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Adult Health Exam 1
Deviated Septum
Management of nasal surgery
If nose bleed continues doctor can-
Respiratory Infections
is a deflection of the normally straight nasal septum.
Educate patient on smoking, maintain patients air way, cold c…
coterize, or pack the nose for no more than 3 days. Packing t…
- Influenza vaccine to prevent secondary infections... . Rest, a…
Deviated Septum
is a deflection of the normally straight nasal septum.
Management of nasal surgery
Educate patient on smoking, maintain patients air way, cold c…
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Adult Health 1 Final exam
What is the most important thing to lo…
What is an uterine artery embolization?
When a younger man is diagnosed with t…
What is the first thought if a post-me…
S/S of infection
removal of fibroid for a women who does not want to get pregn…
Bank his sperm.
Cancer, any post-menopausal bleeding needs to be evaluated.
What is the most important thing to lo…
S/S of infection
What is an uterine artery embolization?
removal of fibroid for a women who does not want to get pregn…
207 terms
Adult Health Exam 1
Normal Intake of Air
Conducting Airways
Pleural layers of the Chest Cavity
Empyema
500ml
trachea, bronchi segmental branch, sub-segmental branch, bron…
- space between the partial and the visceral pleurae = intrap…
- fluid in the lung that is filled with bacteria... - have to ge…
Normal Intake of Air
500ml
Conducting Airways
trachea, bronchi segmental branch, sub-segmental branch, bron…
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Adult Health Lecture 1
NOC
NIC
ADPIE
Assessment/Data collection
Nursing outcomes classification
nursing interventions classification
-Assesment... -Diagnoses... -Planning... -Interventions... -Evaluation
Creating a data base
NOC
Nursing outcomes classification
NIC
nursing interventions classification
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Adult Health Exam 1
Type 1 Diabetes
Type 2 Diabetes
Gestational Diabetes
Symptoms of Type 1 Diabetes
the type of diabetes in which the *pancreas produces no or ve…
A progressive disorder in which *body cells become less respo…
Develops during pregnancy and usually goes away after the bab…
polyuria (due to osmotic diuresis)... polydipsia (increased thir…
Type 1 Diabetes
the type of diabetes in which the *pancreas produces no or ve…
Type 2 Diabetes
A progressive disorder in which *body cells become less respo…
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Adult Health Exam 1
Why is peak so important when giving i…
With short acting and intermediate act…
A 35-year old insulin-dependent diabet…
Insulin Administration
• To prevent hypoglycemic shock; this is important so we know…
Short acting (regular) before intermediate acting (NPH)... CLEAR…
Between the hours of 1130 and 1930... NPH insulin has a peak of…
o You can only administer whole numbers of insulin... o You cann…
Why is peak so important when giving i…
• To prevent hypoglycemic shock; this is important so we know…
With short acting and intermediate act…
Short acting (regular) before intermediate acting (NPH)... CLEAR…
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Adult Health 1 Test # 1
Sandwich Generation
Erikson's Middle Adulthood Stage
Acute Illness
Chronic Illness
adults taking care of their children and their aging parents.
Generativity vs. Stagnation; achieveing life goals, guiding t…
Usually reversible, short duration, severe symptoms
Last longer than 6 months, irreversible, affects functional a…
Sandwich Generation
adults taking care of their children and their aging parents.
