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116 terms
NCLEX
Five Rights of Delegation
Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs
Five Rights of Medication Administration
Acetaminophen (Tylenol)
1. Right Person... 2. Right Task... 3. Right Circumstance... 4. Right…
1. Right Client... 2. Right Drug... 3. Right Dose... 4. Right Route... 5.…
Antidote/Reversal: acetylcysteine (Muscomyst) ... Toxic Level:…
Five Rights of Delegation
1. Right Person... 2. Right Task... 3. Right Circumstance... 4. Right…
Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs
931 terms
NCLEX
ADH ( what is it, where is it found)
Where is ADH found?
What could cause a potential ADH probl…
What is vasopressin
This is an anti diuretic hormone, it retains water in the bod…
In the pituitary gland, which is located at the base of the b…
Craniotomy, head injury, sinus surgery, transspehenoidal hypo…
ADH
ADH ( what is it, where is it found)
This is an anti diuretic hormone, it retains water in the bod…
Where is ADH found?
In the pituitary gland, which is located at the base of the b…
34 terms
NCLEX
-caine
-done
-mycin
-micin
local anesthetics
opioid analgesics
antibiotics
antibiotics
-caine
local anesthetics
-done
opioid analgesics
434 terms
nclex
pH
PCO2
HCO3
PO2
7.35-7.45
35-45
22-28
80-100%
pH
7.35-7.45
PCO2
35-45
468 terms
NCLEX
What are signs and symptoms of hemorrh…
What are the side effects of external…
Where is the spleen palpated on the ab…
What is the highest priority care for…
Urinary output less than 30 cc/hr, dehydration, dizziness, fa…
Dysgeusia (salty, rancid taste in mouth), stomatitis, thrombo…
RUQ
Increase the patient's fluid intake to 3 liters daily.
What are signs and symptoms of hemorrh…
Urinary output less than 30 cc/hr, dehydration, dizziness, fa…
What are the side effects of external…
Dysgeusia (salty, rancid taste in mouth), stomatitis, thrombo…
434 terms
nclex
pH
PCO2
HCO3
PO2
7.35-7.45
35-45
22-28
80-100%
pH
7.35-7.45
PCO2
35-45
NCLEX
Five Rights of Delegation
Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs
Five Rights of Medication Administration
Acetaminophen (Tylenol)
1. Right Person... 2. Right Task... 3. Right Circumstance... 4. Right…
1. Right Client... 2. Right Drug... 3. Right Dose... 4. Right Route... 5.…
Antidote/Reversal: acetylcysteine (Muscomyst) ... Toxic Level:…
Five Rights of Delegation
1. Right Person... 2. Right Task... 3. Right Circumstance... 4. Right…
Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs
46 terms
NCLEX
What kind of insulin type is Lispro?
What kind of insulin type is Aspart?
What kind of insulin type is Glulisine?
What kind of insulin type is regular?
Rapid-acting
Rapid-Acting
Rapid-Acting
Short-acting
What kind of insulin type is Lispro?
Rapid-acting
What kind of insulin type is Aspart?
