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8 terms
Kaplan Nursing Entrance: Immune
Immune System
Autoimmune Disorder
Passive Immune Defenses
Active Immunity
Protects the interior of the body; stops bacteria/viruses fro…
cause the body's immune system to assault its own tissue
barriers to entry including: skin, lining of the lungs, mouth…
the cellular part of the immune system
Immune System
Protects the interior of the body; stops bacteria/viruses fro…
Autoimmune Disorder
cause the body's immune system to assault its own tissue
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Kaplan Nursing Entrance: Respiration
Respiratory System
Lungs
Diaphram
Medulla Oblongata
Provides oxygen and removes carbon dioxide
move air between the exterior atmosphere and the interior air…
The bottom portion of the lung cavity
part of the brain that controls the breathing rate and monito…
Respiratory System
Provides oxygen and removes carbon dioxide
Lungs
move air between the exterior atmosphere and the interior air…
889 terms
Nursing entrance exam - Kaplan
Resignation most nearly means:
Tangible most nearly means:
Feasible most nearly means:
Impure means the opposite of:
Acceptance
Real
Workable
Unalloyed
Resignation most nearly means:
Acceptance
Tangible most nearly means:
Real
950 terms
Kaplan Nursing Entrance Exam
Resignation most nearly means:
Tangible most nearly means:
Feasible most nearly means:
Impure means the opposite of:
Acceptance
Real
Workable
Unalloyed
Resignation most nearly means:
Acceptance
Tangible most nearly means:
Real
13 terms
Kaplan Nursing Entrance: Blood
Blood
Blood consists of:
Plasma
Oxygen
fluid transported through the circulatory system composed of…
red blood cells (erythrocytes), platelets, and white blood ce…
Composed of water, salts, proteins, glucose, hormones, lipids…
transported in the blood bound to a hemoglobin
Blood
fluid transported through the circulatory system composed of…
Blood consists of:
red blood cells (erythrocytes), platelets, and white blood ce…
50 terms
Kaplan nursing
Therapeutic Communication
Therapeutic Communication purpose
Implementing Therapeutic Communication
Presbycusis
Listening to and understanding the client while promoting cla…
developing trust... promoting open communication
Pre-Interaction-review Pt. data and anticipate concerns that…
Age-related hearing loss caused by inner ear changes; decreas…
Therapeutic Communication
Listening to and understanding the client while promoting cla…
Therapeutic Communication purpose
developing trust... promoting open communication
50 terms
Kaplan nursing
Therapeutic Communication
Therapeutic Communication purpose
Implementing Therapeutic Communication
Presbycusis
Listening to and understanding the client while promoting cla…
developing trust... promoting open communication
Pre-Interaction-review Pt. data and anticipate concerns that…
Age-related hearing loss caused by inner ear changes; decreas…
Therapeutic Communication
Listening to and understanding the client while promoting cla…
Therapeutic Communication purpose
developing trust... promoting open communication
142 terms
Kaplan- Fundamentals of Nursing
Chronic pain
tetanus
If client received at least 3 doses of…
If client received less than 3 doses o…
episode of pain that lasts for 3 months or more... Serves no use…
fatal disease caused by bacterium that can live for a long ti…
administer tetanus toxoid booster
Administer both Td and tetanus immune globulin (TIG)
Chronic pain
episode of pain that lasts for 3 months or more... Serves no use…
tetanus
fatal disease caused by bacterium that can live for a long ti…
16 terms
Kaplan Nursing
Estimated Date of Confinement (EDC)... -…
Constipation ... - Diagnose... - Physiologi…
Anxiety... - Planning... - Psychosocial int…
Pulmonary Embolism... - Assessment... - Phy…
Naegele's rule: count back 3 months from first day of LMP and…
- less than three BM's/week... - small, dry stools... - abdominal d…
1. Goals... a. Decrease anxiety... b. Recognize anxiety, e.g., rest…
Indications include:... - Pleuritic or anginal chest pain... - Acut…
Estimated Date of Confinement (EDC)... -…
Naegele's rule: count back 3 months from first day of LMP and…
Constipation ... - Diagnose... - Physiologi…
- less than three BM's/week... - small, dry stools... - abdominal d…
168 terms
Kaplan Nursing Terminology
Abduction
Abraded
Acetonuria
Adduction
movement away from midline
scraped
