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Situational stress Unpredictable, can occur at any time. Examples: illness or traumatic injury,
marriage or divorce, loss, new job, role change.
Types of Stressors Physiologic
Physiologic Stressors 1. Chemical agents
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scientific method step-by-step process with observable results used by scientists to solve
problems. The nursing process is a tool for identifying patients' problems and
organized method for meeting patients' needs.
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defense mechanism Self-destructive ways if dealing with stress; automatic, subconscious
reactions to emotional injury, such as denial, fantasy, projection,
rationalization, regression, selective forgetting, or withdrawal.
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Careful hand hygiene and sterile tech are always in which nurse meet what
basic need Safety from infection Level 2 of human basic needs
Self actualization is reaching one's full potential, and continues through life level 5
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What is a developmental task of a older adult family adjust to the loss of a spouse.
A healthy community offers access to healthcare services to treat illness and to promote health in
the local community.
Effects of Stress physiologic
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Things that reduce stress exercise,
learning to say no,
avoiding people who are stressful,
being more assertive,
doing something just for you each day.
sources of stress Developmental
Both require adaptive r
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Friedman's theory of family centered nursing care The role of the family is essential in every level of nursing
Parents of adolescent children are mostly likely to focus on which
developmental task Strengthening their marital re
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Evaluation Assessing the patient's response to the nursing interventions. The response
are compared with the expected outcomes to see what might be achieved.
This determines if identified outcomes have been met and the overall
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Nursing diagnosis (step II:NP) The process by which the assessment data are sorted and
analyzed so that specific actual and potential health problems are identified.
The factors contributing to the problems are considered and specific
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stressors Specific events or chronic pressures that place demands on a person or
threaten the person's well-being
stress and basic human needs as a person tries to meet basic human needs at each level, stress can either be