310 Exam II Study Guide
A. Bowel- Process by intestinal smooth muscle contraction
4. Formed or liquid
B. Urinary- process by urinary sphincter and urethra
2. Clarity (clear or cloudy)
1. Define and describe the concept.
Communication is a process of interaction between people which
symbols are used to create, exchange, and interpret messages
about ideas, emotions, and mind states
2. Describe the scope and categories of communication.
HEALTH CARE LAW
Goals for This Concept Presentation
1. Define and describe the concept.
2. Discuss the application of health care law to
nursing and health care.
Define and Describe the Concept
of Health Care Law
Definition of the Concept
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Concepts of Professional Nursing
Parenteral Medication Administration Equipment Worksheet
Case Study # 1: Ms. M.S. (Long-term Care)
42 year old female with advanced Multiple Sclerosis admitted to long-term care from home 3
Height 53, Weight 98 lbs.
Contractures of both upper extremities. Right leg contracted.
310 Module 2 Functional Ability and Safety
Define the concept of functional ability.
Functional ability is defined as the physical, psychological,
cognitive, and social ability to carry on the normal activities of
Discuss the aspects o
What is ethical comportment and how
does it relate to professionalism?
Ethical comportment goes beyond legality
but figures prominently in making quality
(Benner et al., 2009). Benner et al. (2009)
define it as the wa
MOBILITY: ACTIVITY &
Mobility is a state or quality of being mobile or movable.
Underlying skeletal stability
310 Exam Study Guide
Functional Ability the physical, psychological, cognitive, and social abilities to carry
out normal activities.
i. Influenced by developmental stage, physical health, psychosocial health,
cognitive ability, social and cultural fact
Historical and Contemporary Nursing
1. Discuss historical factors and nursing leaders influencing the development of
Womens role- traditional female roles of wife, mother, daughter and sister.
Religion- love thy neighbor as th
Group Project on Florence Nightingale
Florence Nightingale was born on May 12, 1820, in Florence, Italy.
She was born into an elite family with one older sister.
While her mother was focused on social standing, Nightingale never seemed to fit in there. Sh
Wrongful Life Assignment
1. As a doctor, in this case Emanuels doctor, I feel it should be a well-educated decision on
whether or not Emanuel is provided with lifesaving health care or not. This would be a
conversation to discuss all pros and cons with th
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Common Hazards Why?
Leading Cause of De
Concepts and Skills Associated with
These slides are provided to assist you in gaining knowledge related
to medication administration. This information will be applied in
NUR 310 and NUR 311L. Not all slides will be reviewed in N
Define the Concept of nutrition-the science of optimal cellular
metabolism and is impact on health and disease
Discuss the concept of nutrition.
Recognize risk factors that place individuals at risk for nutrition
Module 1 Infection Control and Asepsis-310
Discuss the concepts of medical asepsis and infection.
-An infection is the growth of microorganisms (infectious agent)
in body tissue where they are not usually found. Medical asepsis
includes all practices in
Case Study # 2: Mr. S.J. (Acute Care)
89 year old male admitted for dehydration.
Height 56, Weight 119 lbs.
Recent stroke. Expressive aphasia. Right arm and leg paralysis. Right leg contracted.
No pain or pressure sensation in right arm or