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125 terms
Nursing 385 Midterm
What is critical thinking in nursing?
Seven Categories of requisite skills a…
What are nursing sensitive outcomes?
What are the signs and symptoms of dys…
The ability to reason, to make and to reflect on rational, lo…
1. Cognitive... 2. Behavioural... 3. Communication... 4. Interpersonal…
Specific patient results which occur as a consequence of spec…
-prolonged feeding... -oral expectoration, nasal regurgitation... -…
What is critical thinking in nursing?
The ability to reason, to make and to reflect on rational, lo…
Seven Categories of requisite skills a…
1. Cognitive... 2. Behavioural... 3. Communication... 4. Interpersonal…
9 terms
nursing 377-385
Safety
Error
Adverse Event
Misuse
Freedom from accidental injury. Expected outcome is reached.
The failure of a planned action to be completed as intended o…
An injury resulting from a medical intervention. An injury th…
Avoidable complications that prevent patients from receiving…
Safety
Freedom from accidental injury. Expected outcome is reached.
Error
The failure of a planned action to be completed as intended o…
44 terms
Eye disorders / Nursing 114
Inner canthus
Outer canthus
zonules
Canal of Schlemn
Inner corner of eye
Outer corner of eye
a series of fibers connecting the ciliary body and lens of th…
Passageway that goes around eye, permits fluid to drain out o…
Inner canthus
Inner corner of eye
Outer canthus
Outer corner of eye
49 terms
Renal Disorders- Nursing 1020
Anatomy of Renal and Urinary Tract Sys…
Kidney
Nephron
Functions of the Kidney
Upper: Kidneys and Ureters... Lower: Bladder and Urethra
Essential to the maintenance of a healthy body... *Principle org…
Functional Unit of the Kidney... 800,000-1.2 million Nephrons pe…
Main function: URINE FORMATION ... Filtration: kidneys filter wa…
Anatomy of Renal and Urinary Tract Sys…
Upper: Kidneys and Ureters... Lower: Bladder and Urethra
Kidney
Essential to the maintenance of a healthy body... *Principle org…
16 terms
Neurology Degenerative disorders - Nursing
Multiple Sclerosis
MS Diagnostic Tests
MS Treatment/Nsg Cares
Q: What problems should a nurse expect…
• A chronic autoimmune progressive inflammatory disease of th…
* Neuro exam... * Lumbar puncture for CSF... •Increase in protein…
• Treatment ... *Antispasmodics... *Muscle relaxants ... *Corticost…
• Visual disturbances ... • Balance problems ... • Mood disorders
Multiple Sclerosis
• A chronic autoimmune progressive inflammatory disease of th…
MS Diagnostic Tests
* Neuro exam... * Lumbar puncture for CSF... •Increase in protein…
8 terms
Nursing Management: Immunologic Disorders
Anaphylaxis
Risk Factors for Anaphylaxis
S/S of Anaphylaxis
Dx of Anaphylaxis
is an immediate type I hypersensitivity immunologic reaction…
• Foods that are common causes of anaphylaxis include peanuts…
skin testing
Anaphylaxis
is an immediate type I hypersensitivity immunologic reaction…
Risk Factors for Anaphylaxis
• Foods that are common causes of anaphylaxis include peanuts…
35 terms
Pediatric Neurological Disorders - Nursing
Spina Bifida
Meningomyelocele (spina bifida)
Meningocele (spina bifida)
Occulta (spina Bifida)
* Congenital... * Failure closure of the neural tube... * Lack of F…
*Most common type of Spina Bifida. ... * Protrusion of the membr…
a protrusion of the meninges through a gap in the spine due t…
A congenital defect in the walls of the spinal canal caused b…
Spina Bifida
* Congenital... * Failure closure of the neural tube... * Lack of F…
Meningomyelocele (spina bifida)
*Most common type of Spina Bifida. ... * Protrusion of the membr…
68 terms
endocrine disorders Nursing 1010
Differentiate between type 1 and type…
Describe risk factors
Relate the clinical manifestations of…
Identify the diagnostic and clinical s…
type 1: a metabolic disorder characterized by an absence of i…
older adult (>30)... sedentary life style ... weight gain... African a…
polyuria- (increased urination) due to polydipsia... polydipsia…
...
