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Rehab centers, skilled nursing facilities and home health care are all examples of what level of health care? a) Primary b) Secondary c) Tertiary d) Restorative d) Restorative
A hospital conducts a community blood pressure screening in its loby. This is an example of what level of care? a) Primary b) Secondary c) Tertiary d) Restorative a) primary
Promoting health and preventing disease fall under what level of prevention? a) Primary b) Secondary c) Tertiary a) primary
Early indentification of individuals or communities experiencing illness, providing treatment, and conducting activities that are greared to prevent a worsening health state falls under which level of prevention? a) Primary b) Secondary b) secondary
Aims to prevent the long-term consequences of a chronic illness or disability and to support optimal functioning fall under which level of prevention? Tertiary
Around what age should colorectal screening for males and females begin? a) birth b) 5 years old c) 20 years old d) 40 years old e) 50 years old e) 50 years old- It should now occur every 1-10 years depending on your PCP
When should females begin getting pap tests? a) 15 b) 16 c) 17 d) 18 f) when sexually active g) when puberty begins h) when menstration begins f) when sexually active
When should you begin getting routine testicular or breast examinations? a) 15 b) 16 c) 17 d) 20 f) when sexually active g) when puberty begins d) 20 years old- at every routine health visit
Which intervention is specific to working with communities? a) use clarification to gain a deeper understanding of the health problem b) reflect and restate health concerns c) accurately analyze and summarize assessment data from numerous sources c) accurately analyze and summarize assessment data from numerous sources
What group has developed a standardized terminology or taxonomy for identifying client problems? a) NANDA b) ANA c) Board of Nursing d) ICN A) NANDA
Signs and symptoms can other wise be termed: a) complaints b) risk factors c) objective/subjective d) none of the above c) objective/subjective data
What are the 3 parts to a nursing diagnosis? Problem, Etiology, Defining Characteristics
By the 2nd postoperative day, Ed has not achieved satisfactory pain relief. Based on this evaluation, what should the nurse do next based on the nursing process? The nurse should reassess the client to determine the reason satisfactory pain relief has not been achieved.
When a nurse evaluates the care he has given a client, the client's responses to care are compared with the: a) assessment data b) nursing diagnosis c) client outcomes d) medical diagnosis c) client outcomes
The cues and inferences that the nurse uses to choose a nursing diagnosis label are considered the: a) probable causes b) defining characteristics c) nursing interventions d) goals b) defining characteristics
In evaluation, the nurse must gather info about the clent to a)judge whether or not the clent outcomes have been med b)organize resources to proceed with implementing interventions c) establish client-centered outcomes that are measurable a) judge whether or not the client outcomes have been met
An active, organized, cognitive process used to scrutinize one's thinking and the thinking of others by the application of knowledge and experience, problems solving, and decision making resulting in a nursing judgement is termed...? Critical thinking!
True or False: Nurses are encouraged to form judgments that lead to quick, single-focused solutions. False! Critical thinking discourages the nurse from forming judgments that lead to quick, single-focused solutions.
One attitude of critical thinkers is perseverance, what does this mean? a) feels sure of abilities b) is objective c) continues to work at a problems until it is resolved d) practices truthfully and ethically c) continues to work at a problem until it is resolved
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