acetone in the urine
movement toward the midline
Abduction
movement away from midline
Abraded
scraped
167 terms
Nursing Terminology (Kaplan)
Abduction
Abraded
Acetonuria
Adduction
movement away from the midline
scraped
acetone in the urine
movement toward the midline
Abduction
movement away from the midline
Abraded
scraped
889 terms
Nursing entrance exam - Kaplan
Resignation most nearly means:
Tangible most nearly means:
Feasible most nearly means:
Impure means the opposite of:
Acceptance
Real
Workable
Unalloyed
Resignation most nearly means:
Acceptance
Tangible most nearly means:
Real
9 terms
Kaplan Nursing Entrance Science: Neurological
Cerebral Cortex
Olfactory Lobe
Thalamus
Hypothalamus
1) controls all voluntary motor activity by initiating respon…
center for reception/integration of olfactory input (sense of…
transmits nervous impulses and sensory information to and fro…
controls hunger, thirst, pain, temperature, water balance and…
Cerebral Cortex
1) controls all voluntary motor activity by initiating respon…
Olfactory Lobe
center for reception/integration of olfactory input (sense of…
7 terms
Kaplan Nursing
What are the essential components of a…
Inorganic compounds are chemicals that…
Another name for carbs, they are compo…
carbs provide short term energy for me…
carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, phosphorous, sulfur. iron…
sodium chloride, nitrogen and phosphorus
saccarides, CHO, sugars and starches
lipids for long term energy
What are the essential components of a…
carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, phosphorous, sulfur. iron…
Inorganic compounds are chemicals that…
sodium chloride, nitrogen and phosphorus
14 terms
Kaplan Nursing Entrance Science: Sensory
Sensory Information to be interpreted:
Sight
Cornea
Pupil
sight, hearing, balance, taste, smell, touch, temp, co2 levels
light detected and transmitted to the brain to create intensi…
bends/focuses light rays
opening light rays from the cornea travel through
Sensory Information to be interpreted:
sight, hearing, balance, taste, smell, touch, temp, co2 levels
Sight
light detected and transmitted to the brain to create intensi…
7 terms
Kaplan Nursing Entrance Science: Digestion
Alimentary Canal
Mechanical Digestion
Peristalsis
Chemical Digestion
the entire path food follows through the body: oral cavity, p…
the act of food being crushed and liquified by teeth, tongue,…
wave like muscular action conducted by smooth muscle in the d…
secretions (starting in the mouth) released from glands withi…
Alimentary Canal
the entire path food follows through the body: oral cavity, p…
Mechanical Digestion
the act of food being crushed and liquified by teeth, tongue,…
Kaplan nursing entrance exam
Resignation
Tangible
Feasible
Impure
Acceptance
Real
Workable
Unalloyed
Resignation
Acceptance
Tangible
Real
12 terms
Kaplan Nursing Entrance: Neurological System
Neurological System:
Nervous System
Neuron
Action Potentials
consists of the nervous system and the brain
allows organisms to receive and respond to stimuli from their…
a cell designed to transmit information in the form of electr…
electrochemical signals transmitted by neurons
Neurological System:
consists of the nervous system and the brain
Nervous System
allows organisms to receive and respond to stimuli from their…
8 terms
Kaplan Nursing Entrance Science: Electrolytes
Electrolytes
Electrolyte concentration
Key Electrolytes
Sodium
1) substances that become ions in solution and have the capac…
1) controlled by hormones[made in kidney and adrenal glands]…
sodium... potassium... chloride... bicarbonate... magnesium
regulates body water and is critical to production of electri…
Electrolytes
1) substances that become ions in solution and have the capac…
Electrolyte concentration
1) controlled by hormones[made in kidney and adrenal glands]…
794 terms
Kaplan Nursing Entrance Exam
Which are correctly related:
Which of the following associations of…
Which of the following is not a charac…
Which order of classificatory division…
Cardiac muscle:Involuntary action
Medulla: Basic emotional drives (false)
It requires oxygen
Phylum, class, order, genus... King Phillip came over for great…
Which are correctly related:
Cardiac muscle:Involuntary action
Which of the following associations of…
Medulla: Basic emotional drives (false)
649 terms
Kaplan Nursing Entrance Exam
Water bonds
Carbohydrates
What do carbohydrates provide?
