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41 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing: Oxygenation
Alveoli
What occurs during inhalation?
Process by which the diaphragm and int…
Hypoxia
Gases pass through these structures. Contains surfactant whic…
Chest cavity expands, diaphragm contracts, and chest cavity p…
exhalation
Low levels of O2 in the tissues
Alveoli
Gases pass through these structures. Contains surfactant whic…
What occurs during inhalation?
Chest cavity expands, diaphragm contracts, and chest cavity p…
41 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing: Oxygenation
Alveoli
What occurs during inhalation?
Process by which the diaphragm and int…
Hypoxia
Gases pass through these structures. Contains surfactant whic…
Chest cavity expands, diaphragm contracts, and chest cavity p…
exhalation
Low levels of O2 in the tissues
Alveoli
Gases pass through these structures. Contains surfactant whic…
What occurs during inhalation?
Chest cavity expands, diaphragm contracts, and chest cavity p…
Fundamentals of Nursing: Oxygenation
Alveoli
What occurs during inhalation?
Process by which the diaphragm and int…
Hypoxia
Gases pass through these structures. Contains surfactant whic…
Chest cavity expands, diaphragm contracts, and chest cavity p…
exhalation
Low levels of O2 in the tissues
Alveoli
Gases pass through these structures. Contains surfactant whic…
What occurs during inhalation?
Chest cavity expands, diaphragm contracts, and chest cavity p…
41 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing: Oxygenation
Alveoli
What occurs during inhalation?
Process by which the diaphragm and int…
Hypoxia
Gases pass through these structures. Contains surfactant whic…
Chest cavity expands, diaphragm contracts, and chest cavity p…
exhalation
Low levels of O2 in the tissues
Alveoli
Gases pass through these structures. Contains surfactant whic…
What occurs during inhalation?
Chest cavity expands, diaphragm contracts, and chest cavity p…
9 terms
fundamentals of Nursing Oxygenation 101
Nasal cannula advantages
Nasal cannula disadvantages
Nasal cannula picture
Simple Face Mask advantages
•24-44%... Most common... • Inexpensive ... • Easy to apply... • Does no…
24-44%... • Can not deliver higher amounts of oxygen (>44%)... • Dr…
40-60% (5-8 L/min) in book 35-50% (6-12l/min)... • 5-8 l/m yield…
Nasal cannula advantages
•24-44%... Most common... • Inexpensive ... • Easy to apply... • Does no…
Nasal cannula disadvantages
24-44%... • Can not deliver higher amounts of oxygen (>44%)... • Dr…
129 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing: Oxygenation
Respiration
3 Steps of the process of oxygenation:
(1) Ventilation
The Major inspiratory muscle of respir…
exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide during cellular metabol…
1. Ventilation... 2. Perfusion... 3. Diffusion
process of moving gases into and out of lungs
Diaphragm
Respiration
exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide during cellular metabol…
3 Steps of the process of oxygenation:
1. Ventilation... 2. Perfusion... 3. Diffusion
31 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing: Oxygenation
Alveoli
What occurs during inhalation?
Process by which the diaphragm and int…
Hypoxia
Gases pass through these structures. Contains surfactant whic…
Chest cavity expands, diaphragm contracts, and chest cavity p…
exhalation
Low levels of O2 in the tissues
Alveoli
Gases pass through these structures. Contains surfactant whic…
What occurs during inhalation?
Chest cavity expands, diaphragm contracts, and chest cavity p…
41 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing: Oxygenation
Alveoli
What occurs during inhalation?
Process by which the diaphragm and int…
Hypoxia
Gases pass through these structures. Contains surfactant whic…
Chest cavity expands, diaphragm contracts, and chest cavity p…
exhalation
Low levels of O2 in the tissues
Alveoli
Gases pass through these structures. Contains surfactant whic…
What occurs during inhalation?
