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192 terms
Pharmacology for Nursing (Year 1)
Main actions of antibiotics (2)
Side effects of antibiotics (7)
Nursing interventions for patients on…
Patient teaching for antibiotics
Bacteriostatic or bactericidal
Superinfection, organ toxicity, photosensitivity, N/V/D, alle…
Monitor vitals, I&O, labs (CBC, BUN level, creatinine level,…
Take the entire prescription, report signs/symptoms of allerg…
Main actions of antibiotics (2)
Bacteriostatic or bactericidal
Side effects of antibiotics (7)
Superinfection, organ toxicity, photosensitivity, N/V/D, alle…
294 terms
Nursing Year 1
Initial Steps
Final Steps
Handwashing/Hand Rub
Gloves
...
...
...
...
Initial Steps
...
Final Steps
...
192 terms
Pharmacology for Nursing (Year 1)
Main actions of antibiotics (2)
Side effects of antibiotics (7)
Nursing interventions for patients on…
Patient teaching for antibiotics
Bacteriostatic or bactericidal
Superinfection, organ toxicity, photosensitivity, N/V/D, alle…
Monitor vitals, I&O, labs (CBC, BUN level, creatinine level,…
Take the entire prescription, report signs/symptoms of allerg…
Main actions of antibiotics (2)
Bacteriostatic or bactericidal
Side effects of antibiotics (7)
Superinfection, organ toxicity, photosensitivity, N/V/D, alle…
62 terms
ECA: Nursing Year 1
What is the most important way to prev…
What is used to minimize contact with…
In the chain of infection, who is the…
What is a major mode of transmission o…
Handwashing
Universal Barrier Technique or Standard Precautions
The host
Contact
What is the most important way to prev…
Handwashing
What is used to minimize contact with…
Universal Barrier Technique or Standard Precautions
82 terms
Nursing Assistant Year 1
Rehabilitation
Acute care
Sub acute care
Adult day services (ADS)
Care given by specialists, physical, occupational, and speech…
A quick on set condition that doesn't last long. (Chronic ill…
Care given in the hospital or long term care facilities used…
People who need some help or assistance and supervision durin…
Rehabilitation
Care given by specialists, physical, occupational, and speech…
Acute care
A quick on set condition that doesn't last long. (Chronic ill…
26 terms
Nursing Practice - Nutrition - Year 1
Possible causes for dysphagia?
Symptoms of Aspiration include?
Symptoms of Silent Aspiration include?
What do you hear when auscultating a p…
NEUROLOGICAL: stroke, brain injury, near drowning.... COGNITIVE…
Coughing (no cough is worse, ability/strength of cough)... Skin…
Difficulty breathing... Shallow breath... Oxygen saturation decreas…
Wheezing: inflammation... Crackles: fluid, mechanical obliterati…
Possible causes for dysphagia?
NEUROLOGICAL: stroke, brain injury, near drowning.... COGNITIVE…
Symptoms of Aspiration include?
Coughing (no cough is worse, ability/strength of cough)... Skin…
27 terms
Nursing Practice - Sleep - Year 1
What are the three distinct processes…
What is the Ultradian Process?
What is the role of process S and C in…
Describe the changes in vital signs an…
Ultradian Process... Circadian Process (process C)... Homeostatic P…
Occurs within the sleep state and is the alternation of REM a…
The two processes work together to regulate the timing and or…
High levels of GH.... Increased blood glucose levels.... Decrease b…
What are the three distinct processes…
Ultradian Process... Circadian Process (process C)... Homeostatic P…
What is the Ultradian Process?
Occurs within the sleep state and is the alternation of REM a…
48 terms
Nursing Practice - Mobility and ROM - Year 1
Advantages of bedrest for patients?
Negative psychosocial effects of bedre…
Negative effects of prolonged bedrest…
Negative effects of prolonged bedrest…
Reduce oxygen needs... Reduce pain & need for analgesics... Promote…
Depression... Behavioural changes... Sleep-wake alterations... Changes…
Delayed motor skills, intellectual development, and musculosk…
Altered growth patterns, slowed independence, social isolation
Advantages of bedrest for patients?