Rapid-Acting
43 terms
NCLEX
Allen's Test
A patient with severe diarrhea is at r…
Normal Blood Gases ... *pH... *Pco2... *HCO3... *Po2
Respiratory Acidosis
Apply direct pressure over the client's ulnar and radial arte…
Intestinal Secretions hi in Bicarbonate may be lost through e…
*pH 7.35 to 7.45... *Pco2 35 to 45 mm Hg... *HCO3 22 to 27 mEq/L... *P…
*pH Decreased... *HCO3 Increased ... *Pao2 Decreased... *Paco2 Increas…
Allen's Test
Apply direct pressure over the client's ulnar and radial arte…
A patient with severe diarrhea is at r…
Intestinal Secretions hi in Bicarbonate may be lost through e…
143 terms
NCLEX
Fluticasone/salmeterol (Advair)
Albuterol, Atrovent, Ipratopium, & sol…
Capasaicin (Zostrix)
Montelukast (singulair)
contains corticosteroid and bronchodilator... Long acting agonis…
rescue asthma drugs ... Albuterol & Atrovent: short acting beta…
over the counter analgesic used for minor pain. ... Education: w…
given with beta agonist and steroid (fluticasone or budesonid…
Fluticasone/salmeterol (Advair)
contains corticosteroid and bronchodilator... Long acting agonis…
Albuterol, Atrovent, Ipratopium, & sol…
rescue asthma drugs ... Albuterol & Atrovent: short acting beta…
245 terms
NCLEX
Calcium:
Chloride:
Magnesium:
Phosphorus:
8.5-10.9mg/L
98-107
1.6-2.6 mg/dL
2.5-4.5mg/dL
Calcium:
8.5-10.9mg/L
Chloride:
98-107
164 terms
Nclex
Wernickes (Korsakoffs) Syndrome
S/s uppers
S/s downers
Drug addiction in newborn
Paychosis induced by vitamin B1 (Thiamine) deficit
Borborymi- hyperactive bowel sounds... Tachycardia... Fever... Dilated…
Bradycardia... Lethargy... Resp arrest... Decreased blood glucose... Flac…
Always assume intoxicated/overdose within 1st 24hrs not withd…
Wernickes (Korsakoffs) Syndrome
Paychosis induced by vitamin B1 (Thiamine) deficit
S/s uppers
Borborymi- hyperactive bowel sounds... Tachycardia... Fever... Dilated…
356 terms
NCLEX
What are signs and symptoms of hemorrh…
What are the side effects of external…
Where is the spleen palpated on the ab…
What is the highest priority care for…
Urinary output less than 30 cc/hr, dehydration, dizziness, fa…
Dysgeusia (salty, rancid taste in mouth), stomatitis, thrombo…
RUQ
Increase the patient's fluid intake to 3 liters daily.
What are signs and symptoms of hemorrh…
Urinary output less than 30 cc/hr, dehydration, dizziness, fa…
What are the side effects of external…
Dysgeusia (salty, rancid taste in mouth), stomatitis, thrombo…
38 terms
Nclex
Angiotensin-Converting Enzyme Inhibitors
Beta adrenergic blockers
Anti-infectives
Benzodiazepine
Antihypertensive... -pril
Lower blood pressure lower pulse rate lower cardiac output... -o…
Interfere with protein synthesis of the bacteria causing the…
-Pam... -pate... -lam... -aze ... -azo... (Anticonvulsant/Anti-anxiety)
Angiotensin-Converting Enzyme Inhibitors
Antihypertensive... -pril
Beta adrenergic blockers
Lower blood pressure lower pulse rate lower cardiac output... -o…
116 terms
NCLEX
Five Rights of Delegation
Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs
Five Rights of Medication Administration
Acetaminophen (Tylenol)
1. Right Person... 2. Right Task... 3. Right Circumstance... 4. Right…
1. Right Client... 2. Right Drug... 3. Right Dose... 4. Right Route... 5.…
Antidote/Reversal: acetylcysteine (Muscomyst) ... Toxic Level:…
Five Rights of Delegation
1. Right Person... 2. Right Task... 3. Right Circumstance... 4. Right…
Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs
43 terms
NCLEX
Allen's Test
A patient with severe diarrhea is at r…
Normal Blood Gases ... *pH... *Pco2... *HCO3... *Po2
Respiratory Acidosis
Apply direct pressure over the client's ulnar and radial arte…
Intestinal Secretions hi in Bicarbonate may be lost through e…
