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#1 Oct 23, 2010
The trend that has the greatest impact on heatlhcare is
Which of the following is the best explanation of diagnosis-related groups (drg's)?
The homogeneous, learned patterns of behavior, vlaues, and attitudes shared by a group of people and passed from one generation to the next is referred to as:
Hot breads are common to diets of people from
The nurse understands that most people of the hindu religion do not consume
The definition of "prospective payment" is
Which principle offers nurses the least amount of help in resolving ethical issues in the cliniical setting?
Choose the open-ended question
Nursing is an inherently moral enterprise because:
Healthcare system and pt settings, nurse-pt relationship, ethical dilemmas, cultures, family dynamics
When a patient has a dnr order, respect demands that:
The native americans are examples of a:
A nurse is formulating a kosher meal plan. Which of the following is appropriate?
Transcultural nursing care can best be described as:
Analyze the following nursing actions. Which one is an example of primary prevention?
Which of the following best describes the meaning of the term "holistic care"?
Mrs. Adams is a 79 year old nursing home resident who has been diagnosed with Alzheimer's Disease. She is frequently agitated and wanders aimlessly through the cooiders. Calling for her puppy, "rozanne" although the staff has attempted to re-orient her to place and time, she continues to insist that it is 1940 and that she is at the circus with her parents. The nurse would describe this stage of Alzheimer's to be:
Erikson viewed the entire process of human development as a series of eight development stages. According to Erikson, if the positive task of the final life stage is not attained, the oldrer adult will experience an important goal of nursing care for the older adult is:
A patient is hospitalized with severe, acute pain resulting from kidney stone. The nurse gives morphine sulfate. His family is worried that this drug wont' help. The nurse will teach the family that opioid analgesia is
A terminally ill client is being provided home care. The client's family members are anxious to know about the benefits of providing home care to the dying client. Whic hof the following is a postiitve feature of providing home care to dying clients?
A patient who is 2 days post-M.I. has been eating well, ambulating with assistance & receiving antibiotics and morphine intravenously. He reports constipation this a.m. You assess the most probably cause of the constipation is
An order for an 80 yr old emphysemic patient who weighs 100 lbs is taking morphine sulfate 1/2 I.M. PRN for pain. The most appropriate nursing assessment to make before administering this medication is
What has the greatest impact on the developmen t of pressure ulcers?
You are giving morphine as ordered for a patient reporting severe pain. To evaluate the patient's response to this drug, you will be alert for which of the following?
Which of the following nursing interventions should the nurse perform to prevent drying of the oral mucous membranes and lips in a dying client?
Which of the following nursing interventions will encourage the dying client to contine verbalizing?
The risk of which problem is increased by weakening of esophageal sphincter tone and the diaphragm muscle around the hiatus?
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