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Table of Contents, Introduction, CH 1 The NurseThink Way of Thinking 1 CH 2 Next Gen Clinical Judgment 5. NurseThink Prioritization Power 2 THIN Thinking with Go To Clinical Cases 7. NurseThink THIN Thinking 2 Study Time Examples 8, Concept Overview. CH 3 Unfolding Concepts I 12 CH 4 Unfolding Concepts II 28. Reproduction 13 Mobility 29, Sexuality 14 Sensory 30. Perfusion 15 Comfort 31, Clotting 16 Coping 32, Immunity Inflammation Infection 17 Mood and Affect 33. Acid Base Balance 18 Grief 34, Fluid Balance 19 Cognitive Functioning 35.
Electrolyte Balance 20, Oxygenation Gas Exchange 21. Cellular Regulation 22, Intracranial Regulation 23. Thermoregulation 24, Nutrition and Digestion 25, Elimination 26. Metabolism 27, Clinical Cases Exemplars, CH 5 Sexuality 37 CH 7 Protection 73. Case 1 Infertility Conception and Complications 38 Case 1 Healthcare Acquired Infections Catheter. Case 2 Pregnancy with Delivery 44 associated urinary tract infection CAUTI 74. Conceptual Debriefing Case Reflection 50 Case 2 Hypersensitivity Reaction and Abdominal Pain 82. Conceptual Quiz Fundamentals and Advanced 51 Conceptual Debriefing Case Reflection 90. Conceptual Quiz Fundamentals and Advanced 91, CH 6 Circulation 53.
Case 1 Impaired Coronary Perfusion and Chest Pain 54 CH 8 Homeostasis 92. Case 2 Decreased Perfusion from Hypertension and Heart Case 1 Acid Base Imbalance from Aspirin Overdose 93. Failure 61 Case 2 Electrolyte imbalance and fluid overload from. Conceptual Debriefing Case Reflection 70 acute renal insufficiency 101. Conceptual Quiz Fundamentals and Advanced 71 Conceptual Debriefing Case Reflection 109. Conceptual Quiz Fundamentals and Advanced 110, Table of Contents. Clinical Cases Exemplars Continued, CH 9 Respiration 111 CH 14 Comfort 207. Case 1 Impaired Oxygenation with Secondary Infection 112 Case 1 Impaired Tissue Integrity and Pain 208. Case 2 Impaired Oxygenation and Gas Exchange from Fluid Case 2 Acute Pain 217. Accumulation 122 Conceptual Debriefing Case Reflection 229. Conceptual Debriefing Case Reflection 130 Conceptual Quiz Fundamentals and Advanced 230. Conceptual Quiz Fundamentals and Advanced 131, CH 15 Adaptation 232. CH 10 Regulation 133 Case 1 Stress Crisis and Coping 233. Case 1 Abnormal Cell Growth 134 Case 2 Substance Abuse and Addiction 240. Case 2 Intracranial Regulation with Brain Injury 141 Conceptual Debriefing Case Reflection 246. Conceptual Debriefing Case Reflection 147 Conceptual Quiz Fundamentals and Advanced 247. Conceptual Quiz Fundamentals and Advanced 148, CH 16 Emotion 248. CH 11 Nutrition 149, SE ON Case 1 Anxiety and Grief 249.
Case 1 Weight Loss and Constipation 150 Case 2 Bipolar Disorder with Depression 256. Case 2 Infection and Liver Impairment 158 Conceptual Debriefing Case Reflection 264. Conceptual Debriefing Case Reflection 166 Conceptual Quiz Fundamentals and Advanced 265. Conceptual Quiz Fundamentals and Advanced 167, CH 17 Cognition 267. CH 12 Hormonal 169 Case 1 Confusion Dementia and Loss of Independence. Case 1 Metabolic Syndrome and Diabetes 170 268, Case 2 Pituitary Tumor with Removal 177 Case 2 Cognitive Impairment from Brain Attack 275. Conceptual Debriefing Case Reflection 184 Conceptual Debriefing Case Reflection 282. Conceptual Quiz Fundamentals and Advanced 185 Conceptual Quiz Fundamentals and Advanced 283. CH 13 Movement 186, Case 1 Movement Disorder with Fall Injury 187. Case 2 Movement Impaired Nerve and Sensory Function. Conceptual Debriefing Case Reflection 204, Conceptual Quiz Fundamentals and Advanced 205. Care of the Multi Concept Client, CH 18 Multi Concept Client 285.
