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An iatrogenic cause refers to the infection that is developed from a treatment procedure. There are some iatrogenic effects that are easily noticeable. These include the complications that occur after a surgical procedure is performed. However, some less obvious iatrogenic causes also exist.

These include complex drug reactions in the human body. Such causes might need detailed inspection. There are many different cases of iatrogenesis. These cases include the side effects that result from the usage of a prescribed drug, errors performed during surgeries, medical negligence resulting in complications, the use of instruments that are complicated, and a few more.

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There is no single temperature is normal for every body which is not true.because all hormones are not the same especially in female and male and equally their are some times someones particular temperature may differ from another person due to some factors like EXERCISEHOT SHOWER/OVULATION. Therefor there is no single temperature it always differs at some point.
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An infection is refered to as a chain of infection

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I got that Jose is at a normal weight with a BMI of 24.3.
Underweight: <18.5
Normal: 18.5 - 24.9
Overweight: 25 - 29.9
Obese: 30 or greater

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The nurse will remove his or her different protective devices and there is a sequence that should be followed to make this possible. First of all, the nurse would have to remove the gloves first. After that, the mask will be removed. Then, the gown will be removed by the nurse.

Once the gown has been completely removed, all of the other protective devices used by the nurse will be removed in this order: cap, shoe cover, and other items. Take note that protective gear is needed so that the nurse will prevent being contaminated by the sickness or disease. This will also lessen the chance that the disease will spread to the other patients.

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There are five steps to the nursing process. If all of these steps are completely efficiently and successfully, then the quality of care that the patient receives should be top quality. These phases include the assessment phase, diagnosing phase, planning phase, implementing phase and the evaluation phase.

During the assessment phase, the nurse is analyzing the patient and collecting information about the patient and then organizing the patient. The diagnosing phase requires the nurse to make a conclusion about the patient’s ailment.

Then the nurse plans how the patient will get treatment. During the implementing phase, the patient will be undergoing the treatment. At the end, the nurse will evaluate the success of the diagnosis and treatment to see if anything else needs to be done.

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The answer to this is A. Hans Selye. There are a lot of things that people know now about stress because of Hans Selye. He has proposed a theory that is still being used by a lot of professionals at present time. He has stated through his theory that people usually have different responses to stress.

There are some who feel alarmed, some would try to resist feeling stressed out, and some would just adapt to the stress even if they are exposed to it every single time. This explains why people keep coming back to things that are causing them to feel stressed out.

To prove this theory, there are various things that the body feels if it wants to show that it has experienced stress. For example, you get a bruise when you hit a hard object but it will heal on its own.

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Objective data is the type of data that can be measured. This means that it is based on facts and information. It is the opposite of subjective data which is being used in most of the choices that are given for this question. The answer to this is C.

Out of all the given information, this is the only one that can be measured especially in the hospital. The nurse will be able to see how much the patient has eaten and will be able to verify based on the amount that was left on the plate.

Anorexic is subjective if it is not diagnosed yet. Feels warm is also subjective because this may not be true for all people. Letter D is also subjective because it is the only speculation that there is an urge to void.

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