Chest cavity expands, diaphragm contracts, and chest cavity p…
61 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing: Oxygenation
A patient who started smoking in adole…
A patient has been diagnosed with seve…
A patient is admitted to the emergency…
A 6-year-old boy is admitted to the pe…
Cardiopulmonary disease and lung cancer
Decreased activity tolerance and increased breathlessness
Forms a strong bond with hemoglobin, creating a functional an…
Fever increases metabolic demands, requiring increased oxygen…
A patient who started smoking in adole…
Cardiopulmonary disease and lung cancer
A patient has been diagnosed with seve…
Decreased activity tolerance and increased breathlessness
44 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing oxygenation
A patient is admitted to the emergency…
A 6-year-old boy is admitted to the pe…
A patient is admitted with the diagnos…
The nurse is caring for a patient who…
Forms a strong bond with hemoglobin, creating a functional an…
Fever increases metabolic demands, requiring increased oxygen…
Inspiratory crackles in lung bases
Frequent change of position
A patient is admitted to the emergency…
Forms a strong bond with hemoglobin, creating a functional an…
A 6-year-old boy is admitted to the pe…
Fever increases metabolic demands, requiring increased oxygen…
94 terms
Oxygenation (Fundamentals of Nursing)
ACS - Acute coronary syndrome (828)
Afterload
Angina pectoris
Apnea
Heart attack....heart tissue death (infarction) Another way o…
Resistance of left ventricular ejection.
Chest pain caused by imbalance of O2 supply and O2 demand.
Absence of breathing
ACS - Acute coronary syndrome (828)
Heart attack....heart tissue death (infarction) Another way o…
Afterload
Resistance of left ventricular ejection.
61 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing oxygenation
A patient who started smoking in adole…
A patient has been diagnosed with seve…
A patient is admitted to the emergency…
A 6-year-old boy is admitted to the pe…
Cardiopulmonary disease and lung cancer
Decreased activity tolerance and increased breathlessness
Forms a strong bond with hemoglobin, creating a functional an…
Fever increases metabolic demands, requiring increased oxygen…
A patient who started smoking in adole…
Cardiopulmonary disease and lung cancer
A patient has been diagnosed with seve…
Decreased activity tolerance and increased breathlessness
61 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing oxygenation
A patient who started smoking in adole…
A patient has been diagnosed with seve…
A patient is admitted to the emergency…
A 6-year-old boy is admitted to the pe…
Cardiopulmonary disease and lung cancer
Decreased activity tolerance and increased breathlessness
Forms a strong bond with hemoglobin, creating a functional an…
Fever increases metabolic demands, requiring increased oxygen…
A patient who started smoking in adole…
Cardiopulmonary disease and lung cancer
A patient has been diagnosed with seve…
Decreased activity tolerance and increased breathlessness
17 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing -Oxygen Equiptment
teepee
partial rebreather
oxygen connector extender
oxygen tubing
....
...
...
...
teepee
....
partial rebreather
...
41 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing: Oxygenation
Alveoli
What occurs during inhalation?
Process by which the diaphragm and int…
Hypoxia
Gases pass through these structures. Contains surfactant whic…
Chest cavity expands, diaphragm contracts, and chest cavity p…
exhalation
Low levels of O2 in the tissues
Alveoli
Gases pass through these structures. Contains surfactant whic…
What occurs during inhalation?
Chest cavity expands, diaphragm contracts, and chest cavity p…
63 terms
Oxygenation - Nursing Fundamentals
Work of Breathing (WoB)
acute coronary syndrome
afterload
angina pectoris
the effort required to expand and contract the lungs
results from sudden decreases in coronary blood flow or an in…
resistance to left ventricular ejection; the work the heart m…
a transient imbalance between myocardial oxygen supply and de…
Work of Breathing (WoB)
the effort required to expand and contract the lungs
acute coronary syndrome
results from sudden decreases in coronary blood flow or an in…
55 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing: Oxygenation
Alveoli
What occurs during inhalation?