Lipids (fats and oils)
Hydrogen bonding
main class of biological molecules, composed of carbon, hydro…
Short term energy for metabolism and glucose, structural supp…
Carbon, hydrogen and oxygen, less oxygen than carbohydrates,…
Water bonds
Hydrogen bonding
Carbohydrates
main class of biological molecules, composed of carbon, hydro…
12 terms
Kaplan Entrance nursing
which system induces the sinoatrial no…
controls the immune response
which part of the brain controls thoug…
How are neurons different than other c…
the autonomic system
WBCs, antibodies
frontal lobe
communicate faster
which system induces the sinoatrial no…
the autonomic system
controls the immune response
WBCs, antibodies
889 terms
Nursing entrance exam - Kaplan
Resignation most nearly means:
Tangible most nearly means:
Feasible most nearly means:
Impure means the opposite of:
Acceptance
Real
Workable
Unalloyed
Resignation most nearly means:
Acceptance
Tangible most nearly means:
Real
14 terms
Kaplan Fundamentals of Nursing A
BMI <18.5
BMI 18.5-24.9
BMI 25-29.9
BMI >30
Underweight BMI
Normal body weight/BMI
Overweight BMI
Obese BMI
BMI <18.5
Underweight BMI
BMI 18.5-24.9
Normal body weight/BMI
168 terms
Kaplan Nursing Terminology
Abduction
Abraded
Acetonuria
Adduction
movement away from midline
scraped
acetone in the urine
movement toward the midline
Abduction
movement away from midline
Abraded
scraped
142 terms
Kaplan- Fundamentals of Nursing
Chronic pain
tetanus
If client received at least 3 doses of…
If client received less than 3 doses o…
episode of pain that lasts for 3 months or more... Serves no use…
fatal disease caused by bacterium that can live for a long ti…
administer tetanus toxoid booster
Administer both Td and tetanus immune globulin (TIG)
Chronic pain
episode of pain that lasts for 3 months or more... Serves no use…
tetanus
fatal disease caused by bacterium that can live for a long ti…
122 terms
Maternity/Gyno Nursing Kaplan
The nurse instructs a pregnant woman w…
The nurse supervises care for a client…
A woman asks the nurse if she can safe…
Which of the following measures is MOS…
Cheese and fresh fruit
The client's mother walks up to the client inside of her room…
Alcohol has a CNS depressant effect on the baby.
Rotate the staff members assigned to the patient.
The nurse instructs a pregnant woman w…
Cheese and fresh fruit
The nurse supervises care for a client…
The client's mother walks up to the client inside of her room…
31 terms
Kaplan-Science Exam Nursing
If the mitral value prolapsed, what pr…
Which system regulates blood pressure?:
What substance is absorbe in the small…
Vitamin D does what?
Backup of blood in the left atrium
Nervous system
fats
promotes calcium absorption
If the mitral value prolapsed, what pr…
Backup of blood in the left atrium
Which system regulates blood pressure?:
Nervous system
794 terms
Kaplan Nursing Entrance Exam
Which are correctly related:
Which of the following associations of…
Which of the following is not a charac…
Which order of classificatory division…
Cardiac muscle:Involuntary action
Medulla: Basic emotional drives (false)
It requires oxygen
Phylum, class, order, genus... King Phillip came over for great…
Which are correctly related:
Cardiac muscle:Involuntary action
Which of the following associations of…
Medulla: Basic emotional drives (false)
12 terms
Kaplan Entrance nursing
which system induces the sinoatrial no…
controls the immune response
which part of the brain controls thoug…
How are neurons different than other c…
the autonomic system
WBCs, antibodies
frontal lobe
communicate faster
which system induces the sinoatrial no…
the autonomic system
controls the immune response
WBCs, antibodies
11 terms
Nutrition for nursing Kaplan
Average adult requires how many kcal a…
fluid requirment for adult a day?
What is the first substance used for e…
What is the only source of energy prod…
1500 to 3000 kcal
1800 to 2500 ml/day
Carbohydrates
carbohydrates
Average adult requires how many kcal a…
1500 to 3000 kcal
fluid requirment for adult a day?