Erikson's Middle Adulthood Stage
Generativity vs. Stagnation; achieveing life goals, guiding t…
Adult health 1 Drugs
Albuterol... Classification: Bronchodilator
Amiodarone ... Classification: Antiarrhyt…
Atenolol... Classification:Antihypertensi…
Aminophylline... Classification: Broncodi…
Use: Treats/prevents bronchospasm, COPD , EIB... Action- Relieve…
Use: management of VFIB,VTAC,... Action- prolongs duration of my…
Use- Treats hypertension, and chest pain. Secondary preventio…
Use: Symptomatic relief/prevention of asthma, COPD... Action: Re…
Albuterol... Classification: Bronchodilator
Use: Treats/prevents bronchospasm, COPD , EIB... Action- Relieve…
Amiodarone ... Classification: Antiarrhyt…
Use: management of VFIB,VTAC,... Action- prolongs duration of my…
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Adult Health Test 1
What is the purpose of the respiratory…
Upperairway comprises:
Lower airway:
ventilation:
-Delivery of O2 with assistance from circulatory system... -Expe…
upper trachea, nose, and mouth
lower trachea and bronchi... *left lung: 2 lobes; right lung: 3…
movement of air in and out of the airways
What is the purpose of the respiratory…
-Delivery of O2 with assistance from circulatory system... -Expe…
Upperairway comprises:
upper trachea, nose, and mouth
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ADULT HEALTH TEST 1
What is aging
Pathologic
Physiologic
2 Types of factors that affect aging a…
Normal process: ... -Universal (everyone goes through it)... -Progr…
Result of disease.... -E.g. Cardiac hypertrophy secondary to CHF.
Normal pattern of changes related to the organism structure.…
Modifiable and Non-modifiable
What is aging
Normal process: ... -Universal (everyone goes through it)... -Progr…
Pathologic
Result of disease.... -E.g. Cardiac hypertrophy secondary to CHF.
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Quiz 1 Adult Health
HEDIS
HEDIS
Pre-contemplation... (Transtheoretical M…
Preparation... (Transtheoretical Model o…
Used by Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) for mo…
is a retrospective review of services and performance of care
Resistant or not yet ready for change
Moving from thinking to actually planning for change
HEDIS
Used by Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) for mo…
HEDIS
is a retrospective review of services and performance of care
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Adult health Chap 1
Health
Licensure
Nurse practice act
nursing
state of optimal functioning or well-being
to be given a license to practice nursing in a state or provi…
law established to regulate nursing practice
profession that focuses on the holistic person receiving heal…
Health
state of optimal functioning or well-being
Licensure
to be given a license to practice nursing in a state or provi…
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Adult Health Chapter 1
Describe the role of religion in the d…
Explain the role of the military in th…
Define nursing in your own words:
Differentiate among the various forms…
∼Nurses were often viewed as angelic... ∼Early Christianity crea…
∼Roman Empire developed the military hospital which provided…
∼Providing direct patient care... ∼Education to the patient and…
∼Formal education- Diploma, Associates, Baccalaureate, Master…
Describe the role of religion in the d…
∼Nurses were often viewed as angelic... ∼Early Christianity crea…
Explain the role of the military in th…
∼Roman Empire developed the military hospital which provided…
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Adult Health Quiz 1
Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (A…
HIV Infectious Process
Life Cycle of HIV
Effects of HIV Infection
o Human immune deficiency virus (HIV) can progress to AIDS... o…
o Top: The CD4+ T-lymphocyte receptors for the HIV "docking"…
o CD4+ T-cells become "HIV factory" to make new viral particl…
Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (A…
o Human immune deficiency virus (HIV) can progress to AIDS... o…
HIV Infectious Process
o Top: The CD4+ T-lymphocyte receptors for the HIV "docking"…
308 terms
Intro to Adult Health Exam 1
Caring
AONE
The Core of Nursing is Knowledge and C…
Care is User Based (AONE)
- a universal phenomenon that influences the way we think, fe…
American Organization of Nursing Executives ... - guiding princi…
- actual work that the nurses do will change, but core values…
- care will be directed in partnerships with the patient/clie…
Caring
- a universal phenomenon that influences the way we think, fe…
AONE
American Organization of Nursing Executives ... - guiding princi…
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Adult Health CH. 1
Caregiver
Communicator
Teacher/Educator
Counselor
The provision of care to patients that combines both the art…
The use of effective interpersonal and therapeutic communicat…
The use of communication skills to assess, implement, and eva…
The use of therapeutic interpersonal communication skills to…
Caregiver
The provision of care to patients that combines both the art…
Communicator
The use of effective interpersonal and therapeutic communicat…
40 terms
Adult Health Exam #1
assess, diagnose, plan, implement, eva…
assess
diagnose
plan
what are the five steps of the nursing process?
