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Fundamentals of Nursing

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9780323011419

ISBN10:
0323011411
Format:
Hardcover
Pub. Date:
6/1/2000
Publisher(s):
Elsevier Science Health Science div

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Continuing its tradition of comprehensive coverage of fundamental nursing principles, precise step-by-step procedures, and five-step nursing process framework, the fifth edition of FUNDAMENTALS OF NURSING is thoroughly revised and updated to address the latest changes in practice. New topics include a critical thinking model, caring for older parents or family members, end of life care, contemporary research on women's health, child and adolescent health, laboratory tests, and activity and exercise in health promotion. A FREE CD-ROM provides interactive learning with the a fluids and electrolytes program, skills checklists, and several tutorials introducing the five-dimensional critical thinking model.

Table of Contents

Unit 1 The Client and the Health Care Environment
Health and Wellness
1(20)
Kristine L'Ecuyer
Healthy People Documents
2(1)
Definition of Health
3(1)
Modes of Health and Illness
3(6)
Health-Illness Continuum Model
4(1)
Health Belief Model
4(1)
Health Promotion Model
5(1)
Basic Human Needs Model
6(1)
Holistic Health Models
6(1)
Emerging Models of Health
7(2)
Variables Influencing Health Beliefs and Practices
9(1)
Internal Variables
9(1)
External Variables
10(1)
Health Promotion, Wellness, and Illness Prevention
10(3)
Levels of Preventive Care
11(2)
Risk Factors
13(1)
Genetic and Physiological Factors
13(1)
Age
13(1)
Environment
14(1)
Lifestyle
14(1)
Risk Factor Modification and Changing Health Behaviors
14(1)
Illness
15(2)
Acute Illness and Chronic Illness
16(1)
Illness Behavior
16(1)
Impact of Illness on the Client and Family
17(4)
Behavioral and Emotional Changes
17(1)
Impact on Body Image
17(1)
Impact on Self-Concept
17(1)
Impact on Family Roles
17(1)
Impact on Family Dynamics
18(3)
The Health Care Delivery System
21(27)
Patricia A. Potter
Health Care Regulation and Competition
22(2)
Nursing Implications
24(1)
Financing Health Care
24(2)
Payment Mechanisms
24(2)
Levels of Health Care
26(10)
Preventive and Primary Care Services
27(3)
Secondary and Tertiary Care
30(2)
Restorative Care
32(2)
Continuing Care
34(2)
Canadian Health Care System
36(1)
Issues in Health Care Delivery
36(8)
Competency of Health Care Providers
36(1)
Population-Based Care
37(1)
Redesigning Acute Care Delivery
37(1)
Quality Health Care
38(1)
The Continuum of Health Care
39(5)
The Future of Health Care
44(4)
Community-Based Nursing Practice
48(16)
Patricia A. Potter
Achieving Healthy Populations and Communities
49(2)
Community Health Nursing
51(1)
Nursing Practice in Community Health
52(1)
Community-Based Nursing
52(8)
Vulnerable Populations
53(2)
Competency in Community-Based Nursing
55(5)
Community Assessment
60(1)
Changing Clients' Health
61(3)
Leadership, Delegation, and Quality Management
64(22)
Patricia A. Potter
Leadership and Management
65(4)
Leadership in Change
66(1)
Types of Leadership
67(1)
Leadership Behavior and Styles
68(1)
Building a Nursing Team
69(9)
Nursing Care Delivery Models
70(1)
Management Structure
71(1)
Creating an Empowered Work Environment
72(6)
Quality Management
78(8)
Quality in Nursing Practice
79(7)
Theoretical Foundations of Nursing Practice
86(15)
Anne Griffin Perry
Theory
87(2)
Components of a Theory
87(1)
Concept
88(1)
Definition
88(1)
Assumptions
88(1)
Types of Theory
88(1)
Theoretical Models
89(1)
Historical Perspective
89(1)
Relationship of Theory to the Nursing Process and Client Needs
90(1)
Interdisciplinary Theories
91(2)
System Theory
91(1)
Basic Human Needs
92(1)
Health and Wellness Models
92(1)
Stress and Adaptation
93(1)
Developmental Theories
93(1)
Psychosocial Theories
93(1)
Selected Nursing Theories
93(4)
Nightingale's Theory
93(1)
Peplau's Theory
93(1)
Henderson's Theory
93(2)
Abdellah's Theory
95(1)
Levine's Theory
95(1)
Johnson's Theory
95(1)
Rogers' Theory
96(1)
Orem's Theory
96(1)
King's Theory
96(1)
Neuman's Theory
96(1)
Roy's Theory
97(1)
Watson's Theory
97(1)
Parse's Theory
97(1)
Benner and Wrubel's Theory
97(1)
The Link Between Theory and Knowledge Development in Nursing
97(4)
Unit 2 Caring Throughout the Life Span
Nursing Healing and Caring
101(11)
Patricia A. Potter
Theoretical Views on Caring
102(3)
Caring is Primary
102(1)
The Essence of Nursing and Health
103(1)
Transpersonal Caring
103(1)
Swanson's Theory of Caring
104(1)
Summary of Theoretical Views
104(1)
Clients' Perceptions of Caring
105(1)
Ethics of Care
106(1)
Caring in Nursing Practice
107(2)
Providing Presence
107(1)
Comforting
107(1)
Listening
107(1)
Knowing the Client
108(1)
Spiritual Caring
109(1)
Family Care
109(1)
The Challenge of Caring
109(3)
Diversity in Caring
112(26)
Joyce Newman Giger
Ruth Davidhizar
Important Definitions
113(2)
Transcultural Nursing
115(1)
Culturally Diverse Nursing Care
115(7)
Communication
116(1)
Space
116(2)
Social Organization
118(1)
Time
118(1)
Environmental Control
118(2)
Biological Variations
120(2)
Application of Giger and Davidhizar's Transcultural Assessment Model
122(16)
African-Americans
122(4)
Hispanics
126(3)
Asian-Americans
129(3)
Native Americans
132(6)
Caring in Families
138(16)
Lois C. Hamel
The Family
139(1)
Concept of Family
139(1)
Definition: What Is a Family?
