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open ended questions allow the pt to express feelings
anticipatory loss maybe demonstrated by loved ones before the pt dies
spiritual distress may be expressed by pt when they can't pray or practice religious activities
culteral self-awareness is developed first by examining one's own beliefs
acculturation (cultural assimilation) when a minority group loses the cultural charactristics that once made them differrent
Health belief model pt must be motivated to learn, value the change in health behaviors
learning is best achieved when_______________ pt is believes there is a need to make changes in health behaviors
Health belief model pt must be motivated to learn, value the change in health behaviors
diagnostic related groups (DRG's) a federally predetermined reiimbursment limit for related groups of medical diagnosis
learning is best achieved when_______________ pt is believes there is a need to make changes in health behaviors
diagnostic related groups (DRG's) a federally predetermined reiimbursment limit for related groups of medical diagnosis
most common cause of suspension of an RN's liscense drug or alcohol abuse
deontologic theory of ethics an action is right or wrong independent of its consequences
ANA code of ethics determines professionjal standard of conduct
"value-neutral" care when healthacare professionals respect and accept the individuality of pt. The nurse does not assume personal values are more correct than pt's
slander oral defamation of character
legal accreditation of nursing schools is granted by state boards of nursing
Patient advocate protecting and supporting a patient's right to choose and refuse care
health illness continum model reflects a pt's health in all dimensions
displacement trasferring an emotions reaction from one object or person to another object or person
denial when a person refuses to acknowledge the presence of a condition that is disturbing
General Adaption syndrome biochemical model of stress and the body's reaction
wholly compensatiory (Orem) control in interaction lies with the nurse
empathy acknowledgement of another's feelings
protein 4 KCAL/G
carbohydrates 4 KCAL/G
Lipids/fats 9 KCAL/G
vitamin K found in green, leafy vegetables
complementry protein 2 incomplete proteins, black beans & rice are an example
water soluable vitamins must be ingested daily. these vitamins are not stored
soruce of potassium bananas
vitamin C enhances wound healing
BMI determines ideal weight for height. provides estimatin of relative risks for diseases. 19-24 considered the range of health BMI
fat soluable vitamins vitamins A,D,E,K. these vitamins are stored in adipose tissue and not needed to be consumed daily.
waist circumference reliable indicator of risk for type 2 diabetes. Risk increase iwth waist measurement of over 40 inches for men and 35 inches for women
purpose of a health history provides a subjective data base about the patient
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