Objective Data are obtained through observation and are verifiable
Subjective Data are information that the patient shares about his or her health situation. They
are gathered through the patient's report and are verifiable only by the patient
Canon Greek and Latin for "rule" or "standard." A canon is a statute promulgated to assist in
practicing the Faith or governing the Church fairly and consistently. It also refers to the Church's
complete list of inspired books of the Bible.
Deposit of Fai
1. In an interview, the nurse may find it necessary to take notes to aid his or her memory later.
Which statement is true regarding note-taking?
A) Note-taking may impede the nurse's observation of the patient's nonverbal behaviors.
B) Note-taking allows
Alcohol dependence diagnosis given to someone who has a physiological tolerance to alcohol,
spends a lot of time intoxicated or inw ithdrawal, or continues to drink despite significant legal,
social, medical, or occupational problems that result from alco
1. Describe the most important points about the health history for the respiratory system. Prior
history of respiratory problems and *what brought patient in today.
2. Describe the pleura and its function. Thin, slippery serous membranes that form envelop