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137 terms
BMTCP Intermediate Nursing 4 (Nursing 201)
Anesthesia
Curative Surgery
Example of Curative Surgery
Diagnostic Surgery
A loss of sensory perception to prevent pain, achieve adequat…
Cures; alleviates a problem
Appendectomy
Done to provide data for a diagnosis of the problem
Anesthesia
A loss of sensory perception to prevent pain, achieve adequat…
Curative Surgery
Cures; alleviates a problem
114 terms
BMTCP Intermediate Nursing 3 (Nursing 201)
Absorption
Adverse Effect
Ampoule (Ampule)
Diluent
The passage of medication molecules into the blood from the s…
Unintended, undesirable and often unpredictable severe respon…
Made of glass with a restricted neck that is pre-scored to be…
A substance capable of dissolving a drug and holding it in a…
Absorption
The passage of medication molecules into the blood from the s…
Adverse Effect
Unintended, undesirable and often unpredictable severe respon…
63 terms
BMTCP Nursing 201 Unit 3 (Pharmacology)
absorption
adverse effect
adverse
ampule
the passage of meds. molecules into the blood from the site o…
an effect of a drug which may be unfavorable to the patient's…
_______ effects are not desired, such as an allergic reaction
made of glass with a restricted neck that is pre-scored to be…
absorption
the passage of meds. molecules into the blood from the site o…
adverse effect
an effect of a drug which may be unfavorable to the patient's…
46 terms
N201 Nursing 1 Postoperative
When does postoperative begin?
When does postoperative end?
What is PACU? (Postanesthesia care unit)
What does PACU consist of?
On admission to PACU.
When surgeon releases pt.
Ongoing evaluation & stabilization of pt's to anticipate, pre…
1:1 nurse: pt ratio, large open room w/curtains, airway equip…
When does postoperative begin?
On admission to PACU.
When does postoperative end?
When surgeon releases pt.
159 terms
N201 Nursing Unit 1 Preoperative
When does preoperative begin?
When does preoperative end?
What are the reasons for surgery?
What does diagnostic determine?
When surgery date is scheduled.
Upon transfer to surgical suite.
Diagnostic, curative, restorative, palliative, cosmetic.
Origin & cause of a disorder, or cell type of a cancer. Ex. B…
When does preoperative begin?
When surgery date is scheduled.
When does preoperative end?
Upon transfer to surgical suite.
68 terms
N201 Nursing Unit 1 Intraoperative
What are the main concerns of the nurs…
What is the pt at risk for in the OR?
Why is nursing care during the intraop…
What does the anesthesiologist do?
Safety & advocacy for pt.
Infection, impaired skin integrity, increased anxiety, altere…
Must meet pt's physical, spiritual, psychological needs & pro…
MD specializing in giving anesthetic agents.
What are the main concerns of the nurs…
Safety & advocacy for pt.
What is the pt at risk for in the OR?
Infection, impaired skin integrity, increased anxiety, altere…
69 terms
N201 (lab) Nurses Role in Health Assessment (Ch1)
Advocacy
Advanced practice registered nurse (AP…
Assessment
Body system assessment
Nursing role that includes:... 1) keeping patients safe... 2) commu…
umbrella term given to RN who has achieved a BSN. BSN include…
1) gather health status info of patient... 2) analyze & synthesi…
a method that nurse examines the patient focused on a single…
Advocacy
Nursing role that includes:... 1) keeping patients safe... 2) commu…
Advanced practice registered nurse (AP…
umbrella term given to RN who has achieved a BSN. BSN include…
49 terms
N201 abbreviations quiz 1
CBR
up ad lib
abd
CTA
complete bed rest
up as desired
abdomen
clear to auscultation
CBR
complete bed rest
up ad lib
up as desired
22 terms
N101 Basic Nursing Fundamentals Theory Unit 2 (terms)
Consent
Ethics
Code of Ethics
Confidentiality
An agreement and acceptance of an opinion or course of action.
