The Nursing Process

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The Nursing Process
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2011-09-28 15:47:09
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Assessing, Analyzing, Planning, Implementing & Evaluating
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  1. Name the 5 components of the nursing process:
    • 1-Assessing
    • 2-Analyzing
    • 3-Planning
    • 4-Implementing
    • 5-Evaluating
  2. The nursing diagnosis is an ____________ of assessment data to determine the client's actual and potential health problems.
    analysis
  3. Writing a client's care plan is part of which part of the nursing process?
    Planning
  4. Adhering to the standards of care delineated by Manatee Memorial Hospital to Sarasota Memorial Hospital is an example of which type of standard of care?
    Local
  5. Disaster Plans are examples of which type of standard of care:
    County
  6. During the nurse's assessment, the client states, "I'm in so much pain!". This is an example of which type of data?
    Subjective
  7. The physical assessment should be performed by the:

    a)RN
    b)LPN
    a - RN
  8. Is the CNA allowed to take vitals on a patient before the RN assesses?
    No-The RN is responsible for assessing the patient BEFORE the CNA or LPN performs vitals.
  9. A statement of nursing judgement that refers to a condition that nurses can treat is the definition of the nursing ________.
    Diagnosis
  10. Actual, risk/high risk, possible, wellness and syndrome are all types of:
    Nursing diagnoses
  11. s/p means?
    Something happened; already happned.
  12. The problem + the diagnostic label (NANDA statement) + etiology + signs and sypmtoms (subjective & objective data) =
    The nursing diagnosis
  13. Deficient: inadequate amount, quality or degree; not sufficient; incomplete and

    Impaired: made worse, weakened, damaged, reduced, deteriorated

    are all ___________, used to give additional meaning to the diagnostic statement

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