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Health Care

It refers to efforts that are made to maintain or restore physical, mental, or emotional well-being especially by trained and licensed Professional.

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Healthcare Process

It is a plan of actions or measures, and are carried out by a trained and licensed professional to restore the well-being of the patient.

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Healthcare Process

The actions that guide the health care provider in his/her approach to individuals, families and communities in an attempt to promote good health conditions and cope up with health problems.

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Healthcare Process

It is a method that is goal-oriented, systematic, and client-centered.

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Principles of Health Care

Goal-oriented, Client-centered, scientific and Problem-oriented

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Clien/Patient-Centered

Responsive

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Clien/Patient-Centered

Patient advocate

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Interpersonal

Interaction between the client and healthcare professional.

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Dynamic and Cyclical

Phases or stages of health care process.

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Assessment

What data is collected?

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Assessment

A phase of the healthcare process to establish a database about the client's response to health concerns and illness and the ability to manage health needs.

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Assessment

A phase of the healthcare process that involves collecting, organizing, validating and documenting client's data.

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Data Collection

A part of assessment wherein it is the process of gathering information regarding of client's health status.

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Data Collection

A part of assessment where it it undergoes health interviews, physical examination, and observation.

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Data Validation

A phase of the healthcare process wherein it undergoes the act of double checking or verifying data to confirm that they are accurate and factual.

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Planning

What is the Problem?

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Planning

A phase of the healthcare process wherein it is the setting of measurable and achievable short- and long- range goals for his or her patient.

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Planning

A phase of the healthcare process wherein it develops an individualized care plan that specifies client's goals/desired outcomes, and related healthcare interventions.

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Implementation

A phase of the healthcare process that assists the client to meet the desired goals/outcomes: promote wellness, prevent illness and disease; restore health; and facilitate coping with altered functioning.

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Implementation

A phase of the healthcare process where it involves carrying out or delegating and documenting the planned healthcare interventions.

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Implementation

A phase of the healthcare process where it involves recording the patient's response to healthcare actions.

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Evaluation

Did the plan work?

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Evaluation

A phase of the healthcare process where it checks if the desired outcome has been met.

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Evaluation

A phase of the healthcare process determines whether to continue, modify, or terminate the plan of care.

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Health History

It is typically done on admission to a hospital or a care agency, or with initial contact with community.

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Health History

It gives information (subjective data).

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Health History

It takes place before the physical assessment.

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Health History

It is the collection of data/information about the client's level of wellness, changes in life patterns, sociocultural role, and mental and emotional reactions to illness and other health conditions.

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Sources

A guideline in taking health history wherein it includes the information about the client, family or significant others, health team members, and the client's health record.

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Subjective Data

A guideline in taking health history wherein the information by the patient focuses on perceptions and feelings.

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Subjective Data

A guideline in taking health history that contains signs and symptoms.

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Subjective Data

A guideline in taking health history that contains the demographic information, patient and family information, about past and current medical conditions, and patient information about surgical procedures and social history.

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Physical Assessment

It involves collecting objective data using the techniques inspection, palpation, percussion and auscultation as appropriate.

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Inspection

A method of physical examination that includes the visual examination of the appearance of the client and the condition of each body part.

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Inspection

A method of physical examination that is the most difficult technique.

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Inspection

A method of physical examination that needs good lighting and exposure.

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Inspection

A method of physical examination that each body area is inspected for size, shape, color, position, symmetry and presence of abnormalities.

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Palpation

A method of physical examination wherein the examiner uses their sense of touch to elicit specific information. It is done to assess for any masses or lumps anywhere in the body.

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Functional Assessment

It assists the health care provider in collecting, organizing and categorizing data.

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Functional Assessment

Contained the Gordon's Functional Health Pattern.

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Gordon's Functional Health Pattern

Made by Marjory Gordon.

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Health Perception-Health Management Pattern

A part of functional assessment that includes a person's description of his/her current health.

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Health Perception-Health Management Pattern

A part of functional assessment that includes the activities that the person does to improve or maintain his health.

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Health Perception-Health Management Pattern

A part of functional assessment that includes the person's knowledge about links between lifestyle choices and health.

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Health Perception-Health Management Pattern

A part of functional assessment that includes the extent of person's problem on financing health care.

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Health Perception-Health Management Pattern

A part of functional assessment that includes the person's knowledge of the names of current medications he is taking and their purpose/s.

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Health Perception-Health Management Pattern

A part of functional assessment that includes the activities that the person does to prevent problems related to allergies.

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Health Perception-Health Management Pattern

A part of functional assessment that includes the person's knowledge about medical problems in the family.

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Health Perception-Health Management Pattern

A part of functional assessment that includes any important illnesses or injuries in this person's life.

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Nutrition-Metabolic pattern

A part of functional assessment that includes the person's nourishment.

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Nutrition-Metabolic pattern

A part of functional assessment that includes the person's food choices in comparison with recommended food intake.

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Nutrition-Metabolic pattern

A part of functional assessment that includes any disease that affects nutritional-metabolic function.

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Elimination pattern

A part of functional assessment that includes a person's excretory pattern.

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Elimination pattern

A part of functional assessment that includes any disease of the digestive system, urinary system or skin.

