What is the nursing process?
The nursing process is how nurses interact with patients to determine what is wrong and how they are as nurses are going to help treat it. It always start with assessment which is gathering data from your patient from what they say and what you observe. Analyzing is next where you form your nursing diagnosis for their specific health problems. Planning is writing out your care plan and adding specific goals for their patient. Implementing is putting this care plan into action. An example would be the care plan an ineffective airway clearance so you have planned to help this patient cough and deep breathe to assist their airway. Once you have implemented the last step is to evaluate how the actions worked for this patient and if they met their goal or need a one goal set in place.
How does water change to vapor?
This process is called evaporation. This occurs when the liquid becomes heated causing the particles to move around so quickly they go into the air becoming a vapor.
How does the body keep in equilibrium?
The body has a process called homeostasis that through different functions keep the body at equilibrium or normal. This is done through many different systems in the body. For example, one of the major functions is maintaining body temperature. The brain recognizes that the body is in a cold environment and through homeostasis will send cues to other parts of the body to keep heat in. When homeostasis fails then the body's regular systems that happen without us knowing begin to fail as well.