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Nursing care of the child with neuromuscular alteration
Spina Bifida... Types
Spina Bifida Occulta
Spina Bifida Meningocele
Spina Bifida Myelomeningcele
Types:... Spina Bifida Occulta... Spiuna bifida Meningocele... Spina B…
The etiology is unknown. There may be a link to maternal foli…
The etiology is unknown. There may be a link to maternal foli…
The etiology is unknown. There may be a link to maternal foli…
Spina Bifida... Types
Types:... Spina Bifida Occulta... Spiuna bifida Meningocele... Spina B…
Spina Bifida Occulta
The etiology is unknown. There may be a link to maternal foli…
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Growth and Development: Ricci, Kyle and Carman Terms for Chapter 25
anticipatory guidance
binocularity
cephalocaudal
colic
educating parents and caregivers about what to expect in the…
the ability to fuse two ocular images into one cerebral pictu…
from head to tail (895)
inconsolable crying for 3 or more hours/day AND for which the…
anticipatory guidance
educating parents and caregivers about what to expect in the…
binocularity
the ability to fuse two ocular images into one cerebral pictu…
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Growth and Development: Ricci, Kyle and Carmen Terms for Chapter 26
animism
echolalia
egocentrism
expressive language
Attributing human feelings and characteristics to objects
repetition of words and phrases without understanding
focus on self
the ability to communicate one's desires and feelings
animism
Attributing human feelings and characteristics to objects
echolalia
repetition of words and phrases without understanding
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Nursing Care During Obstetric Procedures
abruptio placentae
amniotomy
augmentation of labor
cephalopelvic disproportion
Premature separation of a normally implanted placenta.
Artificial rupture of the amniotic sac (fetal membranes).
Artificial stimulation of uterine contractions that have beco…
Fetal head size that is too large to fit through the maternal…
abruptio placentae
Premature separation of a normally implanted placenta.
amniotomy
Artificial rupture of the amniotic sac (fetal membranes).
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Physiologic Adaptations to Pregnancy
abortion
amenorrhea
Braxton Hicks contractions
Chadwick's sign
A spontaneous or elective termination of pregnancy before the…
Absence of menstruation.
Irregular, usually mild uterine contractions that occur throu…
Bluish purple discoloration of the cervix, vagina, and labia…
abortion
A spontaneous or elective termination of pregnancy before the…
amenorrhea
Absence of menstruation.
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Antepartum Fetal Assessment
alpha-fetoprotein (AFP)
amniocentesis
amniotic fluid index (AFI)
baseline risk
Plasma protein produced by the fetus.
Transabdominal puncture of the amniotic sac to obtain a sampl…
An ultrasound examination in which the vertical depth of the…
The risk, usually in reference to birth defects or spontaneou…
alpha-fetoprotein (AFP)
Plasma protein produced by the fetus.
amniocentesis
Transabdominal puncture of the amniotic sac to obtain a sampl…
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Assessment of the Normal Newborn
acrocyanosis
café-au-lait spots
caput succedaneum
cephalhematoma
Bluish discoloration of the hands and feet caused by reduced…
Light-brown birthmarks.
Area of edema over the presenting part of the fetus or newbor…
Bleeding between the periosteum and skull from pressure durin…
acrocyanosis
Bluish discoloration of the hands and feet caused by reduced…
café-au-lait spots
Light-brown birthmarks.
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High-Risk Newborn: Acquired and Congenital Conditions
asphyxia
bilirubin encephalopathy
erythroblastosis fetalis
esophageal atresia
Insufficient oxygen and excess carbon dioxide in the blood an…
Acute manifestation of bilirubin toxicity occurring in the fi…
Agglutination and hemolysis of fetal erythrocytes caused by i…
Condition in which the esophagus is separated from the stomac…
asphyxia
Insufficient oxygen and excess carbon dioxide in the blood an…
bilirubin encephalopathy
Acute manifestation of bilirubin toxicity occurring in the fi…
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Physical Growth and Organ System Maturation of Infants
Average newborn weight at birth
Newborns lose up to what % of their bi…
What should the term newborn weigh by…
What is the expected weight of a full-…
7 lb 8 oz / 3,400 g
10%
Their original birth weight.
