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5 Matching questions

  1. assessment of activity
  2. general anesthesia
  3. major
  4. tubes
  5. preoperative teaching
  1. a results in immobile, quiet patient who does not recall the surgical procedure, analgesia, amnesia, muscle relaxation and unconsciousness occur, inhalation, oral, rectal, or parenteral routes
  2. b extensive reconstruction of or alteration in body parts, coronary artery bypass, gasric resection
  3. c level of alertness, cardiovascular and motor status
  4. d teach patient about possibility of tubes, nasogastric tubes, wound evacuation units, IV, O2
  5. e include patient and family, 1-2 days before surgery, clarify preoperative and postop events, surgical procedure, informed consent, skin preparation, GI cleanser, time of surgery area to be transferred, frequent vital signs, dressings, equipment, turning, coughing, deep breathing exercises, pain medication prn, lab tests i.e, urinalysis, CBC, blood chem profile, electrolytes, diagnostic imaging chest xray, EKG

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. teach patient about incisions, size and loation, type of closure, drains and dressings
  2. hiccup, involuntary contraction of the diaphragm followed by rapid closure of the glottis, results from irritation of the phrenic nerve
  3. motion sickness, cough, menstrual cramps
  4. the effectiveness of the pain of care is evaluated by the nurse
  5. intermittent injections, PCA, epidural, oral analgesics (when oral intake allowed)

5 True/False questions

  1. prosthesisill health, malnutrition and wasting as a result of chronic disease

          

  2. implementationdrugs, incisional pain, obesity, chronic lung disease, pressure on the diaphragm, atelectasis, pneumonia

          

  3. eviscerationthe effectiveness of the pain of care is evaluated by the nurse

          

  4. regional anesthesiaprotection against infection before, during or after surgery by the use of sterile technique

          

  5. nursing diagnosisairway clearance, ineffective; body temp, risk for imbalanced; breathing pattern, ineffective; communication, impaired verbal; coping, ineffective; fluid volume, risk for deficient; grieving, anticipatory; infection, risk for; mobility, impaired physical; oral mucous membrane, impaired; self-care deficit; skin integrity, risk for impaired

          

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