Differentiate between type 1 and type…
type 1: a metabolic disorder characterized by an absence of i…
Describe risk factors
older adult (>30)... sedentary life style ... weight gain... African a…
17 terms
Nursing fundamentals: Musculoskeletal disorders
Paralysis
Multiple sclerosis
Atrophy
contracture
loss of voluntary movement
weakness of muscles due to loss of myelin sheath
muscle mass decreases size
permanent shortening of the muscle, joints are ankylosed
Paralysis
loss of voluntary movement
Multiple sclerosis
weakness of muscles due to loss of myelin sheath
Neurocognitive Disorders, STCC Nursing
Dementia/neurocognitive disorder
S/S of Delirium
Course of Delirium
Delirium predisposing factors
- a disorder that affects thinking, reasoning, memory, learni…
- easily distractible... - disorganized thinking... - speech that i…
- abrupt onset (seizures or head injury)... - preceded by severa…
- systemic infections... - febrile illness... - metabolic disorders…
Dementia/neurocognitive disorder
- a disorder that affects thinking, reasoning, memory, learni…
S/S of Delirium
- easily distractible... - disorganized thinking... - speech that i…
12 terms
Nursing 3100- RBC Disorders
Red blood cells
Normal counts/levels
Anemia
Blood loss anemia
Contain hemoglobin (4 heme units surrounding an iron molecule…
RBC: male-4.2-5.4, female-3.6-5... HGB: male-13.4-17.6, female 1…
Insufficient # of RBC or insufficient hemoglobin... Non-specific…
RBC loss due to bleeding, causes fluid to move into vascular…
Red blood cells
Contain hemoglobin (4 heme units surrounding an iron molecule…
Normal counts/levels
RBC: male-4.2-5.4, female-3.6-5... HGB: male-13.4-17.6, female 1…
15 terms
Psych nursing- personality disorders
Discuss some problematic behaviors the…
Discuss characteristics associated w/…
Describe behaviors you would expect to…
Discuss behaviors frequently seen in p…
manipulation, "splitting", anger
arrogance; need for admiration; lack of empathy; seductive; s…
excessive emotionality; attention seeking superficial and sto…
instability; impulsivity; hypersensitivity; self-destructive…
Discuss some problematic behaviors the…
manipulation, "splitting", anger
Discuss characteristics associated w/…
arrogance; need for admiration; lack of empathy; seductive; s…
18 terms
Nursing 3100- Transplantation Disorders
Graft
Host
Human Leukocyte Antigen (HLA)
Autologous graft
Any cells, tissues, or organ that is being transplanted
Recipient of graft
The cell surface antigens that determine if transplanted tiss…
Donor & recipient are same person
Graft
Any cells, tissues, or organ that is being transplanted
Host
Recipient of graft
63 terms
Pediatric Nursing - Neuro Disorders
2 Components of Level of Consciousness
Glasgow Coma Scale
Decorticate posturing
Decerebrate posturing
Alertness... Cognitive power
Rated 3-15... 3 Components - Best Eye (4 points), Best Verbal (5…
Indicates severe cerebral cortex dysfunction. Adduction of ar…
Indicates severe midbrain dysfunction. Rigid extension and pr…
2 Components of Level of Consciousness
Alertness... Cognitive power
Glasgow Coma Scale
Rated 3-15... 3 Components - Best Eye (4 points), Best Verbal (5…
16 terms
Neurology Degenerative disorders - Nursing
Multiple Sclerosis
MS Diagnostic Tests
MS Treatment/Nsg Cares
Q: What problems should a nurse expect…
• A chronic autoimmune progressive inflammatory disease of th…
* Neuro exam... * Lumbar puncture for CSF... •Increase in protein…
• Treatment ... *Antispasmodics... *Muscle relaxants ... *Corticost…
• Visual disturbances ... • Balance problems ... • Mood disorders
Multiple Sclerosis