Double their birth weight.
Average newborn weight at birth
7 lb 8 oz / 3,400 g
Newborns lose up to what % of their bi…
10%
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Psychosocial Adaptations to Pregnancy
ambivalence
attachment
body image
bonding
Simultaneous conflicting emotions, attitudes, ideas, or wishes.
Development of strong affectional ties as a result of interac…
Subjective image of one's physical appearance and capabilitie…
Development of a strong emotional tie of a parent to a newbor…
ambivalence
Simultaneous conflicting emotions, attitudes, ideas, or wishes.
attachment
Development of strong affectional ties as a result of interac…
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Normal Newborn: Processes of Adaptation
asphyxia
bilirubin
bilirubin encephalopathy
brown fat (or brown adipose tissue)
Insufficient oxygen and excess carbon dioxide in the blood an…
Unusable component of hemolyzed (broken down) erythrocytes.
Acute manifestation of bilirubin toxicity.
Highly vascular specialized fat that provides more heat than…
asphyxia
Insufficient oxygen and excess carbon dioxide in the blood an…
bilirubin
Unusable component of hemolyzed (broken down) erythrocytes.
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Fundamentals of Nursing CH 31 Stress & Coping
appraisal
acute stress disorder
burnout
coping
How people interpret the impact of the stressor on themselves…
Begins with the person experiencing, witnessing, or being con…
A syndrome of emotional exhaustion, depersonalization of othe…
A person's ability and resources to manage psychological stre…
appraisal
How people interpret the impact of the stressor on themselves…
acute stress disorder
Begins with the person experiencing, witnessing, or being con…
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Surgical Tech. Chapter 11 Wound healing & Sutures
Absorbable Suture
Adhesion
Anastomosis
Approximate
Suture material that is gradually digested by tissue enzymes…
a fibrous band of scar tissue that binds together normally se…
an opening created by surgically joining two structures, such…
located close together
Absorbable Suture
Suture material that is gradually digested by tissue enzymes…
Adhesion
a fibrous band of scar tissue that binds together normally se…
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Nursing 154: Maternal Chapter 45
pediatric differences between the resp…
allergic rhinitis
infants's blocked nasal passages can b…
sinusitis
-lack if insufficient surfactant ... -smaller airways and underd…
-inflammatory disorder of the nasal mucosa... -rarely occur befo…
-instillation of normal saline solution drops followed by a g…
-upper respiratory tract viral infection... -inflammation and in…
pediatric differences between the resp…
-lack if insufficient surfactant ... -smaller airways and underd…
allergic rhinitis
-inflammatory disorder of the nasal mucosa... -rarely occur befo…
Sensory altercation
Birth vision screenings
3-6 months vision screening
Preschool into adulthood vision screen…
Color blindness
External internal structures... Red reflex... Fixation
Fixation and ability to follow objects... Alignment
visual acuity, fixation, alignment
X linked recessive disorder... 8% white 4% black males, almost n…
Birth vision screenings
External internal structures... Red reflex... Fixation
3-6 months vision screening
Fixation and ability to follow objects... Alignment
Maternal adaption during pregnancy
Goodell's sign
Chadwick's sign
Hagar's sign
Changes in VS in a pregnant woman
At about the eighth week of gestation, the cervix softens
The cervix looks blue or purple when examined, may occur as e…
The lower uterine segment softens
Pulse and temperature often increase, while lung space is dec…
Goodell's sign
At about the eighth week of gestation, the cervix softens
Chadwick's sign
The cervix looks blue or purple when examined, may occur as e…
Fetal Genetics
pre-embrionic stage
ovum and sperm lifespan
meiosis
gamate
fertilization through 2nd week... fertilization-> cleavage->moro…
ovum lives for 12-24 hrs... sperm lives for 5 to 7 days
specialized cell division that halves the chromosomes from 46…
A cell used for fertilization. contains 23 chromosomes. Femal…
pre-embrionic stage
fertilization through 2nd week... fertilization-> cleavage->moro…
ovum and sperm lifespan
ovum lives for 12-24 hrs... sperm lives for 5 to 7 days
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Anatomy of the Internal Heart Photo Quizlet