139(1)
Family Forms
140(1)
Current Trends and New Family Forms
140(2)
Changing Economic Status
141(1)
Homelessness
141(1)
Family Violence
141(1)
Human Immunodeficiency Virus
142(1)
Theoretical Approaches: An Overview
142(1)
Functional Theory or Functionalism
142(1)
Social Conflict Approach
142(1)
Symbolic Interactionism
142(1)
General Systems Theory
142(1)
Family as an Open Social System
142(1)
Structure
142(1)
Function
143(1)
Developmental Stages Theory
143(2)
The Family and Health
143(2)
Attributes of Healthy Families
145(1)
Family Nursing
145(1)
Family as Context
145(1)
Family as Client
145(1)
Family as System
145(1)
Nursing Process for the Family
146(4)
Assessing the Needs of the Family
146(2)
Family-Focused Care
148(1)
Implementing Family-Centered Care
149(1)
Health Promotion
149(1)
Challenges for Family Nursing
150(1)
Acute Care
150(1)
Restorative Care
151(3)
Developmental Theories
154(18)
Judith A. Collins
Shelly-Rae Pheler
Role of Theories
155(1)
Growth Versus Development
155(1)
Four Areas of Theory Development
155(1)
Biophysical Developmental Theories
156(4)
Gesell's Theory of Development
156(1)
Genetic Theories of Aging
156(1)
Nongenetic Cellular Theories
156(1)
Physiological Theories of Aging
157(3)
Psychosocial Theory
160(6)
Sigmund Freud
160(1)
Erik Erikson
161(1)
Eight Stages of Life
161(2)
Robert Havinghurst
163(2)
Roger Gould
165(1)
Stella Chess and Alexander Thomas
165(1)
Cognitive Developmental Theory
166(1)
Jean Piaget's Theory of Cognitive Development
166(1)
Moral Development Theory
167(2)
Jean Piaget's Moral Developmental Theory
167(1)
Lawrence Kohlberg's Moral Developmental Theory
167(2)
Conclusion
169(3)
Conception Through Adolescence
172(52)
Julie K. Baylor
Growth and Development
173(1)
Definitions
173(1)
Critical Periods of Development
174(1)
Stages of Growth and Development
174(1)
Major Factors Influencing Growth and Development
174(1)
Selecting a Developmental Framework for Nursing
174(1)
Conception
174(5)
Intrauterine Life
174(3)
First Trimester
177(1)
Second Trimester
177(1)
Third Trimester
178(1)
Transition From Intrauterine to Extrauterine Life
179(1)
Physical Changes
179(1)
Psychosocial Changes
179(1)
Health Risks
180(1)
Newborn
180(5)
Physical Changes
180(3)
Cognitive Changes
183(1)
Psychosocial Changes
183(1)
Health Risks
184(1)
Health Concerns
184(1)
Infant
185(7)
Physical Changes
185(1)
Cognitive Changes
185(1)
Psychosocial Changes
186(1)
Health Risks
187(1)
Health Concerns
187(5)
Toddler
192(4)
Physical Changes
192(3)
Cognitive Changes
195(1)
Psychosocial Changes
195(1)
Health Risks
196(1)
Health Concerns
196(1)
Preschooler
196(5)
Physical Changes
196(2)
Cognitive Changes
198(1)
Psychosocial Changes
199(1)
Health Risks
200(1)
Health Concerns
201(1)
School-Age Children and Adolescents
201(1)
School-Age Child
201(11)
Physical Changes
203(2)
Cognitive Changes
205(1)
Psychosocial Changes
206(1)
Health Risks
207(1)
Health Concerns
207(5)
Preadolescent
212(1)
Adolescent
212(12)
Physical Changes
214(1)
Cognitive Changes
215(1)
Psychosocial Changes
216(1)
Health Risks
217(2)
Health Concerns
219(5)
Young to Middle Adult
224(19)
Patsy L. Ruchala
Young Adult
226(9)
Physical Changes
226(1)
Cognitive Changes
226(1)
Psychosocial Changes
227(2)
Health Risks
229(2)
Health Concerns
231(4)
Middle Adult
235(8)
Physical Changes
236(1)
Cognitive Changes
237(1)
Psychosocial Changes
237(1)
Health Concerns
238(5)
Older Adult
243(30)
Myra A. Aud
Terminology
245(1)
Myths and Stereotypes
246(1)
Nurses' Attitudes Toward Older Adults
247(1)
Theories of Aging
247(1)
Biological Theories
247(1)
Psychosocial Theories
248(1)
Developmental Tasks for Older Adults
248(2)
Community-Based and Institutional Health Care Services
250(1)
Retirement Communities
250(1)
Home Care
250(1)
Adult Day Care
250(1)
Respite Care
250(1)
Long-Term Care
250(1)
Assessing the Needs of Older Adults
251(9)
Physiological Changes
251(3)
Cognitive Changes
254(3)
Psychosocial Changes
257(3)
Health Risks
260(1)
Addressing the Health Concerns of Older Adults
261(7)
Health Promotion and Maintenance: Physiological Concerns
261(4)
Health Promotion and Maintenance: Psychosocial Health Concerns
265(3)
Older Adults and the Acute Care Setting
268(1)
Older Adults and Restorative Care
269(4)
Unit 3 Critical Thinking In Nursing Practice
Critical Thinking and Nursing Judgment
273(17)
Patricia A. Potter
Clinical Decisions in Nursing Practice
274(1)
Critical Thinking Defined
275(2)
Reflection
276(1)
Language
277(1)
Intuition
277(1)
Levels of Critical Thinking in Nursing
277(1)
Critical Thinking Competencies
278(3)