• A chronic autoimmune progressive inflammatory disease of th…
MS Diagnostic Tests
* Neuro exam... * Lumbar puncture for CSF... •Increase in protein…
49 terms
Renal Disorders- Nursing 1020
Anatomy of Renal and Urinary Tract Sys…
Kidney
Nephron
Functions of the Kidney
Upper: Kidneys and Ureters... Lower: Bladder and Urethra
Essential to the maintenance of a healthy body... *Principle org…
Functional Unit of the Kidney... 800,000-1.2 million Nephrons pe…
Main function: URINE FORMATION ... Filtration: kidneys filter wa…
Anatomy of Renal and Urinary Tract Sys…
Upper: Kidneys and Ureters... Lower: Bladder and Urethra
Kidney
Essential to the maintenance of a healthy body... *Principle org…
Biliary Disorders, STCC Nursing
Function of the pancreas
Pancreatitis
Pathophysiology of pancreatitis
Pathophysiology Cont'd
- secretes enzymes to aid in the digestion of carbohydrates,…
- inflammation of the pancreas... - frequently seen in patients…
- inflammation of the pancreas causes the pancreatic ducts to…
Pseudocyst: cavity continuous with or surrounding the outsi…
Function of the pancreas
- secretes enzymes to aid in the digestion of carbohydrates,…
Pancreatitis
- inflammation of the pancreas... - frequently seen in patients…
34 terms
Pediatric nursing heart disorders
Congenital heart disease
Environmental factors include....
Genetic risk factors include...
Types of defects
an abnormality or anomaly of the heart, present at birth
maternal alcoholism, intrauterine rubella exposure, diabetes…
Sibling or parent with CHD, chromosomal anomalies
Cyanotic and Acyanotic
Congenital heart disease
an abnormality or anomaly of the heart, present at birth
Environmental factors include....
maternal alcoholism, intrauterine rubella exposure, diabetes…
110 terms
GI Disorders - Nursing Care
what is the etiology of diarrhea
what are some causes of decreased flui…
what is a main cause of increased flui…
what can cause motility disturbances i…
-decreased fluid absorption ... -increased fluid secretion... -moti…
-laxatives... -malabsorption ... -inflammatory bowel disease... -lacto…
infections
irritable bowel syndrome
what is the etiology of diarrhea
-decreased fluid absorption ... -increased fluid secretion... -moti…
what are some causes of decreased flui…
-laxatives... -malabsorption ... -inflammatory bowel disease... -lacto…
63 terms
Pediatric Nursing - Neuro Disorders
2 Components of Level of Consciousness
Glasgow Coma Scale
Decorticate posturing
Decerebrate posturing
Alertness... Cognitive power
Rated 3-15... 3 Components - Best Eye (4 points), Best Verbal (5…
Indicates severe cerebral cortex dysfunction. Adduction of ar…
Indicates severe midbrain dysfunction. Rigid extension and pr…
2 Components of Level of Consciousness
Alertness... Cognitive power
Glasgow Coma Scale
Rated 3-15... 3 Components - Best Eye (4 points), Best Verbal (5…
80 terms
Skin disorders Dermatologic Nursing
Skin
Skin tissues
Skin function
Metabolism
The largest organ of the body which is composed of several ti…
*Epithelial- protects, absorbs and allow secretion... *Connectiv…
Protection is the 1st line of defense against microorganisms…
Provides insulation by adipose tissue in skin hair, vitamin D…
Skin
The largest organ of the body which is composed of several ti…
Skin tissues
*Epithelial- protects, absorbs and allow secretion... *Connectiv…
29 terms
Nursing Science: Mood disorders
Another name for mood disorders
Definition of mood disorder
Categories of mood disorders
Major Depression (MDD)
Affective disorders
Pervasive alterations in mood that are manifested by depressi…
Bipolar ... Depression
...
