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-left sided weakness place wheelchair on clients right

side during transfer.


Veracity: being honest with the client
Fidelity: keeping a promise to the client
Beneficence: ethical principle of doing good and what
is best for the client
Autonomy: respecting clients wishes
-obtaining prescribed medications during discharge
referral to social services

Functional nursing model: nurses are assigned


specific tasks to perform for each of the clients
Unfreezing Stage of change: communicate to staff
why a new policy is needed
Refreezing Stage of Change: evaluate the
guidelines of the new policy with staff. Assist in the
enforcement of the new policy.
Moving Stage of Change: be a resource person for
staff during implementation of the new policy

-Provide community resources with discharge


instructions

Pre meal glucose levels: 70 and 140 mg/dl

-wear a dosimeter badge to measure exposure to


radiation while caring for a client who is receiving
internal radiation
-keep 6 feet from client (visitors)
-use long-handled forceps to retrieve a dislodged
implant

Delegation:
-monitor and follow up on assigned task
-you retains accountability for the delegated tasks
-provide feedback to AP
-Evaluate the performance of AP

Hypothyroidism:
-provide warm environment
-reduced-calorie diet
-2 L/day
Obtaining urine culture and sensitivity test from
a catheter
-clamp the tubing above the port to allow
uncontaminated urine to collect in the tubing
-use a needleless safety syringe
-place in biohazard bag
-sterile specimen cup
-label at bedside
-6 year old are at a greatest risk for lead poisoning
-supine is the best position for sleeping infants
-injury from falls decreases in preschool-aged children
because of improved coordination and motor skills
Resource management example: new 15 wallmounted hand sanitizers installed on the unit
Interprofessional care conference: meet the clients
needs for food and fluids
total client care model of care: complete care for
one client
team nursing model of care: a group of nurses work
together to care for a group of clients

Assignment sheet: communicate client care


assignments
critical pathway: identifies recommended treatments
and outcomes
Flow sheet: document the completion of routine client
care tasks

Preventive Health care: reduce or control risk


factors for disease immunizations, stress
manag, seat belt use, cancer screening
Primary HC: health promotion; earliest
prenatal, well-baby, nutrition, disease control
screenings BP,
Secondary HC: diagnosis and tx in acute care
settings ED, diagnostic centers
Tertiary HC: specialized and highly technical
care. ICU, oncology, burn centers
Autonomy: the right to make ones own personal
decisions, even when those decisions might not
be in the that persons best interest.
Beneficence: positive actions to help others
Fidelity: agreement to keep promises
Justice: fairness in care delivery and use of
resources
Nonmaleficence: avoidance of harm or injury