Scientific Method
278(1)
Problem Solving
279(1)
Decision Making
279(1)
Diagnostic Reasoning and Inferences
279(1)
Clinical Decision Making
279(1)
Nursing Process as a Competency
280(1)
Thinking and Learning
281(1)
Critical Thinking Model
281(4)
Specific Knowledge Base
281(1)
Experience
281(1)
Critical Thinking Competencies
282(1)
Attitudes for Critical Thinking
282(2)
Standards for Critical Thinking
284(1)
Critical Thinking Synthesis
285(1)
Nursing Process Overview
286(4)
Nursing Assessment
290(20)
Anne Griffin Perry
Nursing Process Overview
291(1)
A Critical Thinking Approach to Assessment
291(4)
Organization of Data Gathering
295(1)
Data Collection
295(1)
Types of Data
295(1)
Sources of Data
296(2)
Client
297(1)
Family and Significant Others
297(1)
Health Care Team Members
297(1)
Medical Records
297(1)
Other Records
297(1)
Literature Review
297(1)
Nurse's Experience
297(1)
Methods of Data Collection
298(9)
Interview
298(6)
Nursing Health History
304(2)
Physical Examination
306(1)
Diagnostic and Laboratory Data
306(1)
Formulating Nursing Judgements
307(1)
Data Interpretation
307(1)
Data Clustering
307(1)
Data Documentation
307(3)
Nursing Diagnosis
310(16)
Anne Griffin Perry
Evolution of Nursing Diagnosis
311(2)
Definition
313(1)
Critical Thinking and the Nursing Diagnostic Process
314(3)
Diagnostic Process
314(1)
Analysis and Interpretation of Data
314(2)
Identification of Client Needs
316(1)
Formulation of the Nursing Diagnosis
317(1)
Nursing Diagnosis Statement
317(2)
Support of the Diagnostic Statement
318(1)
Sources of Diagnostic Error
319(4)
Errors in Data Collection
319(2)
Errors in Interpretation and Analysis of Data
321(1)
Errors in Data Clustering
321(1)
Errors in the Diagnostic Statement
321(1)
Nursing Diagnosis and Medical Diagnosis
322(1)
Nursing Diagnoses: Application to Care Planning
323(3)
Advantages of Nursing Diagnoses
323(1)
Limitations of Nursing Diagnoses
323(3)
Planning for Nursing Care
326(21)
Anne Griffin Perry
Establishing Priorities
327(1)
Critical Thinking in Establishing Goals and Expected Outcomes
328(6)
Goals of Care
328(3)
Expected Outcomes
331(1)
Guidelines for Writing Goals and Expected Outcomes
331(3)
Critical Thinking in Designing Nursing Interventions
334(2)
Types of Interventions
334(1)
Selection of Intervention
335(1)
Planning Nursing Care
336(6)
Purpose of Care Plans
336(1)
Care Plans in Various Settings
337(5)
Writing the Nursing Care Plan
342(1)
Writing Critical Pathways
343(1)
Consulting Other Health Care Professionals
343(4)
When to Consult
344(1)
How to Consult
344(3)
Implementing Nursing Care
347(15)
Anne Griffin Perry
Types of Nursing Interventions
348(1)
Independent Nursing Interventions
348(1)
Protocols and Standing Orders
348(1)
Critical Thinking in Implementing Nursing Interventions
349(1)
Implementation Process
350(5)
Reassessing the Client
350(1)
Reviewing and Revising the Existing Nursing Care Plan
350(2)
Organizing Resources and Care Delivery
352(2)
Implementing Nursing Interventions
354(1)
Implementation Methods
355(7)
Assisting with Activities of Daily Living
355(1)
Counseling
356(1)
Teaching
356(1)
Providing Direct Nursing Care
357(1)
Compensation for Adverse Reactions
357(1)
Preventive Measures
358(1)
Correct Techniques in Administering Care and Preparing a Client for Procedures
358(1)
Lifesaving Measures
358(1)
Achieving Goals of Care
358(1)
Delegating, Supervising, and Evaluating the Work of Other Staff Members
359(1)
Communicating Nursing Interventions
360(2)
Evaluation
362(13)
Anne Griffin Perry
Critical Thinking Skills and Evaluation
363(2)
Goals
365(1)
Expected Outcomes
365(1)
Evaluation of Goal Achievement
365(2)
Evaluative Measures and Sources
366(1)
Care Plan Revision and Critical Thinking
367(5)
Discontinuing a Care Plan
370(1)
Modifying a Care Plan
370(2)
Quality Improvement
372(3)
Evaluation of Care
372(1)
Evaluation of Improvement
373(2)
Unit 4 Professional Standards in Nursing Practice
Professional Nursing Roles
375(26)
Pamela Becker Weilitz
Historical Perspective
376(4)
Early Civilization
377(1)
Christianity
378(1)
Middle Ages
378(1)
Fifteenth to Nineteeth Century
378(1)
Florence Nightingale
379(1)
The Civil War
379(1)
Twentieth Century
379(1)
National Commission on Nursing and Nursing Education
380(1)
Nursing Theories
380(1)
Nursing as a Profession
380(1)
Professionalism
380(1)
Education
380(1)
Theory
380(1)
Service
381(1)
Autonomy
381(1)
Code of Ethics
381(1)
Educational Preparation
381(3)
Professional Registered Nurse Education
381(1)
Accreditation
382(1)
Licensure
382(1)
Certification
382(1)