Another name for mood disorders
Affective disorders
Definition of mood disorder
Pervasive alterations in mood that are manifested by depressi…
63 terms
Pediatric Nursing - Neuro Disorders
2 Components of Level of Consciousness
Glasgow Coma Scale
Decorticate posturing
Decerebrate posturing
Alertness... Cognitive power
Rated 3-15... 3 Components - Best Eye (4 points), Best Verbal (5…
Indicates severe cerebral cortex dysfunction. Adduction of ar…
Indicates severe midbrain dysfunction. Rigid extension and pr…
2 Components of Level of Consciousness
Alertness... Cognitive power
Glasgow Coma Scale
Rated 3-15... 3 Components - Best Eye (4 points), Best Verbal (5…
11 terms
Nursing Management: Vascular Disorders
Peripheral Artery Disease
PAD-Risk Factors
S&S
Lower Extremities
Thickening of artery walls... Narrowing in upper and or lower ex…
Tobacco... Hyperlipidemia... DM... HTN... C reactive protein
Intermittent claudication-muscle ache or pain preceded by exe…
Complications:... Atrophy of skin and muscle... Delayed healing, in…
Peripheral Artery Disease
Thickening of artery walls... Narrowing in upper and or lower ex…
PAD-Risk Factors
Tobacco... Hyperlipidemia... DM... HTN... C reactive protein
108 terms
Nursing 323: Respiratory Disorders
Pneumothorax
Open pneumothorax
open on inhalation
open on exhalation
air in the pleural space residing in partial or complete coll…
chest wall injury permits air to flow in and out of the pleur…
air enters the injured side. causing collapse of the lung and…
the air is partially forced from the affected side pleural sp…
Pneumothorax
air in the pleural space residing in partial or complete coll…
Open pneumothorax
chest wall injury permits air to flow in and out of the pleur…
63 terms
Pediatric Nursing - Neuro Disorders
2 Components of Level of Consciousness
Glasgow Coma Scale
Decorticate posturing
Decerebrate posturing
Alertness... Cognitive power
Rated 3-15... 3 Components - Best Eye (4 points), Best Verbal (5…
Indicates severe cerebral cortex dysfunction. Adduction of ar…
Indicates severe midbrain dysfunction. Rigid extension and pr…
2 Components of Level of Consciousness
Alertness... Cognitive power
Glasgow Coma Scale
Rated 3-15... 3 Components - Best Eye (4 points), Best Verbal (5…
73 terms
Nursing Care Hematologic Disorders
Anemia
Nutritional anemias
Anemia signs and symptoms
Iron deficiency anemia medications
decreased RBC production, increased RBC loss, increased RBC d…
nutrient deficits affect RBC formation or hemoglobin synthesi…
can be asymptomatic, pallor of the skin, heart and respirator…
iron replacement therapy,
Anemia
decreased RBC production, increased RBC loss, increased RBC d…
Nutritional anemias
nutrient deficits affect RBC formation or hemoglobin synthesi…
113 terms
Nurse 392 Musculoskeletal Disorders
Purpose and teaching/responsibility fo…
Diskogram
Purpose and teaching/responsibility fo…
Purpose and teaching/responsibility fo…
-DXA is dual energy X-ray absorptiometry: measures the bone m…
-X ray of cervical/lumbar disk after injection of contrast
-The radioisotope is taken up by the bone ... -Increased uptake…
-Fiberoptic tube used to look at interior of a joint cavity…
Purpose and teaching/responsibility fo…
-DXA is dual energy X-ray absorptiometry: measures the bone m…
Diskogram
-X ray of cervical/lumbar disk after injection of contrast
69 terms
Chronic neurologic disorders Nursing
Opisthotonos
Brudzinski's sign
Kernig's sign
S&S of meningitis
Sign of menigitis. Spasm of muscles causing backward arching…
Sign of menigitis. When bend the neck the legs bend as well
Sign of meningitis. When put the leg at 90 degrees the them d…
Headache, neck and back stiffness, malaise, fever with chills…
Opisthotonos
Sign of menigitis. Spasm of muscles causing backward arching…
Brudzinski's sign
Sign of menigitis. When bend the neck the legs bend as well
