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Test Bank for Kozier & Erb's Fundamentals of Nursing 10th Edition by Audrey Berman, Shirlee Snyder & Geralyn Frandsen - Complete Elaborated and Latest Test Bank. ALL Chapters[1-52]Included & Updated ... Fundamentals, Nursing, Test, Bank, Kozier, Erb, Complete, Edition, Updated, Practice, Evidence, Based, Theories, Legal, Aspects, Ethics, HealthCare, Systems, Process, Promotion, Lifespan, Development, Psychosocial. UNIT 1 The Nature of Nursing  Chapter: 1. Historical and Contemporary Nursing Practice  Chapter: 2. Evidence-Based Practice and Research in Nursing  Chapter: 3. Nursing Theories and Conceptual Frameworks  Chapter: 4. Legal Aspects of Nursing  Chapter: 5. Values, Ethics, and Advocacy  UNIT 2 Contemporary Health Care Chapter: 6. Health Care Delivery Systems 99 Chapter: 7. Community Nursing and Care Continuity  Chapter: 8. Home Care  Chapter: 9. Electronic Health Records and Information Technology UNIT 3 The Nursing Process  Chapter: 10. Critical Thinking and Clinical Reasoning Chapter: 11. Assessing  Chapter: 12. Diagnosing  Chapter: 13. Planning  Chapter: 14. Implementing and Evaluating  Chapter: 15. Documenting and Reporting  UNIT 4¿Health Beliefs and Practices  Chapter: 16. Health Promotion  Chapter: 17. Health, Wellness, and Illness  Chapter: 18. Culturally Responsive Nursing Care  Chapter: 19. Complementary and Alternative Healing Modalities  UNIT 5 Lifespan Development  Chapter: 20. Concepts of Growth and Development  Chapter: 21. Promoting Health from Conception Through Adolescence  Chapter: 22. Promoting Health in Young and Middle-Aged Adults  Chapter: 23. Promoting Health in Older Adults  Chapter: 24. Promoting Family Health  UNIT 6 Integral Aspects of Nursing  Chapter: 25. Caring  Chapter: 26. Communicating  Chapter: 27. Teaching Chapter: 28. Leading, Managing, and Delegating UNIT 7 Assessing Health Chapter: 29. Vital Signs  Chapter: 30. Health Assessment  UNIT 8¿Integral Components of Client Care  Chapter: 31. Asepsis  Chapter: 32. Safety  Chapter: 33. Hygiene  Chapter: 34. Diagnostic Testing Chapter: 35. Medications  Chapter: 36. Skin Integrity and Wound Care Chapter: 37. Perioperative Nursing  UNIT 9 Promoting Psychosocial Health  Chapter: 38. Sensory Perception  Chapter: 39. Self-Concept  Chapter: 40. Sexuality  Chapter: 41. Spirituality  Chapter: 42. Stress and Coping  Chapter: 43. Loss, Grieving, and Death  UNIT 10 Promoting Physiological Health  Chapter: 44. Activity and Exercise  Chapter: 45. Sleep  Chapter: 46. Pain Management  Chapter: 47. Nutrition 1 Chapter: 48. Urinary Elimination  Chapter: 49. Fecal Elimination  Chapter: 50. Oxygenation  Chapter: 51. Circulation  Chapter: 52. Fluid, Electrolyte, and Acid—Base Balance  Test Bank - Kozier & Erb's Fundamentals of Nursing 10E by Berman;Snyder & Frandsen - CompleteTest Bank - Fundamentals of Nursing -2020 -Kozier & Erb’s Fundamentals of Nursing, 10Ed-Chapter 29 31 32 33 An older client has an oral temperature reading of 97.2 degrees F. The nurse realizes that this client’s low temperature could be due to which observation? 1. The anxiety level of the client has increased. 2. Hormones have fluctuated in this client. 3. Muscle activity has increased during the client’s therapy session. 4. Loss of subcutaneous fat is notedTest Bank - Fundamentals of Nursing -2020 -Kozier & Erb’s Fundamentals of Nursing, 10Ed-Chapter 29 31 32 33The nurse is setting up a sterile field. Which action by the nurse best exhibits surgical asepsis? 1. Disinfecting an item before adding it to a sterile field 2. Allowing sterile gloved hands to fall below the waist 3. Suctioning the oral cavity of an unconscious client 4. Touching only the inside surface of the first glove while pulling it onto the handThe nurse is planning care for an older client. Which safety hazard should the nurse take into consideration when planning this care? 1. Burns 2. Drowning 3. Poisoning 4. SuffocationThe nurse is preparing to provide morning care to a client. What should the nurse explain to the client as the reason for a daily bath? 1. Assess skin integrity 2. Develop a nurse–client relationship 3. Moisturize the skin 4. Stimulate circulation [Show More]

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