Master's Degree Preparation
383(1)
Doctoral Preparation
383(1)
Continuing and In-Service Education
383(1)
Licensed Practical Nurse Education
383(1)
Nursing Practice
384(2)
American Nurses Association Definition of Nursing Practice
384(1)
Canadian Nurses Association Definition of Nursing Practice
384(1)
Standards of Nursing Practice
384(1)
Standards of Care
384(2)
Nurse Practice Acts
386(1)
Practice Settings
386(4)
Hospital, Skilled Nursing, and Restorative Settings
386(2)
Community-Based Practice Settings
388(2)
Roles and Functions of the Nurse
390(5)
Functions
390(1)
Career Roles
391(2)
Health Care Team
393(1)
Allied and Other Health Care Professionals
394(1)
Professional Nursing Organizations
395(1)
Societal Influences on Nursing
396(1)
Demographic Changes
396(1)
Cultural Diversity
396(1)
Consumer's Movement
396(1)
Health Promotion and Wellness
396(1)
Women's Movement
396(1)
Human Rights Movement
397(1)
Trends in Nursing
397(4)
Political Influence of Professional Nursing
397(1)
Nursing's Influence on Health Care Policy and Practice
398(3)
Ethics and Values
401
Margaret Ecker
Ethics
402(4)
Basic Terms
402(2)
Professional Nursing
404(2)
Values
406(5)
Value Formation
407(1)
Values Clarification
407(4)
Bioethics
411(3)
Philosophical Constructions
411(2)
Consensus in Bioethics
413(1)
Nursing Point of View
413(1)
How to Process and Ethical Dilemma
414(3)
Institutional Ethics Committees
417(1)
Issues in Bioethics
417
Informed Consent
417(1)
Advance Directives
418(1)
Quality of Life
419(1)
Allocations of Scarce Resources
420
Legal Implications in Nursing Practice
423(444)
Judith C. Brostron
Licensure
424(1)
Legal Limits of Nursing
424(3)
Sources of Law
424(1)
Torts
425(1)
Intentional Torts
425(1)
Unintentional Torts
426(1)
Student Nurses
426(1)
Legal Liability in Nursing
427(2)
Minimizing Liability Through Effective Documentation and Client Relationships
427(1)
Contracts
427(2)
Good Samaritan Laws
429(1)
Standards of Care
429(5)
Confidentiality
431(1)
Consent
431(3)
Legal Relationships in Nursing Practice
434(1)
Physicians' Orders
434(1)
Verbal Orders
434(1)
``Do Not Resuscitate'' Orders
434(1)
Short Staffing
434(1)
Floating
435(1)
Legal Issues in Nursing Practice
435(3)
Surrogate Pregnancy Contracts and Adoption
435(1)
Abortion Issues
435(1)
Americans With Disabilities Act
436(1)
Human Immunodeficiency Virus
436(1)
Death and Dying
436(1)
Right to Refuse Treatment
436(1)
Physician-Assisted Suicide
437(1)
Advance Directives
437(1)
Organ Donations
438(1)
Legal Issues in Nursing Specialties
438(6)
Community Health Nursing
438(1)
Emergency Department
438(1)
Nursing of Children
439(1)
Medical-Surgical Nursing and Geriatrics
439(1)
Critical Care Nursing
439(1)
Operating Room Nursing
439(1)
Psychiatric Nursing
440(1)
Home Health Care Nursing
440(1)
The Nurse as an Advocate
440(1)
The Nurse as Risk Manager
440(1)
Professional Involvement
440(4)
Communication
444(26)
Cynthia S. Goodwin
Communication and Nursing Practice
445(2)
Communication and Interpersonal Relationships
445(1)
Developing Communication Skills
446(1)
Levels of Communication
447(1)
Intrapersonal Communication
447(1)
Interpersonal Communication
448(1)
Transpersonal Communication
448(1)
Small-Group Communication
448(1)
Public Communication
448(1)
Basic Elements of the Communication Process
448(1)
Referent
448(1)
Sender and Receiver
448(1)
Messages
449(1)
Channels
449(1)
Feedback
449(1)
Interpersonal Variables
449(1)
Environment
449(1)
Forms of Communication
449(3)
Verbal Communication
449(1)
Nonverbal Communication
450(1)
Symbolic Communication
451(1)
Metacommunication
452(1)
Professional Nursing Relationships
452(2)
Nurse-Client Helping Relationships
452(2)
Nurse-Family Relationships
454(1)
Nurse-Health Team Relationships
454(1)
Nurse-Community Relationships
454(1)
Elements of Professional Communications
454(2)
Courtesy
455(1)
Uses of Names
455(1)
Privacy and Confidentiality
455(1)
Trustworthiness
455(1)
Autonomy and Responsibility
455(1)
Assertiveness
455(1)
Communication Within the Nursing Process
456(14)
Assessment
456(2)
Nursing Diagnosis
458(1)
Planning
458(1)
Implementation
459(5)
Evaluation
464(6)
Client Education
470(30)
Amy Hall
Standards for Client Education
471(1)
Purposes of Client Education
472(1)
Maintenance and Promotion of Health and Illness Prevention
473(1)
Restoration of Health
473(1)
Coping With Impaired Functioning
473(1)
Teaching and Learning
473(2)
Role of the Nurse in Teaching and Learning
474(1)
Teaching as Communication
474(1)
Domains of Learning
475(2)
Cognitive Learning
476(1)
Affective Learning