gathering and analysis of information about the patient's hea…
to identify the patient's problems; find the nursing diagnosis
to set goals and expected outcomes for your care and selectin…
assess, diagnose, plan, implement, eva…
what are the five steps of the nursing process?
assess
gathering and analysis of information about the patient's hea…
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Adult Health #1 Exam
Troponin
Creatinine Kinase
Myoglobin
Total Cholesterol
Less than 0.5 or 1
Less than 30
Less than 70
Less than 200
Troponin
Less than 0.5 or 1
Creatinine Kinase
Less than 30
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Adult Health 2 test 1
NANDA taxonomy
NIC
NOC
Just culture attributes
provides the framework for nursing dx terminology
provides standardized classification for nursing interventions
provides standardized outcomes reflecting pt status after nur…
1. transparency... 2. blamelessness... 3. accountability... 4. underst…
NANDA taxonomy
provides the framework for nursing dx terminology
NIC
provides standardized classification for nursing interventions
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Adult Health I-Test 1
Active Listening
Assertiveness
CUS
Empathy
Listening attentively with the whole person- body, mind, and…
Based on protecting individual rights and responsibilities. T…
C=Concerned: "I am Concerned... U=Uncomfortable: "I am Uncomfort…
Understanding and acceptance of a person's feelings and the a…
Active Listening
Listening attentively with the whole person- body, mind, and…
Assertiveness
Based on protecting individual rights and responsibilities. T…
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Adult Health 1 - Pain
Processes of Nociception
Transduction
Transmission
Perception
Transduction, Transmission, Perception, Modulation
Noxious stimuli (mechanical, thermal, chemical) occurs, CNS c…
Pain signals are relayed from periphery to spinal cord to bra…
Recognition of pain
Processes of Nociception
Transduction, Transmission, Perception, Modulation
Transduction
Noxious stimuli (mechanical, thermal, chemical) occurs, CNS c…
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Adult Health 1 Medications
Thiazide Diuretics
Hydrochlorothiazide
Chlorothiazide
Potassium Sparing Diuretics
Hydrochlorothiazide... Chlorothiazide
Fx: Remove excess fluid... SE: Hypokalemia, hyponatremia, hypote…
Fx: Remove excess fluid... SE: Hypokalemia, hyponatremia, hypote…
Spironlactone
Thiazide Diuretics
Hydrochlorothiazide... Chlorothiazide
Hydrochlorothiazide
Fx: Remove excess fluid... SE: Hypokalemia, hyponatremia, hypote…
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Adult Health 1 - Shock
Shock
Shock is characterized by...
Shock supply and demand
Hemodynamic principles
A clinical syndrome marked by inadequate perfusion of O2 to c…
Decreased tissue perfusion, impaired cellular metabolism that…
An imbalance between supply of and the demand for oxygen and…
Effective cardiac pump, adequate amount of blood, constrictio…
Shock
A clinical syndrome marked by inadequate perfusion of O2 to c…
Shock is characterized by...
Decreased tissue perfusion, impaired cellular metabolism that…
64 terms
Adult Health #1
Neutrophils
monocytes
primary intention
secondary intention
first leukocytes on injury site... - usually within 6-12 hours
usually arrive 3-7 days after the onset of inflammation
wound heals with approximated edges... - ex: surgical wound
wounds that occur from trauma, ulceration, and infection ... - l…
Neutrophils
first leukocytes on injury site... - usually within 6-12 hours
monocytes
usually arrive 3-7 days after the onset of inflammation
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Adult Health 1 - Burns
Emergent phase
Acute phase
Rehabilitation phase
TBSA
Where attention is focused on resolving the immediate problem…
Where wound healing is promoted and there is huge shifts of f…
Where the focus is on assisting the patient to resume a funct…
Used to make an estimate of the extent of a burn
Emergent phase
Where attention is focused on resolving the immediate problem…
Acute phase
Where wound healing is promoted and there is huge shifts of f…
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Adult Health 1
3rd spacing fluid shifts occurs in pt'…
If pt is in shock... use what kind of…
Why be cautions with LR solution?