*pH 7.35 to 7.45... *Pco2 35 to 45 mm Hg... *HCO3 22 to 27 mEq/L... *P…
*pH Decreased... *HCO3 Increased ... *Pao2 Decreased... *Paco2 Increas…
Allen's Test
Apply direct pressure over the client's ulnar and radial arte…
A patient with severe diarrhea is at r…
Intestinal Secretions hi in Bicarbonate may be lost through e…
61 terms
NCLEX
Hydantoin
Embolism
Tetany
Chvostek's Sign
Used to treat partial and generalized tonic-clonic seizures
Blockage of a vessel by a clot or foreign material brought to…
condition affecting nerves causing muscle spasms as a result…
Indicates hypocalcemia... Tap facial nerve, contracts facial mu…
Hydantoin
Used to treat partial and generalized tonic-clonic seizures
Embolism
Blockage of a vessel by a clot or foreign material brought to…
146 terms
NCLEX
Sodium (Na+)
Potassium (K)
Calcium (Ca++; total)
Magnesium (Mg ++)
136 to 145 (mEq/L)
3.5 to 5 (mEq/L)
9.0 to 10.5 (mg/dL)
1.3 to 2.1 (mEq/L)
Sodium (Na+)
136 to 145 (mEq/L)
Potassium (K)
3.5 to 5 (mEq/L)
73 terms
NCLEX
Potassium
Sodium
Calcium
Magnesium
3.5-5.0... Intracellular ion... Cardiac rhythm, nerve transmission
135-145... Extracellular ion... Water balance, confusion
8.5-10.6... Blood clotting, skeletal muscle contraction... Regulate…
1.5-2.5... Depressant to smooth muscle; hyper=decreased respirat…
Potassium
3.5-5.0... Intracellular ion... Cardiac rhythm, nerve transmission
Sodium
135-145... Extracellular ion... Water balance, confusion
109 terms
NCLEX
s/s of cushings?... A. ___tension... B. ___…
what is a laminectomy
What should you remind a pt to do when…
After a liver bipsy, position pt on __…
HTN... Hyperglycemia... Hypokalemia
decompression surgery, laminectomy enlarges your spinal canal…
A. Pt SHOULD be sleep deprived, stay awake night before... Pt s…
C. rt side for several hours to promote hemostasis and preven…
s/s of cushings?... A. ___tension... B. ___…
HTN... Hyperglycemia... Hypokalemia
what is a laminectomy
decompression surgery, laminectomy enlarges your spinal canal…
88 terms
NCLEX
How to detect female cancers using Bre…
Cerebrovascular Accident; caring for a…
Expected lab value changes with lipitor:
Heart Failure: Understanding medicatio…
A BSE should not be conducted around the same time of menstru…
CVA-opp side is affected. (Ex. Right sided CVA, mean left is…
A normal Bilirubin is (0.2-1.2 mg/dl). A slight increase in B…
monitor serum potassium level, DECREASED potassium levels inc…
How to detect female cancers using Bre…
A BSE should not be conducted around the same time of menstru…
Cerebrovascular Accident; caring for a…
CVA-opp side is affected. (Ex. Right sided CVA, mean left is…
146 terms
NCLEX
Sodium (Na+)
Potassium (K)
Calcium (Ca++; total)
Magnesium (Mg ++)
136 to 145 (mEq/L)
3.5 to 5 (mEq/L)
9.0 to 10.5 (mg/dL)
1.3 to 2.1 (mEq/L)
Sodium (Na+)
136 to 145 (mEq/L)
Potassium (K)
3.5 to 5 (mEq/L)
nclex
pH
PCO2
HCO3
PO2
7.35-7.45
35-45
22-28
80-100%
pH
7.35-7.45
PCO2
35-45
636 terms
NCLEX
Hypomagnesemia can lead to what cardia…
What is Torsades de Pointes?
Range for Magnesium
Range for Potassium
Torsades De Pointes, PVCs, Ventricular tachycardia, Ventricul…
...
1.3-2.1
3.1-5.0
Hypomagnesemia can lead to what cardia…
Torsades De Pointes, PVCs, Ventricular tachycardia, Ventricul…
What is Torsades de Pointes?
...
370 terms
NCLEX
Meds that can cause FVE
Where is aldosterone found?
Diseases with too much aldosterone:
Disease with too little aldosterone:
Alka Seltzer, Fleet Enema, IVF wit Na (all contain Na)
Adrenal glands (above kidney)
Cushings (too many of all steroids), Conn's syndrome hyperald…
Addisons-losing Na/H2O and causing FVD
Meds that can cause FVE
Alka Seltzer, Fleet Enema, IVF wit Na (all contain Na)
Where is aldosterone found?
