Nurses working with chronic disease patients consider it important to know

Nurses working with chronic disease patients consider

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3.Nurses working with chronic disease patients consider it important to know about the burden of disease associated with a specific disease because it does which of the following?Select all that apply.A.Takes into account what impact the disease will have on the community as a wholeB.Provides an overview of the disease’s social and economic impactC.Helps determine promotion and prevention efforts targeting most common chronic diseasesD.Does not impact treatment costE.Does not affect risk of injuryANS:A, B, CObjective: 2. Define the burden of noncommunicable diseases using current epidemiological frameworks.pp. 204-206Heading: Noncommunicable Chronic Diseases > Burden of DiseaseIntegrated Processes: Nursing ProcessClient Need: Health Promotion and MaintenanceCognitive Level: Application [Applying]Concept: Promoting Health; EconomicsDifficulty: ModerateFeedback1This is correct. The burden of disease impacts the community as a whole.2This is correct. The burden of disease provides an overview of social and economic impact.3This is correct. The burden of disease helps target promotion and prevention efforts.4This is incorrect. The burden of disease impacts treatment cost.5This is incorrect. The burden of disease affects risk of injury.PTS:1CON:Promoting Health | EconomicsMULTIPLE CHOICE4.Nurses working with chronic disease patients assess them based on which of the following risk factors?
a noncommunicable disease.pp. 206-207Heading: Noncommunicable Diseases in the United StatesIntegrated Processes: Nursing ProcessClient Need: Physiological Integrity: Reduction of Risk PotentialCognitive Level: Application [Applying]Concept: Assessment; Nutrition; AddictionDifficulty: ModerateFeedbackAPoor nutrition is a risk factor for chronic disease.BRisk factors for chronic disease development are poor nutrition, alcohol use, and tobaccouse.CAlcohol and tobacco are risk factors for chronic disease. DThis is incorrect. Height is not a risk factor for chronic disease. PTS:1CON:Assessment | Nutrition | Addiction5.A nurse working with chronic disease patients readily recognizes that the common forms of diabetes include:frameworks.pp. 206-207Heading: Noncommunicable Diseases in the United StatesIntegrated Processes: Nursing ProcessClient Need: Physiological Integrity: Physiological AdaptationCognitive Level: Application [Applying]Concept: MetabolismDifficulty: ModerateFeedbackAType 1 diabetes, which results when the body loses its ability to produce insulin, is a common form of the disease.

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