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Fundamentals Exam 1

NU301 - Potter and Perry

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SISTERS OF CHARITY NURSING RESEARCH
MARY MAHONEY FIRST BLACK NURSE; CULTURAL AWARENESS
MARY ADELAIDE NUTTING NURSING EDUCATION BROUGHT TO UNIVERSITIES
ISABELL HAMPTON ROBB ESTABLISHED PREDECESSOR TO THE ANA
DOROTHEA DIX SUPERINTENDENT OF FEMALE NURSES FOR THE UNION ARMY
FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE PHILOSOPHY BASED ON HEALTH MAINTENANCE; FIRST EPIDEMIOLOGIST
CLARA BARTON FOUND THE AMERICAN RED CROSS
CAREGIVER HELPS CLIENTS REGAIN HEALTH AND MAXIMAL INDEPENDENT FUNCTION THROUGH HEALING PROCESS; MEETS ALL HEALTH CARE NEEDS
DECISION MAKER INDEPENDENT NURSING INTERVENTIONS; COLLABORATION WITH COLLEAGUES
ADVOCATE PROTECTS CLIENT'S HUMAN AND LEGAL RIGHTS
CASE MANAGER ESTABLISH ENVIRONMENT FOR COLLABORATIVE CARE; COORDINATES; ESTABLISHES GOALS; QUALITY IMPROVEMENT
REHABILITATOR SETS GOALS FOR IMPROVED QUALITY OF LIFE
EDUCATOR EXPLAIN, DEMONSTRATE, AND EVALUATE PROCEDURES AND CONCEPT
COMMUNICATOR INTERACTION WITH CLIENT AND FAMILY, OTHER HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS, RESOURCE PERSONS, AND THE COMMUNITY; COMFORT AND EMOTIONAL SUPPOT
LONGER LIFESPANS, URBANIZATION, CHRONIC CONDITIONS DEMOGRAPHIC CHANGES
RISING UNEMPLOYMENT, LOW PAYING JOBS, MENTAL ILLNESS, HOMELESSNESS MEDICALLY UNDERSERVED
CODE OF ETHICS PHILOSOPHICAL IDEAS OF RIGHT AND WRONG THAT DEFINE PRINCIPLES USED TO PROVIDE CARE
ANA STANDARDS OF PROFESSIONAL PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE GUIDELINES FOR NURSES TO BE ACCOUNTABLE FOR THEIR ACTIONS, THEIR CLIENTS, AND THEIR PEERS; WHAT IS NECESSARY TO PROVIDE NURSING CARE; MEASURES TO DETERMINE WHETHER CARE MEETS STANDARDS
ANA STANDARDS OF CARE OUTLINE THE SCOPE, FUNCTION, AND ROLE OF THE NURSE IN PRACTICE
VITAL SIGNS INDICATIONS OF HEALTH STATUS
CONDUCTION TRANSFER OF HEAT FROM ONE OBJECT TO ANOTHER WITH DIRECT CONTACT
CONVECTION TRANSFER OF HEAT AWAY BY AIR MOVEMENT
RADIATION TRANSFER OF HEAT ROM THE SURFACE OF ONE OBJECT TO ANOTHER WITHOUT DIRECT CONTACT
EVAPORATION TRANSFER OF HEAT ENERGY WHEN A LIQUID IS CHANGED TO A GAS
PYREXIA HEAT LOSS MECHANISM ARE UNABLE TO KEEP PACE WITH EXCESS HEAT PRODUCTION RESULTING IN RISE IN TEMPERATURE
HYPOTHERMIA HEAT LOSS DURING PROLONGED EXPOSURE TO COLD
TACHYARDIA ABNORMALLY ELEVATED HEART RATE
BRADYCAREDIA SLOW HEART RATE
DYSRHYTHMIA ABNORMAL RHYTHM
STRONG, WEAK, THREADY AND BOUNDING DESCRIBE ______ STRENGTH
BRADYPNEA RATE IS IRREGULAR, ABNORMALLY SLOW BREATHING
TACHYPNEA REGULAR RATE, ABNORMALLY RAPID BREATHING
HYPERPNEA LABORED RESPIRATIONS, INCREASED DEPTH, INCREASED RATE
APNEA CEASE OF RESPIRATIONS FOR SEVERAL SECONDS
HYPERVENTILATION RATE AND DEPTH OF RESPIRATIONS INCREASE
HYPOVENTILATION RATE AND DEPTH OF RESPIRATIONS DECREASE
