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TFN Pre Finals 1

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Systems ModelName of Neuman's Model
(1) General System Theory, (2) Gestalt Theory, (3) General Adaptation Syndrome, (4) The philosophy of writers such as deChardin & Marx4 Influences of Systems Model
(1) Physiological, (2) Psychological, (3) Sociocultural, (4) Spiritual, (5) Developmental5 SUBSYSTEMS/CLIENT SYSTEM OF PERSON
PhysiologicalRefers to the physicochemical structure and function of the body
PsychologicalRefers to the mental processes and emotions in interaction to environment
SocioculturalRefers to relationships; and social/ cultural expectations and activities
SocioculturalRefers to the effects and influences of social and cultural conditions
SpiritualRefers to influence of spiritual beliefs
DevelopmentalRefers to those processes related to development over the lifespan
DevelopmentalRefers to age related processes and activities
(1) Flexible Line of Defense, (2) Normal Line of Defense, (3) Lines of ResistanceTHREE SURROUNDING LAYERS OF PERSON


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Flexible line of defenseThe outer layer, acts as a dynamic, rapidly changing buffer of stressors but is highly vulnerable to internal factors such as loss of sleep or hunger
Flexible line of defensePerceived as serving as a protective buffer for preventing stressors from breaking through usual wellness state
Flexible line of defenseOuter broke ring
Normal line of defenseEvolves over time to maintain a steady s
Normal line of defenseIt consists of coping patterns, lifestyle, and individual’s usual ways of handling stress
Normal line of defenseRepresents the adaptational level of health developed over the course of times
Normal line of defenseServes as standard by which to measure wellness deviation determination
Lines of ResistanceThe innermost layer that consists if internal factors that attempt to stabilize the individual and restore the normal line of defense when a stressor breaks through
Lines of ResistanceSeries of broken wings surrounding the basic core structure
Lines of ResistanceThese rings represent resource factors that help the client defend against a stressor
Lines of ResistanceServes as protection factors that are activated by stressors penetrating the normal line of defense


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(1) Normal temp. range, (2) Organ strength, (3) Weakness, (4) Ego structure, (5) Knowns/commonalitiesCENTRAL CORES OF PERSON
Open SystemThis is when there is a continuous flow of input and process, output & feedback
Input & OutputThis is the matter, energy, and information that are exchanged between the client and environment
NegentropyA process of energy conservation that increases organization and complexity , moving system towards stability at a higher degree of wellness
StabilityIs a dynamic and desirable state of balance in which energy exchanges take place without disruption of the character of the system which points toward optimal health
Created EnvironmentIs developed unconsciously by the client to express system wholeness symbolically
Created EnvironmentIts purpose is to provide perceptual protection for client system functioning and to maintain system stability
WellnessExists when al systems subparts interact in harmony with the whole system and all system needs are being met
IllnessExists at the opposite end of the continuum from wellness
IllnessRepresents state of instability and energy depletion
StressorsTension-producing stimuli that have the potential to disrupt system stability
Degree of ReactionRepresents system instability that occurs when stressors invade the normal line of defense
(1) Intrapersonal, (2) Interpersonal, (3) Extrapersonal3 Stressors
(1) Primary, (2) Secondary, (3) Tertiary3 Levels of Prevention


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Intrapersonaloccur within the person
IntrapersonalConditioned responses
Interpersonaloccur between individuals
InterpersonalRole Expectations
Extrapersonaloccur outside the individuals
ExtrapersonalFinancial Securement


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Primaryoccurs before the system reacts to a stressor
Secondaryoccurs after the system reacts to a stressor
Tertiaryoccurs after the system has been treated through secondary prevention strategies


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CareExplains the role of nurses and focused on performing that noble task of the nurturing patients.
Caredefines the primary role of a professional nurse such as providing bodily care for the patient and helping the patient complete such basic daily biological functions as eating, bathing, elimination, and dressing.
Carethe nurse’s goal is the comfort of the patient.
CareNurturing component of care and is exclusive to nursing.
CareMotherly care and comfort of patient.
CareProvides teaching and learning activities.
CareNurses goal is to give care and comfort to the patient; provide bodily care for the patient.
CarePatient may explore and share feelings with the nurse.
CareNurses should apply knowledge of the natural and biological sciences.
CareThe patient views the nurse as potential comforter.
Careto achieve an interpersonal relationship with the individual that will facilitate the development of the core
CareIntimate bodily care
CoreBased on social sciences, involves the therapeutic use of self, and is shared with other members of the health care team
CoreBy developing interpersonal relationship with the patient, he or she is able to help the patient verbally express feelings regarding the disease process and its effects, as well as discuss the patient’s role in recovery
Coreis the patient receiving nursing care
Coreinvolves the therapeutic use of self, and is shared with other members of the health team.
CoreThe person or patient to whom nursing care is directed and needed.
Coreinvolves the therapeutic use of self, and empathizes the use of reflections
Corehas goals set by himself and not by any other person.
CoreBehaves according to his or her feelings and values
CoreShare with physician alongside Cure
CureSeeing the patient and family through medical care
CureBased on pathological and therapeutic science
CureThe professional nurse helps the patient and family through the medical, surgical, and rehabilitation prescriptions made by the physician.
CureNurse is active advocate of the patient
Curethe aspect of nursing which involves the administration of medications and treatments.
Cureshared by the nurse with other health professionals, such as physicians or physical therapists.
Cureare the interventions or actions geared toward treating the patient for whatever illness or disease he or she is suffering from.
CureShare with physician alongside Core

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