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Chapter 44: Outline
esophagus
stomach
Functions of the stomach (3)
Anatomic Regions of the stomach (4)
collapsible tube connecting the mouth to the stomach, through…
located in peritoneal cavity; situated in the left upper port…
1. Stores food during eating 2. secretes digestive enzymes 3.…
1. cardia (entrance) 2. fundus 3. body 4. pylorus (outlet)
esophagus
collapsible tube connecting the mouth to the stomach, through…
stomach
located in peritoneal cavity; situated in the left upper port…
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Chapter 44 : Acute Disorders of Brain Function
Mechanisms of Brain Injury
Ischemia and Hypoxia:Mechanisms of Bra…
Cellular Energy Failure:Mechanisms of…
Increased Intracranial Pressure (ICP):…
1.PRIMARY brain injury occurs as a DIRECT RESULT of the initi…
-Ischemia results in immediate neurologic dysfunction due to…
-Neuronal tissue is highly sensitive to oxygen deprivation be…
-Volume of cranium composed of three elements: brain tissue,…
Mechanisms of Brain Injury
1.PRIMARY brain injury occurs as a DIRECT RESULT of the initi…
Ischemia and Hypoxia:Mechanisms of Bra…
-Ischemia results in immediate neurologic dysfunction due to…
Chapter 44 GI Disorder
Achalasia
Achlorhydria
Anastomosis
Cachexia
"cardio spaspm"... the inability of a muscle to relax. ... Particul…
the absence of hydrochloric acid in the gastric juice
surgical joining of two ducts, blood vessels, or bowel segmen…
weakness and emaciation associated with general ill health an…
Achalasia
"cardio spaspm"... the inability of a muscle to relax. ... Particul…
Achlorhydria
the absence of hydrochloric acid in the gastric juice
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Chapter 44 fractures/ skin disorders
Arthritis
Osteoarthritis
Rheumatoid arthritis
Risk for arthritis
Joint inflammation
- cartilage that cover bones is lost and bones rub together…
- auto immune ... - attacks the lining of the joints ... - more com…
- aging ... - over weight ... - gender ... - family history
Arthritis
Joint inflammation
Osteoarthritis
- cartilage that cover bones is lost and bones rub together…
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Chapter 44 Urinary and Reproductive Disorders
Dialysis
Diuresis
Dysuria
Hematuria
The process of removing waste products from the blood
The process (esis) of passing (di) urine; large amounts of ur…
Difficult or painful urination
Blood in the urine
Dialysis
The process of removing waste products from the blood
Diuresis
The process (esis) of passing (di) urine; large amounts of ur…
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Chapter 44 Pituitary & Adrenal Disorders
gigantism
hypophysectomy
bone density
acromegaly
a disease that occurs in early childhood or puberty in which…
the treatment of choice for patients with a diagnosis of pitu…
radiographic films of the skill of people with hyperpituitari…
a disease that appears when adults are in their 30s and 40s i…
gigantism
a disease that occurs in early childhood or puberty in which…
hypophysectomy
the treatment of choice for patients with a diagnosis of pitu…
Chapter 44 Acute Disorders of the brain
Primary brain injury
Secondary brain injury
Ischemia
Occurs as a direct result of the initial insult
refers to the progressive damage resulting from the body's ph…
-Inadequate arterial blood flow. -Oxygenated blood is below t…
Primary brain injury
Occurs as a direct result of the initial insult
Secondary brain injury
refers to the progressive damage resulting from the body's ph…
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CHAPTER 44 URINARY AND REPRODUCTIVE DISORDERS
dialysis
diuresis
dysuria
hematuria
the process of removing waste products from the blood
the process of passing urine. ... large amounts of urine are pro…
difficult or painful urination
blood in the urine
dialysis
the process of removing waste products from the blood
diuresis
the process of passing urine. ... large amounts of urine are pro…
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Chapter 44 Pituitary and Adrenal Disorders
Released in response to body's needs…
Feedback mechanisms ... Controls regulati…
The Pituitary Gland
Anatomy and Physiology
a
...
...
...
Released in response to body's needs…
a
Feedback mechanisms ... Controls regulati…
...
