October 19th 2016
1. PRENATAL PERIOD
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A. Heading 2
Duration: 9 Solar months or 10 Lunar months or 40 weeks. Delivery date uses
Nageles rule = + 7days to the
Edelman Chapter 22 Definitions
1. Achievement-oriented stress
a. The stress of an overachiever, deriving from internal pressures to succeed as measured
by self-defined goals.
2. Aerobic exercise
a. Activity that uses large muscle groups over an extended t
Edelman Chapter 16 Definitions
1. Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS)
a. A syndrome involving a defect in cell-mediating immunity that has a long incubation
period followed by a protracted and debilitating course, and has a poor prognosis.
Edelman Chapter 15 Definitions
a. Proceeding or occurring in the long axis of the body especially in the direction from head
2. Denver Developmental Screening Test
a. A standardized tool that screens for developmental problems in
Edelman Chapter 24 Definitions
1. Activities of daily living
a. Important everyday activities such as bathing, showering, dressing, eating, getting in and
out of the bed or chair, or using the toilet.
2. Alzheimer's disease (AD)
a. A type of dementia or p
Edelman Chapter 20 Definitions
a. Blurred vision caused by a poorly focused image on the retina.
2. Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
a. A behavior disorder characterized by developmentally inappropriate degrees of
Edelman Chapter 19 Definitions
1. Acquired lactase deficiency
a. Intolerance to milk products, manifested by diarrhea
2. Acute lymphocytic leukemia
a. The most common cancer in children from infancy to 5 years of age
a. The loss of vision or
Edelman Chapter 7 Definitions
1. Cultural competence
a. The ability to give care to an individual that demonstrates awareness of and sensitivity
to the underlying personal and cultural reality of the individual by identifying and using
cultural norms, val
Edelman Chapter 6 Definitions
1. Age-developmental focus
a. Individual fulfillment of developmental tasks
2. Culturally competent care
a. Care delivered with knowledge of and sensitivity to cultural factors influencing health
behavior. Culturally competen
Edelman Chapter 21 Definitions
a. The result of sebaceous follicles becoming clogged with sebum and debris, forming
comedones (blackheads or whiteheads).
a. The period characterized by the psychological, emotional, social, and spiri
Edelman Chapter 20 Questions
1. The nurse assessing conventional level moral development in 12-year-old children would expect
to see which behaviors?
The child looks to others for approval.
The child views behavior as completely right or wrong.
Edelman Chapter 21 Questions (Answers and Rationales)
The nurse provides educational information to the female adolescent on decreasing the incidence of
acne, which includes:
"Decrease chocolate intake in your diet."
"Expose your face to sunlight at least
Edelman Chapter 21 Questions
1. The nurse provides educational information to the female adolescent on decreasing the
incidence of acne, which includes:
"Decrease chocolate intake in your diet."
"Expose your face to sunlight at least 2 hou
Edelman Chapter 22 Questions
1. Emphasis on disease prevention for the young adult, after age 25, is on modifying risk factors
coronary artery disease.
cirrhosis of the liver.
2. A target go
Edelman Chapter 22 Questions (Answers and Rationales)
Emphasis on disease prevention for the young adult, after age 25, is on modifying risk factors related to:
coronary artery disease. Correct
cirrhosis of the liver.
Edelman Chapter 11 Definitions
1. Body mass index (BMI)
a. A helpful indicator of obesity and being underweight based on an adult's height and
a. Includes fiber, juice, oil, pulp, tissue, or other components derived from plants and u
Edelman Chapter 8 Definitions
a. One who pleads the cause of another.
a. Outside air in a town, city, or other defined region.
a. A group of people, often living in a defined geographical area, who share a common
Edelman Chapter 25 Definitions
1. Anthrax (Bacillus anthracis)
a. A category agent that poses a high risk to national security.
a. The intentional use of a pathogen or biological product to cause harm to a human,
animal, plant, or other li
Edelman Chapter 13 Definitions
1. Active listening
a. Conscious, empathic, nonjudgmental awareness
a. A therapy that manipulates life energy by stimulating precisely mapped points on the
skin surface. An ancient Chinese technique used to re
Edelman Chapter 4 Definitions
1. Communication process
a. A process by which information is exchanged between individuals through a common
system of symbols, signs, or behaviors.
a. A health care professional reacting to another per
Edelman Chapter 1 Definitions
1. Adaptive model of health
a. A person's measure of health is his or her ability to adjust positively to social, mental,
and physiological change. Illness occurs when the person fails to adapt or becomes
maladaptive to these
Edelman Chapter 17 Definitions
1. Active immunizations
a. A substance is introduced into the body that stimulates the production of antibodies to a
2. Birth defect
a. Abnormalities of structure, function, or metabolism. It may result fro
Edelman Chapter 9 Definitions
1. Affordable Care Act (ACA)
a. The comprehensive health care reform law enacted in March 2010. The law was enacted
in two parts: The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act was signed into law on
March 23, 2010 and was am
Edelman Chapter 23 Definitions
1. Advance directive
a. A legal document prepared when an individual is alive, competent, and able to make
decisions to provide guidelines for health care providers in the future when the
individual is not able to make decis
Edelman Chapter 5 Definitions
a. Aggressive action taken on behalf of an individual, or perhaps a group viewed as an
individual entity, to protect or secure that individual's rights.
2. Applied ethics
a. Philosophical examination, from a moral
Edelman Chapter 2 Definitions
a. The energy that flows through the body, nourishing organs and promoting optimal
Complementary and alternative medicine (CAM)
a. Therapies used in addition to conventi
Edelman Chapter 12 Definitions
1. Aerobic exercise
a. Activity that uses large muscle groups over an extended time to improve the efficiency
of the oxidative energy-producing system and cardiorespiratory endurance; and uses
stored adipose tissue as the ma
Edelman Chapter 10 Definitions
1. Behavior change
a. Altering of lifestyle, choices, and habits
a. A person's belief that he or she can make a difference in his or her health and are
involved in decision making.
3. Health behaviors
a. Any a
Edelman Chapter 14 Definitions
a. Involves stimulation of the acupuncture points by pressing, knuckling, rubbing,
squeezing, and stretching.
a. A therapy that manipulates life energy by stimulating precisely mapped points on
Edelman Chapter 3 Definitions
1. Accountable care organizations (ACOs)
a. A health care organization characterized by a payment and care delivery model that
seeks to tie provider reimbursements to quality metrics and reductions in the total cost
of care f