Process by which the diaphragm and int…
Hypoxia
Gases pass through these structures. Contains surfactant whic…
Chest cavity expands, diaphragm contracts, and chest cavity p…
exhalation
Low levels of O2 in the tissues
Alveoli
Gases pass through these structures. Contains surfactant whic…
What occurs during inhalation?
Chest cavity expands, diaphragm contracts, and chest cavity p…
52 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing: Oxygenation
Alveoli
What occurs during inhalation?
Process by which the diaphragm and int…
Hypoxia
Gases pass through these structures. Contains surfactant whic…
Chest cavity expands, diaphragm contracts, and chest cavity p…
exhalation
Low levels of O2 in the tissues
Alveoli
Gases pass through these structures. Contains surfactant whic…
What occurs during inhalation?
Chest cavity expands, diaphragm contracts, and chest cavity p…
41 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing: Oxygenation
Alveoli
What occurs during inhalation?
Process by which the diaphragm and int…
Hypoxia
Gases pass through these structures. Contains surfactant whic…
Chest cavity expands, diaphragm contracts, and chest cavity p…
exhalation
Low levels of O2 in the tissues
Alveoli
Gases pass through these structures. Contains surfactant whic…
What occurs during inhalation?
Chest cavity expands, diaphragm contracts, and chest cavity p…
61 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing: Oxygenation
A patient who started smoking in adole…
A patient has been diagnosed with seve…
A patient is admitted to the emergency…
A 6-year-old boy is admitted to the pe…
Cardiopulmonary disease and lung cancer
Decreased activity tolerance and increased breathlessness
Forms a strong bond with hemoglobin, creating a functional an…
Fever increases metabolic demands, requiring increased oxygen…
A patient who started smoking in adole…
Cardiopulmonary disease and lung cancer
A patient has been diagnosed with seve…
Decreased activity tolerance and increased breathlessness
29 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing: Oxygenation
what 3 things must occur for oxygenati…
pulmonary ventilation
respiration
perfusion
1. pulmonary ventilation ... 2. respiration... 3. perfusion
integrity of the airway and the movement of air into and out…
involves gas exchange between the atmospheric air in the alve…
process by which oxygenated blood passes through body tissues
what 3 things must occur for oxygenati…
1. pulmonary ventilation ... 2. respiration... 3. perfusion
pulmonary ventilation
integrity of the airway and the movement of air into and out…
54 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing (Oxygenation)
Exchanging of gases.
Act of breathing in or inhalation.
Act of breathing out or exhalation.
Tendency of solutes to move freely thr…
Ventilation
Inspiration
Expiration
Diffusion
Exchanging of gases.
Ventilation
Act of breathing in or inhalation.
Inspiration
43 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing: Oxygenation
Hypoxia
Dyspnea
Hypoventilation
What is often caused by hypoxia?
Inadequate amount of oxygen is available to cells
Difficulty breathing
Decreased rate or depth of air movement into the lungs
Hypoventilation
Hypoxia
Inadequate amount of oxygen is available to cells
Dyspnea
Difficulty breathing
43 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing: Oxygenation
Hypoxia
Dyspnea
Hypoventilation
What is often caused by hypoxia?
Inadequate amount of oxygen is available to cells
Difficulty breathing
Decreased rate or depth of air movement into the lungs
Hypoventilation
Hypoxia
Inadequate amount of oxygen is available to cells
Dyspnea
Difficulty breathing
54 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing (Oxygenation)
Exchanging of gases.
Act of breathing in or inhalation.
Act of breathing out or exhalation.
Tendency of solutes to move freely thr…
Ventilation
Inspiration
Expiration
Diffusion
Exchanging of gases.
Ventilation
Act of breathing in or inhalation.
