Theory II

  1. a measure of ability to carry out the basic tasks needed for self care
    ADLs (activities of daily living)
  2. a measure of the ability to perform more of the complex tasks necessary to function in our society; tasks that require a comination of physical and cognitive ablitity
    IADLs (instrumental activities of daily living)
  3. patient education and oral hygiene instruction that anticipate potential oral and systemic health problems associated with risk factors identified during patient assessment
    anticipatory guidance
  4. american society of anesthesiologists; originally developed the ____ classification to determine modifications necessary to provide general anesthetic to patients during surgical procedures
  5. the critical analysis and evealuation or judgement of a particular condition, situation or other subject of appraisal
  6. the patient's concern as stated during the initial health history preparation; may be the reason for seeking professional care; such as pain or discomfort may require emergency dental diagnosis
    chief complaint
  7. initial therapy and continued periodontal maintenance provided as the therapeutic end point in cases where the severity and extent of the disease or the age and health of the patient preclude optimal results of periodontal therapy
    compromised therapy
  8. complete care; end point at which all tretment required at the time has been completed
    definitive care
  9. to identify or recognize a disease or problem
  10. a statement of the problem; a concise technical description of the cause, natur or maifestations of a condition, situation or problem, identification of a disease or deviation from normal condition by recognition of characteristic signs and symptoms
  11. identificaiton of an existing or potential oral health problem that a dentaly hygienist is qualified and licensed to treat
    dental hygiene diagnosis
  12. identification of which one of several diseases or conditions may be producing the symptoms
    differential diagnosis
  13. providing oral care based on relevant scientifically sound research
    evidence based care
  14. OSCAR
    oral, systemic, capability, autonomy and reality
  15. Developed by the American Acadmey of Oral Medicine to provide a convenient, systematic approach to identifying dental, medical/pharmacologic, functional, ehtical, and fiscal factors that meed to be evaluated and weighed when planning treatment for geriatrci individulas or those with disabilities
    OSCAR-oral, systemic, capability, autonomy, and reality
  16. prediction of outcome; forecast of the probable course and outcome of a disease and the prospects of recovery as expected by the nature of a specific condition and the symptoms of the case
  17. a judgment regarding the results expected to be achieved from oral treatment provided by a dentaly hygienist
    dental hygiene prognosis
  18. an attribute or exposure that increases the probability of disease, such as an aspect of personal behavior environmental exposure, or an inherited characteristic associated with health realated conditions
    risk factor
  19. a determinant that can be modified by intervention, thereby reducing the probability of disease
    modifiable risk factor
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Theory II
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