CSULB N200 quiz 2 terms

alopecia hairloss apocrine gland sweat gland more active at puberty located in the axilae and genital areas, not as important as eccrine glands which are associated with evaporative cooling cerumen earwax cross contamination transfer of microorganisms from one to another eccrine glands sweat glands important in evaporative cooling and abundant in hands, feet and forehead …

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Nurse Aide Skills

Hand Hygiene Soap and Water 1) Turn on water at sink 2) Keep arms angled down 3) Get hands wet 4) Apply Soap 5) There are 5 different hand movements -rub finger tips in palm of hands -rub hands together, fingers intertwined -rub back of hands the same way -rotational rubbing of thumbs -rotational rubbing …

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Mental Health Nursing Exam #1 SXU

mental health – WHO a state of well-being in which each individual is able to realize his or her own potential, cope with the normal stresses of life, work productively and fruitfully, and make a contribution to the community mental illness (Health Canada, 2002) refers to all mental disorders with definable diagnoses Epp Report – …

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Ethics in Nursing

Ethics a systematic study og the principals of what is right and wrong Nursing _______ is considered one of the most ethical professions Values Enduring beliefs or attitudes about the worth of a person, object, idea, or action Continuum The value system is on a ________ meaning that you have a value to a certain …

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Chapter 15: Anxiety & Obsessive-Compulsive Related Disorders

A nurse wants to teach alternative coping strategies to a patient experiencing severe anxiety. Which action should the nurse perform first? a.Verify the patient’s learning style. b.Lower the patient’s current anxiety. c.Create outcomes and a teaching plan. d.Assess how the patient uses defense mechanisms. B A patient experiencing severe anxiety has a markedly narrowed perceptual …

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NURSING 306 ASHLAND UNIVERSITY, Infection Prevention and Control (15)

1. What is the most effective way to control transmission of infection? 1. Isolation precautions 2. Identifying the infectious agent 3. Hand hygiene practices 4. Vaccinations Hand hygiene practices 2. A patient who has been isolated for Clostridium difficile (C. difficile) asks you to explain what he should know about this organism. What is the …

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N371 Exam #1

Why is Scientific Research Important? *Without it, we are really just guessing about what works well, what to do, what will not harm…* “Bleeding” therapy for ill patients in the 1800’s “Vapors” as cause of cholera in London Diethylstilbestrol (DES) exposure from 1938 – 1971 General Purposes of Nursing Research 1) Understand and ease symptoms …

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HESI Case Studies Respiratory

Mr. Winston Winchell is a 70-year-old Black man. He has a history of emphysema and has been admitted to an inpatient medical unit with an acute respiratory infection. The nurse prepares to complete the client’s admission assessment after Mr. Winchell’s transfer from the emergency department (ED). To ensure the client’s respiratory status is stable upon …

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