Nursing Process Assignment: LPN to RN Transitions

Question 1 Points: 2.00
Discuss the five realms to address to complete a thorough assessment.
Question 2 Points: 2.00
State the three distinct phases of the interview process
Question 3 Points: 2.00
: What are the five elements that make up the nursing process, and what nursing actions are needed for each?
Question 4 Points: 1.00
The process of ensuring the accuracy of assessment data
Question 5 Points: 1.00
The product of the clustering of cues and data
Question 6 Points: 1.00
Etiology.
Question 7 Points: 1.00
Makes a goal measurable.
Question 8 Points: 1.00
The idea that an outcome can be consistently evaluated.
Question 9 Points: 1.00
The phase of the nursing process that involves establishing goals, outcomes, and interventions.
Question 10 Points: 1.00
There are three parts to the nursing diagnosis for this type of problem.
Question 11 Points: 1.00
A problem that is likely to develop.
Question 12 Points: 1.00
Problems that require a multidisciplinary approach.
Question 13 Points: 1.00
Statements about strengths.
Question 14 Points: 1.00
A list of standard nursing diagnoses
Question 15 Points: 1.00
This step follows the prioritization of nursing diagnoses.
Question 16 Points: 1.00
The collection of objective and subjective data.
Question 17 Points: 1.00
A series of complex, purposeful steps in planning care.
Question 18 Points: 1.00
Medical Diagnosis is a  Health issue that can be prevented, reduced, resolved, or enhanced through independent nursing measures
True
False
Question 19 Points: 1.00
THREE-PART NURSING DIAGNOSIS includes a Problem + Etiology + S/S
True
False
Question 20 Points: 1.00
Through the nursing process nurses can apply the knowledge, experience, judgment, and skills, as well as established standards of nursing practice to the formulation of a plan of nursing care.
True
False
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This process is the framework for the practice of nursing.
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The assessment process is best described as a process in which the nurse _________________.
Question 23 Points: 1.00
A nurse is admitting a patient who is confused and lethargic at times. The patient’s family is at the bedside. The nurse obtains information from the family regarding the patient. This type of data is considered:
Question 24 Points: 1.00
Components of the nursing diagnosis consist of the following:
Question 25 Points: 1.00
A “possible” nursing diagnosis is utilized when:
Question 26 Points: 1.00
Nursing diagnoses are ranked in order of priority of the patient’s health and safety issues. Which of the following nursing diagnoses would be of highest priority?
Question 27 Points: 1.00
Nursing interventions are:
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Clinical pathways are a _____________ plan that schedules clinical interventions over an anticipated time frame.
Question 29 Points: 1.00
During the evaluation phase the nurse should make one of three judgments regarding the desired outcome. These judgments regarding the outcome are:
Question 30 Points: 1.00
Case management is the assignment of a health care provider to a patient so the care of that patient is overseen by one individual. This individual typically is a(n):
Question 31 Points: 1.00
A formal plan of care for common and predictable problems.
Question 32 Points: 1.00
What term best describes the nature of the nursing process?

 

Question 33 Points: 1.00
A disoriented patient is admitted to the hospital accompanied by his spouse. From whom should the nurse collect subjective data on this patient?

 

Question 34 Points: 1.00
Prior to identifying accurate nursing diagnoses, what action must be taken by the nurse?

 

Question 35 Points: 1.00
A nurse admits a 5-year-old female to the postanesthesia unit following a tonsillectomy. The child is crying. What should be the nurse’s first action?

 

Question 36 Points: 1.00
Which statement is a correctly written example of an actual nursing diagnosis?

 

Question 37 Points: 1.00
Which long-term goal is written correctly?

 

 

Question 38 Points: 1.00
Which body is responsible for defining and disseminating information on nursing diagnoses?

 

Question 39 Points: 1.00
The statement “ongoing collection of data” best describes which phase of the nursing process?

 

Question 40 Points: 1.00
Which statement illustrates the most measurable outcome indicator?

 

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NANDA-I

Validation

NANDA-I

Outcomes process

Management process

Nursing process

Assessment process

orients the patient to the environmen

Assessment

collects information and analyzes da

collects data and reports data to the

collects subjective data and reports

objective.

subjective.

primary.

secondary

title, definition of the title, related facto

medical label, risk factors, and chara

nursing interventions, evaluation, and

Goal setting

label, definition of the problem, and o

there is no other option.

a problem is feasible

a problem arises and there is a poss

there are no problems or complicatio

Deficient knowledge related to disea

Ineffective breathing pattern related t

Impaired skin integrity related to imm

Ineffective coping mechanisms relat

broad and general statements.

steps to complete the evaluation pro

nurse selected or prescribed actions

part of the nursing diagnosis.

concise

collaborative

measured

multidisciplinary

managed, timely, or accurate.

accurate, concise, or patient-centere

achieved, not achieved, or partially a

reasonable, timely, or achieved.

nurse.

physician

insurance agent.

Cause

nurse practitioner.

Static

Linear

Dynamic

Predictable

An experienced nurse on the unit

The patient

s medical record

Nursing diagnosis

The patient

s wife

His physician

Reading the patient

s history

Setting realistic, measurable goals

Comparing evidence-based practice

Clustering related patient data

Tell the child that if she stops crying,

Check to see what pain medication i

Notify the surgeon of the child

s post

Assess the child to determine why sh

Impaired memory related to patient c

Risk for injury related to stumbling wh

Activity intolerance related to imbala

Ineffective health maintenance as ev

Patient will remain afebrile throughou

Patient will return to professional spo

Nurse will prevent bone infection thro

Patient will demonstrate accurate us

North American Nursing Diagnosis A

International and American Nurses A

Individual State Boards of Nursing

The Joint Commission

Evaluation

Implementation

Demonstrates dressing change

Shares innermost thoughts

Understands instructions

Shows personal remorse

Collaborative problem

Outcome

Measurability

Planning

Wellness diagnosis

Actual problem

Potential problem

The nursing process

Critical pathway

Collaborative problem