Case 1 Depression Sexuality Glucose Regulation Case 4 Fluid and Electrolyte Imbalance Hormonal. Protection 286 Imbalance Glucose Regulation Perfusion 309. Case 2 Neurocognitive and Endocrine Disorders 293 Case 5 Multiple Organ Dysfunction from Trauma and Shock. Case 3 Cellular Regulation Emotion Grief Perfusion 302 317. Case 6 Emergency Response Planning 326, Focused Index for Go To Clinical Cases. Acid base imbalance 93 112 317 Endocrine disorder 93 293 326 Pediatrics 82 158 286 326. Adaptation 54 233 249 256 286 Falls 187 268 Perfusion 61 101 208 275 309. Addiction 158 233 240 Family 38 82 93 208 268 286 Pharmacology 61 177 217 240 286. Adolescent 141 233 286 Fluid electrolyte imbalance 93 101 Pregnancy 38 44 158. Alzheimer s 268 150 170 177 187 317 Pressure ulcer 208. Anemia 101 302 309 317 Fracture 74 195 326 Protection 74 208 214. Angina 54 Gas exchange 112 122 275 302 309 Psychosis 293. Anxiety 141 233 249 Gastrointestinal 82 158 275 Pulmonary embolism 187. Arthritis 74 93 249 Grief 38 134 233 249 302 326 Renal disease 61 293 309 317. Asthma 82 268 Health promotion 54 112 Reproduction 38 44. Heart failure 61, Bipolar disorder 256 Respirations 112 256 273 302. Bleeding hemorrhage 158 275 Hemorrhage 158 275 326 317 326. 293 302 326 Hepatic impairment 158 Restraints 268, Blood transfusion 302 317 Homeostasis 93 293 309 Role development 195 240. Brain attack 275 Homosexual 38 286 Safety 93 112 150 158 187 208 326. Brain injury 141 Hospice 134 Seizure 141 326, Burns 217 Hormonal 38 101 170 177 Self management 233 249 256. Cancer 134 177 302 Hypertension 61 249 268 275 293 Sensation 208 309. Cellular regulation 169 187 302 Impaired tissue integrity 208 Sexuality 38 286. Chronic obstructive pulmonary Incident report 195 Shock 317 326. disease 112 268 Infection 38 74 101 112 158 187 Sickle cell anemia 326. Circulation 54 61 101 208 275 Infertility 38 Sleep 233 249. Clinical calculations 54 112 Inflammatory bowel 286 Smoking 112 275 302 309. Clotting 44 54 275 302 Immunity inflammation 44 82 93 Stress 38 54 233 286 293. Comfort 44 74 233 240 286 208 268 286 Stroke 275 309. Communication 74 93 122 195 Intracranial regulation 141 177 Substance abuse 158 233 240. Complimentary therapy 134 177 Labor and delivery 38 44 256 317. Confusion 93 268 275 293 302 Lesbian 38 Suicide 256 286. Constipation 150 Legal issues 54 61 122 Surgery 54 74 82 177. Coping 54 134 187 233 240 249 Mass casualty 326 Teaching 44 233 249 286. 256 293 Medication error 61 177 Thyroid disease 293. Culture and spirituality 101 177 233 Metabolic syndrome 170 Tissue integrity 208. Death and dying 134 326 Mobility 61 187 208 240 275 Tobacco use 275 302 309. Delegation 112 122 195 Myocardial Infarction 326 Transgender 286. Dementia 268 293 Mood 134 233 240 249 Trauma 141 317 326. Depression 134 187 208 256 286 Narcotics 217 240 Triage 326. 302 Neurological concerns 141 275 326 Violence 38 233. Developmental level 158 233 286 Nutrition 38 170 208 275 286 Wellness 233 249 256 286. Diabetes 44 101 170 268 286 Obesity 61 170 275 Wound care 208. Older adult 93 208 208 268 275, Elderly 93 208 208 268 275 293 302.
Opioid addiction 240 256, Elimination 101 150 187 195 302. Oxygenation 112 122 275 302 309, Emotion 134 208 249 256 302. Pain 44 93 208 217 240 326, About the Authors, Dr Tim Bristol is a nurse Karin J Sherrill is a Nurse. educator from Minneapolis Educator with a passion for. Minnesota He has taught faculty development test, students at all levels to item writing active. include LPN ADN BSN teaching strategies and, MSN and PhD Through the integration of the.
NCLEX reviews and clinical judgment model in, coaching NurseTim nursing education She has. brings clinical judgment to taught ADN and BSN students locally and. life for students and faculty at all levels He works internationally for almost three decades Karin has. with programs and organizations internationally worked closely with publishing and technology. on everything from student remediation and companies as well as testing and professional. retention to exams and curricular success He organizations to advance student success and. helps ensure that clinical is the focus of everything nursing education She loves to develop ways to. that happens in nursing education He also enjoys escalate the level of thinking and decision making. working internationally and leads many service of the future bedside nurse Karin s favorite. learning trips each year with his wife and four classroom saying is If your brain doesn t hurt I. children Over the past 12 years he has led over haven t done my job. 600 travelers abroad focusing on community, development and nursing. Letter From the Authors, Every minute that you study should feel as if you are standing next to the client whether it s in their. home in their hospital room in their community or at their school By studying this way you are learning. in the same way that you will apply new information as a professional nurse It is about developing a habit. of collecting clinical cues analyzing the information and prioritizing the actions The clients in this book. will help you study as if you are the nurse providing the care it creates realism You will learn by helping. each person in this book navigate a very difficult but realistic health related experience We hope you. will address each of these clients with the seriousness and professionalism that they deserve They are. real From our experience you will save time studying by developing these key habits of NurseThink and. Clinical Judgment Making it real will allow you to become the thinking nurse you are striving to be. vi NurseThink com, Reviewers and Contributors, Mary Boyce MSN RN CCRN CNE Paige J Lodien. Nursing Faculty Nursing Student, Mesa Community College Crown College.