The term comes from the Greek word ethos meaning customs or m…
A list of written statements describing ideal behavior for th…
Any information obtained about a patient's history, condition…
Consent
An agreement and acceptance of an opinion or course of action.
Ethics
The term comes from the Greek word ethos meaning customs or m…
43 terms
nursing skills IM/Sub-Q landmarks- peer evaluation
deltoid volume
deltoid viscosity
deltoid needle gauge
deltoid needle length
2mL or less
no viscous solutions used
20-25G
1-1.5 inch
deltoid volume
2mL or less
deltoid viscosity
no viscous solutions used
15 terms
NUR201 // Female Reproductive Cancers
most common gynecological malignancy
risks for uterine endometrial cancer
signs and symptoms of uterine endometr…
diagnosis of uterine endometrial cancer
uterine endometrial cancer
prolonged estrogen... women in reproductive years... family history…
post-menopausal bleeding (dysfunctional bleeding)... low back, a…
transvaginal ultrasound... CT... MRI
most common gynecological malignancy
uterine endometrial cancer
risks for uterine endometrial cancer
prolonged estrogen... women in reproductive years... family history…
157 terms
N201: Nutrition: P/P ch 44 & Giddens ch 13
Nutrition
List the 6 major types of nutrients
Macronutrients
Micronutrients
the science of optimal cellular metabolism and its impact on…
● Carbohydrates... ● Proteins... ● Fats... ● Water... ● Vitamins... ● Minerals
are the kilo-calorie source of ... ● Carbohydrates - 4kcal/g... ● P…
include vitamins and minerals
Nutrition
the science of optimal cellular metabolism and its impact on…
List the 6 major types of nutrients
● Carbohydrates... ● Proteins... ● Fats... ● Water... ● Vitamins... ● Minerals
50 terms
Top 50 Drugs-Nursing
Albuterol Aerosol
(Ambien) zolpidem
(Ativan) lorazepam
(Avandia) rosiglitazone
Classification: Bronchodilator Beta 2 agonist... Therapeutic Eff…
Classification: Sedative / hypnotic ... Therapeutic Effects: Sed…
Classification: Antianxiety Sedative / hypnotic. Benzodiazepi…
Classification: Antidiabetic. Thiazolidinediones... Therapeutic…
Albuterol Aerosol
Classification: Bronchodilator Beta 2 agonist... Therapeutic Eff…
(Ambien) zolpidem
Classification: Sedative / hypnotic ... Therapeutic Effects: Sed…
15 terms
N201 Mod C CH1 - Mental Health Concepts / Definitions
asylum
case management
deinstitutionalization
Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of M…
concept of a safe refuge or haven offering protection at inst…
delivery of care on a case by case basis
deliberate shift from institutional care in state hospitals t…
describes all mental disorders, outlining specific diagnostic…
asylum
concept of a safe refuge or haven offering protection at inst…
case management
delivery of care on a case by case basis
235 terms
Nursing Fundamentals
Who was the founder of modern nursing…
Who was the founder of the Red Cross?
Who established the Frontier Nursing S…
Who was a pioneering crusader for the…
Florence Nightingale
Clara Barton
Mary Breckenridge
Dorthea Dix
Who was the founder of modern nursing…
Florence Nightingale
Who was the founder of the Red Cross?
Clara Barton
75 terms
Nursing 201
Hepatitis
what causes Hepatitis ?
Hepatitis A
Hepatitis B
inflammation of the liver.
causes: viral, drugs and chemicals, autoimmune diseases and m…
Ranges from mild to acute liver failure(one that is resolved)…
Acute or chronic disease... Incidence decreased with vaccination…
Hepatitis
inflammation of the liver.
what causes Hepatitis ?