Precaution with hanging NS or Hypertonic
-hypocalcemia... -alcoholism... -decreased iron intake ... -hypothyroi…
Hypertonic
-it contains all the electrolytes so watch for pt's with elev…
-monitor serum Na because increased/excess Na causes brain ce…
3rd spacing fluid shifts occurs in pt'…
-hypocalcemia... -alcoholism... -decreased iron intake ... -hypothyroi…
If pt is in shock... use what kind of…
Hypertonic
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Adult Health 1 - Diabetes
Symptoms of Type 1
Criteria for Diagnosing Diabetes
A1C Test Results
A1C test measures
Polyuria (osmotic diuresis), polydipsia, polyphagia, fatigue,…
A1C > or = to 6.5%... OR... Fasting plasma glucose > or = to 126mg/…
Diabetes - 6.5 or greater... Pre-Diabetes - 5.7-6.4... Normal - abo…
% of hemoglobin covered in glucose, gives an average over the…
Symptoms of Type 1
Polyuria (osmotic diuresis), polydipsia, polyphagia, fatigue,…
Criteria for Diagnosing Diabetes
A1C > or = to 6.5%... OR... Fasting plasma glucose > or = to 126mg/…
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Adult Health 1 - Exam 1
activities of daily living (ADLs)
instrumental activities of daily livin…
adaptive device
assistive device
activities related to personal care (self-care)
complex skills needed for independent living
a type of assistive technology that is used to change the env…
a type of assistive technology that helps people with disabil…
activities of daily living (ADLs)
activities related to personal care (self-care)
instrumental activities of daily livin…
complex skills needed for independent living
19 terms
Adult health 1
Assessment
Ausculation
Back-channeling
Closed-ended questions
First step of the nursing process. Activities required in the…
Method of physical examination; listening to the sound produc…
Active listening technique that prompts a respondent to conti…
Form of questions that limits a respondents answer to one or…
Assessment
First step of the nursing process. Activities required in the…
Ausculation
Method of physical examination; listening to the sound produc…
222 terms
Adult Health 1 Final
Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsy
Chemotherapy for breast cancer treatment
Modified radical mastectomy
Axillary lymph node dissection for bre…
Biopsy lymph nodes for breast cancer
Systemic... Cytoxan, Adriamycin, 5-FU... Standard of care for women…
Breast tissue, nipple and lymph nodes removed
Surgically removing the lymph nodes... Inject dye into the breas…
Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsy
Biopsy lymph nodes for breast cancer
Chemotherapy for breast cancer treatment
Systemic... Cytoxan, Adriamycin, 5-FU... Standard of care for women…
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Adult Health 1 Cardiac
When assessing a client who underwent…
A 54 year old male client was recently…
The nurse on a cardiac unit is caring…
A client is scheduled for coronary ang…
B Cardiac Tamponade... Rationale: Cardiac tamponade results fro…
B... Rationale: Once a client is diagnosed with SBE, he or she…
A C E... Rationale: In heart failure, the heart is unable to pu…
A... Rationale: The contrast medium/dye typically used for card…
When assessing a client who underwent…
B Cardiac Tamponade... Rationale: Cardiac tamponade results fro…
A 54 year old male client was recently…
B... Rationale: Once a client is diagnosed with SBE, he or she…
137 terms
Adult Mental Health Exam 1
Autonomy
Justice
Beneficience
Nonmaleficience
The act of making one's owe decision about behavior and care
Fair treatment for all
Promoting good and preventing harm
No harm or risk of harm
Autonomy
The act of making one's owe decision about behavior and care
Justice
Fair treatment for all
146 terms
Adult Health Exam 1
definition of preoperative
CMS stands for
SCIP stands for
what does the SCIP do
begins when pt is scheduled for surgery and ends when the pt…
centers for Medicare/Medicaid
surgical care improvement project
plan for eventual elimination of preventable surgical complic…
definition of preoperative
begins when pt is scheduled for surgery and ends when the pt…
CMS stands for
centers for Medicare/Medicaid
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Adult Health Test #1
Metabolic Acidosis
Metabolic Alkalosis
Respiratory Acidosis
Chronic Respiratory Acidosis-
Headache, weakness, fatigue, anorexia, nausea, vomiting, flus…
Muscle spasms, numbness, tingling, tetany, confusion, dizzine…
Acute- headache, irritability, decreased LOC, warm skin, blur…
weakness, dull headache, impaired memory, personality changes…
Metabolic Acidosis
Headache, weakness, fatigue, anorexia, nausea, vomiting, flus…
Metabolic Alkalosis
Muscle spasms, numbness, tingling, tetany, confusion, dizzine…
40 terms
Adult Health Exam 1
Diagnostic surgery
Curative surgery
Palliation surgery
Prevention surgery
Determine the presence and extent of a pathologic condition
Elimination or repair of a pathologic condition
Alleviation of symptoms without a cure--- comfort measure
Ex- removal of a mole before it becomes cancerous
Diagnostic surgery
Determine the presence and extent of a pathologic condition
Curative surgery
Elimination or repair of a pathologic condition
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Quiz #1 Adult Health
What is considered a neutral pH?