1800 to 2500 ml/day
31 terms
Kaplan Fundamentals of Nursing B
a 5-year-old is scheduled for a tonsil…
the nurse identifies which change in t…
the nurse knows that serum albumin is…
following surgery, the nurse becomes c…
provides sedation and anxiety reduction.
sphincter reflexes decreased
serum albumin is easy to measure, and can indicate a protein…
palpate for bladder distention
a 5-year-old is scheduled for a tonsil…
provides sedation and anxiety reduction.
the nurse identifies which change in t…
sphincter reflexes decreased
888 terms
Nursing entrance exam - Kaplan
Tangible most nearly means:
Feasible most nearly means:
Impure means the opposite of:
Scale mans the opposite of:
Real
Workable
Unalloyed
Descend
Tangible most nearly means:
Real
Feasible most nearly means:
Workable
32 terms
1101 Kaplan Fundamentals Nursing
positioning
fowlers
head and knees elevated
prone
prevent contractures, relieve pressure, promote circ., pulmon…
increase venous return, allow lung expansion. good for heart…
venous return, pressure off lumbar-sacral
promote extension of hip joint. allows mouth to drain. use fo…
positioning
prevent contractures, relieve pressure, promote circ., pulmon…
fowlers
increase venous return, allow lung expansion. good for heart…
59 terms
Kaplan nursing vocabulary
Resolute
Terse
Vanquish
Cautious
Determined
Short, abrupt
To defeat or conquer in battle
Careful in actions and behaviors
Resolute
Determined
Terse
Short, abrupt
30 terms
Kaplan Fundamentals of Nursing A
The nurse cares for a client with a bo…
Several days postoperatively, a client…
the nurse understands the purpose of a…
the home care nurse cares for a client…
obese-> BMI 30-39.9 is obese
chest pain and shortness of breath-> calf pain suggests that…
keep the tissues close together so that healing can occur-> i…
the client ambulates wearing socks -> should wear shoes or sl…
The nurse cares for a client with a bo…
obese-> BMI 30-39.9 is obese
Several days postoperatively, a client…
chest pain and shortness of breath-> calf pain suggests that…
168 terms
Nursing 1001 Kaplan
Demographic Data
Past Health History
Family Health History
Social History
date, biographical info, age, sex, marital status, reason for…
medical history, surgical history, meds, communicable disease…
genogram, familial/genetic diseases
alcohol/tobacco/drug use, travel history, work environment, h…
Demographic Data
date, biographical info, age, sex, marital status, reason for…
Past Health History
medical history, surgical history, meds, communicable disease…
84 terms
Kaplan- Fundamentals of Nursing
contact precautions
airborne precautions
droplet precautions
Neutropenic precautions
appropriate for:... wound infections... C. Diff... Multi resistant str…
Appropriate for:... measles... Tuberculosis... Varicella... Disseminated…
Appropriate for... diphtheria... Strep... Pneumonia... Influenza
Used for clients at increased risk for infection ie immunosup…
contact precautions
appropriate for:... wound infections... C. Diff... Multi resistant str…
airborne precautions
Appropriate for:... measles... Tuberculosis... Varicella... Disseminated…
140 terms
Nursing exam Kaplan - Science
All life is composed primarily of
Chemicals don't contain carbon
Chemicals that contain carbon
A molecule fundamental for a life
carbon... H... Oxygen... N... Phosphorous... Sulfur... iron... iodine... Mg... Ca... Salt
Inorganic compounds... NaCl... N... Phosphorous
Organic compounds
Water... h2o... Specific bonding that takes place in water is calle…
All life is composed primarily of
carbon... H... Oxygen... N... Phosphorous... Sulfur... iron... iodine... Mg... Ca... Salt
Chemicals don't contain carbon
Inorganic compounds... NaCl... N... Phosphorous
22 terms
Kaplan Fundamentals of Nursing B
Infancy
Infancy (age)
Toddler
Toddler (age)
trust vs mistrust, learns to trust self and others
Birth to 12 months
Autonomy vs shame, learns to exercise self-control, and influ…
12 months to 3 years
Infancy
trust vs mistrust, learns to trust self and others
Infancy (age)
Birth to 12 months
16 terms
Kaplan Prep: Fundamentals of Nursing
Aspirin (Acetylsalicyclic Acid)
Pain Management
Wound Healing Diet
Post-op care