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Activity-Exercise pattern

A part of functional assessment that includes a person's description of his weekly pattern of activities, leisure, exercise and recreation.

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Activity-Exercise pattern

A part of functional assessment that includes any disease that affects his cardio-respiratory and/or musculoskeletal systems.

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Sleep-rest pattern

A part of functional assessment that means the person's sleep-wake cycle.

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Sleep-rest pattern

A part of functional assessment that includes a person's physical appearance (rested and relaxed).

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Cognitive-Perceptual pattern

A part of functional assessment that includes any sensory deficit and if corrected.

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Cognitive-Perceptual pattern

A part of functional assessment that includes a person's ability to express himself clearly and logically.

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Cognitive-Perceptual pattern

A part of functional assessment that includes a person's education.

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Cognitive-Perceptual pattern

A part of functional assessment that includes any disease that affects mental or sensory function.

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Cognitive-Perceptual pattern

A part of functional assessment that includes a person's pain description and causes.

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Self-Perception-Self-concept pattern

A part of functional assessment that includes anything unusual about the person's appearance.

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Self-Perception-Self-concept pattern

A part of functional assessment that mentions if the person is comfortable with his/her appearance.

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Role Relationship pattern

A part of functional assessment that includes the person's description of his various roles in life.

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Role Relationship pattern

A part of functional assessment the includes positive role models of his/her roles.

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Role Relationship pattern

A part of functional assessment the includes important relationship at present.

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Role Relationship pattern

A part of functional assessment that includes any big changes in role or relationship.

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Sexuality-Reproductive pattern

A part of functional assessment that includes a person's satisfaction with his situation related to sexuality.

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Sexuality-Reproductive pattern

A part of functional assessment that includes any disease/dysfunction of the reproductive system.

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Coping-Stress Tolerance pattern

A part of functional assessment that includes a person's means/actions of coping with problems.

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Coping-Stress Tolerance pattern

A part of functional assessment that mentions if coping actions can help of make things worse.

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Coping-Stress Tolerance pattern

A part of functional assessment that includes any treatment for emotional distress.

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Value-Belief pattern

A part of functional assessment that includes the principles that the person learn as a child which are still important to him/her.

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Value-Belief pattern

A part of functional assessment that includes a person's identification with any cultural, ethnic, religious, regional or other groups.

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Value-Belief pattern

A part of functional assessment that includes the support systems that the person has.

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Physical Examination

It is a complete health assessment generally conducted from head to toe.

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Physical Examination

It presents objective data.

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Physical Examination

In here, the examiner must have both technical skills and knowledge base to be effective.

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Physical Examination

In here, it involves the sense of sight, smell, touch and hearing.

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Sitting position

A kind of positioning the client for evaluating the skin, head and neck; eyes, ears, nose, mouth and throat; back; posterior thorax and lungs; anterior thorax and lungs; breast; axillae; heart; peripheral vasculature; musculoskeletal; neurological.

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Supine position/Horizontal recumbent

A kind of positioning the client for evaluating the head, neck, chest, breasts, axillae, abdomen, heart, lungs and all extremities.

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Dorsal recumbent position

A kind of positioning the client for evaluating the head, neck, chest, axillae, lungs, heart, extremities, breasts and peripheral pulses; female genitalia.

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Sim's position

A kind of positioning the client for rectal and vaginal area assessment.

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Standing position

A kind of positioning the client for assessment of posture, balance and gait; and male genitalia.

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Prone position

A kind of positioning the client for hip joint and back assessment.

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Knee-chest position

A kind of positioning the client for examining rectum and prostate.

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Lithotomy position

A kind of positioning the client for examining female genitalia, reproductive tracts, and the rectum.

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Fowler's position

A kind of positioning the client for evaluating the skin, head and neck; eyes, ears, nose, mouth and throat; thorax and lungs; heart and peripheral vascular, musculoskeletal; neurological.

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Side lying position/Lateral

A kind of positioning the client for evaluating skin, thorax and lungs.

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Inspection

A technique in physical assessment for concentrated watching. It involves using the senses of vision, smell and hearing. And it is also an ongoing process.

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Palpation

A technique in physical assessment wherein it shows the act of touching a patient in a therapeutic manner to elicit specific information.

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Light

It is a type of palpation wherein it reveals information on skin texture and moisture; overt, large or superficial masses; fluid, muscle guarding and superficial tenderness; for pulses and temperature. It is superficial, delicate and gentle palpation with 1 cm depth.

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Moderate

It is a type of palpation wherein it depressed the skin surface to 1 to 2 cm and use a circular motion to feel for easily palpable organs and masses.

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Deep

It is a type of palpation wherein it the depression between 2.5 to 5 cm allowing feeling very deep organs or structures that are covered by thick muscles. It is most often used for abdominal, male and female reproductive assessments.

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Bimanual

It is a type of palpation wherein it uses two hands placing one on each side of the body part being palpated.

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Percussion

It is a technique of striking one object against another to cause vibrations that produce sound. These sounds or vibrations enable the examiner to assess underlying structures.

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Auscultation

It is the act of active listening to body organs and it includes listening to both voluntary and involuntary sounds.

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Interview

The most common tool used in collecting patient health information.

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