Inspiration
125 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing Oxygenation
Respiration
three steps in the process of oxygenat…
Muscles used for inspiration
Muscles used for expiration
the exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide during cellular met…
ventilation, perfusion, and diffusion
The diaphragm and external intercostal muscles contract to cr…
Relaxation of the diaphragm and contraction of the internal i…
Respiration
the exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide during cellular met…
three steps in the process of oxygenat…
ventilation, perfusion, and diffusion
63 terms
Oxygenation - Nursing Fundamentals
Work of Breathing (WoB)
acute coronary syndrome
afterload
angina pectoris
the effort required to expand and contract the lungs
results from sudden decreases in coronary blood flow or an in…
resistance to left ventricular ejection; the work the heart m…
a transient imbalance between myocardial oxygen supply and de…
Work of Breathing (WoB)
the effort required to expand and contract the lungs
acute coronary syndrome
results from sudden decreases in coronary blood flow or an in…
44 terms
Nursing Fundamentals: Oxygenation Vocabulary
Afterload
Angina pectoris
Atelectasis
Bronchoscopy
Resistance to left ventricular ejection
A transient imbalance between myocardial oxygen supply and de…
A collapse of the alveoli which prevents normal gas exchange.…
Diagnostic procedure which allows examination of patient's ai…
Afterload
Resistance to left ventricular ejection
Angina pectoris
A transient imbalance between myocardial oxygen supply and de…
44 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing oxygenation
A patient is admitted to the emergency…
A 6-year-old boy is admitted to the pe…
A patient is admitted with the diagnos…
The nurse is caring for a patient who…
B (Forms a strong bond with hemoglobin, creating a functional…
A (Fever increases metabolic demands, requiring increased oxy…
D (Inspiratory crackles in lung bases)
B (Frequent change of position)
A patient is admitted to the emergency…
B (Forms a strong bond with hemoglobin, creating a functional…
A 6-year-old boy is admitted to the pe…
A (Fever increases metabolic demands, requiring increased oxy…
9 terms
Nursing Fundamentals - Oxygenation
What do you do prior to suctioning a T…
Why should you not smoke around Oxygen?
What is the purpose of humidifying Oxy…
What are sources of Oxygen that can be…
Semi-Fowlers/High Fowlers... Towel or Drape on Chest... Turn on S…
Oxygen is a flammable gas. Something could catch fire or expl…
Oxygen can dry out mucous membranes and can be irritating.
Oxygen Cylinders... Oxygen Concentrators
What do you do prior to suctioning a T…
Semi-Fowlers/High Fowlers... Towel or Drape on Chest... Turn on S…
Why should you not smoke around Oxygen?
Oxygen is a flammable gas. Something could catch fire or expl…
84 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing - Chapter 40 - Oxygenation
A patient who started smoking in adole…
A patient has been diagnosed with seve…
A patient is admitted to the emergency…
A 6-year-old boy is admitted to the pe…
D
D
B
A
A patient who started smoking in adole…
D
A patient has been diagnosed with seve…
D
43 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing: Oxygenation
Hypoxia
Dyspnea
Hypoventilation
What is often caused by hypoxia?