Reduce oxygen needs... Reduce pain & need for analgesics... Promote…
Negative psychosocial effects of bedre…
Depression... Behavioural changes... Sleep-wake alterations... Changes…
57 terms
Nursing Practice - Infection Control - Year 1
Name the 6 components of the chain of…
The potential for microorganisms to ca…
Transient flora
Pathogens
1. Infectious agent... 2. Reservoir... 3. Portal of Exit... 4. Mode of…
A sufficient number of organisms... Virulence: ability to produc…
Microorganisms on the skin.
Microorganisms able of causing disease.
Name the 6 components of the chain of…
1. Infectious agent... 2. Reservoir... 3. Portal of Exit... 4. Mode of…
The potential for microorganisms to ca…
A sufficient number of organisms... Virulence: ability to produc…
11 terms
Nursing Practice - Oral Hygiene - Year 1
When preparing to provide mouth care t…
What is the primary reason an unconsci…
What actions should be taken when the…
What actions should be taken when the…
Assessing the patient's gag reflex.
To reduce the risk of aspiration.
Increase frequency of oral hygiene.... Increase hydration, if po…
Determine underlying bleeding tendency (anticoagulants)... Repor…
When preparing to provide mouth care t…
Assessing the patient's gag reflex.
What is the primary reason an unconsci…
To reduce the risk of aspiration.
28 terms
Nursing Practice - Risks to Safety - Year 1
How can organizations build a "culture…
What are the individual risk factors t…
What is the role of the Workplace Haza…
What are the 8 classes of hazards pres…
Supporting the report of incidents, viewing mistakes as learn…
Lifestyle... Impaired mobility... Sensory or communication impairme…
To set standards for the control of hazardous substances in w…
Flammable and combustible material, oxidizing material compre…
How can organizations build a "culture…
Supporting the report of incidents, viewing mistakes as learn…
What are the individual risk factors t…
Lifestyle... Impaired mobility... Sensory or communication impairme…
37 terms
Sociology study- bachelor of nursing year 1
Sociology
Functionalist
Conflict
Interactionist
the study of human groups and societies.
status quo, social order and stability.
society is an unequal system that brings along conflict and c…
micro-study, individualised and is primarily associated with…
Sociology
the study of human groups and societies.
Functionalist
status quo, social order and stability.
84 terms
Bio Science Year 1 Nursing Quiz
What is matter?
In what states does matter exist?
Define energy.
What is kinetic energy?
Anything that occupies space and has mass or weight.
Solid, liquid & gaseous.
the capacity to do work, to put matter into motion.
Energy in motion.
What is matter?
Anything that occupies space and has mass or weight.
In what states does matter exist?
Solid, liquid & gaseous.
11 terms
Nursing Practice - Oral Hygiene - Year 1
When preparing to provide mouth care t…
What is the primary reason an unconsci…
What actions should be taken when the…
What actions should be taken when the…
Assessing the patient's gag reflex.
To reduce the risk of aspiration.
Increase frequency of oral hygiene.... Increase hydration, if po…
Determine underlying bleeding tendency (anticoagulants)... Repor…
When preparing to provide mouth care t…
Assessing the patient's gag reflex.
What is the primary reason an unconsci…
To reduce the risk of aspiration.