What is the pH of our blood?
What pH level would be considered acid…
What pH level would be considered alka…
7
Our blood is relatively basic, ranging from 7.35-7.45.
Anything below 7.35.
Anything above 7.45.
What is considered a neutral pH?
7
What is the pH of our blood?
Our blood is relatively basic, ranging from 7.35-7.45.
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Neurology Adult Health 1
A patient is scheduled for an iodine-b…
A patient is admitted to the emergency…
What migraine medication should be avo…
Which characteristic feature may be as…
Allergy to seafood... For patients undergoing iodine-based diag…
Classic migraine... The patient's symptoms match those of a cla…
Rizatriptan... Rizatriptan is a triptan preparation and should…
Decreased sense of smell... The symptoms associated with stage…
A patient is scheduled for an iodine-b…
Allergy to seafood... For patients undergoing iodine-based diag…
A patient is admitted to the emergency…
Classic migraine... The patient's symptoms match those of a cla…
39 terms
Adult Health Exam 1
Pain assessment
Best indicator of pain
Treatment of pain
Adverse effects of drug therapy- Nonop…
Subjective:... Pattern of Pain - onset, duration... Breakthrough Pa…
patient's self report is the single most reliable indicator o…
Follow the principles of pain assessment... Every patient deserv…
Nonsalicylate:... acetaminopohen - ... hepatotoxicity... acute liver f…
Pain assessment
Subjective:... Pattern of Pain - onset, duration... Breakthrough Pa…
Best indicator of pain
patient's self report is the single most reliable indicator o…
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Adult health test #1
What does insulin do?
What is glucose metabolism?
What is lipoprotein metabolism?
What is ketone metabolism?
Lowers blood glucose after meals and facilitates the uptake a…
Process of converting glucose into glycogen and storing it in…
It inhibits the breakdown of triglycerides and enhances the s…
It is the product of fat metabolism and inhibits ketogenesis
What does insulin do?
Lowers blood glucose after meals and facilitates the uptake a…
What is glucose metabolism?