Bicuspid valve
Chordae tendineae
Interventricular septum
Left atrium
Bicuspid valve
Chordae tendineae
pediatric emergency
Which medication is used for symptomat…
sinus tachycardia
glucose reagent strip
The nurse is caring for a 2-year-old w…
atrophine
QRS complex is normal. A heart rate below 180 beats per minut…
Rhinorrhea or otorrhea (clear fluid draining from the nose or…
Perform a gastric lavage.... Explanation: ... If the child ingested…
Which medication is used for symptomat…
atrophine
sinus tachycardia
QRS complex is normal. A heart rate below 180 beats per minut…
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Realidades 2 Vocabulary Chapter 5B
doler
el dolor
el enfermero
la enfermera
to hurt
pain
nurse
nurse
doler
to hurt
el dolor
pain
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Lab Values 101
Hemamogram
RBC - Red Blood Cell
RBC Purpose
Increased RBC
- Or called CBC... - Find lab values for RBC, HGB, HCT, erythroc…
Men 4.5 - 6.0 mil/cu mm... Female 4.0 - 5.0 mil/cu mm
-To monitor RBC count... - To differentiate between the componen…
chronic lung diseases... persons living at high altitudes... childr…
Hemamogram
- Or called CBC... - Find lab values for RBC, HGB, HCT, erythroc…
RBC - Red Blood Cell
Men 4.5 - 6.0 mil/cu mm... Female 4.0 - 5.0 mil/cu mm
pediatric respiratory disorder
Viral upper-respiratory infections tha…
relieving croup symptoms
symptoms of bacterial pharyngitis
epiglottitis position of child
influenza, parainfluenza, Epstein-Barr virus, and coxsackievi…
One emergency method of relieving croup symptoms is for a par…
Fever is a symptom of bacterial pharyngitis; other symptoms a…
The child with epiglottitis is very anxious and prefers to br…
Viral upper-respiratory infections tha…
influenza, parainfluenza, Epstein-Barr virus, and coxsackievi…
relieving croup symptoms
One emergency method of relieving croup symptoms is for a par…
A&P of the female reproductive system
Mucous changes during ovulation
corpus luteum development and hormone…
stages of puberty
Average age of menopause
At the time of ovulation, when the estrogen level has risen t…
The mature ovum is released from the ovary, resulting in the…
Secondary sexual characteristics develop in an orderly sequen…
Between 47 and 55 years
Mucous changes during ovulation
At the time of ovulation, when the estrogen level has risen t…
corpus luteum development and hormone…
The mature ovum is released from the ovary, resulting in the…
Chapter 46: Bowel Elimination
Colitis
Colostomy
Constipation
Crohn's disease
Inflammatory condition of the large intestine.
Surgical formation of an opening of the colon onto the surfac…
Condition characterized by difficulty in passing stool or an…
Disease involving inflammation of the small intestine.
Colitis
Inflammatory condition of the large intestine.
Colostomy
Surgical formation of an opening of the colon onto the surfac…
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Communication: Effective Communication with Patients, Cultural Competence, Patient-Family Centered Care
The Joint Commission Standards
Patient - Provider Communication
Patients in Jeopardy
Non-English speaking Patients
The standards for patient communication... Established July 2012
Research shows that poor communication btw patients and healt…
Non-English speaking patients; patients with limited English…
Hospitals need to provide interpreters... Hospitals need to prov…
The Joint Commission Standards
The standards for patient communication... Established July 2012
Patient - Provider Communication
Research shows that poor communication btw patients and healt…
91 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing Chapter 1
Knights of Saint Lazarus
Alexian Brothers
Fabiola
Harriet Tubman
an order of knights that dedicated themselves to the care of…
organized care for the victims of the black plague in the 14t…
a wealthy Roman matron; viewed by some as the Patron Saint of…
(1820-1913)... known as "The Moses of Her People" for her work…
Knights of Saint Lazarus
an order of knights that dedicated themselves to the care of…
Alexian Brothers
organized care for the victims of the black plague in the 14t…
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BIOL 121 Respiratory System Models
arytenoid cartilage
bifurcation of trachea
bronchial tree
bronchioles
This area is also called the carina.
arytenoid cartilage
bifurcation of trachea
This area is also called the carina.
