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Study Guide Test 1 Chapter 4
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Vocab Define community is a specific population or group of people living in the same geographic area under similar regulations Having common values, interests and needs
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What are the levels of Maslow Hierarchy of needs 1. Physiologic needs 2. Safety and security needs 3. Love and belonging needs 4. Self-esteem needs 5. Self-actualization needs
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What is the First Level Of Maslow Hierarchy of needs Level 1: Physiologic needs …. Oxygen Water Food Elimination Temperature SEXUALITY Physical activity rest
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How does a Nurse assess a patient oxygen needs Skin color Vital signs Anxiety levels Response to activity Restlessness Mental responsive.
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What is the nursing intervention for acute oxygen needs Cardiopulmonary resuscitation Example: clearing a patients airway What is the nursing intervention for chronic oxygen needs Special positioning, treatments, teachings.
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