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Teaching & Learning Communication Sleep and Rest Oxygenation Culture & Ethnicity
100
What is Possible Deficit Knowledge
What is the main nursing diagnosis to use anytime we’re teaching something new
100
~ Facial Expression
~ Posture and Gait
~ Personal Appearance
~ Gestures
List a few Nonverbal communications
100
What is Rest, Sleep. Sleep, Rest
At _____, the body is disturbed by all exterior stimuli, whereas in _____ it is screened from them by altered consciousness. Thus _____ restores the body; whereas _____ cannot do this.
100
What is Hypercarbia (Hypercapnia)
What is An excess of dissolved CO2 in the blood
100
What is Complementary medicine
Use of rigorously tested therapies to complement those of conventional medicine. For example, chiropractic care and use of certain supplements.
200
What is Affective Learning
What learning domain involves changes in feelings, beliefs, attitudes, value. AKA “FEELING DOMAIN”
200
What is Communication
*Bonus points if you can give details about each factor +100
Environment, Developmental Variations, Gender, Personal space, Territoriality, Sociocultural, Roles and Relationships all affect what?
200
What is Older Adults
These are factors that affect sleep in which AGE group:
Side effects of medications
Underlying illnesses
Depression
Discomfort
Nocturia
Pain
Declining levels of melatonin
200
What is White or Clear color
What color should sputum be when present in viral infections (common cold, viral bronchitis), often requiring only supportive care.
200
What is Ethnocentrism
The tendency of people to believe their own beliefs and values are right and that those of other cultures are wrong. This can cause your patient to feel that you disapprove of or that you do not understand or respect them.
300
What is Culturally competent teaching
What involves Assessments, Self-Knowledge, Interventions, Feedback
300
Situation
Background
Assessment
Recommendation
Question

Used when communicating patient information to another healthcare provider - handoff report
What is SBARQ - when would you use it
300
What is Sleepiness, slurred speech, slackening of the facial muscles, a feeling of impending weakness of the knees, paralysis, and hallucinations. 
Define characteristics of Narcolepsy
300
What is ABG’s (Arterial Blood Gas)
________ measures the levels of oxygen and carbon dioxide in arterial blood. PO2 (Amount of oxygen), PCO2 (Carbon dioxide), pH, partial pressure (PO2), carbon dioxide, saturation of oxygen (saO2), and bicarbonate (HCO3) level.
300
What is often have limited access to healthcare.
The most important concept about vulnerable subcultures guiding nursing care is that persons belonging to these groups ...
400
What is Create a conducive learning environment & Plan and Communicate Information According to your patients needs
List 2 General Tips for effective patient teaching..
400
What is Pre-interaction Phase, Orientation Phase, Working Phase, Termination Phase.
* Bonus points if you can define each phase +100
Name the phases of Therapeutic relationship
400
What is Nonbenzodiazepines
What Sleep Medication has a short half-life, is eliminated from body quickly and does not cause daytime sleepiness
400
What is Flu Virus
The _____ ______ is highly contagious.
400
Discrimination
The charge nurse of a unit tries, as a rule, to admit Hispanic clients to a room at the end of the hall so that "the noise from family will not disturb others." This nurse is exhibiting ...
500
What is Right Time, Context, Goal, Content, Method
What are the 5 RIGHTS of teaching
500
What is empathy, genuineness, concreteness, confrontation.
*Bonus points if you can define each one +100
what are the Key characteristics of therapeutic communication
500
What is Antihistamines
What can induce drowsiness, but due to the long half-life of the drug, grogginess commonly lasts into the next day
500
- Respiratory Rate & Depth
- Hyperventilation
- Hypoventilation
- Lung Elasticity
- Lung compliance
- Airway Resistance
What factors affect ventilation
500
What is cultural preservation or maintenance, cultural care accommodation or negotiation, and cultural care repatterning or restructuring.
What are Madeline Leininger's 3 modes of nursing?




Foundations Exam #4

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