476(1)
Psychomotor Learning
476(1)
Basic Learning Principles
477(5)
Motivation to Learn
477(3)
Ability to Learn
480(2)
Learning Environment
482(1)
Integrating the Nursing and Teaching Processes
482(18)
Assessment
483(2)
Nursing Diagnosis
485(1)
Planning
485(5)
Implementation
490(5)
Evaluation
495(5)
Documentation
500(24)
Martha Elkin
Multidisciplinary Communication Within the Health Care Team
501(1)
Documentation
502(17)
Purpose of Records
502(2)
Guidelines for Quality Documentation and Reporting
504(2)
Standards
506(1)
Narrative Documentation
506(2)
Charting by Exception
508(4)
Case Management and Critical Pathways
512(1)
Common Record-Keeping Forms
512(4)
Home Health Care Documentation
516(1)
Long-Term Health Care Documentation
516(1)
Computerized Documentation
516(3)
Reporting
519(5)
Change-of-Shift Reports
519(1)
Telephone Reports
520(1)
Telephone Orders
520(1)
Transfer Reports
520(1)
Incident Reports
521(3)
Research as a Basis for Practice
524(16)
Anne Griffin Perry
Historical Perspective
525(2)
Scientific Research in Nursing
527(1)
Knowledge Acquisition
527(1)
Scientific Method
528(1)
Nursing and the Scientific Approach
528(1)
Definitions of Scientific and Nursing Research
529(1)
Research Methods
529(2)
Quantitative Research
530(1)
Qualitative Research
531(1)
Nursing Research and the Nursing Process
531(2)
Conducting Nursing Research
532(1)
Ethical Issues in Research
533(1)
Rights of Human Subjects
533(1)
Rights of Other Research Participants
533(1)
Nursing Research in Nursing Practice
534(6)
Research Report Versus Clinical Article
534(2)
Identifying Clinical Nursing Problems
536(1)
Research Utilization
536(4)
Unit 5 Psychosocial Basis For Nursing Practice
Self-Concept
540(26)
Peggy Breckinridge
Scientific Knowledge Base
541(1)
Nursing Knowledge Base
541(9)
Overview of Self-Concept
542(1)
Components of Self-Concept
542(2)
Stressors Affecting Self-Concept
544(3)
Development of Self-Concept
547(3)
Family Effect on Self-Concept Development
550(1)
The Nurse's Effect on the Client's Self-Concept
550(1)
Critical Thinking Synthesis
550(1)
Self-Concept and the Nursing Process
551(15)
Assessment
551(2)
Nursing Diagnosis
553(1)
Planning
554(3)
Implementation
557(6)
Evaluation
563(3)
Sexuality
566(23)
Peggy Breckinridge
Scientific Knowledge Base
567(5)
Sexual Development
567(2)
Sexual Response Cycle
569(1)
Sexual Orientation
570(1)
Contraception
570(1)
Abortion
571(1)
Sexually Transmitted Diseases
571(1)
Nursing Knowledge Base
572(2)
Sociocultural Dimensions of Sexuality
572(1)
Decisional Issues
573(1)
Alterations in Sexual Health
573(1)
Critical Thinking Synthesis
574(1)
Sexuality and the Nursing Process
574(15)
Assessment
574(6)
Nursing Diagnosis
580(1)
Planning
580(3)
Implementation
583(2)
Evaluation
585(4)
Spiritual Health
589(23)
Patricia A. Potter
Scientific Knowledge Base
590(1)
Nursing Knowledge Base
591(4)
Concepts in Spiritual Health
590(3)
Spiritual Problems
593(2)
Religious Problems
595(1)
Critical Thinking Synthesis
595(2)
Nursing Process
597(15)
Assessment
597(4)
Nursing Diagnosis
601(1)
Planning
602(2)
Implementation
604(4)
Evaluation
608(4)
Responding to Loss, Death, and Grieving
612
Virginia Lester
General Concepts of the Grieving Process
613(3)
Loss
613(1)
Grief
613(1)
Personal Loss
614(1)
Actual Loss
615(1)
Perceived Loss
615(1)
Maturational Loss
615(1)
Situational Loss
615(1)
Coping Mechanisms in Grief and Loss
615(1)
Scientific Knowledge Base
616(3)
Theories of the Grieving Process
616(2)
Psychosocial Perspective of Loss and Grief
618(1)
Nursing Knowledge Base
619(2)
Death as a Unique Experience
619(1)
Communication
620(1)
Values
620(1)
Ethical Issues
621(1)
Critical Thinking Synthesis
621(1)
The Nursing Process and Grief
621(19)
Assessment
621(4)
Nursing Diagnosis
625(2)
Planning
627(2)
Implementation
629(8)
Evaluation
637(3)
Documentation
640
Stress and Adaptation
643(668)
Bobbi Shatto
Scientific Knowledge Base
643(7)
Stress and Stressors
644(1)
Physiological Adaptation
644(1)
Models of Stress
645(1)
Factors Influencing Response to Stressors
646(1)
Adaptation to Stressors
646(1)
Response to Stress
647(3)
Nursing Knowledge Base
650(3)
Psychological Response
650(1)
Developmental Factors
650(1)
Intellectual Factors
650(1)
Emotional Behavioral Issues
651(1)
Family Factors
651(1)
Lifestyle Issues
651(1)
Sociocultural Issues
651(1)
Spiritual Considerations
651(2)
Critical Thinking Synthesis
653(1)
Nursing Process
653(15)
Assessment
653(4)
Nursing Diagnosis
657(1)
Planning
658(1)
Implementation
658(6)
Evaluation
664(4)
Unit 6 Scientific Basis For Nursing Practice