Inadequate amount of oxygen is available to cells
Difficulty breathing
Decreased rate or depth of air movement into the lungs
Hypoventilation
Hypoxia
Inadequate amount of oxygen is available to cells
Dyspnea
Difficulty breathing
63 terms
Oxygenation - Nursing Fundamentals
Work of Breathing (WoB)
acute coronary syndrome
afterload
angina pectoris
the effort required to expand and contract the lungs
results from sudden decreases in coronary blood flow or an in…
resistance to left ventricular ejection; the work the heart m…
a transient imbalance between myocardial oxygen supply and de…
Work of Breathing (WoB)
the effort required to expand and contract the lungs
acute coronary syndrome
results from sudden decreases in coronary blood flow or an in…
84 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing - Chapter 40 - Oxygenation
A patient who started smoking in adole…
A patient has been diagnosed with seve…
A patient is admitted to the emergency…
A 6-year-old boy is admitted to the pe…
D
D
B
A
A patient who started smoking in adole…
D
A patient has been diagnosed with seve…
D
44 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing -oxygenation
A patient is admitted to the emergency…
A 6-year-old boy is admitted to the pe…
A patient is admitted with the diagnos…
The nurse is caring for a patient who…
Forms a strong bond with hemoglobin, creating a functional an…
Fever increases metabolic demands, requiring increased oxygen…
Inspiratory crackles in lung bases
Frequent change of position
A patient is admitted to the emergency…
Forms a strong bond with hemoglobin, creating a functional an…
A 6-year-old boy is admitted to the pe…
Fever increases metabolic demands, requiring increased oxygen…
44 terms
Nursing Fundamentals: Oxygenation Vocabulary
Afterload
Angina pectoris
Atelectasis
Bronchoscopy
Resistance to left ventricular ejection
A transient imbalance between myocardial oxygen supply and de…
A collapse of the alveoli which prevents normal gas exchange.…
Diagnostic procedure which allows examination of patient's ai…
Afterload
Resistance to left ventricular ejection
Angina pectoris
A transient imbalance between myocardial oxygen supply and de…
40 terms
nursing fundamentals oxygenation
perfusion
Ventilation
Inspiration
Expiration
gas exchange between capillaries and tissue/ cells
Act of moving air into and out NOT gas exchange
active ventilation, breathing IN
passive ventilation, breathing OUT
perfusion
gas exchange between capillaries and tissue/ cells
Ventilation
Act of moving air into and out NOT gas exchange
61 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing Ch. 40-oxygenation
A patient who started smoking in adole…
A patient has been diagnosed with seve…
A patient is admitted to the emergency…
A 6-year-old boy is admitted to the pe…
Cardiopulmonary disease and lung cancer
Decreased activity tolerance and increased breathlessness
Forms a strong bond with hemoglobin, creating a functional an…
Fever increases metabolic demands, requiring increased oxygen…
A patient who started smoking in adole…
Cardiopulmonary disease and lung cancer
A patient has been diagnosed with seve…
Decreased activity tolerance and increased breathlessness
Fundamentals of Nursing // Chapter 40: Oxygenation
The effort required to expand and cont…
Chemical produced in the lungs to main…
Collapse of the alveoli that prevents…
is an active process, stimulated by ch…
Work of breathing
Surfactant
Atelectasis
Inspiration
The effort required to expand and cont…
Work of breathing
Chemical produced in the lungs to main…
Surfactant
28 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing Ch. 50 Oxygenation
What does CAB stand for?
4-6 minutes without breathing...
6-10 minutes without breathing...
More than 10 minutes without breathing…
Circulation... Airway... Breathing
Brain damage possible
Brain damage likely
Irreversible brain damage CERTAIN.
What does CAB stand for?
Circulation... Airway... Breathing
4-6 minutes without breathing...
Brain damage possible
96 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing, ch. 38 Oxygenation
Angina
Arterial Blood Gas
Atrioventricular bundle
AV Node
A temporary imbalance between the amount of oxygen needed by…
A diagnostic test examining arterial blood; used to determine…
A bundle of modified heart muscle that transmits the cardiac…
A node of specialized heart muscle located in the septal wall…
Angina
A temporary imbalance between the amount of oxygen needed by…
Arterial Blood Gas
A diagnostic test examining arterial blood; used to determine…
73 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing: Chapter 40 - Oxygenation
The structure that is responsible for…
Chemical receptors that stimulate insp…
The nurse knows that the primary funct…
The nurse knows that anemia will resul…
ANS: B... The pulmonary vein carries oxygenated blood to the hea…
ANS: C... Chemical receptors in the aorta send signals to begin…
ANS: A... The alveolus is a capillary membrane that allows gas e…
ANS: A... Patients who are anemic do not have the same level of…
The structure that is responsible for…
ANS: B... The pulmonary vein carries oxygenated blood to the hea…
Chemical receptors that stimulate insp…
ANS: C... Chemical receptors in the aorta send signals to begin…
61 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing Ch. 40-oxygenation
A patient who started smoking in adole…
A patient has been diagnosed with seve…
A patient is admitted to the emergency…
A 6-year-old boy is admitted to the pe…
Cardiopulmonary disease and lung cancer
Decreased activity tolerance and increased breathlessness
Forms a strong bond with hemoglobin, creating a functional an…
Fever increases metabolic demands, requiring increased oxygen…
A patient who started smoking in adole…
Cardiopulmonary disease and lung cancer
A patient has been diagnosed with seve…
Decreased activity tolerance and increased breathlessness
17 terms
Nursing Fundamentals - Oxygen (With Pictures)
teepee
partial rebreather
oxygen connector extender
oxygen tubing
....
