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Denounced the idea of mystical influences on a disease. Systematic observation and recording

Hippocrates

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Caring for the whole person

Holistic healthcare

2

Established the nursing role
Environment influences health
Elevated standards of care
Cleanliness is vital to recovery
Nature alone cures

Florence nightingale

3

Caduceus

Modern symbols of medicine

4

Pledge based in principles of Hippocrates

Hippocrates oath

5

A distinguishing badge of authority or honor

Insignia

6

A standard in nursing insignia

Nightingale lamp

7

Licensure for nurses as well as defining the legal functions and powers and duties by the state board of nursing

Nursing practice act

8

Nursing practice act:
Responsibility

The condition if being accountable for your actions

9

Nursing practice act:
Accountability

Bein responsible for accepting consequences for your actions

10

Nursing practice act:
The legal obligation a person has to make good to the loss of or damage to something for which thy are responsible for

Liability

11

Status given to a program that meets approved standards

Accreditation

12

APN

Advanced practice nurse RN

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Status given to a program that allows it's graduates to obtain a license

Approval

14

Community college programs that lead LPN to RN

Career ladder

15

Process by which a licensed nurse in one state may receive a license in another state without retaking the exam

Endorsement

16

Status that says a nurse has the minimum requirements for competence and practice

Licensure

17

Regulation that makes it illegal for any nurse to practice nursing with out a license

Mandatory licensure

18

The law governing nursing practice in a territory or state

Nurse practice act

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Procedure in which a person transfers licensure from one state to another

Reciprocity

20

Skeleton on which to base knowledge

Theoretical framework

21

ANA

American nurses association

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NAPNES

National organization for practical nurses

23

NFLPN

National federation if licensed practical nursing

24

NLN

National leave for nursing

25

Who developed the code of ethics for LPN

NAPNES
NFLPN

26

HMO

Emphasize disease prevention and health promotion

27

Minimal level or need for healthcare services

Acuity

28

This hospital admits clients in for short periods of time

Acute care facility

29

Rehabilitation using an environment familiar to the client and is also the least expensive care

Home health care

30

Part time supervision facilities of clients with chronic conditions

Respite

31

Ability to access a nurse or physician via telephone and internet

Telehealth

32

Nursing homes
Rehabilitation
CD rehab
Chronic care are all examples of

Extended care facilities

33

Nursing homes are divided into two groups ?

SNF skilled nursing facility
ICF intermediate care facility

34

24 hour care nursing home under RN only

SNF skilled nursing facility

35

24 hour care nursing home under LPN LVN and RN

Intermediate care facility

36

A pledge to the public that we will provide optimal care

Quality assurance

37

All hospitals need accreditation by

JCAHO
Joint commission for accreditation of healthcare organizations

38

Name three types of hospital ownership and funding

Govt owned
Private proprietary ownership
Not for profit

39

Types of complimentary health care

Chiropractic, physical therapy, OT care

40

A monthly or yearly payment made by a participant in an HMO

Capitation fee

41

Providing high quality care while effectively using healthcare resources and controlling costs

Case management

42

Methods and beliefs other than western medicine

Complimentary health care

43

Rewards given to employees by their employers for practicing healthy habits

Incentives

44

A plan for continual monitoring and maintenance of an individual's health

Managed care

45

Medicaid is for

Low income families

46

Medicare is for

Elders 65 and older
Has premium

47

Quality management in which delivery of care is judged by results received

Outcome based care

48

Reimbursement for healthcare made by a third party payors according to a formula or average reimbursement of actual cost per case

Prospective payment

49

what is DRG and what do they do

Diagnosis related groups
Determine cost of care

50

OSHA

Occupation safety an health administration

51

PPO

Preferred provider organization

52

Position paper developed by the AHA
Statement of what patients could expect from doctors and staff who provide their care

Patient bill of rights

53

When is the patient bill of rights handed to client

Upon admission

54

Morals and principles that guide human behavior

Ethics

55

A wrong commuted against a person or property or public good

Crime

56

Falsification of medical records
Insurance fraud
Theft if narcotics
Practicing without a license are all considered

Felonies

57

An injury that occurred bc if a persons intention or unintentional actions or failure to act

Tort

58

Failure to perform an act that a reasonably prudent nurse would carry out in a similar circumstance

Negligence

59

Participating in illegal abortions
Euthanasia
And practicing beyond the limits of your license are considered

Crimes of commission

60

Bad practice
Injurious or faulty treatment

Malpractice

61

A threat or attempt to do bodily harm

Assault

62

Physical contact without another persons consent

Batter

63

In a life threatening situation where the client cannot provide consent for care

Inferred consent

64

Test treatments and medications have been explained to patient as well as outcome possible complications and alternative procedures

Informed consent

65

ROI

Release of information form

66

What for HIPPA do?

Protects clients information

67

A legal document in which a person either states choices for medical treatment or names someone to make the decisions for them if try lose the ability to make their own decisions

Advance directive

68

A law that requires all healthcare institutions to comply with all advanced directives and healthcare proxy or forfeit Medicaid

PSDA
patient self determination act

69

UNOS

United network for organ sharing

70

Absence of heart beat and cessation of breathing

Clinical death

71

Permanent an irreversible cessation of the body's physical and chemical processes and failure of body cells

Biological death

72

AHA

American hospital association

73

Protects healthcare providers from liability when performing emergency care within the limits of first aid

Good Samaritan act

74

Irreversible coma

Brain dead

75

Thea clients are exceptions and are not pronounced dead

Hypothermia clients are not pronounced dead until warm and overdose patients

76

Name three types of nursing interventions

Independent
Dependent
Interdependent

77

Dependent busting intervention tells on

A doctors orders

78

Interdependent nursing intervention relies on

The whole staff

79

ignoring patient questions
Not washing hands
Ignoring precautions
Not charting are considered

Unethical behavior

80

Non intact skin is dangerous bc

It's a portal for bacteria

81

COPD

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease

82

Belief that ones own culture is the best and only acceptable lone

Ethnocentrism

83

Common heritage shred by a specific culture

Ethnicity

84

Belief based on pre conceived notions about certain groups of people

Prejudice

85

The understanding and tolerance if all cultural lifestyles

Cultural sensitivity

86

Practice or beliefs that a group members cannot violate without discomfort and risk of exclusion

Taboos

87

Shapes how an individual perceives right or wrong and what is desirable

Values

88

Food that has been ritually prepared and served according to Jewish law

Kosher

89

Balancing forces

Yin and yang

90

The belief that supernatural forces dominate

Magic irreligious

91

Unable to find the words to speak

Expressive aphasia

92

Unable to comprehend words being spoken

Receptive aphasia

93

Caring for clients while taking into consideration their religious and sociocultural backgrounds

Transcultural nursing