Adrenal glands (above kidney)
73 terms
NCLEX
Potassium
Sodium
Calcium
Magnesium
3.5-5.0... Intracellular ion... Cardiac rhythm, nerve transmission
135-145... Extracellular ion... Water balance, confusion
8.5-10.6... Blood clotting, skeletal muscle contraction... Regulate…
1.5-2.5... Depressant to smooth muscle; hyper=decreased respirat…
Potassium
3.5-5.0... Intracellular ion... Cardiac rhythm, nerve transmission
Sodium
135-145... Extracellular ion... Water balance, confusion
70 terms
NCLEX
Hypermagnesemia ... Causes
Hypermagnesemia ... S/S
Hypermagnesemia Tx
Hypercalcemia ... Causes
Renal failure... Antacids
Specific: ... Flushing, warmth, & Vasodilation... General:... Sedated…
Calcium gluconate (slow)... Dialysis... Ventilator ... Safety!
HyperPTH... Thiazides... Immobilization
Hypermagnesemia ... Causes
Renal failure... Antacids
Hypermagnesemia ... S/S
Specific: ... Flushing, warmth, & Vasodilation... General:... Sedated…
279 terms
Nclex
Chantix and Zyban
Nicotine gum
EMLA cream
Sub Q injections
S/E agitation, depression, or suicidal thoughts.... Teach: eat a…
NO: Prego, lactating, nonsmokers, heart problems, under 18.…
Use: decrease pain for venipuncture, dialysis, circumcisions.…
.5-.1 ml per injection... Needle size= 25-27 gauge with 5/8 inch…
Chantix and Zyban
S/E agitation, depression, or suicidal thoughts.... Teach: eat a…
Nicotine gum
NO: Prego, lactating, nonsmokers, heart problems, under 18.…
42 terms
Nclex
LDH
Bilirubin
PT Coumadin
PTT heparin
105 - 190
0.3 to 1.9 mg
10-12 sec ... Antidote Vit K
30-45 sec... Antidote protamine sulfate
LDH
105 - 190
Bilirubin
0.3 to 1.9 mg
327 terms
NCLEX
Normal body temp
1 cup = __ oz
Hgb: def
Hgb: range
36-38C... 96.8-100.4
80z = __ cups
The oxygen carrying capacity of the blood
12-16
Normal body temp
36-38C... 96.8-100.4
1 cup = __ oz
80z = __ cups
81 terms
NCLEX
Aldosterone
Addison's Disease
Hyper aldosteronism... (Conn's Syndrome)
Cushing's
Secreted by adrenal glands. Promotes retention of Na+ and wat…
Not enough steroids.
Too much aldosterone.
Too much steroid.
Aldosterone
Secreted by adrenal glands. Promotes retention of Na+ and wat…
Addison's Disease
Not enough steroids.
356 terms
NCLEX
What are signs and symptoms of hemorrh…
What are the side effects of external…
Where is the spleen palpated on the ab…
What is the highest priority care for…
Urinary output less than 30 cc/hr, dehydration, dizziness, fa…
Dysgeusia (salty, rancid taste in mouth), stomatitis, thrombo…
RUQ
Increase the patient's fluid intake to 3 liters daily.