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Test 3
Cataracts
What are the common causes of blindness?
Conductive Hearing loss
Sensorineural hearing loss
One part or all of lens becomes opaque
Hereditary diseases... Retinopathy of prematurity... Albinism... Infec…
Interference with transmission of sound to middle ear. Most c…
Damage to the inner ear (cochlea). Damage to nerve pathway. M…
Cataracts
One part or all of lens becomes opaque
What are the common causes of blindness?
Hereditary diseases... Retinopathy of prematurity... Albinism... Infec…
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Ethical, Social and Legal Issues
bioethics
deontologic model
emancipated minor
ethical dilemma
Rules or principles that govern right conduct, specifically t…
Ethical model stating that the right course of action is the…
An adolescent younger than the age of majority (usually 18 ye…
A situation in which no solution seems completely satisfactory.
bioethics
Rules or principles that govern right conduct, specifically t…
deontologic model
Ethical model stating that the right course of action is the…
Pediatric cardiovascular disorders
A nurse is reviewing blood work for a…
Rhuematic fever
coarctation of the aorta
Rhuematic fever medication
increased RBC
precipitated by a streptococcal infection, such as strep thro…
An infant with coarctation of the aorta has decreased systemi…
drug therapy must be given for the full 10 to 14 days to ensu…
A nurse is reviewing blood work for a…
increased RBC
Rhuematic fever
precipitated by a streptococcal infection, such as strep thro…
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Chapter 4: Theoretical Foundations of Nursing Practice
1. The nursing instructor is teaching…
2. The nurse is caring for a patient w…
3. The type of theory that is used to…
4. The nurse researcher is evaluating…
ANS: D... Theories offer well-grounded rationales or reasons for…
ANS: A... Orem's theory explains the factors within a patient's…
ANS: B... Prescriptive theories are action oriented and test the…
ANS: A... Prescriptive theories guide nursing research to develo…
1. The nursing instructor is teaching…
ANS: D... Theories offer well-grounded rationales or reasons for…
2. The nurse is caring for a patient w…
ANS: A... Orem's theory explains the factors within a patient's…
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IV Fluid/Solution Quick Reference
Normal Saline (NS)
1/2 Normal Saline (1/2 NS)
Lactated Ringer's (LR)
D5W
Description: 0.9% NaCl in Water Crystalloid Solution... {An iso…
Description: 0.45% NaCl in WaterCrystalloid Solution... Osmolal…
Description: Normal saline with electrolytes and buffer... {An…
Description: Dextrose 5% in water Crystalloid solution... {A car…
Normal Saline (NS)
Description: 0.9% NaCl in Water Crystalloid Solution... {An iso…
1/2 Normal Saline (1/2 NS)
Description: 0.45% NaCl in WaterCrystalloid Solution... Osmolal…
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Surface Anatomy
Orbital
Oral
Sternal
Axillary
eye
mouth
sternum or breastbone
armpit
Orbital
eye
Oral
mouth
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Suffixes (Adv Pharm) - RNNext
-zosin
-lol
-terol
-pril
Alpha-1 Adrenergic Antagonists <blocks>
Beta Adrenergic Antagonists <blocks>
Beta-2 Adrenergic Agonist <activates>
Angiotensin-Converting Enzyme Inhibitor (ACEI)
-zosin
Alpha-1 Adrenergic Antagonists <blocks>
-lol
Beta Adrenergic Antagonists <blocks>
newborn transitioning
normal respiration newborn
The role of surfactant
normal newborn stools
A 12-hour-old infant is receiving IV f…
Coughing and sneezing are normal reflexes present in newborns…
act on surface tension and assist to keep the alveoli open in…
Newborn stools typically pass through a pattern of meconium,…
The possibility of fluid overload is increased and must be co…
normal respiration newborn
Coughing and sneezing are normal reflexes present in newborns…
The role of surfactant
act on surface tension and assist to keep the alveoli open in…
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Lewis Med Surg Chapter 49 Diabetes - Key Points
• Diabetes mellitus is _
• Current theories link the causes of…
• Type 1 diabetes mellitus most often…
• Type 1 diabetes is the _
_a chronic multisystem disorder of glucose metabolism related…
_genetic, autoimmune, and environmental factors.