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Chapter 44: Urinary and reproductive disorder
Scant urine is __-
Difficult or painful urination is ___
A __is a surgically created opening be…
___ is the process of passing urine; l…
Oliguria
Dysuria
Urostomy
Diuresis
Scant urine is __-
Oliguria
Difficult or painful urination is ___
Dysuria
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Chapter 44: MNT Metabolic Disorders
What blood concentrations of Phe is re…
What 2 things cause elevations in Phe
Phenylalanine
Protein
2-6 mg/dL or 120-360 mmol/L
1. Excessive Phe intake ... 2. Tissue catabolism
Birth- 12 months : 47-90 mg/kg ... 1-10 years: 200-500 mg/day
Birth- 12 months : 2.2 g/kg ... 6-12 months: 1.6 g/kg ... 1-10 year…
What blood concentrations of Phe is re…
2-6 mg/dL or 120-360 mmol/L
What 2 things cause elevations in Phe
1. Excessive Phe intake ... 2. Tissue catabolism
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Chapter 44: Thyroid Disorders
The TSH is the most useful test for sc…
Patients with subclinical or mild hypo…
What is the target TSH range (mIU/L) f…
When switching a patient with hypothyr…
It is a more sensitive biological marker of thyroid function…
Abnormal TSH and normal free T4 (FT4) levels
0.5 to 2.5
25 to 50 mcg
The TSH is the most useful test for sc…
It is a more sensitive biological marker of thyroid function…
Patients with subclinical or mild hypo…
Abnormal TSH and normal free T4 (FT4) levels
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Chapter 44- Acute Disorders of Brain Function
Ischemia
Hypoxia
Reperfusion Injury
Increased Intracranial Pressure (ICP)
-Decreased blood flow... -Results in immediate neurologic dysfun…
-Decreased oxygen at cellular level... -Occurs with ischemia... *A…
-When oxygen reenters cells, can produce reactive oxygen prod…
-Volume of cranium composed of three elements: brain tissue,…
Ischemia
-Decreased blood flow... -Results in immediate neurologic dysfun…
Hypoxia
-Decreased oxygen at cellular level... -Occurs with ischemia... *A…
Chapter 44 Mgt of Patients with Renal Disorders
acute nephritic syndrome
acute renal failure
anuria
acute tubular necrosis
type of renal failure with glomerular inflammation
sudden rapid deterioration of kidney function that is sometim…
total urine output less than 50 mL in 24 hours
type of acute renal failure in which there is acutal damage t…
acute nephritic syndrome
type of renal failure with glomerular inflammation
acute renal failure
sudden rapid deterioration of kidney function that is sometim…
Chapter 44 Mgt of Patients with Renal Disorders
acute nephritic syndrome
acute renal failure
anuria
acute tubular necrosis
type of renal failure with glomerular inflammation
sudden rapid deterioration of kidney function that is sometim…
total urine output less than 50 mL in 24 hours
type of acute renal failure in which there is acutal damage t…
acute nephritic syndrome
type of renal failure with glomerular inflammation
acute renal failure
sudden rapid deterioration of kidney function that is sometim…
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chapter 44 acute disorders of brain f(x)
Ischemic Stroke
Hemorrhagic Stroke
Treatment
Cerebral Aneurysm & Arteriovenous Malf…
-result from sudden occlusion of CEREBRAL ARTERY secondary to…
-Hemorrhage w/in the brain parenchyma ... -usually occurs second…
-cardiovascular stabilize ... -brain CT determines location and…
-Structural abnormalities of the cerebral arteries predispose…
Ischemic Stroke
-result from sudden occlusion of CEREBRAL ARTERY secondary to…
Hemorrhagic Stroke
-Hemorrhage w/in the brain parenchyma ... -usually occurs second…
Chapter 44 Mgt of Patients with Renal Disorders
acute nephritic syndrome
acute renal failure
anuria
acute tubular necrosis
type of renal failure with glomerular inflammation
sudden rapid deterioration of kidney function that is sometim…
total urine output less than 50 mL in 24 hours
type of acute renal failure in which there is acutal damage t…
acute nephritic syndrome
type of renal failure with glomerular inflammation
acute renal failure
sudden rapid deterioration of kidney function that is sometim…
Chapter 44 Mgt of Patients with Renal Disorders
acute nephritic syndrome
acute renal failure
anuria
acute tubular necrosis
type of renal failure with glomerular inflammation
sudden rapid deterioration of kidney function that is sometim…
total urine output less than 50 mL in 24 hours
type of acute renal failure in which there is acutal damage t…
acute nephritic syndrome
type of renal failure with glomerular inflammation
acute renal failure