69 terms
U of A - Year 1 - Nurse 140 - Unit 5: The Nervous System
Central Nervous System (CNS)
Peripheral Nervous System (PNS)
Afferent Pathway
Efferent pathway
- brain stem and spinal cord... - control centre... - receives sens…
- neural tissue outside of CNS... - links CNS with sense organs…
- PNS... - Ascending pathway: neural impulse toward CNS... - sensor…
- PNS... - Descending pathway: neural impulse away from CNS... - br…
Central Nervous System (CNS)
- brain stem and spinal cord... - control centre... - receives sens…
Peripheral Nervous System (PNS)
- neural tissue outside of CNS... - links CNS with sense organs…
134 terms
U of A - Year 1 - Nurse 140 - Unit 4: Axial muscles
Orgin
Insertion:
flexion
extension
- muscle attachment to stationary bone... - proximal to joint
- muscle attachment to moveable bone... - distal from joint
- bend... - decrease angle
- extend... - increase angle
Orgin
- muscle attachment to stationary bone... - proximal to joint
Insertion:
- muscle attachment to moveable bone... - distal from joint
18 terms
Nursing first year fall
Stria
Ascites
CVA
Receptive Aphasia
Stretch marks
Abnormal accumulation of fluid in the abdomen
Stroke, Cerebral vascular accident
Defect or loss comprehension of of spoken or written language
Stria
Stretch marks
Ascites
Abnormal accumulation of fluid in the abdomen
15 terms
Maternity & Pediatric Nursing Infant 28 days to 1 year
Factors that influence physical develo…
weight and height in first 6 months
Weight and height by the first year of…
head and skull: at birth
genetic background; environment; health; gender; race
weight doubles and height increases about 6 in. (may slow sli…
infant has tripled birth weight, grown 10-12 in
average 13.75 in and is usually slightly lager than the chest…
Factors that influence physical develo…
genetic background; environment; health; gender; race
weight and height in first 6 months
weight doubles and height increases about 6 in. (may slow sli…
135 terms
Nursing 1
Acute
abduct
Adduct
ADL
Sudden onset severe Sharp pain
To move away from the body
To move towards the body
Activities of daily living
Acute
Sudden onset severe Sharp pain
abduct
To move away from the body
15 terms
Maternity & Pediatric Nursing: Ch. 23 Infant 28 days to 1 year
Factors that influence physical develo…
weight and height in first 6 months
Weight and height by the first year of…
head and skull: at birth
genetic background; environment; health; gender; race
weight doubles and height increases about 6 in. (may slow sli…
infant has tripled birth weight, grown 10-12 in
average 13.75 in and is usually slightly lager than the chest…
Factors that influence physical develo…
genetic background; environment; health; gender; race
weight and height in first 6 months
weight doubles and height increases about 6 in. (may slow sli…
25 terms
Nursing junior year
Ā
AAROM
abd
Act
Before
Active(actively)... Assistive(assisted) ... Range of motion
Abduction ; abdomen
Active, actively, activities
Ā
Before
AAROM
Active(actively)... Assistive(assisted) ... Range of motion
Nursing year 2 abbreviations
A&P
Ad lib
Ac
Adm
Anatomy and physiology
Freely, at will
Before meals
Admission
A&P
Anatomy and physiology
Ad lib
Freely, at will
30 terms
Ch. 1,2,3 Nursing with woman during the childbearing years
pedigree
ecomap
culture
ethnocentrism
family tree format depicting relationships of families over a…
a graphic portrayal of social relationships of the client and…
an integrated dynamic system of values, beliefs, and practice…
the view that ones own cultures way of doing things is the ri…
pedigree
family tree format depicting relationships of families over a…
ecomap
a graphic portrayal of social relationships of the client and…
85 terms
Nursing Year 2 Abbreviations
A & P
ad lib
ac
adm
anatomy and physiology
freely at will
before meals
admission
A & P
anatomy and physiology
ad lib
freely at will
14 terms
Family Nursing in the Childbearing Years
Childbearing
Childbearing family nursing focuses on?
Late 1800s- Industrialization
First Third of the 20th Century
the period before conception, pregnancy, labor, birth and pos…
Health and wellness rather than procedures and medical content
Childbearing still occurred at home for many middle-class fam…
40% hospital & 60% home births
Childbearing
the period before conception, pregnancy, labor, birth and pos…
Childbearing family nursing focuses on?
Health and wellness rather than procedures and medical content
53 terms
Nursing Year One: Vital Signs
Where does the SYSTOLIC number go when…
Where is the DIASTOLIC number placed w…
What is a normal range for pulse in an…
What does the term Hypertension mean?
On the top of the fraction.