_in people who are under 30 years of age, with a peak onset b…
_end result of a long-standing process where the body's own T…
• Diabetes mellitus is _
_a chronic multisystem disorder of glucose metabolism related…
• Current theories link the causes of…
_genetic, autoimmune, and environmental factors.
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Chapter 44: Nutrition Potter and Perry Test 5
1. Which statement made by an adult pa…
2. The nurse teaches a patient who has…
3. The nurse is caring for a patient e…
4. The nurse suspects that the patient…
C. I will make sure that I eat a balanced diet and exercise r…
B. Protein... Proteins provide a source of energy (4 kcal/g), a…
A. Sit the patient upright in a chair.... C. Place food in the s…
B. Turn patient to left lateral decubitus position... An air em…
1. Which statement made by an adult pa…
C. I will make sure that I eat a balanced diet and exercise r…
2. The nurse teaches a patient who has…
B. Protein... Proteins provide a source of energy (4 kcal/g), a…
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Quick Quizlet about insulin types, onsets, peaks, durations
There are two main types of insulins,_
The concentration of insulin most ofte…
The five categories of insulin based o…
Two very rapid acting insulins are_
_Human insulins and analog insulins
_100 units/mL
_1. very rapid acting. 2. regular, or rapid acting. 3. interm…
_Lispro (Humalog), and Aspart (Novolog). They are CLEAR, onse…
There are two main types of insulins,_
_Human insulins and analog insulins
The concentration of insulin most ofte…
_100 units/mL
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B. Roman Numerals
I
V
X
L
1
5
10
50
I
1
V
5
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FD T2 Communication and the Nurse - Client Relationship
_____ is a complex process of sending,…
Nurses use communication when providin…
_____ communication is foundational to…
Levels of Basic Communication:
Communication
caring... establish relationships... obtain information... assist with…
Therapeutic
Intrapersonal... Interpersonal... Public... Transpersonal... Small Group
_____ is a complex process of sending,…
Communication
Nurses use communication when providin…
caring... establish relationships... obtain information... assist with…
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Muscles of the Head and Neck
Frontalis
Mentalis
Orbicularis oculi
Orbicularis oris
Draws back scalp, wrinkles forehead, raises eyebrows
Elevates and protrudes lower lip; used in pouting
Closes eyelids; used in blinking, winking, and squinting
Closes and protrudes lips; used in whistling and forming many…
Frontalis
Draws back scalp, wrinkles forehead, raises eyebrows
Mentalis
Elevates and protrudes lower lip; used in pouting
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Respiratory Care
afterload
angina pectoris
bronchoscopy
cardiac index (CI)
Resistance to ventricular ejection.
Episodic chest pain caused most often by myocardial anoxia as…
Visual examination of the tracheal and bronchial tree using a…
Adequacy of the cardiac output of an individual
afterload
Resistance to ventricular ejection.