What are signs and symptoms of hemorrh…
Urinary output less than 30 cc/hr, dehydration, dizziness, fa…
What are the side effects of external…
Dysgeusia (salty, rancid taste in mouth), stomatitis, thrombo…
490 terms
NCLEX
Rapid Acting - Onset, Peak, Duration
Regular/Short Acting - Onset, Peak, Du…
Intermediate Acting - Onset, Peak, Dur…
Long Acting - Onset, Peak, Duration
Aspart, Lispro, Glulisine... Onset - 5-15 mins... Peak - 1-3 hrs... D…
Humalin R, Novalin R... Onset - 30m-1h... Peak - 2-4h... Duration - 6…
Isophane, NPH, Humalin N, Novalin N... (cloudy)... Onset - 1-1.5h…
Glargine... Onset - 2-4 hrs... Peak - NONE... Duration - 24 hrs
Rapid Acting - Onset, Peak, Duration
Aspart, Lispro, Glulisine... Onset - 5-15 mins... Peak - 1-3 hrs... D…
Regular/Short Acting - Onset, Peak, Du…
Humalin R, Novalin R... Onset - 30m-1h... Peak - 2-4h... Duration - 6…
499 terms
NCLEX
Potassium (K)
Sodium (Na)
Calcium (ca)
Chloride (Cl)
3.5-5
135-145
8.5-10.5
95-105
Potassium (K)
3.5-5
Sodium (Na)
135-145
116 terms
NCLEX
Five Rights of Delegation
Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs
Five Rights of Medication Administration
Acetaminophen (Tylenol)
1. Right Person... 2. Right Task... 3. Right Circumstance... 4. Right…
1. Right Client... 2. Right Drug... 3. Right Dose... 4. Right Route... 5.…
Antidote/Reversal: acetylcysteine (Muscomyst) ... Toxic Level:…
Five Rights of Delegation
1. Right Person... 2. Right Task... 3. Right Circumstance... 4. Right…
Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs
109 terms
NCLEX
SBAR
I PASS THE BATON
CUS
Who can witness signing of advance dir…
Situation - statement of the problem... Background- pertinent an…
Introduce - yourself... Patient - name, identifiers, age, gender…
concern, uncomfortable, safety
Social Worker... Provide information/review client understanding…
SBAR
Situation - statement of the problem... Background- pertinent an…
I PASS THE BATON
Introduce - yourself... Patient - name, identifiers, age, gender…
34 terms
NCLEX
Antihypertensive meds should be taken…
Normal Infant head circumference is 32…
1st trimester weight gain is 3-5 lbs
Heart Rate = 1500 small boxes/min. So.…
Dorsalis pedis pulse is located on the top of the foot
During ovulation there is a slight drop in BBT and then a ris…
Labor (transition phase) 8-10cm dilated with full effacement…
Naegeles Rule: +7 days from the first day of LMS and -3 months
Antihypertensive meds should be taken…
Dorsalis pedis pulse is located on the top of the foot
Normal Infant head circumference is 32…
During ovulation there is a slight drop in BBT and then a ris…
481 terms
NCLEX
Mantoux test
Cutaneous anthrax precautions
Positioning after liver biopsy
Disseminated herpes zoster precautions
- screening tool for TB... - neg result doesn't rule out TB in i…
- standard... - spread to human thru infected animals
R side for several hours... - promotes hemostasis & dec bile lea…
requires airborne and contact precautions
Mantoux test
- screening tool for TB... - neg result doesn't rule out TB in i…
Cutaneous anthrax precautions
- standard... - spread to human thru infected animals
193 terms
NCLEX
Tonometry
Presbyopia
Detached Retina
Cataract
Intramuscular pressure for glaucoma
Visual changes with aging
bed-rest, do not encourage to cough, eye patch worn at nigh
Decrease ICP, check for sudden pain means hemorrhage, sleep o…
Tonometry
Intramuscular pressure for glaucoma
Presbyopia
Visual changes with aging
408 terms
Nclex
What are the manifestations of myxedem…
What are triggers for myxedema coma?
What are interventions for myxedema co…
What would a positive Chvostek's sign…
Signs of extreme hypothyroidism: hypoventilation, hypotension…
Illness, anesthesia, surgery, hypothermia, sedatives, opioids…
Patent airway! Aspiration precautions, IV fluids (NS or hyper…
Hypocalcemia
What are the manifestations of myxedem…
Signs of extreme hypothyroidism: hypoventilation, hypotension…
What are triggers for myxedema coma?