On the bottom of the fraction.
60-100 beats per minute
High Blood Pressure ... 140/90 and above
Where does the SYSTOLIC number go when…
On the top of the fraction.
Where is the DIASTOLIC number placed w…
On the bottom of the fraction.
7 terms
year 1 animals
小貓
小狗
小鳥
小雞
小貓
小狗
50 terms
Nursing 1
vital signs are a persons temperature,…
these measurements are indicators of b…
reflect the status of a person's health
a change in vital signs may indicate a…
az életjelek az ember hőmérséklete, pulzusa, légzésszáma és v…
ezek az értékek a testműködés jelzői
egy ember egészségi állapotát tükrözi
az életjelekben történő változás egy egészgi állapotban beköv…
vital signs are a persons temperature,…
az életjelek az ember hőmérséklete, pulzusa, légzésszáma és v…
these measurements are indicators of b…
ezek az értékek a testműködés jelzői
114 terms
Pediatric Nursing: Birth to 18 Years
What is the best source of nutrients f…
What form of sustenance should not be…
What form of nutrients (milk) should n…
When do you start giving Fluoride to i…
Breast Milk
Whole Milk
Skin/Low Fat Milk. Because they do not have enough essential…
6 Months. Because that is when the PRIMARY teeth erupt. 1 Yea…
What is the best source of nutrients f…
Breast Milk
What form of sustenance should not be…
Whole Milk
81 terms
U of A - Year 1 - Nurse 140 - Unit 6: Tracts and Spinal Cord, Brain Anatomy, Cranial Nerves
Ascending tracts
Spinal Cord - Label and FXN
Spinal cord for ascending and descendi…
Descending Tracts
sensory input to CNS... 1) anterior spinothalmic tract... 2) later…
Motor output from CNS... 1) Somatic tract ... 2) Autonomic tract
Ascending tracts
sensory input to CNS... 1) anterior spinothalmic tract... 2) later…
Spinal Cord - Label and FXN
120 terms
Nursing 1
Florence Nightingale
Dorothea Dix
Clara Barton
Novice nurse
Founder of modern nursing ... relationship between environment a…
Nurse Corps
Red cross
governed by Established Rules ... Limited and inflexible due to…
Florence Nightingale
Founder of modern nursing ... relationship between environment a…
Dorothea Dix
Nurse Corps
14 terms
Nursing Year 2: Digestive Disorders
Appendicitis
Cholecystitis
Cirrhosis
Constipation
An acute inflammation of the appendix, usually resulting from…
An inflammation of the gallbladder. When gallstones from the…
A chronic destruction of liver cells accompanied by the forma…
When fecal material remains in the colon too long, causing ex…
Appendicitis
An acute inflammation of the appendix, usually resulting from…
Cholecystitis
An inflammation of the gallbladder. When gallstones from the…
74 terms
Nursing 1 - Unit 1
anaesthetist
cardiologist
consultant
lab technician
Anästhesist
Kardiologe
Berater / Facharzt
Labortechniker
anaesthetist
Anästhesist
cardiologist
Kardiologe
136 terms
Nursing Final Fall Sophomore Year
Thoracic
How many lobes in R lung vs. L lung?
What is aspiration?
Why does aspiration most commonly occu…
...
R Lung (3: RYL,RML,RLL) L Lung(2:LUL,LLL)
Choking, food or water in right lung
R bronchus is straighter than L; food goes straight to R Lung
Thoracic
...
How many lobes in R lung vs. L lung?
