M.36-1: Dynamic Study Module The Nursing Process

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NSG 100: Introduction to Nursing Concepts Sp 2020
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The nurse is formulating a plan of care for a pregnant patient. One goal set by the nurse is that the patient should attend all prenatal classes.
Which step should the nurse take to motivate the patient to attain the goal?
The nurse determines that the patient has not met the plan of care for the nursing diagnosis Skin Integrity, Impaired because the wound has not healed within the time frame specified. The nurse chooses to revise the plan of care.
Which step should the nurse perform first?

A patient is admitted to the hospital with pneumonia. The nurse develops a plan of care with a nursing diagnosis of Impaired Gas Exchange related to inadequate ventilation secondary to atelectasis.
Which goal includes all elements of a goal statement?

The nurse is developing a plan of care for a patient with the nursing diagnosis Impaired Physical Mobility related to inactivity secondary to arthritis. The nurse and patient develop a goal of ambulating the hall three times a day with a wheeled walker.
Which purpose should this goal help achieve?
The nurse is caring for a patient who has difficulty breathing.
Which nursing action would be considered independent?
The nurse is examining the following nursing diagnosis statement: Risk for Impaired Skin Integrity related to decreased peripheral circulation secondary to diabetes.
The use of "secondary to" in this diagnosis reflects which component?

Which statement describes the evaluation phase of the nursing process?

Which short-term goal should the nurse view as appropriate for a patient with the nursing diagnosis Deficient Knowledge related to disease process secondary to diabetes?

The nurse evaluates the plan of care for a patient admitted with pneumonia who still has difficulty breathing related to an ineffective breathing pattern.
Which step should the nurse include to select new interventions for the plan of care?

The nurse is explaining how to develop an appropriate nursing diagnosis.
Which participant statement indicates an appropriate understanding?
The nurse is developing a plan of care for a patient admitted to the hospital for pneumonia.
Which phase of the nursing process will the nurse use to develop interventions?

The nurse is reviewing assessment data collected from a patient with pneumonia.
Which data should the nurse identify as subjective?
The nurse is evaluating the current plan of care for a patient who is receiving care in a long-term healthcare facility. The evaluation indicates that the patient is not meeting goals related to mobility.
Which is an appropriate nursing action at this time?
The nurse is implementing care for patients in an acute care facility and asks a patient about dietary restrictions related to religion or ethnicity.
Which nursing goal is the nurse meeting with this question?
The nurse is presenting how to differentiate between patient goals and outcomes.
Which statement by the nurse is accurate?
The nurse is supervising an unlicensed assistive personnel (UAP).
Which task should the nurse delegate to the UAP?
The nurse has developed a plan of care for a patient with a specific goal. The patient was unable to meet the goal by the stated time frame.
Before revising the goal, which step must the nurse perform?

A patient is admitted to the hospital with pneumonia. The nurse develops a plan of care with a nursing diagnosis of Impaired Gas Exchange related to inadequate ventilation secondary to atelectasis.
Which goal includes all elements of a goal statement?

The nurse determines the following nursing diagnosis for a patient: Impaired Urinary Elimination related to retention secondary to enlarged prostate.
Which portion represents Axis 3 in the nursing diagnosis?

The nurse is providing care to a patient who recently had back surgery.
Which nursing action is a collaborative nursing activity?

The nurse is caring for a patient with schizophrenia. The patient is at risk for disturbed thought process.
Which nursing intervention could the nurse implement without an order from the healthcare provider?

The nurse is planning interventions for a patient with a nursing diagnosis of Activity Intolerance related to weakness, as evidenced by inability to walk two steps.
Which part of the nursing diagnosis statement is used as the framework for planning nursing interventions?
The nurse is preparing to discharge a patient after a hospital stay.
Which task should the nurse perform to determine if goals have been met?

The nurse is caring for a patient who has difficulty breathing.
Which nursing action would be considered independent?