Vital Signs
668(56)
Susan Jane Fetzer
Guidelines for Taking Vital Signs
669(2)
Body Temperature
671(19)
Physiology
671(3)
Factors Affecting Body Temperature
674(3)
Nursing Process and Thermo-regulation
677(13)
Pulse
690(8)
Physiology and Regulation
690(1)
Assessment of Pulse
691(5)
Character of the Pulse
696(2)
Nursing Process and Pulse Determination
698(1)
Respiration
698(8)
Physiological Control
698(1)
Mechanics of Breathing
698(1)
Assessment of Respirations
698(4)
Assessment of Diffusion and Perfusion
702(4)
Nursing Process and Respiratory Vital Signs
706(1)
Blood Pressure
706(12)
Physiology of Arterial Blood Pressure
706(2)
Factors Influencing Blood Pressure
708(1)
Hypertension
708(1)
Hypotension
709(4)
Assessment of Blood Pressure
713(5)
Nursing Process and Blood Pressure Determination
718(1)
Health Promotion and Vital Signs
718(1)
Recording Vital Signs
719(5)
Health Assessment and Physical Examination
724(110)
Elaine K. Neel
Purposes of Physical Examination
725(2)
Gathering a Health History
726(1)
Developing Nursing Diagnoses and a Care Plan
726(1)
Managing Client Problems
726(1)
Evaluating Nursing Care
727(1)
Cultural Sensitivity
727(1)
Integration of Physical Assessment With Nursing Care
727(1)
Skills of Physical Assessment
727(4)
Inspection
727(1)
Palpation
727(2)
Percussion
729(1)
Auscultation
730(1)
Olfaction
731(1)
Preparation for Examination
731(4)
Infection Control
731(1)
Environment
731(1)
Equipment
732(1)
Physical Preparation of the Client
732(1)
Psychological Preparation of the Client
733(1)
Assessment of Age-Groups
733(2)
Organization of the Examination
735(1)
General Survey
736(6)
General Appearance and Behavior
737(2)
Vital Signs
739(1)
Height, Weight, and Circumference
739(3)
Skin, Hair, and Nails
742(10)
Skin
742(7)
Hair and Scalp
749(1)
Nails
750(2)
Head and Neck
752(21)
Head
752(1)
Eyes
752(7)
Ears
759(4)
Nose and Sinuses
763(2)
Mouth and Pharynx
765(4)
Neck
769(4)
Thorax and Lungs
773(7)
Posterior Thorax
774(4)
Lateral Thorax
778(1)
Anterior Thorax
778(2)
Heart
780(5)
Inspection and Palpation
782(1)
Auscultation
783(2)
Vascular System
785(9)
Blood Pressure
785(1)
Carotid Arteries
785(2)
Jugular Veins
787(1)
Peripheral Arteries and Veins
788(6)
Lymphatic System
794(1)
Breasts
794(6)
Female Breasts
794(6)
Male Breasts
800(1)
Abdomen
800(5)
Inspection
800(2)
Auscultation
802(1)
Percussion
803(1)
Palpation
804(1)
Female Genitalia and Reproductive Tract
805(5)
Preparation of the Client
806(1)
External Genitalia
807(1)
Speculum Examination of Internal Genitalia
808(2)
Male Genitalia
810(4)
Sexual Maturity
811(1)
Penis
811(1)
Scrotum
812(1)
Inguinal Ring and Canal
813(1)
Rectum and Anus
814(2)
Inspection
814(1)
Digital Palpation
814(2)
Musculoskeletal System
816(5)
General Inspection
816(1)
Palpation
817(1)
Range of Joint Motion
818(2)
Muscle Tone and Strength
820(1)
Neurological System
821(10)
Mental and Emotional Status
821(3)
Intellectual Function
824(1)
Cranial Nerve Function
825(1)
Sensory Function
825(4)
Motor Function
829(1)
Reflexes
829(2)
After the Examination
831(3)
Infection Control
834(50)
Leah Frederick
Nature of Infection
835(4)
Chain of Infection
835(4)
The Infectious Process
839(45)
Defenses Against Infection
839(3)
Nosocomial Infections
842(2)
The Nursing Process in Infection Control
844(1)
Assessment
844(2)
Nursing Diagnosis
846(1)
Planning
847(1)
Implementation
848(31)
Evaluation
879(5)
Medication Administration
884(83)
Carl A. Kirton
Scientific Knowledge Base
885(6)
Pharmacological Concepts
885(1)
Medication Legislation and Standards
886(3)
Pharmacokinetics as the Basis of Medication Actions
889(1)
Absorption
889(1)
Distribution
890(1)
Metabolism
890(1)
Excretion
890(1)
Types of Medication Action
891(2)
Therapeutic Effects
891(1)
Side Effects
891(1)
Adverse Effects
891(1)
Toxic Effects
891(1)
Idiosyncratic Reactions
891(1)
Allergic Reactions
891(1)
Medication Interactions
892(1)
Medication Dose Responses
892(1)
Routes of Administration
893(3)
Oral Routes
893(2)
Parenteral Routes
895(1)
Topical Administration
895(1)
Inhalation Route
896(1)
Intraocular Route
896(1)
Systems of Medication Measurement
896(1)
Metric System
896(1)
Household Measurements
897(1)
Solutions
897(1)
Clinical Calculations
897(2)
Conversions Within One System
897(1)
Conversion Between Systems
897(1)
Dose Calculations
898(1)
Pediatric Doses
898(1)
Administering Medications
899(3)
Prescriber's Role
899(2)
Nurse's Role
901(1)
Critical Thinking in Medication Administration
902(3)
Knowledge
902(1)
Experience
902(1)
Attitudes
902(1)
Standards
903(2)
