Immobility, incontinence, and impaired sensation may combine to place these patients at exceptionally high risk. (three words).
Regardless of the total Braden Scale score, it is always better to___ than to treat.
One of the six subscales of the Braden Scale. (two words).
Patients with ____ _____ disease are predisposed to pressure ulcers of the feet, particularly the heels. (two words).
Always ___ your skin assessment at least every shift even if there are no problems.
Utilizing ____ nurses for a skin assessment increases the reliability and accuracy of the exam.
It is important to identify and keep_____ elevated and protected in order to prevent or increase skin breakdown. (two words).
When using a ____ it is important to limit 2 layers or less under the patient, only using paper pads; not linen or cloth.
It is important to ____ the patient every 2 hours in bed to prevent skin breakdown.
The _____ ____ is a tool used to predict the patient's risk for developing a pressure ulcer.
Abbreviation for a skin injury acquired during the patient's stay in the hospital.
A ______ overlay mattress provides pressure relief and aides in the treatment of pressure ulcers. Holes in the mattress allow the passage of air, which prevents moisture and heat from increasing.
A ______ can be placed on the sacrum, heels, or elbows to prevent a pressure injury from developing or on an existing pressure injury to prevent further breakdown and promote healing.
Use ____ cream to OPEN skin to sacrum, buttocks, or perineum Q8 hours and after every episode of incontinence to prevent skin breakdown.
Use _____ cream on INTACT skin to sacrum, buttocks, or perineum Q8 hours and after every episode of incontinence to prevent skin breakdown.
A term used to describe high blood pressure
This food item directly affects blood pressure
Each exercise session should last no less than
You should exercise at least ____ times per week
The bad form of cholesterol is (abbreviation)
The preventable form of diabetes is
____ is the amount of energy it costs to complete a task
The amount of sessions each patient gets to complete Cardiac Rehab
The amount of years Cardiac Rehab has been here at MHWZ
____ is the pressure of circulating blood against the walls of blood vessels
Who is the medical director over Cardiac Rehab?
MD or certified registered nurse anesthetist who specializes in the art and science of administering anesthesia.
preferably an RN; monitors and coordinates all activities in OR, provides supplies to scrub nurse, and manages patient care.
provides intraoperative imaging in a variety of examinations with a variety of equipment
responsible for maintaining the integrity, safety, and efficacy of the sterile field
allied health practitioner qualified by academic and clinical education
qualified surgeon or resident in an accredited surgical educational program; must be capable to assume duties of surgeon
licensed physician specially trained and qualified to perform surgical procedures
The area between the patient drape and the instrument table is maintained as a_________________ and is the territory of the surgeon and the instrument nurse only.
Access in the sterile corridor area is permitted only to those wearing? (4 wds)
What are the Three Cardinal Principles of Radiation Protection; Especially important during C-arm procedure? (3wds)
What C-arm Orientation has the least exposure to operator?
What C-arm Orientation has increased exposure to face and neck by a factor of four?
What C-arm Orientation has increased exposure at x-ray tube end?
What C-arm Orientation should be avoided; increased exposure to head and neck?
The_______ pedal allows the physician or other operator to have hands-free operation of the C-arm.
________ _________ consists of the practice and procedures used to minimize the levels of infectious agents present in the surgical environment. (2 wds)
The typical surgical suite has two general regions known as? (3wds)
What is the area called where the technologist is located?
left posterior oblique (abbrv)
Right posterior oblique (abbrv)
anterior posterior (abbrv)
What is the primary source of radiation exposure to the fluoroscopy staff ? (2wds)
What outfit does the sterile team wear?
Position where patient is lying on their back?
Position where patient is lying on their Stomach?
Patients with _____ are at much higher risk of skin breakdown related to medical devices.
Do not try to _____ _____ all of the barrier cream, just remove soiled areas.
A _____ is not a pressure relief cushion for patients that are immobile in a chair.
If a patient is immobile in a chair, they need to be repositioned every _____.
_____ are the 2nd most common area for pressure ulcers.
If your patient requires any assistance to move, consider a _____ _____ _____ mattress.
Notify _____ _____ at the first hint of red/purple heels!
Keeping the skin ____ is a great way to prevent pressure ulcers and breakdown.
Use _____ behind ears to protect from nasal cannula irritation.
Smooth out _____ on TED hose.
For patients that are immobile in a chair, poor _____ increases pressure areas.
If a patient's intake declines, or a patient is not eating _____ foods, notify the registered dietician because nutritional status is a major factor in preventing skin breakdown.
Area of skin breakdown around bony prominence
Federal Health Insurance Program
National cost of Pressure Ulcer treatment
Most common place patients get pressure ulcers
A word that means "increased likelihood of developing a disease"
Scale used to assess skin
Nonblanchable redness; intact skin is stage
shallow, open ulcer with loss of dermis is stage
Full-thickness skin loss with subcutaneous fat visible is stage
Full- thickness skin loss with exposed muscle, tendon or bone is stage
A patient being unable to _______ themselves puts him or her at risk
If a patient has a pressure ulcer before , he 'she is more a_______ of getting another one
Skin______ should be done every time the patient has a bath
_______is the force when the skin sticks to a surface and the body slides
Encouraging a patient to eat and drink at __________________ can help prevent weight loss
Getting enough _____and protein is very important
Food ____records are important for the dietitian and nurse to know when a patient is not eating
As a care _____you must report to the nurse when your patient has a change in their skin
Pressure ____ are these areas where bone can cause force on the skin and squeezes them against an outside force
Keeping ___ of the bed helps prevents pressure ulcers
____and re positioning a patient is important
____must be evaluated and updated often when a patient has a pressure ulcer
It is important to protect the skin from _______
Preventing weight ______ is important
The elderly may be at a greater risk due to changes in their skin related to _______
_____puts a patient at risk
Pressure ulcers can be very painful for a _______
A pressure ____ is any lesion cause by constant pressure that harms the tissue underneath the skin
Month which National Stop the Pressure Day occurs
Abbreviation for discoloured non blanchable skin
New grading system for Pressure Ulcers
The amount of Degrees patients ideally need tilted at for optimum elevation
Term given to speciality nurses in the NHS who deal with skin and pressure damage
When a pressure ulcer is not a pressure ulcer
One of the most important factors to consider in high risk patients
First line of treatment to prevent moisture associated skin damage
Common baking ingredient often used to treat pressure ulcers
Areas of the body pressure ulcers are most commonly found
Patients who are unable to do this are at risk of pressure damage
The superhero played by Christopher Reeves; who suffered from chronic pressure ulcers