sudden rapid deterioration of kidney function that is sometim…
Chapter 44 Mgt of Patients with Renal Disorders
acute nephritic syndrome
acute renal failure
anuria
acute tubular necrosis
type of renal failure with glomerular inflammation
sudden rapid deterioration of kidney function that is sometim…
total urine output less than 50 mL in 24 hours
type of acute renal failure in which there is acutal damage t…
acute nephritic syndrome
type of renal failure with glomerular inflammation
acute renal failure
sudden rapid deterioration of kidney function that is sometim…
Chapter 44 Mgt of Patients with Renal Disorders
acute nephritic syndrome
acute renal failure
anuria
acute tubular necrosis
type of renal failure with glomerular inflammation
sudden rapid deterioration of kidney function that is sometim…
total urine output less than 50 mL in 24 hours
type of acute renal failure in which there is acutal damage t…
acute nephritic syndrome
type of renal failure with glomerular inflammation
acute renal failure
sudden rapid deterioration of kidney function that is sometim…
Chapter 44 Mgt of Patients with Renal Disorders
acute nephritic syndrome
acute renal failure
anuria
acute tubular necrosis
type of renal failure with glomerular inflammation
sudden rapid deterioration of kidney function that is sometim…
total urine output less than 50 mL in 24 hours
type of acute renal failure in which there is acutal damage t…
acute nephritic syndrome
type of renal failure with glomerular inflammation
acute renal failure
sudden rapid deterioration of kidney function that is sometim…
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Chapter 44: Drugs for Pituitary, Thyroid, and Adrenal Disorders
Endocrine System
The Endocrine System Glands
Negative Feedback
Hormone Pharmacotherapy
•Consists of glands that secrete hormones... •Maintains homeosta…
Pineal, hypothalamus, pituitary gland, thyroid gland, parathy…
•Common for last hormone in a pathway to provide feedback... •Fo…
•Hormones used as... -Replacement therapy... -Antineoplastics... -Natu…
Endocrine System
•Consists of glands that secrete hormones... •Maintains homeosta…
The Endocrine System Glands
Pineal, hypothalamus, pituitary gland, thyroid gland, parathy…
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Chapter 44 Acute Disorders of Brain Function
Ischemia
A lack of oxygen results in...
Would one see hypoventilation used as…
Ischemia results in 4 ways
When the blood supply is inadequate to meet metabolic needs.…
-mitochondrial failure... -ATP depletion... -accumulation of intrac…
No, one would not treat a lack of oxygen by depleting oxygen…
1. Ischemia->increase glutamate release-> open NMDA channels-…
Ischemia
When the blood supply is inadequate to meet metabolic needs.…
A lack of oxygen results in...
-mitochondrial failure... -ATP depletion... -accumulation of intrac…
Chapter 44 Mgt of Patients with Renal Disorders
acute nephritic syndrome
acute renal failure
anuria
acute tubular necrosis
type of renal failure with glomerular inflammation
sudden rapid deterioration of kidney function that is sometim…
total urine output less than 50 mL in 24 hours
type of acute renal failure in which there is acutal damage t…
acute nephritic syndrome
type of renal failure with glomerular inflammation
acute renal failure
sudden rapid deterioration of kidney function that is sometim…
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Chapter 44 MNT for Genetic Metabolic Disorders
In PKU, phenylalanine is not metaboliz…
In PKU, the blood phenylalanine concen…
In PKU, a restricted phenylalanine die…
Pharmacologic doses of what substance…
phenylalanine hydroxylase
2 to 6
For life
Biotin
In PKU, phenylalanine is not metaboliz…
phenylalanine hydroxylase
In PKU, the blood phenylalanine concen…
2 to 6
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Chapter 44- pharmacotherapy of asthma and other pulmonary disorders
The physiology of the respiratory syst…
bronchodilation
bronchoconstriction
bronchoconstriction indication for pha…
primary function of respiratory system... - bring in oxygen and…
allows air to enter the alveoli more freely- which increases…
increases airway resistance resulting in less air flow ... **the…
-airway may narrow due to bronchospasm(sudden contraction o…
The physiology of the respiratory syst…
primary function of respiratory system... - bring in oxygen and…
bronchodilation
allows air to enter the alveoli more freely- which increases…
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CHAPTER 44 PITUITARY/ADRENAL DISORDERS
WHAT ARE HORMONES RESPONSIBLE FOR?
WHAT IS THE "MAIN MISSION" OF ENDOCRIN…
WHAT IS A HORMONE COMPOSED OF?
