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any need or activity related to genetics, physiology, or anatomy physical needs
any need or activity related to the identification and understanding oneself psychological need
any need or activity related to one's identification or interaction with another individual or group social need
any need or activity related to the identification and understanding of one's place in an organized universe spiritual needs
establishes a means of prioritizing needs effective for basic understanding of individuals and quick recognition of pt concerns Maslow's hierarchy of needs
Patient does not want to accept the truth of what is occurring denial
pt attempts to rationalize illness/disease. rationalization
pt regresses to an earlier stage in life, such as adolescence, and exhibits behaviors unique to that stage such as assuming a fetal position, regression
pt represses thoughts and feelings about illness or disease and does not want to hold any discussions concerning what happening repression
irreversible loss of cardiac and respiratory function. This is the permanent absence of heart beat and respiration. cardiac death
this the irreversible loss of____________function.The lower brain stem continues to provide respiration, bp, ht beat w/o the assistance of a respirator. Higher-brain death
the irreversible loss of all functions of the ____________. This is the law that defines death in most jurisdictions. entire brain-death
Denial; anger; bargaining; depression; acceptance five stages of grief
the physician does nothing to preserve life is called? passive euthanasia
actions that speed the process of dying, such as given morphine active euthansia
DCD stands for-- Donation After Cardiac Death
the most basic needs are biological needs, such as the need for water, oxygen, food and temperature regulation. physiological needs
these needs refer to the perception on the part of the individual that his or her environment is safe. safety needs
these are basic social needs-to be known and cared for as an individual and to care for another. love and belonging needs
this level of need refers to a positive evaluation of oneself and others, a need to be respected and to respect others. esteem needs
this is the need to fulfill what one believes is one's purpose self-actualization
the first 28 days of life outside the uterus neonate
1-18 months infant
18-30 months toddler
30 months to 5 years preschooler
6-12 years school age
13-18 years adolescent
how do newborns lose heat radiation, convection conduction and evaporation
How do we monitor temp in the peds pt rectal
we use what kind of lighting for patients 2 years and younger? overhead radiant heater
an appropriate urine output is _____ml/kg/hr 1-2
intra-arterial measurement is used for what ecg or electorcardiographic
we use what artery in neonates to measure ecg umbilical
we use a _________ percutaneously into the subclavian or internal jugular vein in older children central venous catheter
two common types of shock is _______ and______ septic and hypovolemic
the most common in infants and children are____ septic
for the neonate affected by hypovolemic shock the physiological response is ______ bradycardia
______is the most common cause of hypovolemic shock? dehydration
more______is lost then______(as a rule of thumb) water--electrolytes
septic shock is usually caused by a gram ___ -
septic shock is treated with infusion of __________ colloid solutions
water loss through the skin and lungs caused by overheated radiant heaters and phototherapy insensible water loss
Initial sign of postoperative infection is _____ fever
an excess of bilirubin in the blood kernicterus
Do we give sulfonamides to newborns No causes kernicterus
synthetic form of an antibiotic that is associated with the cause of gray syndrome chloramphenicol
Do we give chloramphenicol to newborns no gray syndrome
causes staining and hypoplasia of the enamel of the developing teeth tetracycline
do we give tetracycline to newborns no- stains teeth
surgery increases the caloric requirements by ______ we will place a gastric feeding tube 20-30%
________intensifies the effects of acidosis hypothermia
Created by: Class on 2013-08-27



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