causes: viral, drugs and chemicals, autoimmune diseases and m…
13 terms
GI Medications -N2
Antacids
Anti-infectives
Proton pump inhibitors
H2 Antagonists (receptor blockers)
Aluminum hydroxide... Magnesium hydroxide ... Calcium carbonate
Amoxicillin... Clarithromycin... Tetracycline
Lansoprazole... Omeprazole... Pantoprazole... Rabeprazole
Cimetidine... Famotidine... Nizatidine... Ranitidine
Antacids
Aluminum hydroxide... Magnesium hydroxide ... Calcium carbonate
Anti-infectives
Amoxicillin... Clarithromycin... Tetracycline
17 terms
N201 Endocrine Matching
SIADH (Syndrome of Inappropriate Anti-…
DI (Diabetes Insipidus)
Hypopituitarism
Graves Disease
condition of overproduction of ADH
condition of underproduction of ADH
condition that involves a decrease in one or more of the pitu…
autoimmune disease of thyroid enlargement and excessive thyro…
SIADH (Syndrome of Inappropriate Anti-…
condition of overproduction of ADH
DI (Diabetes Insipidus)
condition of underproduction of ADH
171 terms
Abbreviations (nursing)
--... a
ABG
ac
ADA
before
arterial blood gas
before meals
American Diabetic Association
--... a
before
ABG
arterial blood gas
15 terms
N201: RACIALIZATION, VULNERABILITY, MARGINALIZATION
Rights and freedoms in Canada
Fundamental Freedoms
Racialization
Vulnerability: A Definition
1. The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms guarantees the…
2. Everyone has the following fundamental freedoms: ... (a) free…
Racialization of health care settings (Democratic racism in C…
"Vulnerability is viewed as unprotected, exposed, undefended,…
Rights and freedoms in Canada
1. The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms guarantees the…
Fundamental Freedoms
2. Everyone has the following fundamental freedoms: ... (a) free…
129 terms
Endocrine
3 main players associated w Parathyroid
# of Parathyroid glands
Ideal ratio between osteoblasts and os…
Aids in calcium aborption in the Gut
Calcitonin... Phosphate... PTH
Avg 4 but varies... (may have none if thyroidectomy)
1:1
Vitamin D
3 main players associated w Parathyroid
Calcitonin... Phosphate... PTH
# of Parathyroid glands
Avg 4 but varies... (may have none if thyroidectomy)
21 terms
Nursing Conversions
1 kg
1 g
1mg
1oz
1000 g
1000 mg
1000mcg
30 mL
1 kg
1000 g
1 g
1000 mg
44 terms
Cranial Bones-BIO 201
Frontal Bone
Parietal Bone
Temporal Bone
Zygomatic Process
Frontal Bone
Parietal Bone
34 terms
N201 Mod C CH2 - Mental Health Concepts / Definitions (in process)
psychopharmacology
limbic system
neurotransmitter
excitatory neurotransmitter
the use of medications to treat mental illness
area of the brain located above the brain stem that includes…
chemical substance manufactured in the neuron that aid in the…
excite or stimulate an action in the cell
psychopharmacology
the use of medications to treat mental illness
limbic system
area of the brain located above the brain stem that includes…
153 terms
Perioperative Nursing Med Surg 2 424-482 Smeltzer
PACU
3 phases of perioperative period
preoperative phase
intraoperative phase
Postanesthesia Care Unit
preoperative, intraoperative, postoperative
begins with the patients decision to proceed with surgery and…
begins when the patient is transferred onto the OR table and…
PACU
Postanesthesia Care Unit
3 phases of perioperative period
preoperative, intraoperative, postoperative
46 terms
Nursing Process
assessment
case management
clinical pathways
diagnosis
a systematic process by which the nurse collects and analyzes…
assignment of a health care provider to oversee the progress…
multidisciplinary plan in which clinical interventions are sc…
identification of a disease or condition by scientific evalua…
assessment
a systematic process by which the nurse collects and analyzes…
case management
assignment of a health care provider to oversee the progress…
640 terms
Psychology/ Mental Health Nursing ATI
◯ Level of consciousness is described…
The Mental Status Examination (MSE)usi…
◯ Physical appearance
◯ Behavior
■ Alert- The client is responsive and able to fully respond b…
