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Test Bank for Nursing Interventions & Clinical Skills, 6th Edition, Anne Griffin Perry, Patricia A. Potter, Wendy Ostendorf, ISBN: 9780323187947, ISBN: 9780323297837, ISBN: 9780323241168, ISBN: 9780323241205, ISBN: 9780323262439
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Unit I: Quality and Safety in Nursing Practice Chapter 1: Using Evidence in Nursing Practice • Steps of Evidence-Based Practice • Evidence in Nursing Skills Chapter 2: Communication & Collaboration • Skill 2.1 Establishing the Nurse-Patient Relationship and Interviewing • Skill 2.2 Communicating with Patients Who Have Difficulty Coping • Skill 2.3 Communications with Cognitively Impaired Patients • Procedural Guideline 2.1 Hand-Off Communications • Procedural Guideline 2.2 S-BAR Communication • Skill 2.4 Discharge Planning and Transitional Care NEW! Chapter 3: Documentation and Informatics • Procedure Guideline 3.1 Documenting Nurses’ Progress Notes • Procedural Guideline 3.2 Using an Electronic Medical Record • Procedural Guideline 3.3 Documenting an Incident Occurrence Chapter 4: Patient Safety & Quality Improvement • Skill 4.1 Fall Prevention in a Health Care Setting • Skill 4.2 Designing a Restraint Free Environment • Skill 4.3 Applying Physical Restraints • Skill 4.4 Seizure Precautions • Skill 4.5 Fire, Electrical, and Radiation Safety Chapter 5: Infection Control • Skill 5.1 Hand Hygiene • Skill 5.2 Applying Personal Protective Equipment • Skill 5.3 Caring for Patients under Isolation Precautions • Skill 5.4 Preparing a Sterile Field • Skill 5.6 Applying Sterile Gloves Unit II: Patient Assessment Skills Chapter 6: Vital Signs • Skill 6.1 Measuring Body Temperature • Skill 6.2 Assessing Pulse: Apical • Skill 6.3 Assessing Pulse: Radial • Procedural Guideline 6.1 Assessing Pulse: Apical Radial • Skill 6.4 Assessing Respirations • Skill 6.5 Assessing Blood Pressure • Procedural Guideline 6.2 Assessing Blood Pressure Electronically Chapter 7: Health Assessment • Skill 7.1 General Survey • Procedural Guideline 7.1 Monitoring Intake and Output • Skill 7.2 Assessing the Head and Neck • Skill 7.3 Assessing the Thorax and Lungs • Skill 7.4 Cardiovascular Assessment • Skill 7.5 Assessing the Abdomen • Skill 7.6 Assessing the Genitalia and Rectum • Skill 7.7 Musculoskeletal and Neurological Assessment Chapter 8: Specimen Collection • Skill 8.1 Urine Specimen Collection • Procedural Guideline 8.1 Collecting a Timed Urine Specimen • Procedural Guideline 8.2 Urine Testing • Skill 8.2 Testing for Gastrointestinal Alterations — Gastroccult Test, Stool Specimen, and Hemoccult Test • Skill 8.3 Collecting Specimens from the Nose and Throat • Skill 8.4 Collecting a Sputum Specimens • Skill 8.5 Obtaining Wound Drainage Specimens • Skill 8.6 Blood Glucose Monitoring • Skill 8.7 Performing Venipuncture Chapter 9: Diagnostic Procedures • Skill 9.1 Contrast Media Studies: Ateriogram (Angiogram), Cardiac Catheterization, Intravenous Pyelogram • Skill 9.2 Care of Patients Undergoing Aspirations — Bone Marrow, Lumbar Puncture, Paracentesis, and Thoracentesis • Skill 9.3 Care of Patients Undergoing Bronchoscopy • Skill 9.4 Care of Patients Undergoing Gastrointestinal Endoscopy • Skill 9.5 Obtaining an Electrocardiogram Unit 3: Basic Human Needs Chapter 10: Bathing and Personal Hygiene • Skill 10.1 Complete Bathing • Procedural Guideline 10.1 Perineal Care • Procedural Guideline 10.3 Oral Care • Procedural Guideline 10.4 Care of Dentures • Procedural Guideline 10.5 Hair Care – Combing, Shampooing, Shaving • Procedural Guideline 10.6 Nail & Foot Care • Procedural Guideline 10.6 Bed Making – Occupied • Procedural Guideline 10.7 Bed Making – Unoccupied and Surgic