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Identify at least 4 activities that promote immune function -adequate nutrition -good hygiene -rest and exercise -immunizations
Discuss the factors that place an individual at an increased risk of infection -degree of resistance of individual -age & stress -number of medical procedures -stress -immune disorders -certain medications
Identify standard precautions to prevent transmission of infections through blood and body fluids -hand hygiene and clean gloves -PPE -avoid recapping needles -carefully handle used patient care equipment
Describe additional precautions that must be taken when there is concern about contact disease transmission -PPE -private room -avoid sharing patient-care equipment, -limit moving patient from room
Describe additional precautions that must be taken when there is concern about droplet disease transmission -private room if possible -PPE -keep visitors 3 feet from patient
Describe additional precautions that must be taken when there is concern about airborne disease transmission -PPE -private negative air pressure room -respiratory protective equipment -transport only when necessary
Discuss methods of preventing infection by breaking the chain of infection -aseptic techniques -treating underlying diseases -identifying organisms -disinfection and sterilization -good hand hygiene
Implement measures to prevent nosocomial infections -appropriate aseptic technique -follow standard precautions -transmission-based precautions in providing wound care
Use medical asepsis when providing care to clients -good hand hygiene -carry soiled items away from body -no coughing,sneezing, breathing directly on other -avoid raising dust
Implement sterile technique when providing care to clients -hold sterile objects above waist level -never walk away or turn your back on a sterile field -consider the outer 1 inch of a sterile field to be contaminated
State at least one nursing diagnosis that might be used to describe a problem for the following vital sign: temperature dehydration RT hyperpyrexia
State at least one nursing diagnosis that might be used to describe a problem for each of the four vital signs: pulse pulse- ineffective peripheral tissue profusion RT dehydration and reduced blood volume.
State at least one nursing diagnosis that might be used to describe a problem for the following vital sign: respiration respiration- ineffective breathing pattern, RT smoking 1 pack/day cigarettes
State at least one nursing diagnosis that might be used to describe a problem for the following vital sign: blood pressure blood pressure- ineffective health maintenance RT overabundance of calories.
virulence ability to grow and divide
pathogenicity ability to cause disease
colonization growth in numbers without tissue damage, asymptomatic, normally unaware they are a reservoir
invasiveness ability to enter tissues
Created by: Marshall3