◯ Physical appearance ◯ Behavior ☐ Mood ☐ Affect ◯ Cognitive…
Examination includes assessment of personal hygiene, grooming…
Examination includes assessment of voluntary and involuntary…
◯ Level of consciousness is described…
■ Alert- The client is responsive and able to fully respond b…
The Mental Status Examination (MSE)usi…
◯ Physical appearance ◯ Behavior ☐ Mood ☐ Affect ◯ Cognitive…
8 terms
Ch 44 Med Surg NCLEX Practice
1
2
3
4
1
2
72 terms
BMTCP IN4
General Anesthesia
Regional Anesthesia
Conscious Sedation
Local Anesthesia
Induced by administration of inhalant gas, loss of consciousn…
Administration of a nerve block causing a loss of sensation i…
Local injection plus intravenous sedation causing a depressed…
Injected or applied topically at the desired site causing a l…
General Anesthesia
Induced by administration of inhalant gas, loss of consciousn…
Regional Anesthesia
Administration of a nerve block causing a loss of sensation i…
87 terms
N201 - Ch. 23 Mobility
Mobility:
Mobility refers to:
Immobility
Impaired physical mobility
Factors that facilitate and/or impair movement of the body; a…
Purposeful physical movement, including gross simple movement…
The inability to move freely
describes a state in which a person has limitation in physica…
Mobility:
Factors that facilitate and/or impair movement of the body; a…
Mobility refers to:
Purposeful physical movement, including gross simple movement…
14 terms
N201 - ch 31: Cognition
cognition
perception
awareness/consciousness
Levels of Consciousness
the process of thought that embodies perception, attention, v…
the interpretation of the environment and is dependent on the…
refers to the ability to perceive or be sensitive to stimuli…
-clouding: very mild form, patient has inattention & reduced…
cognition
the process of thought that embodies perception, attention, v…
perception
the interpretation of the environment and is dependent on the…
30 terms
N201 Nutrition/Celiac Disease
Tertiary Nursing Implications
Secondary Nursing Implications
Primary Nursing Implications
Fluid & Electrolyte Balance Common The…
Reduced complications, intensity, severity of current cases.
(screening) Secondary prevention involves screening tests to…
Reduce new cases of problem behavior.
Optimal, deficiency, or excess. (Too much, too little or just…
Tertiary Nursing Implications
Reduced complications, intensity, severity of current cases.
Secondary Nursing Implications
(screening) Secondary prevention involves screening tests to…
13 terms
N201: Equity and Social Justice
Social Justice, defined
Views of Social Justice in Nursing
Distributive Justice
Market Justice
Is "a concern for equitable distribution of benefits and burd…
Distributive justice (Equality principle)... Market justice (A…
Refers to the "equal distribution of goods and services in s…
Market justice posits that" people are entitled only to those…
Social Justice, defined
Is "a concern for equitable distribution of benefits and burd…
Views of Social Justice in Nursing
Distributive justice (Equality principle)... Market justice (A…
12 terms
Cranial Nerves
Cranial Nerve I
Cranial Nerve II
Cranial Nerve III
Cranial Nerve IV
Olfactory... Sensory, smell. ... Passes through perforations in t…
Optic... Sensory, vision... Optic nerves from the right and left…
Oculomotor... Somatic Sensory: 2 branches:... 1. Superior Branch:…
Trochlear... Somatic motor: superior oblique muscles ... 1. Intor…
Cranial Nerve I
Olfactory... Sensory, smell. ... Passes through perforations in t…
Cranial Nerve II
Optic... Sensory, vision... Optic nerves from the right and left…
24 terms
Ch 4 Nursing Process: Diagnosis
The second step in the nursing process…
Which of the following is/are true abo…
A collaborative problem is a(n) ______…
Garrett, a 56-year-old male, is admitt…
C. Accurate... Rationale:... Data that are accurate and verifiable…
A & C... Rationale:... A nursing diagnosis is a statement of clien…
B. Potential... Rationale:... A collaborative problem is always a…
