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  1. What are the three layers of the skin?
    Epidermis, Dermis, subQ
  2. What layer of the skin contains collagen, nerve fibers, blood vessels, sweat glands, and hair folicles
  3. How often does perineal care need to be done?
    every 8 hours
  4. muscle wasting, abscence of dtr, foot deformities, infections are signs of what?
    Pheripheral Neuropathy
  5. Decreased hair growth on legs and feet, absent or decreased pulses, poor wound healing, thickened nails, and blanching on the skin are signs of what?
    Peripheral vascular disease
  6. What is force that occurs in a opposite dirction to movement?
  7. Weight force exerted on the body
  8. Coordinated efforts of the musculoskeletal and nervous systems
    Body Mechanics
  9. Provides attachements for muscles and ligaments and also provides leverage for movement
    Skeletal system
  10. Help movements of bones and joints
    Skeletal muscles
  11. Regulates movement and posture
    Nervous system
  12. What regulates movement in the body?
    the voluntary motor area in the cerebral cortex
  13. Damage to the _ will affect body alignment, balance, and mobility.
    the CNS
  14. The ability to move about freely
  15. the inability to move about freely
  16. True of False. Prlonged bed rest increases the heart's workload, producing an increase in oxygen demand
  17. For a pt on bed rest, how often should you reposition a patient?
    every two hours
  18. What part of the nursing process will establish goals and outcomes?
    The planning phase
  19. What vitamin is needed for skin?
    Vit B
  20. How much fluid does a client who is on bed rest need to per day to help prevent renal calculi and UTIs
    2000 to 3000 ml
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