Nursing 101 Exam 2

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  1. What are the different types of hygienic care provided
    • Morning Care
    • Afternoon Care
    • HS Care (Hour of Sleep Care)
    • PRN Care (As Needed Care)
  2. What is Morning Care?
    • offer elimination assistance
    • Oral care
    • Shower or Bath
    • Nail and Hair care
    • Bed is Made
  3. Afternoon Care includes???
    • offer elimination assistance
    • Oral care to freshen
    • wash hands and face
  4. HS Care Includes?/
    • Oral Care
    • wash hands and face
    • back rub
    • straighten linens
  5. PRN Care includes???
    provide the care needed for the client, As Needed
  6. What are the different types of bathes?
    • cleansing bath
    • complete bath-nurse washes everything
    • self help bath-client does as much as possible
    • Partial BAth-wash what has potential to smell
    • towel bath
    • bag bath-ziplock bag with wash clothes no rinsing
    • tub bath
    • shower
    • therapeutic bath-oatmeal
  7. What is a cleansing bath?
    given for hygiene purposes, to get client clean  Complete bed bath, self help bath, partial bath, bag bath, tub bath and shower
  8. what are therapeutic bathes?
    • bathes given for physical effects such as to soothe irritated skin or to treat a certain area.
    • medications are added to the water
  9. What is accomplished through hygiene practices? What are the benefits to the patient?
    • cleanliness and decrease of microorganisms
    • Sense of well-being
    • Mobility
    • Increased circulation
    • Opportunity to build nurse client relationship
  10. What are the physical Assessment Techniques?
    (In Order)
    • iAPP
    • Inspection (look)
    • Auscultation (listen)
    • Palpation (touch)
    • Percussion
  11. What are some examples of therapeutic responses if client does not want a bath?
  12. Why should you avoid using rubbing motion on the legs of patient with history of blood clot?
    if patient has a clot in their legs the rubbing can cause it to dislodge
  13. why be careful with the skin of elderly people?
    it can tear easily
  14. what should you never do for a diabetic patient?
    • Do Not CUT their toenails, or soak their feet
    • (you can file their toenails for them)
  15. What are the 3 levels of health care services?
    • Primary-prevention, health promotion
    • Secondary-diagnose and treat
    • Tertiary-rehab, health restoration
  16. Primary Health Care Services
    • Community, Doctors offices
    • promote good health prevention
  17. Secondary health services
    • Hospitals, ER, Radiology Facility
    • Diagnose the problem and treatment
  18. Tertiary Health Care Service
    • Nursing home, assisted living, rehab facilities
    • try to get the client back to their previous health level
  19. What is Palliative Care?
    the prevention and relief of suffering by means of early ID and impeccable assessment and treatment of pain and other problems. for patients that have terminal illness
  20. what is rehabilitation?
    to get the client back to their previous health, or as close as possible
  21. What is continuity of care?
    the coordination of health care services by HCP for clients moving from one setting to another
  22. Seamless Care
    Primary, Secondary and Tertiary Care all available in an integrated form. to facilitate the care across the settings.
  23. when does discharge planning for the patient begin?
    Discharge planning should begin as soon as the patient is admitted.
  24. What is discharge planning>
    the process of preparing the patient to leave on level of care for another
  25. What is Collaboration?
    collegial working relationship with another HCP in the provision of patient care
  26. What are the key competencies for collaboration?
    • effective communication skills
    • mutual respect
    • trust
    • a decision making process
  27. what is the difference between community and population?
    • a community is  collection of people who share attribute and interact with each other.
    • a population is group of people who share common characteristics but don't interact
  28. What is HIPPA?
    • Health Information Portability Accountability Act
    • Protects the disclosure of patient personal information
  29. What is caregiver Role Stain?
    physical, emotional, financial or social burden of the caregiver that seriously jeopardizes their own well being
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