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LVN ASSESSMENT see, auscultate,palpate and smell
LVN admission initial and ongoing assessment data collection only(report, assisst, and collaborate with RN)
mandated by state law and influenced by hospital policies and procedure RN and LVN scope of practice
review of assessment data and update in plan of care is required every? 8 hours
responsible for pre admission up to discharge of PT case manager
cost effective, quality care with improved outcomes, gives costumer satisfaction and promotes health? managed care
federally and state funded healthcare that helps low income individuals or families also the elderly and disabled? medicaid
federal program that pays for those 65 and older medicare
DRG diagnosis related group
HMO health maintenance organization
ppo preferred provider care
mixed health care setting hospice care crisis centers and mutual support or self help groups
inpatient health care setting hospital, long term care retired or assisted living and rehab centers
outpatient health care setting public health physicians office day care centers
3 levels of health care primary secondary and tertiary
ambulatory care setting, health promotion preventative care primary level
hospital, emergency care secondary level
long term care or rehab and hospices tertiary level
provide higher of medical surgical nursing for pts recently discharged from hospital? skilled nursing facility
aka nursing homes 24 hour care for older adults long term care
holistic approach which assissts pt to return to highest possible level of functioning and to live independently at home rehabilitation
reinforce health teaching, collaborate with heath team, be a pt advocate , communicator and facilitator role of a nurse
preventing occurrence of disease health promotion
state of complete physical mental and social well being health
individuals response and reaction to disease process illness
moving back and forth from health to illness health-illness continuum
occurs when adaptation fails completely and is irreversible death
approach that includes physical social emotional psychological cultural and spiritual well being of the individual holistic approach
theory of motivation and heirachy of needs abe maslow
stages of moral development kholberg
phases of cognitive development piaget
8 stages of development erikson
5 stages of development freud
environmental theory florence nightingale
general theory of nursing dorothea orem
system model for nursing betty neuman
nursing adaptation model sister callista
cultural care diversity and universality theory mediline leningers
HOSA HEALTH OCCUPATION STUDENTS OF AMERICA
NLN NATIONAL LEAGUE OF NURSING
NFLPN NATIONAL FEDERATION OF LICENSED PRACTICAL NURSES
NAPNES NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR PRACTICAL NURSE EDUCATION AND SERVICES
LVN WORK SETTINGS HOSPITAL HOMES COMMUNITY AGENCIES HMO AND SKILL NURSING FACILITIES
nursing standards nurse practice acts protect the public require license
to care for individuals, families and communities lvn purpose
the pt or consumer customer or client
first training for practical nurses was at ywca in new york
first official school in new york ballard school
when were men allowed to be nurses after korean war
first hospital and school to educate men in nursing was opened by alexan brothers
who provided care during the crusades knights
this was the first nursing school in india it admitted only men 250 bc
australian nurse devised a treatment for polio sister kenny
midwife nurse founded frontier nursing service opened first midwifery school mary breckinridge
opened first birth control clinic and founded planned parenthood margaret sanger
sought legislature for nurse to control own profession not the physician and passage of 19th amendment lavinia dock
founder of public health nursing founded henry st settlement lillian ward
nurse during civil war established red cross clara barton
first nursing theorist and founder of modern nursing florence nightingale
3 influences on development of nursing religion war societal attitudes
WNL WITHIN NORMAL LIMITS
