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AH- CH 38

Adult Health I

QuestionAnswer
safety starts with the __ environment
includes all of the many physical and psychosocial factors that influence or affect the life and survival of that client environment
what are the basic needs for safety? oxygen, nutrition, and temperature
is a colorless, odorless, poisonous gas produced by the combustion of carbon or organic fuels carbon monoxide
what are the main physical hazards? lightening, obstacles, BR, secrurity
___ most serious health consequneces from falls fractures
third leading cause of death fires and burns
is hyperexcitation and idsorderly discharge of neurons in teh brain leading to a sudden, violent, involuntary series of muscle contractions that is paroxysmal and episodic seizure
a bright light, smell, taste aura
data about the client's level of wellness to determine if any underlying conditions exist that pose threats to safety nursing history
is a human, mechanical, and/or physical device that is used with or without the client's permission to restrict his or her freedom of movement or normal access to a person's body and is not a usual part of tx restraint
restraint device on the leg ambularm
bed exit alarm system bed check
category for fire extinguisher for use on wood, cloth, paper, plastic, etc type A
category for fire extinguisher for flammable liquids type B
category for fire extinguisher for electrical equpiment type C
what is the best intervention with dealing with fires? to prevent them
Created by: TayBay15