A. Possible... B. Actual... C. Actual... D. Possible... E. Possible... F. Ri…
The second step in the nursing process…
C. Accurate... Rationale:... Data that are accurate and verifiable…
Which of the following is/are true abo…
A & C... Rationale:... A nursing diagnosis is a statement of clien…
35 terms
N201 Ch. 33 Addiction
Addiction
Dependence
The DSM-5
Addictive disorders in the DSM-5 have…
a compulsive and maladaptive dependence on a substance or beh…
typically produces adverse psychologic, physical, economic, s…
contains much terminology relevant to nursing practice and es…
divided into two major categories: the substance induced diso…
Addiction
a compulsive and maladaptive dependence on a substance or beh…
Dependence
typically produces adverse psychologic, physical, economic, s…
113 terms
Mental Health Nursing-Test #1
What are the main psychotropic drug ca…
formerly known a neuroleptics, these d…
this psychotropic drug category's prim…
these psychotropic drugs have extrapyr…
antipsychotics, antidepresssants, mood stabilizers, anxiolyti…
antipsychotics
antipsychotics
antipysychotics
What are the main psychotropic drug ca…
antipsychotics, antidepresssants, mood stabilizers, anxiolyti…
formerly known a neuroleptics, these d…
antipsychotics
129 terms
Diabetes Nursing 2
What is the onset of action for Rapid…
What is the peak for Rapid acting insu…
What is the Duration of Action for Rap…
What is the route of administration fo…
15 minutes
1-2 hours
3-5 hours
subcu
What is the onset of action for Rapid…
15 minutes
What is the peak for Rapid acting insu…
1-2 hours
20 terms
N201 - ch. 31 Cognition
cognition
memory
declarative memory
executive function
the process of thought that embodies perception, attention, v…
broadly refers to the retention and recall of past experience…
refers to the ability to consciously learn and recall informa…
refers to the higher thinking processes that allow for flexib…
cognition
the process of thought that embodies perception, attention, v…
memory
broadly refers to the retention and recall of past experience…
28 terms
Endocrine
Pituitary gland
Thyroid gland
Parathyroid glands
Thymus
1. Tiny structure size of grape... 2. Located at base of brain…
1. Butterfly-shaped mass of tissue... 2. On either side of laryn…
1. Four glands, each the size of a grain of rice... 2. Attached…
1. Endocrine gland and lymphatic organ... 2. Located behind ster…
Pituitary gland
1. Tiny structure size of grape... 2. Located at base of brain…
Thyroid gland
1. Butterfly-shaped mass of tissue... 2. On either side of laryn…
30 terms
N201 - Ch. 18 Reproduction
The sex glands or gonads (ovaries in t…
When the germ cells unite, a process k…
Childbirth will follow a typical gesta…
Reproduction is defined as
the germ cells (oocytes and spermatozoa) that unite and grow…
fertilization begins. (conception)
40 weeks.
the total process by which organisms produce offspring.
The sex glands or gonads (ovaries in t…
the germ cells (oocytes and spermatozoa) that unite and grow…
When the germ cells unite, a process k…
fertilization begins. (conception)
70 terms
BMTCP Intermediate Nursing Unit 3.1-3.5 Class Review
Floor Stock
Medication Administration Record (MAR)
Reconstitution
Enteric-coated tablet
A drug storage system which individual patient medicine doses…
A sheet used for documentation listing medications prescribed…
Restoring a dehydrated substance to its previous liquid form…
A tablet for oral used coated with materials that do not diss…
Floor Stock
A drug storage system which individual patient medicine doses…
Medication Administration Record (MAR)
A sheet used for documentation listing medications prescribed…
70 terms
BMTCP Intermediate Nursing Unit 3.1-3.5 Class Review
Floor Stock
Medication Administration Record (MAR)
Reconstitution
Enteric-coated tablet
A drug storage system which individual patient medicine doses…
A sheet used for documentation listing medications prescribed…
Restoring a dehydrated substance to its previous liquid form…
A tablet for oral used coated with materials that do not diss…