- Analgesic, Antipyretic, Anti-inflammatory, Anti-platelet... S/…
- "Whatever the person says it is; exists whenever the person…
- High protein... - High Fat... - High Carbs... - High vitamins (esp.…
- Full assmt is required... - Monitor VS, Central venous pressur…
Aspirin (Acetylsalicyclic Acid)
- Analgesic, Antipyretic, Anti-inflammatory, Anti-platelet... S/…
Pain Management
- "Whatever the person says it is; exists whenever the person…
889 terms
Nursing Entrance Exam - Kaplan
Resignation most nearly means:
Tangible most nearly means:
Feasible most nearly means:
Impure means the opposite of:
Acceptance
Real
Workable
Unalloyed
Resignation most nearly means:
Acceptance
Tangible most nearly means:
Real
27 terms
Kaplan Nursing Science
Lungs
Arteries
Pulmonary Artery
Capillaries
Are designed to move air between the exterior atmosphereand a…
Carry blood from the heart to the tissue of the body. They ar…
Carries deoxygenated blood from the heart to renew the oxygen…
Are thin-walled vessels that are very small in diameter. Made…
Lungs
Are designed to move air between the exterior atmosphereand a…
Arteries
Carry blood from the heart to the tissue of the body. They ar…
58 terms
1101 Kaplan Fundamentals Nursing
positioning
supine
Sims (side w/ knee bent
fowlers
prevent contractures, relieve pressure, promote circ., pulmon…
minimize hip flexion
drain oral secretions. good for enema, perineal care.
increase venous return, allow lung expansion. good for heart…
positioning
prevent contractures, relieve pressure, promote circ., pulmon…
supine
minimize hip flexion
20 terms
Kaplan Nursing Entrance Science: Circulatory System
Circulatory System
Vertebrate Circulation
Atria
Ventricles
transports nutrients, gases, and wastes throughout the body
in a closed circulatory system with a chambered heart that pu…
Chambers were blood from veins collects and is pumped into ve…
Larger, more muscular heart chambers that pump blood througho…
Circulatory System
transports nutrients, gases, and wastes throughout the body
Vertebrate Circulation
in a closed circulatory system with a chambered heart that pu…
227 terms
Kaplan Nursing Research Test
Abstract
Electronic databases
EBN
Key Words
A summary or condensed version of the research report (p 15).
Categorized lists of articles from a wide range of journals,…
The process that nurses use to make clinical decisions and to…
terms that describe the topic or nature of the information so…
Abstract
A summary or condensed version of the research report (p 15).
Electronic databases
Categorized lists of articles from a wide range of journals,…
27 terms
Kaplan Nursing Science
Lungs
Arteries
Pulmonary Artery
Capillaries
Are designed to move air between the exterior atmosphereand a…
Carry blood from the heart to the tissue of the body. They ar…
Carries deoxygenated blood from the heart to renew the oxygen…
Are thin-walled vessels that are very small in diameter. Made…
Lungs
Are designed to move air between the exterior atmosphereand a…
Arteries
Carry blood from the heart to the tissue of the body. They ar…
58 terms
Nursing Entrance Exam Kaplan: Math
Comparing Fractions
Converting Fractions to Decimals
Converting Decimal to Fraction
Converting Fraction or Decimal to a Pe…
Multiply Numerator of first fraction by denominator of second…
Divide numerator by denominator (i.e 8/25= 0.32)
Place number over 1 (i.e 0.3= 0.3/1) Then move decimal to the…
Multiply Fraction or Decimal by 100% (Fraction to Percent i.e…
Comparing Fractions
Multiply Numerator of first fraction by denominator of second…
Converting Fractions to Decimals
Divide numerator by denominator (i.e 8/25= 0.32)
49 terms
Nursing Kaplan Anatomy
Vitals:... BP ... pulse... R... Temp... O2 Sat
What does blood pressure tell you?
Systolic pressure vs. diastolic pressure
Name three functions of the skin
120/80... 72... 12-20... 98.6F or 37C... >90%
The pressure inside your arteries
Systolic- top number pressure when heart contracts... Diastolic-…
Protection, regulation, sensation
Vitals:... BP ... pulse... R... Temp... O2 Sat
120/80... 72... 12-20... 98.6F or 37C... >90%
What does blood pressure tell you?
The pressure inside your arteries
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