Illness, anesthesia, surgery, hypothermia, sedatives, opioids…
45 terms
Nclex
Potassium level
Closed chest drainage
Linear radiation therapy not hazardous…
Measles
Depressed st
Potassium level
Depressed st
Closed chest drainage
39 terms
Nclex
Na+
K+
Ca++
Cl-
135-145 mEq/L
3.5 - 5 mEq/L
: 8.5 - 10.6 (ionized Ca++: 4.5 - 5.2 mEq/L)
98 - 107 mEq/L
Na+
135-145 mEq/L
K+
3.5 - 5 mEq/L
128 terms
nclex
dipine
afil
caine
pril
calcium channel blocker; no grapefruit
erectile dysfunction
anesthetics
ACE inhibitor; angioedemia, cant breathe, dry cough
dipine
calcium channel blocker; no grapefruit
afil
erectile dysfunction
381 terms
NCLEX
no solid foods
arms above the head
no bp or injections on affected side
anemia, NV, anorexia, alopecia, avoid…
what type of diet may a patient with radium implants have
what position should a mastectomy pat. avoid with her arms
what nursing procedures are avoided to affected side of maste…
what four s/s of anticancer meds
no solid foods
what type of diet may a patient with radium implants have
arms above the head
what position should a mastectomy pat. avoid with her arms
167 terms
NCLEX
-zolam or -zepam
"aluminum" "magnesium" "calcium" in th…
-caine-
-mycin, -micin
benzodiazepines: diazepam (Valium), alprazolam (Xanax), clona…
antacids: Aluminum hydroxide gel, aluminum hydroxide, magnesi…
antidysrhythmics, Class IA, IB, IC... procainamide, lidocaine (X…
Aminoglycosides (abtx)... gentamicin (Garamycin), neomycin, stre…
-zolam or -zepam
benzodiazepines: diazepam (Valium), alprazolam (Xanax), clona…
"aluminum" "magnesium" "calcium" in th…
antacids: Aluminum hydroxide gel, aluminum hydroxide, magnesi…
253 terms
NCLEX
Alka seltzer, fleet enema, and IVF wit…
What does aldosterone do, and where is…
Diseases with too much aldosterone ?
Disease with not enough aldosterone
Fluid volume excess - all 3 have sodium (retains water in vas…
Retains water and sodium , adrenal gland ( right above kidneys)
Cushings (from too much steroids) conns syndrome
Addisons
Alka seltzer, fleet enema, and IVF wit…
Fluid volume excess - all 3 have sodium (retains water in vas…
What does aldosterone do, and where is…
Retains water and sodium , adrenal gland ( right above kidneys)
193 terms
NCLEX
Tonometry
Presbyopia
Detached Retina
Cataract
Intramuscular pressure for glaucoma
Visual changes with aging
bed-rest, do not encourage to cough, eye patch worn at nigh
Decrease ICP, check for sudden pain means hemorrhage, sleep o…
Tonometry
Intramuscular pressure for glaucoma
Presbyopia
Visual changes with aging
494 terms
nclex
Hypophosphatemia
Hyperphosphatemia
Foods high in Phosphorus
Hypomagnesemia
malaise/lethargy, bleeding, infection, confusion/memory loss,…
N/V, hyperreflexia, spasms, muscle cramps, parasthesias, incr…
eggs, nuts, milk, cheese, organ meats, fish, beans, dried peas
hallucinations, anorexia, confusion, tetany/hyperreflexia, le…
Hypophosphatemia
malaise/lethargy, bleeding, infection, confusion/memory loss,…
Hyperphosphatemia
N/V, hyperreflexia, spasms, muscle cramps, parasthesias, incr…
22 terms
NCLEX
Human immunodeficiancy Virus (HIV) 1
Multidrug-resisistant organisms (MDROs…
Candidiasis (Thrush) 3
Escherichia Coli Gastroenteritis (E co…
Standard 1
Standard /Contact
Standard 3
Standard-contact for diapereed incontinent persons 16
Human immunodeficiancy Virus (HIV) 1
Standard 1
Multidrug-resisistant organisms (MDROs…
Standard /Contact
707 terms
NCLEX
A 35 year old male was bit by a mosqui…
what are risk factors for osteoporosis?
Patient understands possible medicatio…
A patient has scheduled a doctor's apt…
nausea and vomiting... stiff neck... altered mental status... seizures
increased age... poor diet... lack of physical activity... female... Cauc…
"I will be taking Alendronate or Risedronate"... "I will eat sal…
Calcium channel blockers
A 35 year old male was bit by a mosqui…
nausea and vomiting... stiff neck... altered mental status... seizures
what are risk factors for osteoporosis?
increased age... poor diet... lack of physical activity... female... Cauc…
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