PITUITARY GLAND
REPRODUCTION... FLUID AND ELECTROLYTE BALANCE... HOST DEFENSES... RESP…
MAINTAIN HOMEOSTATSIS
AMINES... PEPTIDES... STEROIDS
2 LOBES:... ANTERIOR:... ( AKA ADENOHYPOPHYSIS)... (LG/70-80%)... (GH,LH…
WHAT ARE HORMONES RESPONSIBLE FOR?
REPRODUCTION... FLUID AND ELECTROLYTE BALANCE... HOST DEFENSES... RESP…
WHAT IS THE "MAIN MISSION" OF ENDOCRIN…
MAINTAIN HOMEOSTATSIS
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Chapter 44 - Acute Disorder of Brain Function
____ brain injury occurs as a direct r…
___ brain injury refers to progressive…
A critical factor in determining the n…
what are mechanisms of brain injury?
primary
secondary
adenosine triphosphate (ATP)
ischemia and hypoxia ; ... increase intracranial pressure
____ brain injury occurs as a direct r…
primary
___ brain injury refers to progressive…
secondary
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Chapter 44 Urinary and Reproductive Disorders
Cystitis
Cystitis symptoms
Oliguria
Dysuria
Bladder infection
Oliguria ... Dysuria... Hematuria... Pyuria
Scant urine
Difficult or painful peeing
Cystitis
Bladder infection
Cystitis symptoms
Oliguria ... Dysuria... Hematuria... Pyuria
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Chapter 44: Acute disorders of brain function
Primary brain injury
Secondary injury
Critical factor in determine the neuro…
Ischemia results in
occurs as a direct result of the initial insult
refers to progressive damage resulting from the body's physio…
degree of ATP depletion
Immediate neurologic dysfunction due to inability of neurons…
Primary brain injury
occurs as a direct result of the initial insult
Secondary injury
refers to progressive damage resulting from the body's physio…
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Chapter 44 Antihypertensives Term 1 Outline of Chapter
I. Blood pressure
Etiology of Hypertension
Regulators of blood pressure (organs)
Regulators of blood pressure (Hormone)
may be controlled in a variety of ways with a variety of agen…
o Family history, hyperlipidemia, African-American descent; d…
o KIDNEYS REGULATE via the RENIN (enzyme in kidneys that is r…
o Hormones: antidiuretic hormone (ADH)(will aid body to hang…
I. Blood pressure
may be controlled in a variety of ways with a variety of agen…
Etiology of Hypertension
o Family history, hyperlipidemia, African-American descent; d…
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Patho Chapter 44 Disorders of Skeletal System Metabolic and Rheumatic Disorders
Define osteopenia
Patho of osteopenia
Major causes osteopenia
Define osteoporosis
Reduction in bone mineral density greater than expected for a…
*occurs because of a decrease in bone formation, inadequate b…
• Osteoporosis... • Osteomalacia... • Malignancies such as multiple…
a metabolic bone disease characterized by... decreased bone dens…
Define osteopenia
Reduction in bone mineral density greater than expected for a…
Patho of osteopenia
*occurs because of a decrease in bone formation, inadequate b…
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Acute Disorders of Brain Function Chapter 44
Conditions Causing Injury to the Brain
Common Pathways of Brain Damage
Which of the following is not a common…
Hypoxia Causes ATP Depletion or "Power…
Traumaa* (TBI) (i.e. war, football)... ● Tumorss* (cancer)... ● *…
● The effects of ischemia... ● Excitatory amino acidd* injury…
a. Recreational drug use... Drug use can cause damage but is not…
Hypoxia is a deprivation of oxygen with *maintained blood f…
Conditions Causing Injury to the Brain
Traumaa* (TBI) (i.e. war, football)... ● Tumorss* (cancer)... ● *…
Common Pathways of Brain Damage
● The effects of ischemia... ● Excitatory amino acidd* injury…
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Chapter 44-Care of the Patient with a Musculoskeletal Disorder
Ankylosis
Arthrocentesis
Arthrodesis
Arthroplasty
Stiffening and immobility of a joint as a result of disease,…
Surgical puncture of the joint space to remove synovial fluid…
Surgical fusion of a joint.
Surgical replacement or reconstruction of a painful or deform…
Ankylosis
Stiffening and immobility of a joint as a result of disease,…
Arthrocentesis
Surgical puncture of the joint space to remove synovial fluid…
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Chapter 44-Care of the Patient with a Musculoskeletal Disorder
Ankylosis
Arthrocentesis
Arthrodesis
Artroplasty
Stiffening and immobility of a joint as a result of disease,…
Surgical puncture of the joint space to remove synovial fluid…
Surgical fusion of a joint.
