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height and weight, BP, and screening for cervical cancer and HIV

height and weight, BP, and screening for cervical cancer and HIV
Physical examination
Physical examination
What the person says about himself or herself during history taking
Subjective data
Subjective data
Subjective data and Objective data, together with the patient's record and laboratory studies, these elements form the
Database
Database
is the process of analyzing health data and drawing conclusions to identify diagnoses.
Diagnostic reasoning
Diagnostic reasoning
this is for a limited or short-term problem, its concerns mainly one problem, one cue complex, or one body system.
Focused or Problem-Centered Database
Focused or Problem-Centered Database
Depression
screening
screening
What you as the health professional observe by inspecting, percussing, palpating, and auscultating during the physical examination
Objective data
Objective data
Is the collection of dad about a person's health state.
Assessment
* A clear definition of health is importatn because this determines which assessment data should be collected.
Assessment  <br />* A clear definition of health is importatn because this determines which assessment data should be collected.
Is characterized by immediate recognition of patterns; expert practitioners learn to attend to a pattern of assessment data and act without consciously labeling it
Intuition
Intuition
The conviction that all patients deserve to be treated with the most current and best-practice techniques let to the development of
evidence-based practice (EBP)
evidence-based practice (EBP)
include multivitamin with folic acid (females capable of or planning pregnancy)
Chemoprophylaxis
Chemoprophylaxis
Has no experience with a specified patient population and uses rules to guide performance
Novice
Novice
counseling, including lipid disorder screening and obesity screening
Healthy diet
Healthy diet
Views the mind, body, and spirit as interdependent and functioning as a whole within the environment.
Holistic health
Holistic health
This is an urgent, rapid collection of crucial information and often is complied concurrently with lifesaving measures
Emergency Database

*Clearly the emergency database reequires more rapid collection of data than the episodic database. Once the person has been stabilized, a complete database can be compiled.
Emergency Database  <br /> <br />*Clearly the emergency database reequires more rapid collection of data than the episodic database. Once the person has been stabilized, a complete database can be compiled.
The status of any identified problems should be evaluated at regular and appropriate intervals. This type of database is used in all settings to follow up both short-term and chronic health problems
Follow-up database
Follow-up database
dietary intake, physical activity, tobacco/alcohol/ drug use, and sexual practices.
screening history
screening history
The standards of pratice in nursing traditionally include six phases: assessment, diagnosis, outcome identification, planning, implementation, and elevation
Nursing Process
Nursing Process
This includes a complete health history and a full physical examination. It describes the current and past health state and forms a baseline against which all future changes can be measured. Collecting the complete database is an opportunity to build and strengthen your relationship with the patient
Complete (Total Health) Database
Complete (Total Health) Database
for physical activity and risk prevention
counseling
counseling
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