NURS 301 Exam 3 Health Assessment Focus Review Topics

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NURS 301 Exam 3 Health Assessment Focus Review Topics – Nevada State College

Exam  Coverage:   Chapters 7, 24, 25, 28,32                                                                             

CHAPTER 7
  • Describe erik erikson’s stages of psychosocial development (stages) and assessment findings
  • Review kohlberg’s stages of moral development
  • Differentiate between normal and abnormal findings of psychosocial, cognitive, and moral development / describe findings frequently seen when assessing the older client’s psychosocial, cognitive, and moral development
CHAPTER 24
  • Describe osteoporosis and identify risk factors and its prevention
  • What questions to ask during collection of subjective data regarding client’s muscles, joints, and bones
  • Explain the modifications required in physical examination of the elderly client owing to the restricted movements and age-related changes/ describe the findings frequently seen with assessing the older client’s musculoskeletal system
  • Explain the technique of inspection, palpation, and rom assessment of the musculoskeletal system.
  • Describe phalen and tinel’s testing
  • Differentiate between normal and abnormal findings of the musculoskeletal system.
CHAPTER 25
  • Discuss risk factors associated with a cerebral vascular accident (cva), commonly known as a stroke, across the cultures and ways to reduce one’s risks risk assessment
  • Topics to reduce a client’s risk for stroke and to promote health: review the warning signs of stroke (nsa, 2016)
  • Discuss risk factors for stroke many of which can be controlled other stroke risk factors, many of which can be controlled:
  • Discuss teaching topics to reduce a client’s risk for stroke and to promote health
  • Review warning signs and signs and symptoms of stroke
  • Describe fast to remember the warning signs of a stroke
  • Describe glasgow coma scale and interpretation of scores
  • When is cam assessment used?
  • Describe the components of the peripheral nervous system
  • List the 12 cranial nerves and explain their functions and techniques for assessment and normal and abnormal findings/ describe the procedure involved in assessment of cranial nerves i, ii, iii, iv, v, vi, vii, viii, ix, x, xi, xii. Describe the romberg test
  • Describe the tests in assessing cerebellar function
  • Describe the findings frequently seen with assessing the older client’s musculoskeletal system
  • Describe the assessment of touch sensation, pain sensation, and temperature sensation
  • Describe the assessment of vibratory sensation and position sensitivity
  • Explain the assessment of tactile discrimination
  • Eescribe the techniques of testing deep tendon reflexes
  • Describe the techniques to elicit kernig and brudzinski sign
  • Describe normal and abnormal findings of the neurologic system.
CHAPTER 28
  • Explain how to prepare yourself and the client for a complete head-to-toe integrated physical examination.
  • Explain the assessments that can be integrated with assessment of other body systems
  • Explain the key subjective data to be collected
CHAPTER 32
  • Explain the importance of assessment of functional status in the elderly client when collecting subjective and objective data
  • Describe the variations of presentation of illness in elderly clients
  • Differentiate between common variations and the atypical presentation of disease and illness (known as geriatric syndromes) seen in the older adult.
  • Describe the assessment of functional status through katz’s activities of daily living and lawton scale for instrumental activities of daily living

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