48 terms
Nursing 447: Bleeding Disorders
Viability generally considered after 2…
Threatened Abortion
Threatened Abortion TX
Imminent/Inevitable Abortion
500
bleeding, cramping, back-ache, cervix closed
limit activity, 24-48 hr bedrest, emotional support
bleeding, cramping, cervix dilating, membranes may rupture
Viability generally considered after 2…
500
Threatened Abortion
bleeding, cramping, back-ache, cervix closed
46 terms
Acute nursing- GI disorders
Bilirubin
Borborygmi
Deglutition
Endoscopy
an orange-yellow pigment in the bile that forms as a product…
loud, gurgling bowel sounds signaling increased motility or h…
the act of swallowing
Visual examination of a cavity or canal using a flexible fibe…
Bilirubin
an orange-yellow pigment in the bile that forms as a product…
Borborygmi
loud, gurgling bowel sounds signaling increased motility or h…
58 terms
Nursing Management: Cardiovascular Disorders
Acute Coronary Syndrome
Uncontrollable risk factors for ACS:
Modifiable risk factors for ACS:
S/S of MI
is an emergent situation characterized by an acute onset of m…
• Age (men > 45 years, women > 55 years) ... • Gender (men < 55…
• Diabetes ... • Hypertension ... • Smoking ... • Obesity ... • Physical…
- acute onset of crushing, substernal chest pain... - pain in ot…
Acute Coronary Syndrome
is an emergent situation characterized by an acute onset of m…
Uncontrollable risk factors for ACS:
• Age (men > 45 years, women > 55 years) ... • Gender (men < 55…
66 terms
Neuro Disorders Nursing
Parkinson's Etiology
Parkinson's Pathophysiology
Parkinson's Clinical Manifestations
Parkinson's Diagnostics
Unknown; assumed factors could include genetics, atherosclero…
Decreased levels of dopamine resulting from degeneration of d…
Gradual onset. Tremors (pill-roll), rigidity (lead-pipe rigid…
No specific diagnosis. Diagnosed from patient's hx, age, and…
Parkinson's Etiology
Unknown; assumed factors could include genetics, atherosclero…
Parkinson's Pathophysiology
Decreased levels of dopamine resulting from degeneration of d…
Medical/ Surgical Nursing Nursing Management of Vascular Disorders
Aneurysms
Aortic dissection
Etiology and Pathophysiology of Aortic…
Thoracic aorta aneurysm
Outpouchings or dilations of the arterial wall, at least on v…
Often misnamed "dissecting aneurysm" ... Not a type of aneurysm…
Can be in more than one location: risk of rupture or clot in…
often asymptomatic... Most common manifestation... -deep diffuse c…
Aneurysms
Outpouchings or dilations of the arterial wall, at least on v…
Aortic dissection
Often misnamed "dissecting aneurysm" ... Not a type of aneurysm…
Pediatric Nursing - Neuro Disorders
2 Components of Level of Consciousness
Glasgow Coma Scale
Decorticate posturing
Decerebrate posturing
Alertness... Cognitive power
Rated 3-15... 3 Components - Best Eye (4 points), Best Verbal (5…
Indicates severe cerebral cortex dysfunction. Adduction of ar…
Indicates severe midbrain dysfunction. Rigid extension and pr…
2 Components of Level of Consciousness
Alertness... Cognitive power
Glasgow Coma Scale
Rated 3-15... 3 Components - Best Eye (4 points), Best Verbal (5…
177 terms
Nursing Management for Hematological Disorders
3 kinds of cells of the hemotologic sy…
3 kinds of WBC's
4 considerations for elderly patients…
what 6 questions about a patients hist…
1. RBC's... 2. Platelets... 3. WBC's
1. Granulocytes ... 2. Lymphocytes ... 3. Monocytes
1. nail beds... 2. hair ... 3. skin moisture ... 4. skin color
1. family... 2. meds/allergies... 3. diet... 4. transfusions/radiation…
3 kinds of cells of the hemotologic sy…
1. RBC's... 2. Platelets... 3. WBC's
3 kinds of WBC's
1. Granulocytes ... 2. Lymphocytes ... 3. Monocytes
36 terms
reproductive nursing- breast disorders
mammogram
Yearly mammograms starting
clinical breast exams (CBE)