Floor Stock
A drug storage system which individual patient medicine doses…
Medication Administration Record (MAR)
A sheet used for documentation listing medications prescribed…
11 terms
Ch. 4 (Wong)
Communication Barriers (Nurse)
Signs of Information Overload (Patient)
Communicating with Children
Communicating with Adolescents *Build…
pg. 94... -Socializing... -Giving unrestricted and sometimes unaske…
pg.94... -Long periods of silence... -Wide eyes and fixed facial ex…
pg.95... -Allow children time to feel comfortable... -Avoid sudden…
pg.97... -Spend time together... -Encourage expression of ideas and…
Communication Barriers (Nurse)
pg. 94... -Socializing... -Giving unrestricted and sometimes unaske…
Signs of Information Overload (Patient)
pg.94... -Long periods of silence... -Wide eyes and fixed facial ex…
15 terms
Medications used to control HTN
Diuretics
Thiazide diuretics
Loop diuretics
Potassium Sparing Diuretics
inhibiting Na+ and H2O reabsorption... take with food, monitor I…
excreting of Na+, Cl, and H2O,- not immediate effect. Lose Na…
act on ascending loop of hence and cause Na+ and water loss w…
mild diuretic, used in combination therapy. Promote Na+ and H…
Diuretics
inhibiting Na+ and H2O reabsorption... take with food, monitor I…
Thiazide diuretics
excreting of Na+, Cl, and H2O,- not immediate effect. Lose Na…
216 terms
Endocrine (Nursing 4 TEST 4)
Chemical substance which serves as cat…
Have target receptors that interact w/…
Hormone levels are primarily controlle…
Hormones levels are also regulated via…
hormones
hormones
negative
circadian pattern (24-hr cycle)
Chemical substance which serves as cat…
hormones
Have target receptors that interact w/…
hormones
22 terms
CH. 16-20: The Nursing Process (Assessment, Nursing Diagnosis, Planning, Implementing, and Evaluating)
What are the 5 steps of the nursing pr…
During the Assessment process, you ___…
During the Assessment process, you hav…
During the Assessment process, you hav…
1. Assessment.... 2. Nursing Diagnosis.... 3. Planning.... 4. Implemen…
collect data
1. Interpret.... 2. Validate.... 3. Analyze.
1. Critical thinking.... 2. Standards of practice.
What are the 5 steps of the nursing pr…
1. Assessment.... 2. Nursing Diagnosis.... 3. Planning.... 4. Implemen…
During the Assessment process, you ___…
collect data
123 terms
N201 Unit 1
What is perioperative?
When does the preoperative period begin?
when does the intraoperative period be…
when does the postoperative period beg…
is the whole surgical process. preoperative, intraoperative a…
when the surgery date is scheduled.
with entrance into the surgical suite
on admission to the PACU.
What is perioperative?
is the whole surgical process. preoperative, intraoperative a…
When does the preoperative period begin?
when the surgery date is scheduled.
50 terms
Medical Oncology (221 Oncology)
Oncology
Why is Cancer called Cancer?
Dogs Can Smell Cancer!
Why Choose Oncology?
from Ancient Greek onkos... meaning bulk, mass, or tumor... a br…
Attributed to Hippocrates... Latin for Crab... On seeing a slice…
2006 study... Trained "...three Labradors & 2 Portuguese water…
Life-threatening disease process... Potentially life-threaten…
Oncology
from Ancient Greek onkos... meaning bulk, mass, or tumor... a br…
Why is Cancer called Cancer?
Attributed to Hippocrates... Latin for Crab... On seeing a slice…
18 terms
N201: The Philosophy of Primary Health Care
Definition of PHC
Focus of Primary Health Care
What is Primary Health Care?
Five Basic Principles of PHC: Accessib…
"PHC is a comprehensive system of essential health care that…
"Is preventing illness and promoting health"(CNA, 2003, p. 1)…
PHC includes basic medical and curative care (primary care),…
"Effective health care is accessible and equitable to all ind…
Definition of PHC
"PHC is a comprehensive system of essential health care that…
Focus of Primary Health Care
"Is preventing illness and promoting health"(CNA, 2003, p. 1)…
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