Assessment
Diagnosis
Planning
Implementation
Evaluation
100

Completed shorty after admission to facility to establish database for problem identification and care planning.

What is initial assessment?

100

Hypertension, osteoarthritis and diabetes

What are medical diagnoses?

100

Takes into consideration patient and nurse capabilities, time and resources.

What is planning?

100

Repositioning and assistance with ADLs.

What is a nurse initiated intervention?

100

Last step of the nursing process.

What is evaluation?

200

Reassessment of a pressure ulcer over a period of time.

What is a time lapsed assessment?

200

Identification of how an individual, group or community responds to actual or potential health problems.

What is purpose of diagnosing analyzing?

200

Initiated when the patient is first admitted.

What is initial planning?

200

Administration of antihypertensive medication.

What is a physician initiated intervention?

200

Cognitive, psychomotor, affective and physiologic.

What are ways to evaluate outcomes?

300

Preparing for data collection, collecting data, identifying cues and making inferences, validating data, clustering data/identifying patterns, recording/reporting data.

What is assessing?

300

Identifies the factors that are maintaining the unhealthy state or response (causative or contributing factors).

Why is etiology?

300

Addresses each problem identified and prioritized (data obtained during assessment)

What is comprehensive assessment?

300

Act in partnership with the patient/family, approach patient caringly and competently, reassess to determine if action still needed and modify nursing interventions.

What are implementation guidelines?

300

Patient, nurse and healthcare system.

What are variables affecting outcome achievement?

400

Purposeful, prioritized, complete, systematic, factual/accurate relevant and recorded.

What are characteristics of a nursing assessment?

400

Identifies the subjective and objective data that signal existence of the problem (cues that reflect the existence of a problem).

What are defining characteristics?

400

This begins when the patient is admitted.

What is discharge planning?

400

Lack of family support, lack of understanding benefits, low value attached to outcomes, adverse physical/emotional effects of treatment, cost and limited access to treatment.

What are common reasons for nonadherence?

400

Decide if outcome was met, partially met or not met, list patient data or behaviors that support this decision.

What are evaluative statements?

500

"I feel like I can't catch my breath!"

What is subjective data?

500

This diagnoses has no related factors (etiology).

What is risk diagnosis?

500

Patient will walk up and down a flight of stairs, maintaining SPO2 of 93% or greater, without oxygen by discharge.

What is a SMART goal?

500

Level of expertise, creativity, willingness to provide care and available time.

What are nurse variables influencing outcome achievement?

500
  • Identifying evaluative criteria and standards, collecting data to determine if criteria and standards are met, interpreting and summarizing findings, documenting judgment and terminating, continuing, or modifying the plan

What are five classic elements of evaluation?

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