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For adults today _____ ________ are the major health chanllenge.
Chronic illness are more than __ months.
When dealing with chronic illness the major focus is prevention of _________, and maintain ability to _________.
Don't only look at the admitting ___ to try to _________ the pts problem, many times the true cause is an __________ or overlooked ________ / ___.
When doing assessment tool on pt with chronic illness you want to make sure and ask the pt about what?
List 5 of the most COMMON, COSTLY, and PREVENTABLE, chronic diseases in the U.S:
- heart disease
List the 6 LEADING HEALTH DISEASE in the nation?
What are the 4 MODIFIABLE HEALTH RISK behaviors?
- lack of physical activity
- poor nutrition
- tobacco use
- excessive alcohol consumption
What are the 10 leading HEALTH ISSUES in th nation?
- physical activity
- overwieght and obesity
- tobacco use
- substance abuse
- responsible sexual behavior
- mental health treatment
- injury and violence
- enviromental quality
- access to health care
Chronic diseases are the leading cause of _____ and _______ in the U.S.
What is the most common cause of disability or activity limitation in the U.S?
Diabetes continues to be the leadong cause of ______ ______, non-traumatic lower-extremity __________, and ________ among adults aged 20-74.
- kidney failure
_____ ______ is the leading cause of cancer death, and ______ ________ causes almost all cases.
- lung cancer
- cigarette smoking
SBAR stand for? and is used for what?
Situation, Background, Assessment, and Recommendation
For telephone reporting and handsoff communication
QSEN stands for?
Quality and Safety Education for Nurses
EBP stands for?
Evidence Based Practice
What are the 5 Steps of EBP process:
- 1. Develope and ask the clinical question
- 2. Search for and collect sources of evidence.
- 3. Apraise and synthesize evidence.
- 4. Apply valid, relevant evidence in practice. Generate evidence.
- 5. Evaluate outcomes based on evidence.
List 9 hosp-acquired injuries that Medicare will not reimburse hospitals for the treatment of "conditions that could reasonably have been prevented?
- Mediastinitis after CABG
- UTIs from improper use of catheters
- pressure ulcers
- vascular cath-associated infections
- objects left in the body during surgery
- air embolisms
- blood incompatibility
Nursing is the _______ and ________ of human responses to _____ and _____ health care px.
Concerned with physiologic, sociocultural, emotional and spiritual, demensions of an individual is what?
List 8 nursing roles:
- direct care
- self care
- critical think (clinical reasoning)
- Evidence-based judgments
- team approach and collaboration
List 7 characteristics of adult learners:
adjust less easily to distractions