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Flashcards in Chapt 38 Sensory Wrksheet Deck (21):
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Auditory

Hearing

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Awareness

The ability to perceive internal and external stimuli and to respond appropriately through thought and stimuli

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Culture care deprivation

The lack of culturally assistive supportive or facilitative acts

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Delirium

Acute confusion

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Gustatory

Taste

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Kinesthetic

Awareness of the position and movement of body parts

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Olfactory

Smell

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Sensoristasis

The state in which a person is in optimal arousal

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Sensory deficit

Impaired reception perception or both of one or more of the senses

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Sensory deprivation

Decrease. In or lack of meaningful stimuli

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Sensory overload

Occurs when a person is unable to to process or manage the amount or intensity of sensory stimuli

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Sensory perception

Involves conscious organization and translation of the data or stimuli into meaningful information

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Stereognosis

Ability to perceive and understand an object through touch by its size, shape and texture

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Tactile

Touch

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Visceral

Any large organ within the body

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Visual

Sight

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Glaucoma is a group of diseases of the eye caused by increased intramural pressure that can lead to optic nerve damage and eventual vision loss. True or false?

True

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For an individual to be aware of the surroundings, four aspects of the sensory process must be present:

Stimulus,receptor,impulse conduction,and perception

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Acute confusion

Abrupt onset and a cause that, when treated r ever see the confusion

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Sensory overload clinical manifestations -in reading not power pants

-complaints of fatigue
-irritability
-periodic or general disorientation
-reduced problem solving ability
-increased muscle tension
-scattered attention and racing thoughts

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Clinical manifestations of sensory deprivation *not in power points in reading

-excessive yawning
-decreased attention span
-crying over small matters
Hallucinations
Apathy,emotional liability