This theory was called GRAND THEORY because Boykin and Schoenhofer thinks that “all men are caring” and that nursing is a response to this unique call. According to them, caring is “a moral imperative” meaning all people will tend to help a man even if he is not trained to do so.
To estimate the number of pregnant women, multiply the total population by 3.5%.
The presence of a white or gray dot (a cats eye reflex) in the pupil is associated with retinoblastoma a highly malignant tumor of the eye. The nurse should report the finding to the physician immediately so that it can be further evaluated. Simply recording the finding can delay diagnosis and treatment; therefore answer B is incorrect. Answer C is incorrect because it is not a variation of normal. Answer D is incorrect because the presence of the red reflex is a normal finding.