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What are the 5 main characteristics of the transmission model of communication
information source, transmitter, channel, receiver, destination
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what are the 4 key characteristics of Peplau's theory of personal relations
orientation, identification, exploitation, resolution
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what is Egan (2002) SOLER acronym
Sit squarely, open posture, lean forward, eye contact, relax
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do service users still have the right to confidentiality after death
yes
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health care professionals are able to breach confidentiality even if the patient poses no harm to themselves or the public.
no
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use of abbreviations are common problems in documentation
yes
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what does SBAR stand for
situation, background, assessment, recommendation
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A patient scoring 1-4 on NEWS should be monitored hourly
no
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what level of critical care would a patient be if their NEWS score is 7+
level 2 or 3
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what is the correct way for donning PPE
wash hands, apron, mask, goggles, gloves
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what is the correct way for doffing PPE
gloves, goggles, gown, mask, wash hands
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hyperpnoea is the definition for laboured, abnormally deep breathing
yes
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average RR is considered 12-20BPM
yes
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Febrile is the definition of no fever
no
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where is the Aprical pulse located
pulse point on your chest at bottom tip of your heart
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what is the definition of systolic blood pressure
measure of force on the walls of your arteries during contraction phase
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where is the pulse reading for the popliteal artery located
knee
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Sp02 scale 2 in NEWS is used for COPD patients
no
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where is an axillary temperature measurement taken place
under shoulder joint/ armpit
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average glucose measurement is 4-7mmol/L
yes
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where is glucagon produced
pancreas
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what is hypoglycemia caused by
low blood sugar
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emesis is associated by which two actions located in the medulla oblongeta
vomiting centre, chemo-receptor trigger zone
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what are the two mechanisms of vomiting
neurological, peripheral
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_ is the word to describe grey/ white sputum in patients with COPD
mucoid
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copremesis is the presence of_ in vomit
faeces
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haematemesis is the presence of_ in vomit
blood
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what is the calculation of BMI
BMI=mass(KG) divided by Height (M) squared
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name the 6 characteristics of sepsis 6
oxygen, blood culture, IV antibiotics, fluids, Lactate, Measure urine output
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what are the 5 characteristics of ACVPU
alert, confusion, voice, pain, unresponsive
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ABCDE stands for airway, breathing, circulation, disclosure, exposure
no
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sepsis is measured in low, medium, and high risk score
yes
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an individual is suffering from hypovolemic shock, what is the cause of hypovolemic shock?
too little blood volume
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if an Indiviudal is getting an urgent assessment with a clinician and there are possibilities of the indiviudual to transfer to a critical care plan what score is the patient currently on?
score 5 or 3 in one parameter
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