Unit 3 Study guide - Exam III Unit VI Mobility 10 Unit VI...

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Exam III # of Questions Unit VI Mobility 10 Unit VI Sensory Perception 10 Unit VI Integument 10 Unit VI Hearing/Vision 10 Unit VII Oxygenation 10 CS IM/SQ Med 5 Dosage Calculations 5 60 total Unit Learning Outcomes: Upon completion of this unit, the student should be able to: Mobility: 1. Describe the role of the skeletal, muscular, and nervous systems in physiology of movement. I.A.1 2. Identify variables that influence body alignment and mobility I.A.2, I.A3 3. Describe the types and effects of exercise and immobility on major body systems. I.A.3 4. Apply the nursing process for a patient with immobility. I.B.1 5. Discuss the diagnostic tests used to evaluate musculoskeletal function and the nurse’s role in providing patient safety. I.A.1, I.A.2, I.C.2 6. Describe musculoskeletal disorders and utilize the nursing process to care for patients with musculoskeletal disorders. I.A.1, I.B.1 7. Describe cane walking and the nursing considerations with gait. I.B.1 Sensory Perception: 1. Relate special safety considerations to middle and older adults. I.A.1, I.D.1 2. Utilize the nursing process as a framework for care of a patient with alteration in safety. I.B.1 3. Discuss common causes and effects of sensory alterations. I.A.1, I.A.2 4. Select a plan of care following the nursing process for a patient with sensory alterations. I.B1 Hearing: 1. Identify health education components directed toward preventive ear care. I.A.3
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2. Identify pharmacological and nursing considerations in the administration of medication commonly used for ear disorders. I.A.1, I.A.2 3. Apply the nursing process to an adult patient with problems of the external, middle, and inner ear, with alterations in hearing, and undergoing various tympanoplasty procedures. I.B.1 Vision: 1. Identify diagnostic tests used for assessment of vision. I.A.2 2. Identify pharmacological and nursing considerations in the administration of ophthalmic medication. I.A.1, I.A.2 3. Apply the nursing process to an adult patient with an alteration(s) in vision, with glaucoma, with sustained trauma to the eye, and undergoing eye surgery. I.B.1 4. Describe the nursing responsibilities related to sensory deprivation that results from loss of vision. I.A.1, I.A.2 5. Identify ways to communicate effectively with patients who have a visual impairment. I.A.2, I.C.1 6. Identify health education components directed toward preventive eye care. I.A.3 Mobility: Describe the role of the skeletal, muscular, and nervous systems in physiology of movement. I.A.1 Identify variables that influence body alignment and mobility I.A.2, I.A3 Describe the types and effects of exercise and immobility on major body systems. I.A.3 Apply the nursing process for a patient with immobility. I.B.1 Discuss the diagnostic tests used to evaluate musculoskeletal function and the nurse’s role in providing patient safety. I.A.1, I.A.2, I.C.2 Describe musculoskeletal disorders and utilize the nursing process to care for patients with musculoskeletal disorders. I.A.1, I.B.1 Describe cane walking and the nursing considerations with gait. I.B.1 Mobility/Immobility Dizziness upon standing
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