Surgical replacement or reconstruction of a painful or deform…
Ankylosis
Stiffening and immobility of a joint as a result of disease,…
Arthrocentesis
Surgical puncture of the joint space to remove synovial fluid…
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Chapter 44: Pediatric Renal and Urinary disorders
___________ refers to a group of kidne…
Causes of glomerulonephritis... 1. Immuno…
What is are 4 important intervention t…
When would potassium be restricted?
Glomerulonephritis; An immunological reaction
Antecedent group A B-hemolytic streptococcal infection
Vital signs... intake and output... characteristics of urine... Daily…
During periods of oliguria
___________ refers to a group of kidne…
Glomerulonephritis; An immunological reaction
Causes of glomerulonephritis... 1. Immuno…
Antecedent group A B-hemolytic streptococcal infection
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Chapter 44- pharmacotherapy of asthma and other pulmonary disorders
The physiology of the respiratory syst…
bronchodilation
bronchoconstriction
bronchoconstriction indication for pha…
primary function of respiratory system... - bring in oxygen and…
allows air to enter the alveoli more freely- which increases…
increases airway resistance resulting in less air flow ... **the…
-airway may narrow due to bronchospasm(sudden contraction o…
The physiology of the respiratory syst…
primary function of respiratory system... - bring in oxygen and…
bronchodilation
allows air to enter the alveoli more freely- which increases…
Chapter 44 Mgt of Patients with Renal Disorders
acute nephritic syndrome
acute renal failure
anuria
acute tubular necrosis
type of renal failure with glomerular inflammation
sudden rapid deterioration of kidney function that is sometim…
total urine output less than 50 mL in 24 hours
type of acute renal failure in which there is acutal damage t…
acute nephritic syndrome
type of renal failure with glomerular inflammation
acute renal failure
sudden rapid deterioration of kidney function that is sometim…
Chapter 44 Study Guide - Acute Disorders of Brain Function
Only takes 10 minutes of anoxia (sever…
Mitochondrial dysfunction owing to lac…
Primary - is that which occurs immedia…
Primary: ischemia, traumatic brain inj…
Why is brain vulnerable to low oxygen environment?
What role do mitochondria play during hypoxia?
What are the differences between primary and secondary brain…
What are some examples of primary vs secondary injury?
Only takes 10 minutes of anoxia (sever…
Why is brain vulnerable to low oxygen environment?
Mitochondrial dysfunction owing to lac…
What role do mitochondria play during hypoxia?
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Chapter 44-Care of the Patient with a Musculoskeletal Disorder
Ankylosis
Arthrocentesis
Arthrodesis
Artroplasty
Stiffening and immobility of a joint as a result of disease,…
Surgical puncture of the joint space to remove synovial fluid…
Surgical fusion of a joint.
Surgical replacement or reconstruction of a painful or deform…
Ankylosis
Stiffening and immobility of a joint as a result of disease,…
Arthrocentesis
Surgical puncture of the joint space to remove synovial fluid…
Pharmacology-Chapter 44 (Drugs for Pituitary, Thyroid, and Adrenal Disorders)
What does the endocrine system consist…
What does the endocrine system do?
What causes the hormones to be secrete…
Can one hormone control another in the…
Glands that secrete hormones
1. Maintains homeostasis using hormones as chemical messenger…
Changes in internal environment; negative feedback
Yes
What does the endocrine system consist…
Glands that secrete hormones
What does the endocrine system do?
1. Maintains homeostasis using hormones as chemical messenger…
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Chapter 44 Gastrointestinal Disorders
What includes the digestive tract, or…
Peristalsis is
Accessory organs are consisted of what…
Digestion begins where?
Mouth,pharynx,esophagus,small intestine, large intestine, and…
coordinated,rhythmic, sequential contraction of smooth muscle…
Aid in digestive process, they release chemicals into the sys…
In the mouth, the teeth mechanically shred and grind food and…
What includes the digestive tract, or…
Mouth,pharynx,esophagus,small intestine, large intestine, and…
Peristalsis is
coordinated,rhythmic, sequential contraction of smooth muscle…
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Chapter 44-Care of the Patient with a Musculoskeletal Disorder
Ankylosis
Arthrocentesis
Arthrodesis
Artroplasty
Stiffening and immobility of a joint as a result of disease,…
Surgical puncture of the joint space to remove synovial fluid…
Surgical fusion of a joint.
