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What is an RCT?
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The highes level of experimental research when researchers test an intervention against the usual standard of care.
What does SOAPIE stand for?
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"Subjective, Objective, Assessment, Plan, Intervention, Evaluation"
What does PIE stand for?
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"Problem, Intervention, Evaluation"
____ records help determine the level of staffing required based upon how sick the patients are.
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Acuity
What does PICO stand for?
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"Population, Intervention, Comparison (of current methods), Outcome"
In a ____ the client's chart has a separate section for each discipline.
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Source record
What assessments does JCHAO require?
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"Physical, psychosocial, environment, self-care, client education, discharge planning"
What is the nurse's paradigm's links of interest?
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"Person, health, environment/situation, nursing"
____ helps nurses solve dilemmas in the clinical setting.
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Evidence Based Practice
In ____ the provider of care receives a predetermined capitated payment regardless of the services a client uses.
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Managed care
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What was the most significant influence regarding competition in health care costs?
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Prospective payment system
What does POMR document?
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"POMR- problem oriented medical record. Emphasize problems, organized by diagnosis. Has database, problem list, care plan, progress notes (SOAPIE, PIE etc.)"
The guidelines for quality documentation are reporting are?.
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"Factual, accurate, complete, current, organized"
"____ theories are broad in scope, complex, and require further specification. Provides structural framework for abstract ideas in nursing."
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Grand
"____ theories are more limited in scope and address a specific phenomena. ""Uncertainty,"" ""Incontinence,"" ""Social Support"""
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Middle-range
____ theories describe phenomena and speculate why it occurs. ____ theories relate to nursing interventions and outcomes.
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Descriptive; prescriptive
What does SPICES stand for?
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"Sleeping Problems, Problems with eating/feeding, Incontinence, Confusion, Evidence of falls, Skin breakdown"
What diseases can increase LDL values?
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"Hypothyroidism, nephrotic syndrome, diabetes mellitus"
What disease can decrease HDL values?
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"Type 2 diabetes, beta-adrenergic blockers, smoking, inactivity"
How does the body try to adapt to an increase in metabolic rate?
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The body breaks down protein stores (muscle) including respiratory muscles leading to an increase in carbon dioxide. The increase in carbon dioxide leads to and increase in rate and depth of respiration thus leading to hypoxemia.
  
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