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Fundy Test 2

LP 5,7,9,10

TermDefinition
Neuropathic Pain Pain that results as a direct consequence of a lesion or disease affecting abnormal functioning of the PNS and CNS
Visceral Pain Pain originating in the internal organs in the thorax, cranium or abdomen
Chronic Pain Episode of pain that last for 6 months or longer; may be intermittent or continuous
Cutaneous Pain Superficial pain usually involving the skin or subcutaneous tissue
Dehiscene Separation of the layers of a surgical wound; may be partial, superficial, or a complete disruption of the surgical wound
PIE Charting Problem-Intervention-Evaluation Documentation system that does not develop a separate care plan; the care plan is incorporated into the progress notes in which problems are identified by number, worked up using the PIE format and evaluated each shift
Narrative Charting Descriptive record of the patient's condition; includes patient's response to interventions by health professionals and patient's progress toward goal achievement
Focus Charting A doc system that replaces the problem list with a focus column that incorporates many aspects of a patient and care; the focus may be a patient strength or a problem or need; the narrative portion of the focus charting uses the DAR data, action, response
SOAP Charting Method of charting narrative progressive notes: organizes data according to subjective information, objective information, assessment and plan
Thrombus Blood clot
Renin Kidneys
Gate Control Theory Theory that explains that excitatory pain stimuli carried by small-diameter nerve fibers can be blocked by inhibiting signals carried by large-diameter nerve fibers
I-SBAR-R Introduce, Situation, Backgrounds, Assessment, Recommendation, Respond
Created by: mdaniels7