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1.Health state of complete physical, mental and social well being, not just absence of disease.
1B. Wellness Health plus being proactive with self care.- -capacity to perform to best of ability -ability to adjust and adapt -reported feeling of well-being -feeling that everything is harmonious
2.Factors that caused change to health care delivery system -population demographics -increase in chronic illness and disease -technology advances -greater emphasis on health care cost and saving money
3.Roles of nurses (3) Practitioner, Leader, Research
4.Nursing care delivery models (2) -Primary (deals with one patient) -Patient focused care (caseload during shift)
5. Expanded nursing roles (abbreviations) NP, CNS, APN, CNM, CRNA
6. 6 links in chain of infection Infections agent Reservoir Portal of exit Mode of transmission Portal of entry Susceptible host
7. Stages of typical infection process -Incubation (asymptomatic) -Prodromal - symptoms go from nonspecific to specific -Illness-Patient manifests signs specific to illness Convalescence - acute symptoms disappear
8. Various barriers involved in primary defense 1.Natural immunity (innate) - Coordinates response - Phagocytes or acquired immune response - Immediate (within 4 hours) - Delayed (4-96 hours) -Inflammatory response -Skin,membranes (physical) -mucus, acid,etc, (chemical) Both use WBC
9. Process involved in secondary defense Acquired/Adaptive from prior exposure -cell mediated (t cells) -humoral (b cells)
Created by: Marshall3