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NURSING PRACTICE I 4.

Autonomy
TEST DESCRIPTION: 5. Stewardship
Theories, concepts, principles and processes
basic to the practice of nursing with emphasis on 6. Truth Telling
health promotion and health maintenance. It 7. Confidentiality
includes basic nursing skills in the care of clients 8. Privacy
across age groups in any setting. 9. Informed Consent
Moreover, it encompasses the varied roles,
functions and responsibilities of the professional B. Patient’s Bill of Rights
nurse in varied health care settings. C. Code of Ethics in Nursing

TEST SCOPE: V. Legal Responsibility


I. Personal and Professional Growth and A. Legal Aspects in the Practice of Nursing
Development B. The Philippine Nursing Law of 2002 (R.A 9173)
A. Historical Perspective in Nursing C. Related Law Affecting the Practice of Nursing
B. Nursing as a Profession
C. Theoretical Foundation of Nursing Applied in VI. Management of Environment and Resources
Health Care Situations A. Theories and Principles of Management
D. Continuing Professional Education B. Nursing Administration and Management
E. Professional Organizations in Nursing. C. Theories, Principles and Styles of Leadership
F. The Nurse in Health Care D. Concepts and Principles of Organization
1. Eleven Key Areas of Responsibility E. Patient Care Classification
2. Fields of Nursing F. Nursing Care Systems
3. Roles and Functions G. Delegation and Accountability

II. Safe and Quality Care VII. Records Management


A. The Nursing Process A. Anecdotal Report
B. Basic Nursing Skills B. Incident Report
1. Vital Signs C. Memorandum
2. Physical Examination and Health D. Hospital Manual
Assessment E. Documentation
3. Administration of Medications F. Endorsement and End of Shift Report
4. Asepsis and Infection Control G. Referral
5. First Aid Measures
6. Wound Care VIII. Quality Improvement
7. Perioperative Care A. Standards of Nursing Practice
8. Post-operative Care B. Nursing Audit
9. Post-mortem Care C. Accreditation/Certification in Nursing Practice
C. Measures to meet physiological needs D. Quality Assurance
1. Oxygenation
2. Nutrition IX. Research
3. Activity, Rest and Sleep A. Problem Identification
4. Fluid and Electrolyte Balance B. Ethics and Science of Research
5. Urinary Elimination C. The Scientific Approach
6. Bowel Elimination D. Research Process
7. Safety, Comfort and Hygiene E. Research Designs and Methodology
8. Mobility and Immobility 1. Qualitative
2. Quantitative
III. Health Education F. Utilization and Dissemination of Research
A. Teaching and Learning Principles in the Care Findings
of Client
B. Health Education in All Levels of Care X. Communication
C. Discharge Planning A. Dynamics of Communication
B. Nurse-Client Relationship
IV. Ethico-Moral Responsibility C. Professional-Professional Relationship
A. Bioethical Principles D. Therapeutic Use of Self
1. Beneficence E. Use of Information Technology
2. Non-malefescence
3. Justice XI. Collaboration and Teamwork
A. Networking
B. Inter-agency Partnership
C. Teamwork Strategies
D. Nursing and Partnership with Other Profession
& Agencies
NURSING PRACTICE II
TEST DESCRIPTION: Theories, concepts,
principle and processes in the care of individuals,
families, groups and communities to promote
health and prevent illness, and alleviate pain and
discomfort, utilizing the nursing process as
framework. This includes care of high risk and at-
risk mothers, children and families during the
various stages of life cycle.