Process of converting glucose into glycogen and storing it in…
120 terms
Adult Health exam 1
Normal ABG values
respiratory acidosis
metabolic acidosis
metabolic alkalosis
-Arterial blood pH: 7.35-7.45... -Partial pressure of carbon dio…
-decreased in blood pH (less than 7.35), due to increase in C…
-decreased pH, decreased HCO3... -decreased base excess (state o…
-increased pH, increased HCO3 or decreased hydrogen ions (aci…
Normal ABG values
-Arterial blood pH: 7.35-7.45... -Partial pressure of carbon dio…
respiratory acidosis
-decreased in blood pH (less than 7.35), due to increase in C…
275 terms
Adult Health Exam 1
cancer
purpose of radiation therapy for cancer
teletherapy
brachytherapy
a disease characterized by uncontrolled growth of abnormal ce…
destroy cancer cells with minimal damaging effects of surroun…
radiation therapy that is administered at a distance from the…
a procedure that involves placing radioactive material inside…
cancer
a disease characterized by uncontrolled growth of abnormal ce…
purpose of radiation therapy for cancer
destroy cancer cells with minimal damaging effects of surroun…
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Adult Health 1 Final
What are 6 nursing actions that should…
What are 8 nursing actions that should…
What are 7 reasons to begin hemodialys…
What are 4 things a nurse should teach…
Use sterile technique when hooking up or clamping of tubing... W…
Weigh pt after & every 24 hrs while receiving treatment... Asses…
ESKD/Kidney Failure... Fluid overload not responding to diuretic…
Lie flat for short time after meals... Drink fluids 1 hr before…
What are 6 nursing actions that should…
Use sterile technique when hooking up or clamping of tubing... W…
What are 8 nursing actions that should…
Weigh pt after & every 24 hrs while receiving treatment... Asses…
206 terms
Adult health exam 1
Orem
Watson
World Health Organization
Holistic Nursing care
a state of wholeness or integrity of human beings
more than the absence of disease, it is harmony within mind b…
state of complete physical, mental, and social well being and…
integration of body, mind and spirit results in more powerful…
Orem
a state of wholeness or integrity of human beings
Watson
more than the absence of disease, it is harmony within mind b…
22 terms
Adult Health Exam 1
Hypovolemic Shock
Toxic Shock
Anaphylactic Shock
Septic Shock
an emergency condition in which severe blood and fluid loss m…
a rare, life-threatening complication of certain types of bac…
a serious, potentially life-threatening allergic response.
a serious condition that occurs when a body-wide infection le…
Hypovolemic Shock
an emergency condition in which severe blood and fluid loss m…
Toxic Shock
a rare, life-threatening complication of certain types of bac…
24 terms
Musculoskeletal Adult Health 1
Which procedure does the nurse anticip…
Which is an example of a flat bone tha…
The nurse is assessing the skeletal sy…
Which diagnostic test requires the nur…
Muscle biopsy... Muscle biopsy is done for the diagnosis of atr…
Scapula... The scapula is a flat bone that protects vital organ…
African Americans have a decreased incidence of osteoporosis.…
Computed tomography (CT)... A CT scan creates three-dimensional…
Which procedure does the nurse anticip…
Muscle biopsy... Muscle biopsy is done for the diagnosis of atr…
Which is an example of a flat bone tha…
Scapula... The scapula is a flat bone that protects vital organ…
67 terms
Adult Health Exam 1
acidosis
active transport
alkalosis
anions
an abnormal increase in the hydrogen ion concentration in the…
process in which molecules move across a membrane against a c…
an abnormal increase in the pH of the blood greater than 7.45…
negatively charged ions
acidosis
an abnormal increase in the hydrogen ion concentration in the…
active transport
process in which molecules move across a membrane against a c…
92 terms
Adult Health Exam 1
Subjective data
Objective data
Nursing diagnosis
Primary disease prevention
What the patient tells you
What you observe
Problem related to as evidenced by...
Health promo, risk assessment, distance prevention
Subjective data
What the patient tells you
Objective data
What you observe
10 terms
Adult Health Exam 1
Normal range of sodium (Na+)
Normal level of Chloride (Cl-)
Normal level of Potassium
Electrolyte effected by diuretic?
135-145 mEq/L
95-108 mEq/L
3.5-5.0
potassium
Normal range of sodium (Na+)
135-145 mEq/L
Normal level of Chloride (Cl-)
95-108 mEq/L
74 terms
Adult Health 1 Test 1
Which phase of surgery begins with the…
What is the most important concern dur…
During which phase of surgery does the…
An appendectomy and hysterectomy are e…
Perioperative Phase
Patent airway
Preoperative Phase
Curative
Which phase of surgery begins with the…
Perioperative Phase
What is the most important concern dur…
Patent airway
92 terms
adult health exam 1
Nociceptive (physiologic) pain
Neuropathic (pathophysiologic) pain
the undisputed standard for assessing…
A comprehensive pain assessment should…
refers to the normal functioning of physiologic systems that…
results from abnormal processing of sensory input by the nerv…
patient's self-report
the admission assessment or initial interview with the patien…
Nociceptive (physiologic) pain
refers to the normal functioning of physiologic systems that…
Neuropathic (pathophysiologic) pain
results from abnormal processing of sensory input by the nerv…
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