CHEYNE-STOKES RATE AND DEPTH ARE IRREGULAR; PERIODS OF APNEA
KUSSMAUL'S ABNORMALLY DEEP, INCREASED IN RATE
BIOT'S ABNORMALLY SHALLOW FOR 2-3 BREATHS FOLLOWED BY IRREGULAR PERIOD OF APNEA
HYPERTENSION LOSS OF ELASTICITY AND THICKENING OF ARTERIAL WALLS
HYPOTENSION DILATION OF ARTERIES
PULSE AND RESPIRATIONS ______ WITH AGE DECREASE
AUTONOMY COMMITMENT TO INCLUDE CLIENTS IN DECISIONS ABOUT ALL ASPECTS OF CARE
JUSTICE FAIRNESS IN ALL ASPECTS OF CARE
FIDELITY THE AGREEMENT TO KEEP PROMISES
BENEFICENCE TAKING POSITIVE ACTIONS TO HELP OTHERS
NONMALEFICENCE THE AVOIDANCE OF HARM OR HURT
ALTRUISM UNSELFISH CONCERN FOR THE WELFARE OF OTHERS
HUMAN DIGNITY THE IDEA ALL HUMANS SHOULD BE TREATED WITH RESPECT OF DIGNITY, WORTH, AND UNIQUENESS OF THE INDIVIDUAL
INFORMED CONSENT PERSON'S AGREEMENT TO ALLOW SOMETHING TO HAPPEN BASED ON A FULL DISCLOSURE OF RISKS, BENEFITS, ALTERNATIVES, AND CONSEQUENCES OF REFUSAL
ADVANCED DIRECTIVES LIVING WILL THAT ALLOWS DOCUMENTATION OF WISHES CONCERNING MEDICAL TREATMENTS AT THE END OF LIFE
CIVIL LAW PROTECT THE RIGHTS OF THE INDIVIDUAL PERSONS WITHIN OUR SOCIETY AND ENCOURAGE FAIR AND EQUITABLE TREATMENT AMONG PEOPLE
ASSAULT INTENTIONAL THREAT TO BRING ABOUT HARMFUL OR OFFENSIVE CONTACT
BATTERY INTENTIONAL TOUCHING WITHOUT CONSENT
INVASION OF PRIVACY UNWANTED INTRUSION INTO ONE'S PRIVATE AFFAIRS
NEGLIGENCE CONDUCT THAT FALLS BELOW A STANDARD OF CARE
MALPRACTICE NURSE DID NOT CARRY OUT OWED DUTY AND CLIENT WAS INJURED BY FAILURE TO CARRY OUT GIVEN DUTY
NLN NATIONAL LEAGUE OF NURSING
ANA AMERICAN NURSING ASSOCIATION
INTIMATE ZONE 0-18 INCHES
PERSONAL ZONE 18 INCHES TO 4 FEET
SOCIAL ZONE 4-12 FEET
PUBLIC ZONE 12 FEET OR GREATER
SOCIAL ZONE OF TOUCH HANDS, ARMS, SHOULDERS, BACK
CONSENT ZONE OF TOUCH WRIST, FEET, MOUTH
VULNERABLE ZONE OF TOUCH FACE, NECK, FRONT OF BODY
PREINTERACTION PHASE REVIEW CHART
ORIENTATION PHASE INTRODUCTION
WORKING PHASE INTERVIEW
ACTIVE LISTENING SOLER: SIT, OPEN, LEAN, EYE CONTACT, RELAX
NORMAL RANGE OF TEMPERATURE 96.8-100.4 (36-38)
NORMAL RANGE OF PULSE 60-100
NORMAL RANGE OF RESPIRATIONS 12-20
NORMAL RANGE OF OXYGEN SATURATION 92-100
COMPLETE RESTING TEMPERATURE BASAL METABOLIC RATE (BMR)
MALIGNANT HYPERTHERMIA GENETIC CONDITION THAT RAISES TEMPERATURE UNDER ANESTHESIA
PULSE DEFICIT DIFFERENCE BETWEEN APICAL AND RADIAL PULSE
ORTHOPNEA DIFFICULTY BREATHING WHILE LYING FLAT
SYSTOLIC PRESSURE MEASURED DURING VENTRICULAR CONTRACTIONS
DIASTOLIC PRESSURE MEASURED WHEN VENTRICLES ARE RESTING
PULSE PRESSURE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN SYSTOLIC AND DIASTOLIC PRESSURE
CARDIAC OUTPUT VOLUME OF BLOOD PUMPED BY THE HEART IN ONE MINUTE
VISCOSITY OF BLOOD IS DETERMINED BY _____ HEMATOCRIT
NURSE PRACTICE ACT STATE; OUTLINES NURSING STANDARDS
TORT A CIVIL WRONG
SLANDER VERBAL DEFAMATION OF CHARACTER
LIBEL WRITTEN DEFAMATION OF CHARACTER
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