Exam 2 Nursing

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Section 1

Question Answer
In the fetus stage, what should you teach to promote safety?Educating the mother on care of herself, eliminating alcohol and smoking
In the Neonate stage, what should you teach to promote safety?Infections, falls, SIDS
In the infant stage, what should you teach to promote safety?Falls, toy related injuries, burns, suffocation/drowning, inhalation/ingestion
In the toddler stage, what should you teach to promote safety?Falls, cuts, burns, suffocation/drowning, inhalation/ingestion, poison
In the preschooler stage, what should you teach to promote safety?falls, cuts, burns, drowning, inhalation/ingestion, guns/weapons
In the school age child stage, what should you teach to promote safety?burns, drowning, broken bones, concussions, inhalation/ingestion, guns/weapons, substance abuse
In the adolescent stage, what should you teach to promote safety?motor vehicle accidents, drowning, guns/weapons, inhalation/ingestion
In the adult stage, what should you teach to promote safety?stress, domestic violence, motor vehicle accidents, drugs/alcohol abuse
In the older adult stage, what should you teach to promote safety?falls, motor vehicle accidents, elder abuse, sensorimotor changes, fires
What does RACE stand for?Rescue, Alarm, Confine, Extinguish or Evacuate
What does PASS stand for?Pull the pin, Aim at the base of fire, Squeeze handle, Sweep side to side
What must be included in the order for a restraint?Type of restraint, justification, and criteria for removal
When assessing the area of restraint, what must you monitor?The skin integrity, circulation, and sensation
bioterrorism means?the deliberate spread of pathogenic organisms into a community to cause widespread illness, fear, and panic
What does The Joint Commission do?Accredits facilities according to established safety and quality standards; revises the emergency management standards for health care facilities

Section 2

Question Answer
What is blended competenciesthe set of intellectual, interpersonal, technical, and ethical/legal capacities needed to practice professional nursing
What is clinical judgmentrefers to the result (outcome) of critical thinking or clinical reasoning; the conclusion, decision, or opinion a nurse makes
What is clinical reasoning?a specific term usually referring to ways of thinking about patient care issues (determining, preventing, and managing patient problems); for reasoning about other clinical issues (e.g., teamwork, collaboration, and streamlining work flow); nurses usually use critical thinking
What is concept mapping?instructional strategy that requires learners to identify, graphically display, and link key concepts
What is nursing diagnoses?actual or potential health problem that an independent nursing intervention can prevent or resolve. Actual problem is present. Possible problem may be present, but more data are needed to confirm or disconfirm the problem. Potential problem may occur; defining characteristics are present as risk factors.
What is nursing process? five-step systematic method for giving patient care; involves assessing, diagnosing, planning, implementing, and evaluating
What does QSEN stand for? stands for Quality and Safety Education for Nurses, a project for preparing future nurses with the knowledge, skills, and attitudes (KSAs) necessary to continuously improve the quality and safety of the health care systems within which they work
What is reflective practice?occurs when the caregiver has a profound awareness of self, and one’s own biases, prejudgments, prejudices, and assumptions, and understands how these may affect the therapeutic relationship
What is scientific problem solving? systematic problem-solving process that involves (1) problem identification, (2) data collection, (3) hypothesis formulation, (4) plan of action, (5) hypothesis testing, (6) interpretation of results, and (7) evaluation resulting in conclusion or revision of the study
What are the standards for critical thinking?clear, precise, specific, accurate, relevant, plausible, consistent, logical, deep, broad, complete, significant, adequate (for the purpose), and fair
What are the 5 stages of the nursing process?ADPIE Assessing, diagnosis, Planning, Implementing, Evaluation
What are ANA standards of care related to nursing care plansSMART Specific Measurable, attainable, realistic, timely