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Nursing Process Terms Terms Ending in -Ology Legal/ Ethical Terms "At the same time" Terms Fluid & Electrolyte Terms
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What is Nursing Diagnosis?
The name given to a "related to ...as evidenced by" statement about a client
100
What is Psychology?
The study of the human mind
100
What is Restraint?
A physical or chemical means or device that restricts client's freedom to and ability to move about
100
What is Polypharmacy?
The term for taking many medications at the same time
100
What is Acidosis?
The condition of reduced pH in body fluids or tissues
200
What is Evaluation?
The name given to comparing goals with results. Written in PAST tense
200
What is Physiology?
The study of normal functions of living organisms
200
What is Autonomy?
Self-governance or the ability to make own decisions
200
What is Concomitant Symptoms?
The term for having several symptoms at the same time
200
What is Dehydration?
Common name for extracellular fluid deficit
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What is Planning?
The name given to SMART goals written in FUTURE tense
300
What is Pharmacology?
The medical branch concerned with uses, effects and modes of action of drugs
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What is Authority?
The power to dictate own nursing practice
300
What is Collaboration?
The term for several disciplines working together
300
What is Alkalosis?
The condition of elevated pH in body fluids or tissues
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What is Assessment?
The name given to information gathered about a client which will guide the treatment plan
400
What is Radiology?
The medical science dealing with x-rays
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What is Fidelity?
Keeping one's word or promises
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What is Drug interaction?
The term for reaction between drugs, drug and food or drug and supplement
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What is Edema?
Swelling resulting from excess fluid trapped in tissues
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What is Implementation?
The name given to nursing interventions written with ACTION word
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What is Neurology?
The medical branch concerned with the nervous system
500
What is Veracity?
Telling the truth
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What is Comorbidity?
The simultaneous presence of two chronic conditions in a patient
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What is Ph?
The measure of acidity or alkalinity




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