Nursing Process and Medication Administration
905(6)
Assessment
905(1)
Nursing Diagnosis
906(1)
Planning
906(1)
Implementation
906(4)
Evaluation
910(1)
Oral Administration
911(5)
Topical Medication Applications
916(11)
Skin Applications
916(1)
Nasal Instillation
917(1)
Eye Instillation
917(6)
Ear Instillation
923(1)
Vaginal Instillation
923(1)
Rectal Instillation
923(4)
Administering Medications by Inhalation
927(1)
Administering Medications by Irrigations
927(1)
Parenteral Administration of Medications
927(40)
Equipment
930(3)
Preparing an Injection From an Ampule
933(1)
Preparing an Injection From a Vial
933(4)
Mixing Medications
937(1)
Insulin Preparation
938(1)
Administering Injections
938(11)
Intravenous Administration
949(15)
Administration of Intravenous Therapy in the Home
964(3)
Complementary and Alternative Therapies
967(22)
Kathryn Ann Caudell
Biobehavioral Therapies
969(10)
Relaxation Therapy
972(3)
Imagery
975(1)
Biofeedback
976(1)
Hypnotherapy
977(1)
Meditation
978(1)
Manual Healing Therapies
979(2)
Therapeutic Touch
979(1)
Chiropractic Therapy
980(1)
Traditional and Ethnomedicine Therapies
981(1)
Traditional Chinese Medicine
981(1)
Acupuncture
981(1)
Herbal Therapies
982(1)
Clinical Applications of Herbal Therapy
983(1)
Limitations of Herbal Therapy
983(1)
Nursing Role in Complementary and Alternative Therapies
983(6)
Unit 7 Basic Human Needs
Activity and Exercise
989(29)
Rita Wunderlich
Scientific Knowledge Base
990(4)
Overview of Body Mechanics, Exercise, and Activity
990(2)
Regulation of Movement
992(1)
Principles of Body Mechanics
993(1)
Nursing Knowledge Base
994(3)
Developmental Changes
994(1)
Behavioral Aspects
995(1)
Environmental Issues
995(1)
Cultural and Ethnic Influences
996(1)
Family and Social Support
996(1)
Critical Thinking and Application of Exercise and Activity
997(1)
Nursing Process
998(20)
Assessment
998(2)
Nursing Diagnosis
1000(1)
Planning
1000(1)
Implementation
1001(13)
Evaluation
1014(4)
Safety
1018(36)
Kathleen Mulryan
Scientific Knowledge Base
1019(4)
Environmental Safety
1019(4)
Nursing Knowledge Base
1023(3)
Risks at Developmental Stages
1023(2)
Individual Risk Factors
1025(1)
Risks in the Health Care Agency
1025(1)
Critical Thinking Synthesis
1026(2)
Safety and the Nursing Process
1028(26)
Assessment
1028(1)
Nursing Diagnosis
1028(1)
Planning
1028(1)
Implementation
1029(21)
Evaluation
1050(4)
Hygiene
1054(70)
Patricia A. Potter
Scientific Knowledge Base
1055(3)
The Skin
1055(1)
The Feet, Hands, and Nails
1056(1)
The Oral Cavity
1057(1)
The Hair
1057(1)
The Eyes, Ears, and Nose
1057(1)
Nursing Knowledge Base
1058(2)
Social Practices
1058(1)
Personal Preferences
1059(1)
Body Image
1059(1)
Socioeconomic Status
1059(1)
Health Beliefs and Motivation
1059(1)
Cultural Variables
1059(1)
Physical Condition
1059(1)
Critical Thinking Synthesis
1060(1)
Nursing Process
1061(63)
Assessment
1061(9)
Nursing Diagnosis
1070(1)
Planning
1071(3)
Implementation
1074(46)
Evaluation
1120(4)
Oxygenation
1124(69)
Pamela Becker Weilitz
Scientific Knowledge Base
1125(15)
Cardiovascular Physiology
1125(4)
Respiratory Physiology
1129(3)
Factors Affecting Oxygenation
1132(2)
Alterations in Cardiac Functioning
1134(4)
Alterations in Respiratory Functioning
1138(2)
Nursing Knowledge Base
1140(3)
Developmental Factors
1140(1)
Lifestyle Factors
1141(2)
Environmental Factors
1143(1)
Stress/Anxiety
1143(1)
Critical Thinking Synthesis
1143(1)
Nursing Process
1143(50)
Assessment
1143(12)
Nursing Diagnosis
1155(1)
Planning
1155(2)
Implementation
1157(32)
Evaluation
1189(4)
Fluid, Electrolyte, and Acid-Base Balances
1193(57)
Elizabeth Speakman
Scientific Knowledge Base
1194(11)
Distribution of Body Fluids
1194(1)
Composition of Body Fluids
1194(1)
Movement of Body Fluids
1195(1)
Regulation of Body Fluids
1196(2)
Regulation of Electrolytes
1198(1)
Regulation of Acid-Base Balance
1199(1)
Disturbances in Electrolyte, Fluid, and Acid-Base Balances
1200(5)
Nursing Knowledge Base
1205(1)
Critical Thinking Synthesis
1205(1)
Nursing Process
1206(44)
Assessment
1206(8)
Nursing Diagnosis
1214(1)
Planning
1215(2)
Implementation
1217(28)
Evaluation
1245(5)
Sleep
1250(31)
Patricia A. Stockert
Scientific Knowledge Base
1251(7)
Physiology of Sleep
1251(2)
Functions of Sleep
1253(1)
Physical Illness
1254(1)
Sleep Disorders
1255(3)
Nursing Knowledge Base
1258(3)
Sleep and Rest
1258(1)
Normal Sleep Requirements and Patterns
1258(2)
Factors Affecting Sleep
1260(1)
Criticla Thinking Synthesis
1261(2)
Nursing Process
1263(18)
Assessment
1263(4)
Nursing Diagnosis
1267(1)
Planning
1267(1)
Implementation
1268(8)
