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Chronic Confusion: an irreversible, long-standing, and/or progressive deterioration of intellect and personality characterized by decreased ability to interpret environmental stimuli, decreased capacity for intellectual thought processes, and manifested by disturbances of memory, orientation, and behavior.
A major study found that where hospitals employed more nurses with at least a 4-year bachelor’s degree, fewer patients with dementia died after surgery.
Are you equipped with the right knowledge about Psychiatric Nursing? This 50-item examination includes various questions about Psychiatric Nursing, Personality Disorders, and Alcohol Withdrawal.
Cholinergic agonists act at the same site as the neurotransmitter acetylcholine (ACh) and increase the activity of the ACh receptor sites throughout the body. Cholinergic agonists act at the same site as the neurotransmitter acetylcholine (ACh) and increase the activity of the ACh receptor sites throughout the body.Cholinergic agonists act at the same site as the neurotransmitter acetylcholine (ACh) and increase the activity of the ACh receptor sites throughout the body. They are also called as parasympathomimetics.
This 20-item practice questions will test your knowledge on respiratory medications
This 15-item exam may have implications for treatment interventions that attempt to heighten functioning in the skilled nursing setting.
Nurses play a key role in the recognition of dementia among hospitalized elderly, with that here are 13 nursing care plans for Alzheimer's Disease.
Need another set of questions for Mental Health and Psychiatric Nursing? Here are 50 more questions to sharpen your critical thinking skills and prepare you for the actual NCLEX exam.
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NURSING SCHOOL SURVIVAL KIT
In this guide for nursing theories, we aim to help you understand what comprises a nursing theory and its importance, purpose, history, types or classifications, and give you an overview through summaries of selected nursing theories.