...
...
...
teepee
....
partial rebreather
...
67 terms
fundamentals of nursing ch 39 oxygenation
adventitious breath sounds
upper airway
lower airway
mucus
extra or additional sounds that are heard over normal breath…
composed of the nose, pharynx, larynx, and epiglottis, its ma…
known as the treacheobronchial tree, includes the treachea, r…
what airways are lined with, which trap cells, particles, and…
adventitious breath sounds
extra or additional sounds that are heard over normal breath…
upper airway
composed of the nose, pharynx, larynx, and epiglottis, its ma…
73 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing: Chapter 40 - Oxygenation
The structure that is responsible for…
Chemical receptors that stimulate insp…
The nurse knows that the primary funct…
The nurse knows that anemia will resul…
ANS: B... The pulmonary vein carries oxygenated blood to the hea…
ANS: C... Chemical receptors in the aorta send signals to begin…
ANS: A... The alveolus is a capillary membrane that allows gas e…
ANS: A... Patients who are anemic do not have the same level of…
The structure that is responsible for…
ANS: B... The pulmonary vein carries oxygenated blood to the hea…
Chemical receptors that stimulate insp…
ANS: C... Chemical receptors in the aorta send signals to begin…
27 terms
Nursing Fundamentals Chapter 40- Oxygenation
What supplies the oxygen to the body?
exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide…
Ventilation
Perfusion
cardiac and respiratory systems
cellular metabolism
process of moving gas in and out of the lungs
ability of the cardiovascular system to pump oxygenated blood…
What supplies the oxygen to the body?
cardiac and respiratory systems
exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide…
cellular metabolism
96 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing Chapter 38: Oxygenation
6 Factors Affecting Cardiopulmonary Fu…
How does PHYSICAL HEALTH affect cardio…
How does DEVELOPMENT affect cardiopulm…
How do MEDICATIONS affect cardiopulmon…
1.) PHYSICAL HEALTH... 2.) DEVELOPMENT... 3.) MEDICATION ... 4.) LIFES…
- Acute + chronic illnesses can affect cardiopulmonary functi…
INFANTS: ... - The infant's chest is small, airways short + aspi…
- Patients receiving drugs that affect the CNS need to be mon…
6 Factors Affecting Cardiopulmonary Fu…
1.) PHYSICAL HEALTH... 2.) DEVELOPMENT... 3.) MEDICATION ... 4.) LIFES…
How does PHYSICAL HEALTH affect cardio…
- Acute + chronic illnesses can affect cardiopulmonary functi…
32 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing: Chapter 39: Oxygenation
During oxygen administration to the cl…
Which of the following dietary guideli…
The nurse is developing a plan of care…
A client has been put on oxygen therap…
Correct: Flow meter... Explanation: ... In order to regulate the am…
Correct response: Eat smaller meals that are high in protein…
Correct response: Encouraging the client to consume two to th…
Correct response: Flowmeter... Explanation: ... The nurse should us…
During oxygen administration to the cl…
Correct: Flow meter... Explanation: ... In order to regulate the am…
Which of the following dietary guideli…
Correct response: Eat smaller meals that are high in protein…
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