Evaluation
1276(5)
Comfort
1281(42)
Mary F. Clarke
Maureen Carty
Scientific Knowledge Base
1282(7)
Nature of Pain
1282(1)
Physiology of Pain
1283(5)
Types of Pain
1288(1)
Nursing Knowledge Base
1289(4)
Knowledge, Attitudes, and Beliefs
1289(1)
Factors Influencing Pain
1289(4)
Critical Thinking Synthesis
1293(1)
Nursing Process and Pain
1293(30)
Assessment
1293(8)
Nursing Diagnosis
1301(1)
Planning
1302(1)
Implementation
1303(15)
Evaluation
1318(5)
Nutrition
1323(60)
Nancy Semenza
Scientific Knowledge Base
1324(13)
Nutrients: The Biochemical Units of Nutrition
1324(6)
Anatomy and Physiology of Digestive System
1330(3)
Dietary Guidelines
1333(4)
Nursing Knowledge Base
1337(10)
Nutrition During Human Growth and Development
1337(7)
Alternative Food Patterns
1344(3)
Critical Thinking Synthesis
1347(1)
Nursing Process and Nutrition
1348(35)
Assessment
1348(2)
Nursing Diagnosis
1350(2)
Planning
1352(4)
Implementation
1356(21)
Evaluation
1377(6)
Urinary Elimination
1383(53)
Judith Ann Kilpatrick
Scientific Knowledge Base
1384(8)
Kidneys
1384(2)
Ureters
1386(1)
Bladder
1386(1)
Urethra
1386(1)
Act of Urination
1386(6)
Nursing Knowledge Base
1392(1)
Infection Control and Hygiene
1392(1)
Developmental Considerations
1393(1)
Psychosocial Considerations
1393(1)
Critical Thinking Synthesis
1393(1)
Nursing Process and Alterations in Urinary Function
1393(43)
Assessment
1393(13)
Nursing Diagnosis
1406(1)
Planning
1406(2)
Implementation
1408(24)
Evaluation
1432(4)
Bowel Elimination
1436(49)
Sharon Souter
Scientific Knowledge Base
1437(3)
Mouth
1437(1)
Esophagus
1437(1)
Stomach
1438(1)
Small Intestine
1439(1)
Large Intestine
1439(1)
Nursing Knowledge Base
1440(9)
Factors Affecting Bowel Elimination
1440(3)
Common Bowel Elimination Problems
1443(1)
Bowel Diversions
1444(5)
Critical Thinking Synthesis
1449(1)
Nursing Process and Bowel Elimination
1450(35)
Assessment
1450(4)
Nursing Diagnosis
1454(1)
Planning
1455(1)
Implementation
1456(27)
Evaluation
1483(2)
Unit 8 Clients With Special Needs
Mobility and Immobility
1485(59)
Ruth Ludwick
Scientific Knowledge Base
1486(6)
Physiology and Principles of Body Mechanics
1486(1)
Regulation of Movement
1487(3)
Pathological Influences on Mobility
1490(2)
Nursing Knowledge Base
1492(6)
Mobility-Immobility
1492(6)
Critical Thinking Synthesis
1498(1)
Nursing Process for Impaired Body Alignment and Mobility
1498(46)
Assessment
1499(11)
Nursing Diagnosis
1510(1)
Planning
1510(3)
Implementation
1513(27)
Evaluation
1540(4)
Skin Integrity and Wound Care
1544(86)
Elizabeth Ayello
Anne Griffin Perry
Scientific Knowledge Base
1545(12)
Normal Integument
1545(1)
Pressure Ulcers
1545(3)
Classification of Pressure Ulcer Staging or Color
1548(3)
Wound Classifications
1551(6)
Nursing Knowledge Base
1557(9)
Prediction and Prevention of Pressure Ulcers
1557(6)
Factors Influencing Pressure Ulcer Formation and Wound Healing
1563(3)
Psychosocial Impact of Wound
1566(1)
Critical Thinking Synthesis
1566(1)
Nursing Process
1567(63)
Assessment
1567(8)
Nursing Diagnosis
1575(1)
Planning
1576(1)
Implementation
1577(48)
Evaluation
1625(5)
Sensory Alterations
1630(29)
Jan Boundy
Scientific Knowledge Base
1631(4)
Normal Sensation
1631(1)
Sensory Alterations
1632(3)
Nursing Knowledge Base
1635(2)
Factors Affecting Sensory Function
1635(2)
Critical Thinking Synthesis
1637(1)
Nursing Process
1637(22)
Assessment
1637(6)
Nursing Diagnosis
1643(1)
Planning
1643(3)
Implementation
1646(9)
Evaluation
1655(4)
Surgical Client
1659(54)
Denise E. Antle
Anne R. Lewis
History of Surgical Nursing
1660(1)
Ambulatory Surgery
1661(1)
Scientific Knowledge Base
1661(4)
Classification of Surgery
1661(1)
Risk Factors
1661(4)
Nursing Knowledge Base
1665(1)
Critical Thinking Synthesis
1665(1)
The Nursing Process in the Preoperative Surgical Phase
1665(27)
Assessment
1665(9)
Nursing Diagnosis
1674(1)
Planning
1675(1)
Implementation
1675(17)
Evaluation
1692(1)
Transport to the Operating Room
1692(1)
Intraoperative Surgical Phase
1693(7)
Preoperative (Holding) Area
1693(1)
Admission to the Operating Room
1694(1)
Introduction of Anesthesia
1694(5)
Positioning the Client for Surgery
1699(1)
Nurse's Role During Surgery
1699(1)
Postoperative Surgical Phase
1700(2)
Immediate Postoperative Recovery
1700(1)
Discharge From the PACU
1701(1)
Recovery in Ambulatory Surgery
1702(1)
Postoperative Convalescence
1702(1)
The Nursing Process in Postoperative Care
1702(11)
Assessment
1702(6)
Nursing Diagnosis
1708(1)
Planning
1708(1)
Implementation
1708(5)
Evaluation
1713


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