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33 Cards in this Set

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Subjective, Objective, Assessment, Plan, Implement, Evaluate
Assess, Diagnose, Outcome ID, Plan, Implement, Evaluate
What would a physical be?
What would catheter, infected be?
Nursing dx
What would lowering BP be?
outcome ID
What would changing diet be?
What would a lowered BP be?
What would a referral to a nutritionist be?
What is a goal?
Outcome ID
What are the links in the chain of infection?
Pathogen, Reservoir, Portal of Exit, Mode of Transmission, Portal of Entry, and Susceptible Host
What is an example of an airborne pathogen?
What is an example of a droplet pathogen?
Which sharps present the most risk?
Hollow Bore
What kind of equipment needs to be sterilized?
What kind of equipment needs a high level of disinfection?
respiratory equipment and endoscopes
What kind of equipment needs low level disinfection?
Scopes and BP cuffs
What are the two portals of entry for blood borne pathogens such as Hep B?
Splashes to mucous membranes or non-intact skin and sharps injuries.
Standard precautions include:
face shields, gloves, and impervious gowns.
Contact isolation is for:
nosocomial infections, highly resistant bacteria, intestinal infections, etc.
Contact isolation uses air filters? T/F
False; Dedicated equipment is the only non-standard precaution necessary.
signs and symptoms
1 way to reduce risk of a UTI is:
to place catheter drainage bag below bladder-level.
Another term for hazard is:
risk factor.
Proactive safety measures are appropriate for:
non-acute care
A chronic wound:
exists for at least 2 weeks and does not heal normally
Venous ulcers occur:
on lower extremeties.
Stage 1 ulcer:
red but skin intact
Stage 2 ulcer:
1 layer deep
Stage 3 ulcer:
subcutaneous visible
Stage 4 ulcer:
muuscle, bone, tendon visible
Braden Scale measures:
sensory perception, activity, mobility, moisture, friction, and nutrition
Prealbumin is used to assess:
protein levels necessary for wound healing
Prealbumin shouldn't be lower than:
11 mg/dl