Communication and Documentation
Chapters 24 and 26
Match the following levels of communication.
3. _ Transpersonal
4. _ Small group
a. Interaction with an audience.
b. Interaction that occurs within a
Chapter 46, pp. 1101-1148
List factors that could influence urination and why.
Explain the following alterations in urinary elimination.
a. Urinary diversion:
b. Urinary retention:
c. Urinary tract infection (UTI):
HOW I TYPICALLY ACT TOWARDS OTHERS
Please read each statement carefully before answering. To the left of each item, indicate
how often you behave in the stated manner, using the following scale:
Chapter 46, pp. 1087-1126
Explain normal age related changes that occur in the gastrointestinal tract.
Explain how fiber affects the diet, and give som
Chapter 27, pp. 373-406
Identify risks at each developmental stage.
Infant, Toddler, & Preschooler:
Identify the individual risk factors that can pose a threat to safety.
Comfort, Sleep and Rest
Chapter 43, pp. 992-1013
Chapter 44, pp . 1014-1051
Explain the difference between the following.
a. Acute pain:
b. Chronic pain:
Identify the physiological factors that influence pain.
Identify social factors that can
Infection Prevention and Control
Chapter 28, pp. 398-440
Match the following terms that are related to the infectious process.
1. _ Pathogen
2. _ Colonization
3. _Infectious Disease
4. _ Communicable Disease
5. _ pH
6. _ Portal of exit
7. _ Major route of
Mobility and Immobility
Chapter 28, pp. 407-421
Define the following terms.
Identify the complications of immobility in relation to the metabolic functioning of
Explain the following respiratory changes that occur wit
Chapter 14, pp. 173-193
Older adults are persons age _ and over.
Identify three myths or stereotypes regarding older adults.
List the seven developmental tasks of older adults.
Nurses need to take into account fi
Chapter 32, pp. 609-643
Define the following predicted or unintended effects of medications.
Functions of Water in the Body
Transporting nutrients to cells and
wastes from cells
Transporting hormones, enzymes, blood
platelets, and red and white blood cells
Must respect individual patient preferences- only provide care patient can not or should not
provide for self
Includes skin, hair, nails, mouth, teeth and perineal areas
Made of skin, subcutaneous layer of skin, and a
Prof. Garzone-Johnson & Dr. Martin- Spring 2015
Categories of Pain
Location or source
Mode of transmission
0-10 Numeric scale, OPQRST, OLD CART
Sources of Pain
Cutaneous- superficial pain: involves skin SQ tissue
Essentials of Maternity,
Newborn, and Womens Health
Nursing, Second Edition
Labor and Birth Process
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