Case Studies, Chapter 11, Assessing
1. You are a nurse admitting a patient to the hospital from the emergency department (ED) with
shortness of breath and recent weight loss. After receiving a report from the ED nurse, you
ready the patients room accordin
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MSN, APN, NP-c
Chemical name: identifies drugs atomic and
Generic name: assigned by the manufacturer
that first develops the drug
Discussion Guide Questions Health Assessment from Jarvis, Physical Examination
and Health Assessment.
Chapter 1- Evidenced Based Practice
1. What is Evidenced based practice?
2. Describe the 4 types of data bases that are collected on clients?
3. Please d
HAND HYGIENE QUIZ/Discussion questions Mary Di Buono
1. The name of infections that patients/clients pick up in the hospital that they do not have
upon admittance are called_ infections.
2. What types of patients are at increased risk of acquiring these i
COMMUNICATION SKILLS QUIZ/DISCUSSION QUESTIONS
1. How does the nurse begin the interview with the client(patient)?
Answer-Begin the interview by introducing yourself, your title and what the purpose of
the interview is.
2. The nurse should always address
HAND HYGIENE NOTES- MARY DI BUONO
Nosocomial infections Are now called Health Care-Associated Infections or Health CareAcquired Infections (HAIs) are infections picked up by patients while they are in the
hospital. They result from the delivery of health
Subjective Data and Physical Examination of the Abdomen
Mary Di Buono
Subjective Data (what the clt. says about his/her health)
*Remember to ask in laymans terms. Dont ask in medical terms because the clt.
will not know what you are asking about.
Subjective Data and Physical Examination of Male Genitalia
Mary Di Buono
Subjective Data: (what the clt. says about his/her health). Remember to ask in
laymans terms and not in medical terms because the clt. will not know what you are
The Seven Cardinal Movements
Labor is a physical and emotional event for the laboring woman. For the infant, however, there
are many positional changes that assist the baby in the passage through the birth canal. Because
of the resistance met by the baby,