VII. Safe and Quality Care, Health Education, and


TEST SCOPE:
Communication, Collaboration and Teamwork
Part I: CHN
A. Principles and Theories of Growth and
I. Safe and Quality Care, Health Education and Development
Communication,
B. Nursing Care in the Different stages of Growth
Collaboration and Team work and
A. Principles and Standards of CHN Development including
B. Levels of Care 1. Nutrition
C. Types of Clientele 2. Safety
D. Health Care Delivery System 3. Language Development
E. PHC as a Strategy 4. Discipline
F. Family-based Nsg Services (Family Health Nsg 5. Play
Process)
6. Immunization
G. Population Group-based Nursing Services
7. Anticipatory guidance
H. Community-based Nursing Services/ CHN
Process 8. Values formation
I. Community Organizing C. Human Sexuality & Reproduction including
Family Planning
J. Public Health Programs
D. Nsg Care of Women during № Labor, Delivery
& ρ Partum
II. Research and Quality Improvement
E. Nursing Care of the Newborn
A. Research in the Community
1. APGAR Scoring
B. National Health Situation
2. Newborn Scoring
C. Vital Statistics
3. Maintenance of Body Processes
D. Epidemiology (oxygenation, temp)
E. Demography F. Nursing Care of Women with Complications of
Pregnancy,
III. Management of Resources & Environment &
Records Mgt Labor, Delivery and Partum Period (High-risk
conditions)
A. Field Health Services and Information System
G. Nursing Care of High-risk Newborn
B. Target-setting
1. Prematurity
C. Environmental Sanitation
2. Congenital defects
3. Infections
IV. Ethico-Moral-Legal Responsibility
H. Nursing Care of Women with Disturbances in
A. Socio-cultural Values, Beliefs and Practices of Reproduction
Individuals,
and Gynecology
Families, Groups and Communities
B. Code of Ethics for Government Workers VIII. Research and Quality Improvement
C. WHO, DOH, LGU Policies on Health A. Fertility Statistics
D. Local Government Code B. Infant Morbidity and Mortality
E. Issues C. Maternal Mortality
D. Standards of Maternal and Child Nursing
V. Personal and Professional Development Practice
A. Self-assessment of CHN Competencies,
Importance, IX. Ethico-Moral-Legal Responsibility
Methods, Tools A. Socio-Cultural Values, Belief, and Practices of
B. Strategies and Methods of Updating One’s Individuals,
Self, Enhancing Families related to MCN.
Competence in CHN & Related Areas. B. WHO, DOH, LGU Policies on Health of Women
and Children
VI. Part II: MCN
C. Family Code
D. Child and Youth Welfare Code
E. Issues related to MCN

X. Personal and Professional Development


A. Self-assessment of MCN Competencies,
Importance,
Methods, Tools
B. Strategies and Methods of Updating One’s self,
Enhancing
Competence in MCN and Related Areas.
NURSING PRACTICE III, IV, V
TEST DESCRIPTION: Theories, concepts,
principles and processes in the care of clients with
altred health patterns, utilizing the nursing process
and integrating the key areas of nursing
competencies.

TEST SCOPE: III. Communication, Collaboration and Teamwork


I. Safe & Quality Care, Health Education, A. Team approach
Management of B. Referral
Environment & Resources, and Quality C. Network/linkage
Improvement. D. Therapeutic communication
A. TEST III
1. Client in Pain IV. Ethico-Moral-Legal Responsibility
2. Peri-operative Care A. confidentiality
3. Alterations in Human Functioning B. Client’s Rights
a Disturbance in Oxygenation 1. Informed Consent
b Disturbance in Metabolic and Endocrine 2. Refusal to take medications, Treatment and
Functioning
Admission Procedures
c Disturbance in Elimination
C. Nursing Accountability
B. TEST IV
D. Documentation/charting
1. Alterations in Human Functioning
E. Culture Sensitivity
a. Disturbances in Fluids and Electrolytes
b. Inflammatory and Infectious Disturbances
c. Disturbances in Immunologic functioning
d. Disturbances in Cellular functioning
2. Client Biologic Crisis
3. Emergency and Disaster Nursing
C. TEST V
1. Disturbances in Perception and Coordination
a. Neurologic Disorders
b. Sensory Disorders
c. Musculo-skeletal Disorders
d. Degenerative Disorders
2. Maladaptive Patterns of Behavior
a. Anxiety Response and Anxiety Related
Disorders
b. Psycho-physiologic Responses, Somatoform,
and Sleep
Disorders
c. Abuse and Violence
d. Emotional Responses and Mood Disorders
e. Schizophrenia and Other Psychotic and
Mood Disorders
f. Social Responses and Personality Disorders
g. Substance related Disorders
h. Eating Disorders
i. Sexual Disorders
j. Emotional Disorders of Infants, Children and
Adolescents.

