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health assessment 1

diagnostic reasoning the process of analyzing health data and drawing conclusions to identify diagnoses
4 major components of the hypotheticodeductive process attending to initially available cues formulating diagnostic hypotheses gathering data relative to the tentative hypotheses evaluating each hypothesis with the new data collected, thus arriving at a final diagnosis
the 6 phases of the nursing process assessment diagnosis outcome identification planning implementation evaluation
what are second level priority problems those that require your prompt intervention to forestall further deterioration
examples of second level priority problems mental status change acute pain acute urinary elimination problems untreated medical problems abnormal lab values risks of infection risk/safety/security
what are first level priority problems those that are emergent, life threatening, and immediate
examples of first level priority problems establishing an airway supporting breathing
what are third level priority problems those that are important to the patient's health but can be attended to after more rent health issues are addressed
examples of third level priority problems lack of knowledge mobility problems family coping
holistic health consideration of the whole person; mind, body, spirit
what assessment factors are considered while implementing the holistic method lifestyle behaviors culture/values family and social roles self-care behaviors job-related stress developmental tasks failures and frustrations of life
the services that are included in the Guide to Clinical Preventative Services screening factors age specific physical examination and lab procedures counseling topics immunizations
Created by: hannah.feaster