Women at increased risk
used to visualize the breast's internal structures using x-ra…
at age 40
every 3 years for women 20-30 years old. every year for women…
family hx, genetic link, past breast cancer
mammogram
used to visualize the breast's internal structures using x-ra…
Yearly mammograms starting
at age 40
Mood Disorders [STCC Nursing]
Types of Mood Disorders
Medications that can cause depression:
Electrolytes contributing to depression
Nutritional deficiencies contributing…
- Major Depressive Disorder (MDD)... - Persistent Depressive Dis…
- steroids (prednisone)... - hormones... - sedatives... - propranolol…
- electrolyte disturbances can cause symptoms of depression... -…
- vitamin B1 (thiamine)... - B6 (pyridoxine)... - B12 -niacin -vita…
Types of Mood Disorders
- Major Depressive Disorder (MDD)... - Persistent Depressive Dis…
Medications that can cause depression:
- steroids (prednisone)... - hormones... - sedatives... - propranolol…
34 terms
Neurological Disorders and Nursing Care
Signs and Symptoms of Parkinson's
Nursing Considerations for Parkinson's
Signs and Symptoms of MS.
Nursing Considerations for MS.
- tremors ( FYI: they increase with stress/ anxiety, and at r…
- SAFETY is priority!... - remove anything in environment that c…
- paresthesia, proprioception ... - fatigue, paresis, paralysis…
-ROM, encourage activity... - avoid stress... - remove anything in…
Signs and Symptoms of Parkinson's
- tremors ( FYI: they increase with stress/ anxiety, and at r…
Nursing Considerations for Parkinson's
- SAFETY is priority!... - remove anything in environment that c…
50 terms
Personality Disorders-Psych Nursing
Define Personality
Define Personality Disorder
Diagnostic criteria for a Personality…
Define Pervasive
A collection of traits unique to an individual that are relat…
When personality traits are inflexible and maladaptive and ca…
An enduring pattern of inner experience and behavior that dev…
Involved in everything that you do.
Define Personality
A collection of traits unique to an individual that are relat…
Define Personality Disorder
When personality traits are inflexible and maladaptive and ca…
33 terms
Personality Disorders Nursing
Personality
Personality disorders:
Cluster A: odd/eccentric
Paranoid Clinical picture:
Ingrained enduring pattern of behaving and relating to self,…
traits inflexible and maladaptive; significant interference w…
Paranoid, Schizoid, Schizotypal
pervasive mistrust/suspiciousness of others; use of projectio…
Personality
Ingrained enduring pattern of behaving and relating to self,…
Personality disorders:
traits inflexible and maladaptive; significant interference w…
71 terms
Nursing: Immunologic Disorders
Variations in Peds A&P for Immune system
cellular immunity
humoral immunity
Important Health History for this child
-full term babies still have system immaturity... -decreased inf…
cell mediated immunity controlled by T cells... -T cells produce…
immunity mediated by antibodies secreted by B cells (which ar…
-Maternal HIV status... -frequent/recurrent infections?... -chronic…
Variations in Peds A&P for Immune system
-full term babies still have system immaturity... -decreased inf…
cellular immunity
cell mediated immunity controlled by T cells... -T cells produce…
12 terms
Sleep disorders: nursing concepts
Insomnia
Hypersomina
Narcolepsy
Sleep apnea
- inability to fall asleep or remain asleep... - MC sleep compla…
- sleeps at night but can't stay awake during the day... - never…
- day time sleepiness from decreased hypocretin in area of CN…
- periods of breathlessnes... - > 5 10 sec long segments per hr…
Insomnia
- inability to fall asleep or remain asleep... - MC sleep compla…
Hypersomina
- sleeps at night but can't stay awake during the day... - never…
12 terms
Personality disorders nursing intervention
Paranoid