II. Personal and Professional Development


A. Nurse-Client Relationship
B. Continuing Education
Communicable Disease Nursing

DRUG OF CHOICE
Tetanus: PEN G Na; DIAZEPAM
(Valium)
Meningitis: MANNITOL (osmotic
diuretic); DEXAMETHASONE (anti-
inflammatory); DILANTIN/PHENYTOIN
(anti-convulsive);
CAUSATIVE AGENTS
PYRETINOL/ENCEPHABO L (CNS
Tetanus: CLOSTRIDIUM TETANI
stimulant)
Meningococcemia: NEISSERIA
Rabies Vaccines: LYSSAVAC, VERORAB
MENINGITIDIS
Immunoglobulins: ERIG or HRIg
Rabies: RHABDOVIRUS
Poliomyelitis: LEGIO DEBILITANS (Type
DIAGNOSTIC TESTS
I Brunhilde); (Type II Lansing); (Type
Tetanus: WOUND CULTURE
III Leon)
Meningitis: LUMBAR PUNCTURE
Dengue Fever: ARBOVIRUSES
Encephalitis: EEG
(Chikunggunya); (Onyong-nyong);
Polio: EMG; Muscle testing
(West Nile); (Flaviviruses) (Common
Rabies: Brain biopsy (Negri bodies)
in the Phil.)
Fluorescent rabies antibody test
Malaria: PLASMODIUM (protozoa) P.
Dengue: TOURNIQUET test (Rumpel
Falciparum (most fatal); P. Vivax P.
lead)
Malariae; P. Ovale
Malaria: Malarial smear; QBC
Filariasis: WUCHERERIA BANCROFTI;
(Quantitative Buffy Coat)
BRUGIA MALAYI
Scarlet: DICK'S TEST; SCHULTZ-
Leprosy: MYCOBACTERIUM LEPRAE
CHARLTON TEST
Measles: PARAMYXO VIRUS
Diphtheria: SCHICK'S TEST; Moloney's
German measles: TOGA VIRUS
Test
Chicken pox: VARICELLA ZOSTER VIRUS
Pertussis: Nasal swab; agar plate
Herpes zoster: HERPES ZOSTER VIRUS
Tuberculosis: MANTOUX test
Scarlet fever: Group A HEMOLYTIC
Leprosy: SLIT SKIN SMEAR
STREPTOCOCCUS
Pinworm: SCOTCH TAPE SWAB
Scabies: SARCOPTES SCABIEI (itch
Typhoid: WIDAL'S test
mite)
HIV/AIDS: ELISA; WESTERN BLOT; PCT:
Bubonic plague: YERSINIA PESTIS
Polymerase Chain Reaction Test
Diphtheria: KLEBS LOEFFLER
Pertussis: BORDETELLA PERTUSSIS
CD PHARMACOLOGY
Tuberculosis: MYCOBACTERIUM
Malaria: CHLOROQUINE
TUBERCULOSIS
Schistosomiasis: PRAZIQUANTEL
Typhoid: SALMONELLA TYPHI
Scabies: EURAX/ CROTAMITON
Cholera: VIBRIO CHOLERA
Chicken pox: ACYCLOVIR/ZOVIRAX
Amoebiasis: ENTAMOEBA HYSTOLITICA
Tuberculosis: R.I.P.E.S.
Leptospirosis: LEPTOSPIRA Spirochete
Pneumonia: COTRIMOXAZOLE;
Schistosomiasis: Schistosoma
Procaine Penicillin
japonicum
Helminths: MEBENDAZOLE; PYRANTEL
Gonorrhea: N. GONORRHEAE
PAMOATE
Syphilis: TREPONEMA PALLIDUM
Chlamydia: C. trachomatis, T. vaginalis
Genital herpes: HERPES SIMPLEX 2