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RAM physiological mode

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What are the four modes of RAM? 1) Physiological 2) Psychosocial -Self concept -Role function -Interdependence
Physiological mode Physiological, Safety, love/belonging, esteem, self-actualization
What are the 8 components of Physiological mode? 1)Oxygenation 2) Fluid & electrolyte 3) Nutrition 4) Elimination 5) Activity & Rest 6) Protection 7) Neurosensory 8) Endocrine
Oxygenation Mode -basic vital need; need oxygen balance at all times; "ABCs"
Fluid & Electrolytes -Important mode for fluid balance -circulation of fluid volume -electrolyte balance important for homeostasis -Assess GU and GI tract -conditions that may lead to ineffective behaviors: gastric ulcers, too much acidity, obstruction in bowels,tumor
Nutrition Mode -Calorie intake and balance -Essential for tissue repair and basic energy needs -No nutrition leads to major infection, bone decay, skin pressure ulcers
Elimination Mode -Healthy bowel & bladder programs -Regulation of waste -Conditions that may disrupt one's routine? Benign prostate hypertrophy & UTI
Rest & Activity Mode -Assessment of musculoskeletal system (Bones and muscles, Movement, Strength, Stability) -Vitamin D and calcium helps to activate calcium level
Protection Mode -An assessment of the Immune & Integumentary Systems (primary & secondary defence mechanism)
Neuro Sensory Mode -Assessment of neuro status: GCS/LOC, Behaviors, speech, cognitive status, motor status -Pain status -Sensory Perception
Endocrine Mode -Assessment of patient's endocrine function -thyroid, pituitary problems, adrenal glands
Created by: kimtu05