Basic Care & Comfort
Head to Toe Assessment
The Nursing Process
Safety & Infection Control
Legal, Ethical, & Culture in Nursing
100

3point gait

What is the gait pattern is used when one of the lower extremities (LE) is unable to fully bear weight (due to fracture, amputation, joint replacement etc)

100

 inspection, auscultation, percussion, and palpation.

What is the correct order of the abdominal assessment



100

 a patient-centered, systematic, evidence-based approach to delivering high-quality nursing care

What is the nursing process

100

the most important measure to prevent the spread of infections

What is hand hygiene

100

 Duty, breach of duties, damages, & causation

What are the components required for malpractice case

200

Normal bowel pattern, date of last bowel movement, characteristics of stool

What is bowel [elimination] assessment

200

normally heard throughout most of the lung fields.

What are vesicular sounds

200

a road map for the care of a patient and a necessary tool in following the nursing process

What is a care plan

200

 viral, bacterial, parasitic or fungal

What are types of infections

200

a mistake or carelessness that causes the patient unintended harm

What is negligence

300

feeding of nutritional products to a person intravenously

What is parenteral nutrition

300

Shoes off, stand firm with arms across your body or at your side, eyes closed

What is Romberg assessment



300

Subjective/Objective

What is assessment

300

Clean hands, gloves, & gown

What is PPE for contact precautions



300

obtaining informed consent from the patient for treatment, accepting the situation when a patient refuses a medication, and maintaining confidentiality

What are examples of ethics [dilemmas] in nursing



400

Relaxation therapy, aroma therapy, yoga

What are nonpharmacologic sleeping interventions

400

 aortic, pulmonic, tricuspid, and mitral valve as well as an area called Erb's point

What are the 5 points of [cardiac]auscultation

400

assessment, monitoring, critical thinking, and revising the care plan when appropriate

What is evaluation

400

S. Aureus (staphylococcus aureus)

What is the most common hospital acquired infection 



400

the ability of systems to provide care to patients with diverse values, beliefs and behaviors, including the tailoring of health care delivery to meet patients' needs

What is cultural competence

500

help maintain skin integrity & remove dirt and microbes present on the skin's surface, decreasing the risk of infection and increasing patient comfort

What is a bed bath

500

 pain, deformity, edema, pressure areas, bruises

What is extremity assessment

500

a clinical judgment concerning a human response to health conditions/life processes, or a vulnerability for that response, by an individual, family, group or community

What is the nursing diagnosis

500

a collection of medical practices and procedures that helps protect patients from dangerous germs

What is aseptic technique

500

Beneficence, non-maleficence, autonomy, & justice

What are the 4 principles of healthcare ethics

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