Schizoid
Antisocial
Borderline
Serious, straightforward approach; teach client to validate i…
Improve client's functioning in the community; assist client…
Limit setting; confrontation; teach client to solve problems…
Promote safety; help client to cope and control emotions; cog…
Paranoid
Serious, straightforward approach; teach client to validate i…
Schizoid
Improve client's functioning in the community; assist client…
38 terms
SA Nursing--Endocrine Disorders
Name 6 endocrine glands
What 2 things commonly cause low conce…
Describe the physiology of the release…
Give 9 clinical signs of hypothyroidism
Thyroid... Adrenal... Endocrine Pancreas... Parathyroid... Testes/Ovaries…
Inflammation of thyroid gland... Atrophy of thyroid gland
Hypothalamus releases TRH-->stimulates pituitary... Pituitary re…
Dry scaly skin... Course dull haircoat... Alopecia... Rat-tail... Dermati…
Name 6 endocrine glands
Thyroid... Adrenal... Endocrine Pancreas... Parathyroid... Testes/Ovaries…
What 2 things commonly cause low conce…
Inflammation of thyroid gland... Atrophy of thyroid gland
63 terms
Nurse 310 Neuro Disorders
What are some causes of a secondary me…
s/s meningitis
What are residual neuro dysfunctions o…
What labs will we see with bacterial m…
-Pneumonia ... -Osteomylitis... -Endocarditis ... -Sinusitis ... -Otitis…
-Restlessness/irritability ... -Headache/N/V ... -Meningeal irritat…
-Hearing loss... -Blindness... -Hydrocephalus... -Personality changes…
-^ protein... -v glucose ... -Will be purulent/viscous... -WBC's segs…
What are some causes of a secondary me…
-Pneumonia ... -Osteomylitis... -Endocarditis ... -Sinusitis ... -Otitis…
s/s meningitis
-Restlessness/irritability ... -Headache/N/V ... -Meningeal irritat…
13 terms
Nursing 4 dissociative disorders
types
dissociative disorders
dissociative disorders continued
mild form dissociative disorder
dissociative amnesia... dissociative fungue... depersonalization... di…
alter one level of self awareness in an effort to escape an u…
an unconscious defense mechanism... aims to protect an individua…
things such as spacing out in class... not paying attention... day…
types
dissociative amnesia... dissociative fungue... depersonalization... di…
dissociative disorders
alter one level of self awareness in an effort to escape an u…
113 terms
Nurse 392 Musculoskeletal Disorders
Purpose and teaching/responsibility fo…
Diskogram
Purpose and teaching/responsibility fo…
Purpose and teaching/responsibility fo…
-DXA is dual energy X-ray absorptiometry: measures the bone m…
-X ray of cervical/lumbar disk after injection of contrast
-The radioisotope is taken up by the bone ... -Increased uptake…
-Fiberoptic tube used to look at interior of a joint cavity…
Purpose and teaching/responsibility fo…
-DXA is dual energy X-ray absorptiometry: measures the bone m…
Diskogram
-X ray of cervical/lumbar disk after injection of contrast
18 terms
Disorders of the Ear - Nursing - Sensory System
List the primary cause of hearing loss:
Conductive
Sensory
Neural
* Disease... * Injury... * Exposure to excessive noise... * Congenital…
Transmission hearing loss, which conducts sound waves to the…
Hearing loss from the cochleas, involving the hair cells and…
hearing loss originating in the nerve or brain stem
List the primary cause of hearing loss:
* Disease... * Injury... * Exposure to excessive noise... * Congenital…
Conductive
Transmission hearing loss, which conducts sound waves to the…
43 terms
Nursing Sleep-Wake disorders
Sleep
Sleep needs for newborns
sleep needs for preadolescents
sleep needs for adolescents
-50-80% of patients for mental health care report sleep probl…
17-18 hours
10 hours
9 hours
Sleep
-50-80% of patients for mental health care report sleep probl…
Sleep needs for newborns
17-18 hours
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