Mesa AZ St Bonifacius MN, Anne Brett PhD RN Linda Merritt PhD RNC NIC CNE. Faculty Assistant Professor, College of Doctoral Studies at University of Phoenix Texas Woman s University. Consultation Manager NurseTim Inc Dallas TX, Germantown WI. Melissa Moser MSN RN CNEcl, Kristofer Bristol BSN RN Assistant Professor of Nursing. Registered Nurse Lake Region State College, University of Minnesota Medical Center Devils Lake ND.
Minneapolis MN, Jason Mott PhD RN CNE, Clare Buck Assistant Professor. Nursing Student University of Wisconsin, Clemson University Oshkosh WI. Clemson SC, SE ON Darcy A Nelson PhD RN HN BC, Roni Collazo PhD RN Nursing Faculty. Division Chair Ridgewater College, Estrella Mountain Community College Hutchinson MN. Avondale AZ, Nicole C Orent MSN RN CNE, Elise Dando MSN RN Nursing Faculty.
Registered Nurse Scottsdale Community College, Mayo Clinic Hospital Scottsdale AZ. Phoenix AZ, L Jane Rosati EdD MSN RN ANEF, Susan Feinstein MSN RN CNS BC Professor. Nursing Faculty Daytona State College, Cochran School of Nursing Daytona Beach FL. Yonkers NY, Kathryn Shaffer EdD MSN RN CNE, Jennifer S Graber EdD PMHNP BC Assistant Professor. Assistant Professor Thomas Jefferson University College of Nursing. University of Delaware Philadelphia PA, Bryan M Sherrill BS BA EIT.
Mark C Hand PhD RN CNE Graduate Student, Department Chair BSN Nursing Columbia University. East Carolina University New York NY, Greenville NC. Winsome Stephenson PhD MSN RN CNE, Maria Harmann MSN RN Nurse Educator. Nursing Faculty NurseTim Inc, GateWay Community College Waconia MN. Phoenix AZ, Stephanie W Terry Ph D RN CNE, Judith W Herrman PhD RN ANEF FAAN Nurse Educator.
Professor Emerita NurseTim Inc, University of Delaware School of Nursing Waconia MN. Melissa Williams MSN Ed RN CPN, Barbara Horning ASN RN Nursing Faculty. Registered Nurse Glendale Community College, Good Samaritan Society Glendale AZ. Waconia MN, NurseTim com vii, Scan QR Code to access the. 1 10 Minute Mentor, NurseThink com casestudy book, The NurseThink.
Way of Thinking, The NurseThink Way of Thinking uses a conceptual approach to apply Next Gen Clinical Judgment The. strategies of Prioritization Power and THIN Thinking allow the student to develop a systematic way of improving. clinical judgment in the classroom lab simulation and clinical. Classroom Lab Sim, Success Prioritization Success, NurseThink. WAY OF THINKING, Conceptual THIN, NCLEX Approach Thinking Clinical. Success Success, NurseTim com Chapter 1 Introduction 1. NurseThink Conceptual Approach, A conceptual approach to learning helps to save time studying Using the process of compare and contrast a.
student can learn at a higher level than with just memorization For example reviewing the concept of oxygenation. can be addressed consistently in a variety of conditions known as exemplars Whether a client is experiencing. an oxygenation problem from pneumonia pulmonary edema or a pulmonary embolus the nurse s actions to. address the oxygenation deficit are similar For this reason it is important for the nurse to recognize problems. of oxygenation and intervene safely regardless of the underlying cause or illness The habits formed by the. NurseThink conceptual approach will develop clinical judgment that guides the nurse towards the best action. NurseThink Next Gen Clinical Judgment, NurseThink Next Gen Clinical Judgment originates from evidence and best practices in nursing education The. focus of Next Gen Learning is to apply clinical judgment also known as the doing that happens after critical. thinking and clinical decision making Next Gen Learning includes the recognition of clinical cues that alert the. nurse to formulate and prioritize a hypothesis about which actions need to be taken Once the action is taken the. nurse needs to determine if it was effective and re evaluate the hypothesis if n. Case 4 Fluid and Electrolyte Imbalance Hormonal Imbalance Glucose Regulation Perfusion 309 Case 5 Multiple Organ Dysfunction from Trauma and Shock 317 Case 6 Emergency Response Planning 326 SECTION 3 Clinical Cases amp Exemplars Continued Sample ONLY Not for USE Resale Acid base imbalance 93 112 317 Adaptation 54 233 249 256 286 Addiction 158 233 240 Adolescent 141 233

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