angina pectoris
Episodic chest pain caused most often by myocardial anoxia as…
26 terms
Chapter 14 Older Adults (NCLEX)
1. As the aging population in the Unit…
2. As a patient ages, the nursing plan…
3. Which of these findings, if identif…
4. Which of the following statements b…
1. As the aging population in the United States increases, th…
2. As a patient ages, the nursing plan of care:... • Should be…
3. Which of these findings, if identified in a patient on a g…
4. Which of the following statements by a new graduate nurse…
1. As the aging population in the Unit…
1. As the aging population in the United States increases, th…
2. As a patient ages, the nursing plan…
2. As a patient ages, the nursing plan of care:... • Should be…
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Foramina of the Skull and Their Contents
supraorbital nerve from opthalmic bran…
olfactory nerve (II)
anterior ethmoidal nerve from opthalmi…
posterior ethmoidal nerve from opthalm…
supraorbital foramen
olfactory foramina of cribriform plate
anterior ethmoidal foramen
posterior ethmoidal foramen
supraorbital nerve from opthalmic bran…
supraorbital foramen
olfactory nerve (II)
olfactory foramina of cribriform plate
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Reading One: Solving a Deadly Puzzle
hysterical
the clock is/was ticking
around the clock
settle on
adjective... When David found out his father went to the hospita…
idiom... You are very aware that the __________ during the TOEFL…
idiom... Many people in the US put their elderly relatives in nu…
phrasal verb... I've finally settled on a new haircut.
hysterical
adjective... When David found out his father went to the hospita…
the clock is/was ticking
idiom... You are very aware that the __________ during the TOEFL…
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Psych: Module 1 (Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing/Biopsychosocial Context of Psychiatric Nursing Care/ Mental Health Promotion, Crisis Intervention, and Classification of Mental Health Disorders/ Legal and Ethical Issues in Psychiatric Nursing)
How many axes are there for DSM-IV?
What is axis I?
What is axis II?
What is axis III?
Five
Principal (Clinical disorder) - which requires immediate atte…
Personality disorder and mental retardation.
General Medical disease
How many axes are there for DSM-IV?
Five
What is axis I?
Principal (Clinical disorder) - which requires immediate atte…
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NUR 203, module E - sepsis/septic shock/MODS
multiple organ dysfunction syndrome (M…
septic shock
etiology of sepsis
risk factors for sepsis/septic shock
A vicious cycle of increasing cell damage caused by massive r…
Complex type of distributive shock... - bacterial/fungal infecti…
Infection...... - E. coli... - Klebsiella pneumoniae... - staphylococc…
- malnutrition... - immunosuppression... - large, open wounds... - muc…
multiple organ dysfunction syndrome (M…
A vicious cycle of increasing cell damage caused by massive r…
septic shock
Complex type of distributive shock... - bacterial/fungal infecti…
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Medical Microbiology Exam#1 study guide (Ch. 1-History)
Historical Figures (Ch.1)
Robert Hooke
Antonie van Leeuwenhoek
Joseph Lister
...
-Development of the microscope. ... -Provided earliest record of…
-Created the single-lens microscope. ... -used homemade microsco…
1876... -Introduced aseptic technique
Historical Figures (Ch.1)
...
Robert Hooke
-Development of the microscope. ... -Provided earliest record of…
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Ch. 34 - NCLEX Review Questions
B - If an infectious disease is transm…
A - The blood is a reservoir for patho…
A - Good hand hygiene is the most effe…
D - If the nurse touches a sheet (nons…
If an infectious disease can be transmitted directly from one…
In infectious diseases such as hepatitis B and C, a reservoir…
The most effective way to break the chain of infection is by:…
A nurse is assigned to care for a client with a deep wound in…
B - If an infectious disease is transm…
If an infectious disease can be transmitted directly from one…
A - The blood is a reservoir for patho…
In infectious diseases such as hepatitis B and C, a reservoir…
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ACLS drugs
Atropine Indication
Atropine action
Atropine nursing considerations
Dopamine Indication
1st line drug for bradyarrythmias, 2nd line drug for asystole…
Parasympatholytic that blocks acetylcholine effects on post c…
Give rapidly as 0.5mg IV push; may repeat to dose of 3mg.... Be…
2nd line drug for bradyarrythmias
Atropine Indication
1st line drug for bradyarrythmias, 2nd line drug for asystole…
Atropine action
Parasympatholytic that blocks acetylcholine effects on post c…
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