Surgical replacement or reconstruction of a painful or deform…
Ankylosis
Stiffening and immobility of a joint as a result of disease,…
Arthrocentesis
Surgical puncture of the joint space to remove synovial fluid…
64 terms
Chapter 44-Care of the Patient with a Musculoskeletal Disorder
Ankylosis
Arthrocentesis
Arthrodesis
Artroplasty
Stiffening and immobility of a joint as a result of disease,…
Surgical puncture of the joint space to remove synovial fluid…
Surgical fusion of a joint.
Surgical replacement or reconstruction of a painful or deform…
Ankylosis
Stiffening and immobility of a joint as a result of disease,…
Arthrocentesis
Surgical puncture of the joint space to remove synovial fluid…
27 terms
Chapter 44: Nursing Management: Patients With Oncologic Disorders of the Brain and Spinal Cord
Types of brain tumors
Primary Brain Tumor present with:
What are the clinical manifestations o…
Localized symptoms of Brain tumors
Primary... Secondary... Glioma... Meningioma... Acoustic Neuroma... Pituitar…
Weakness... Sensory loss... Aphasia... Visual dysfunction... Seizures... N/V…
- headache - common in the early morning and is made worse by…
Hemiparesis... Seizures... Mental status changes... Sensory and motor…
Types of brain tumors
Primary... Secondary... Glioma... Meningioma... Acoustic Neuroma... Pituitar…
Primary Brain Tumor present with:
Weakness... Sensory loss... Aphasia... Visual dysfunction... Seizures... N/V…
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Chapter 44: Nursing Management: Patients With Oncologic Disorders of the Brain and Spinal Cord 205
Types of brain tumors
Present with Focal (localized) or gene…
-Originate as solid tumors in other pa…
- Is most common and aggressive malign…
Primary... Secondary... Glioma... Meningioma... Acoustic Neuroma... Pituitar…
Primary Brain Tumor
Secondary Brain Tumor
Glioma - Glioblastoma multiforme (GBM)
Types of brain tumors
Primary... Secondary... Glioma... Meningioma... Acoustic Neuroma... Pituitar…
Present with Focal (localized) or gene…
Primary Brain Tumor
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Combo with "CHAPTER 44 PITUITARY/ADRENAL DISORDERS" and 2 others
WHAT ARE HORMONES RESPONSIBLE FOR?
WHAT IS THE "MAIN MISSION" OF ENDOCRIN…
WHAT IS A HORMONE COMPOSED OF?
PITUITARY GLAND
REPRODUCTION... FLUID AND ELECTROLYTE BALANCE... HOST DEFENSES... RESP…
MAINTAIN HOMEOSTATSIS
AMINES... PEPTIDES... STEROIDS
2 LOBES:... ANTERIOR:... ( AKA ADENOHYPOPHYSIS)... (LG/70-80%)... (GH,LH…
WHAT ARE HORMONES RESPONSIBLE FOR?
REPRODUCTION... FLUID AND ELECTROLYTE BALANCE... HOST DEFENSES... RESP…
WHAT IS THE "MAIN MISSION" OF ENDOCRIN…
MAINTAIN HOMEOSTATSIS
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chapter 44 care of the patient with a gastrointestinal disorder
cachexia
eviscereation
dehiscence
lumen
weakness and emaciation associated with general ill heath and…
protrusion of viscera through the disrupter wound
a partial or complete separation of the wound edges
the cavity or channel within a tube or tubular organ
cachexia
weakness and emaciation associated with general ill heath and…
eviscereation
protrusion of viscera through the disrupter wound
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Ch 44 Musculoskeletal Disorders
Support; protection; Movement; Mineral…
Synarthrosis; Amphiarthrosis; Diarthro…
Motion; Maintenance of posture; Produc…
Epimysium
What are the basic functions of the skeletal system?
What are the three types of joints?
When muscles contract they preform three vital functions, wha…
The connective tissue surrounding each muscle
Support; protection; Movement; Mineral…
What are the basic functions of the skeletal system?
Synarthrosis; Amphiarthrosis; Diarthro…
What are the three types of joints?
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Chapter 44 Nursing Care of Patients with Neurologic Disorders
Alzheimer's disease (AD)
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)
Bell's palsy (facial paralysis)
Bradykinesia
A form of dementia characterized by progressive, irreversible…
Progressive, degenerative neurologic disease characterized by…
Disorder of the facial nerve (seventh cranial nerve), charact…
Slowed movements due to muscle rigidity.
Alzheimer's disease (AD)
A form of dementia characterized by progressive, irreversible…
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)
Progressive, degenerative neurologic disease characterized by…
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