R Lung (3: RYL,RML,RLL) L Lung(2:LUL,LLL)
38 terms
Veterinary Nursing Ectoparasites (FdSc year 2)
Definition of Parasite
Ectoparasite definition
Types of Insects (ectoparasite)
Type of Arachnids (Ectoparasite)
An organism that lives in/on another... organism (the host) and…
They live on the surface of the host's body. Two kinds...... In…
Lice (biting and sucking)... Fleas
Mites (surface and burrowing)
Definition of Parasite
An organism that lives in/on another... organism (the host) and…
Ectoparasite definition
They live on the surface of the host's body. Two kinds...... In…
32 terms
nursing English Unit 1
autonomy
caregiver
clinician
confidentiality
autonomy
caregiver
15 terms
Year 1 Lesson 6
衣服
髒兮兮
乾淨
衣服
13 terms
Year 7 Module 1 The year
das Jahr
Januar
Februar
März
The year
January
February
March
das Jahr
The year
Januar
January
149 terms
Nursing Test 1
applied research
basic research
concept
conceptual framework or model
research designed to directly influence or improve clinical p…
research designed to generate and refine theory; the findings…
abstract images(ideas) that are formed as impressions from th…
set of concepts, along with the statements that arrange the c…
applied research
research designed to directly influence or improve clinical p…
basic research
research designed to generate and refine theory; the findings…
111 terms
Nursing 1 Exam 3
Innate immunity (immunity... that is inhe…
Acquired immunity
Adaptive immune responses
What is an antigen?
AKA natural immunity, is present at birth and functions simil…
immunity that is not present at birth and develops either as…
are considered either... humoral-mediated or cell-mediated.
any molecule that can bind with a specific antibody.... A foreig…
Innate immunity (immunity... that is inhe…
AKA natural immunity, is present at birth and functions simil…
Acquired immunity
immunity that is not present at birth and develops either as…
65 terms
Nursing 1 - Unit 2
dispense
treat
specialize in
disease
ausgeben, verabreichen
behandeln
spezialisieren auf
Krankheit, Seuche
dispense
ausgeben, verabreichen
treat
behandeln
22 terms
IFSI CF 2nd Year Mental Health Nursing
be diagnosed with
bipolar disorder
delusions
depression
diagnostiqué
trouble bipolaire
illusions, délires
dépression
be diagnosed with
diagnostiqué
bipolar disorder
trouble bipolaire
15 terms
History year by year 1
hominin
anthropologist
sahelanthropus tchadensis
homo habilis
the group consisting of modern humans, extinct human species…
Anthropologists are people that practice anthropology, which…
Sahelanthropus tchadensis is an extinct homininae species (an…
handy man
hominin
the group consisting of modern humans, extinct human species…
anthropologist
Anthropologists are people that practice anthropology, which…
21 terms
Irregular Verbs Year 1
do
eat
get
go
did
ate
got
went
do
did
eat
ate
38 terms
Anatomical Terminology Biology 152 for nursing first year
a-, an-
-algia
-arthro-
-cardi-, -cardio-
not, without e.g. Analgesic
pain e.g. Fibromyalgia
pertaining to joints/limbs e.g. Arthritis
pertaining to the heart e.g. Cardiology
a-, an-
not, without e.g. Analgesic
-algia
pain e.g. Fibromyalgia
40 terms
Year 1 Terms
crescendo
decrescendo
diminuendo
pianissimo
Gradually louder
Gradually softer
gradually softer
very soft
crescendo
Gradually louder
decrescendo
Gradually softer
5 terms
Year 1 - Week 7
Eli Whitney
Louisiana Purchase
Lewis and Clark Expedition
Johnny Appleseed
Invented the cotton gin in 1794
in 1803 doubled the size of the United States
from 1804 to 1806 they traveled west to explore the new land
also known as John Chapman, he was a skilled orchardman and d…
Eli Whitney
Invented the cotton gin in 1794
Louisiana Purchase
in 1803 doubled the size of the United States
27 terms
Nursing Vocabulary Test all year
Acute
aBDuct
aDDuct
ADL
Sudden onset, severe, sharp
To move something away from the body
To move toward the body
Activities of daily living
Acute
Sudden onset, severe, sharp
aBDuct
To move something away from the body
13 terms
MONTHS OF THE YEAR - spanish 1
enero
febrero
marzo
abril
enero
febrero
10 terms
Les animaux Year 1
un chat
un chien
un cheval
une vache
a cat
a dog
a horse
a cow
un chat
a cat
un chien
a dog
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