WBC WHITE BLOOD COUNT
VS VITAL SIGNS
VO VERBAL ORDER
UTI URINARY TRACT INFECTION
UNG OINTMENT
tr TINCTURE
TO TELEPHONE ORDER
tid THREE TIMES A DAY
tab tablet
syr syrup
SUSP SUSPENSION
SUPP SUPPOSITORY
STAT IMMEDIATELY
S/S SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS
ss ONE HALF
SR SUSTAINED RELEASE
SQ SUBCUTANEOUS
S/P STATUS REPORT
SOL SOLUTION
SL SUBLINGUAL
SC SUBCUTANEOUS
S WITHOUT
ROM RANGE OF MOTION
RBC RED BLOOD COUNT
QS QUALITY SUFFICIENT
QOD EVERY OTHER DAY
QID 4 TIMES A DAY
QH EVERY HOUR
QD EVERY DAY
QH EVERY HOUR
Q EVERY
PTT PARTIAL PROTHROMBIN TIME
PT PROTHROMBIN TIME
PRN WHENEVER NECESSARY
PR PER RECTAL
PO ORALLY
PM AFTER NOON
PER BY
PC AFTER MEALS
P AFTER
OU BOTH EYES OCCULOS UTRO
OS LEFT EYE OCULUS SINISTER
OTC OVER THE COUNTER
OINT OINTMENT
OD RIGHT EYE OCCULUS DEXTER
ns normal saline
npo nothing by mouth
NJ NASO JEJUNAL
NG NASO GASTRIC
MI MYOCARDIAL INFRACTION
KVO KEEP VIEN OPEN
IVPB INTRAVENOUS PIGGY BANK
IVP INTRAVENOUS PUSH/PYELOGRAM
IV INTRAVENOUS
IM INTRAMUSCULAR
ICP INTRACRANIAL PRESSURE
ID INTRA DERMAL
HS HOURS OF SLEEP
hgb hemoglobin
hct hematocrit
h HOUR
GT GASTRONOMY
GFR GLOMERULOFILTRATION RATE
ext extract
elix elixir
EEG ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAM
ECG ELECTROCARDIOGRAM
EC ENTERIC COATED
CVP CENTRAL VENOUS PRESSURE
CVA CEREBROVASCULAR ACCIDENT
CSF CEREBRO SPINAL FLUID
CPK CREATININE PHOSPHOKINASE
COPD CHRONIC OBSTRUCTIVE PULMONARY DISEASE
CO CARDIO OUTPUT
CNS CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM
CHF CONGESTIVE HEART FAILURE
CF CYSTIC FIBROSIS
CBC COMPLETE BLOOD COUNT
CAT COMPUTERIZED AXIAL TOMOGRAPHY
CAD CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE
CAP CAPSULE
C WITH
BUN BLOOD URINE NITROGEN
BP BLOOD PRESSURE
BID 2 IN A DAY
AU BOTH EARS AURICULA UTRO
AS LEFT EAR
AQ WATER
AMA AGAINST MEDICAL ADVICE
AM BEFORE NOON
ADA AMERICAN DIABETES ASS.
ad lib as desired
ADH ANTI DIURETIC HORMONE
AD RIGHT EAR
ac BEFORE MEALS
ABT ANTIBIOTIC THERAPY
ABG ARTERIAL BLOOD GAS
A BEFORE OR ANTE
U UNIT
tsp TEASPOON
tbsp tablespoon
qt quart
pt pint
oz ounce
mm millimeters
ml milliliters
milligrams mg
meq milliquivalent
mcg micrograms
m meters
lb pound
L liters
kg kilograms
in inches
gtt drops
gt drop
gr grain
gl glass
gal gallon
g grams
ft foot
fl fluid
dss 2 teaspoons
dr drams
cm centimeters
cc cubic centimeter
c cup
BT bed time
iu international unit
in intranasal
ij injection
hs half strength
tw times a week
ud as directed
1 minim=`x drops 1 drop or 1 gtt
480 grains = x oz 1oz
16 floz=x pt 1 pint
32 floz= x qt 1 quart
1ml=x gtt= 15 gtt
5ml=xtsp 1tsp`
15ml=xtbs 1 table spoon
180ml=xteacup 1 teacup
240ml=xglass 1 glass
u unit
ss one half
os or o mouth
1 gal or 4 qt or 8 pts or 128 oz in ml 3840ml
100 degrees celcius or 212 degrees ferinhiet boiling point
0 segrees celcuis or 32 degrees fahrenheit freezing point
c=f-32/1.8 coversion from c to f
f=cx1.8+32 conversion from f to c
premixed liquid measured in standardized units of potency rather than weight or volume insulin
r review of systems
pmh past medical history
sh social history
epr electronic pt record
ehr electronic health record
fh family history
cc chief complaint
study of word origins etymology
smallest component of the ecf like gi fluid, spinal fluid and bladder urine transcellular
fluid used to refer to the fluid in blood vessels,plasma intravascular fluid
found in tissue spaces bathes cell interstital fluid
fluid found outside mostly plasma extracellular
most abundant fluid in body found in cell intracellular
moves by passive transport aids in homeostasis water
releases substances through ducts reaching epithelial tissue or skin exocrine
keeps body in homeostasis by regulating body function endocrine
secrete hormones into blood endocrine
secreted hormones regulates growth produces energy endocrine
conducts and transmits signals to regulate body function consists of neurons nerve
moves bodies framework muscle
involuntary non striated forms a layer around organs smooth muscle
involuntary muscle that pumps blood cardiac muscle
provides movement striated and voluntary skeletal muscle
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