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Temporary, may come on suddenly, lasts for a few hours or at most up to 6 months. Acute Pain
What are the effect's of pain? Gives up hope, depression, anxiety, loss of appetite, decrease in activities, and inability to sleep.
What does Chronic Pain do to the body? Slows down body, depression, decrease in heart rate and blood pressure.
Anything the patient says it is, occurring whenever the patient says it does. Pain
Throbbing, tender, shooting, miserable, burning, penetrating, numb, etc. all are all signs of what? Pain
Believing what the patient says will lead to more effective evaluation and treatment of pain. True
Activities of Daily Living (ADL) Term used in health care to describe everyday thing that a resident routinely does; such as hygiene and grooming, dressing, eating, toileting, and transferring.
Cheyne-Stokes Breathing when resident takes several shallow breaths followed by periods of no breathing for 5, 30, or even 60 seconds; does not cause the resident discomfort
Mottling changes in skin color (pale and bluish) of the hands, arms, feet, and legs when death is near
Post Mortem Care care of the body after death
What are the signs of impending death? Pulse becomes rapid / week, Cheyen-Stokes breathing, Sag in jaw, apnea, may stare and not respond, lack of blinking, dark colored urine in small amounts
What are the physical needs of a dying resident? Positioning, cleanliness, now / nose care, nutrition, elimination
True or False. Should you get to know your residents family? True.
True or False. You should allow a resident's family and friends to bring them any kind of food from outside the facility. False
Created by: surrattj14