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NSG 131 Unit 2
What is schizophrenia?
What is the typical onset of schizophr…
What do we think schizophrenia is prob…
What problems could you expect to see…
A group of severe disabling psychiatric disorders whose cause…
- Late teens and early 20s ... - A diagnosis should NOT be made…
- Genetic predisposition... - Biochemical dysfunction... - Physiolo…
- 50% substance abusers... - This can lead to noncompliance w/ m…
What is schizophrenia?
A group of severe disabling psychiatric disorders whose cause…
What is the typical onset of schizophr…
- Late teens and early 20s ... - A diagnosis should NOT be made…
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NSG 131 Perioperative Nursing
Peri-operative nursing (def).
Classifications of Surgery (3)
Surgery based on urgency -
Elective surgery -
nursing care provided to the patient before, during, and afte…
Based on urgency; based on degree of risk; based on purpose.
Elective surgery; emergency surgery; urgent surgery; optional…
preplanned - based on patient's choice and availability of pa…
Peri-operative nursing (def).
nursing care provided to the patient before, during, and afte…
Classifications of Surgery (3)
Based on urgency; based on degree of risk; based on purpose.
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Oxygenation Quiz NSG 131
Functions of Respiratory system
Upper Respiratory Tract
Lower Respiratory Tract
ventilation
-transportation ... -gas exchange... -transport nutrients... -remove w…
nose... pharynx... larynx... epiglottis... -warm,filter,humidify inspired…
trachea... right and left mainstem bronchi... segmental bronchi... ter…
movement of air into and out of the lungs
Functions of Respiratory system
-transportation ... -gas exchange... -transport nutrients... -remove w…
Upper Respiratory Tract
nose... pharynx... larynx... epiglottis... -warm,filter,humidify inspired…
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EXAM 2 NSG 131
Chemical Name
Generic Name
Pharmacokinetics
Absorption
exact description of the drug's chemical composition and mole…
assigned by USAN Council. this is the nonproprietary name
refers to the way the drug or medication behaves once it ente…
dependent on; route of administration, drug form, solubility,…
Chemical Name
exact description of the drug's chemical composition and mole…
Generic Name
assigned by USAN Council. this is the nonproprietary name
NSG 131 Module 1
Discuss the Concepts and values define…
YC Mission Statement
YC Philosophy
Client
Mission Statement... Philosophy ... Concepts: Client, Environment,…
To provide quality education that will develop competent cari…
We believe that nursing is an art and science that sound nurs…
the individual, family, group, or community in need of nursin…
Discuss the Concepts and values define…
Mission Statement... Philosophy ... Concepts: Client, Environment,…
YC Mission Statement
To provide quality education that will develop competent cari…
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Test 4-NSG 131
Consequences for adolescent mothers:
Mature childbearing age
Increased risk for down syndrome
Spontaneous Abortion
1. shortened education... 2. decreased vocational opportunities…
35+
with mature childbearing age
loss before 20th week of pregnancy
Consequences for adolescent mothers:
1. shortened education... 2. decreased vocational opportunities…
Mature childbearing age
35+
NSG 131 Yavapai
PQRST
PERRLA
4 Sites of Heart Auscultation
5 Vital Signs
ASSESSING PAIN... Provocative or Palliative... Quality... Radiation... Se…
Pupils equal, round, reactive to light, and accomodation
Aortic... Pulmonic... Tricuspid (3 sites)... Mitral
Temperature... Pulse... Respirations... Blood Pressure... Pain
PQRST
ASSESSING PAIN... Provocative or Palliative... Quality... Radiation... Se…
PERRLA
Pupils equal, round, reactive to light, and accomodation
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Test #3-NSG 131
Episiotomy
The two types of episiotomies are
Midline episiotomy
Mediolateral episiotomy
An incision in the perineum that enlarges the vaginal opening.
Midline and Mediolateral
straight line between the vagina and rectum
off to side incision (this is very painful)
Episiotomy
An incision in the perineum that enlarges the vaginal opening.
The two types of episiotomies are
Midline and Mediolateral
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Module 1 NSG131
Mission of Yavapai
Concepts of nursing philosophy (CHLEN)
Organizing concepts of nursing philoso…
Florence Nightingale
Provide quality education, competent, caring, ethical, practi…
Client, health, learning, environment, nursing therapeutics.…
Caring,clinical competency,critical thinking, communication,m…
Philosophy based on health maintenance and restoration , Crim…
Mission of Yavapai
Provide quality education, competent, caring, ethical, practi…
Concepts of nursing philosophy (CHLEN)
Client, health, learning, environment, nursing therapeutics.…
NSG 131 Module 2 Key Terms
accrediditation
acuity records
case management
charting by exception
process whereby a professional association on nongovernmental…
for determining the hours of care and staff required for a gi…
model of delivering care incorporates an interdisciplinary ap…
focuses on documenting deviations from established norms
accrediditation
process whereby a professional association on nongovernmental…
acuity records
for determining the hours of care and staff required for a gi…
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Drug Cards Yavapai NSG 131
ACE
Anti adrenergic
Anticoagulant/antiplatelet
Anticonvulsant
lisinopril, ... Privinil, Zestril
tamsulosin... Flomax
clopidogrel (Plavix), enoxaparin (Lovenox), warfarin (Coumadin)
gabapentin (Neurodentin), phenytoin (Dilantin)
ACE
lisinopril, ... Privinil, Zestril
Anti adrenergic
tamsulosin... Flomax
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NSG131 Module 1 key terms
Acute care
Advanced practice registered nurse
Adult day care centers
Assisted Living
Pattern of health care in which a patient is treated for an a…
Generally the most independently functioning nurse. An APRN h…
Facility for the supervised care of older adults; provides ac…
Residential living facilities in which each resident has his…
Acute care
Pattern of health care in which a patient is treated for an a…
Advanced practice registered nurse
Generally the most independently functioning nurse. An APRN h…
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nsg 131 module 5 study set
Insomnia
What are the two definite phases of sl…
How long do both REM and NREM interval…
If sleep is interrupted where does the…
Inability to fall asleep.
Rapid eye movement (REM) sleep, and nonrapid eye movement (NR…
90 minutes.
Stage 1 of NREM sleep.
Insomnia
Inability to fall asleep.
What are the two definite phases of sl…
Rapid eye movement (REM) sleep, and nonrapid eye movement (NR…
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NSG131 - Assessment Respiratory (Lewis 26, incomplete)
Expected respiratory findings: Nose
Abnormal Respiratory Findings
Abnormal Respiratory Pathophysiology
Interventions and care: Oxygenation pr…
• Symmetric with no deformities... • Nasal mucosa pink, moist w…
...
...
...
Expected respiratory findings: Nose
• Symmetric with no deformities... • Nasal mucosa pink, moist w…
Abnormal Respiratory Findings
...
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NUR131: Elimination
You have delegated the task of emptyin…
Your patient has been taking iron supp…
In what sequence should you assess the…
Which characteristics of urine or fece…
Output less than 30 mL per hour.
Nursing diagnosis: Risk for constipation.... Nursing interventio…
History, Inspection, Auscultation, Palpation, Percussion - re…
Color, odor (only if unusually foul or sweet), amount, and co…
You have delegated the task of emptyin…
Output less than 30 mL per hour.
Your patient has been taking iron supp…
Nursing diagnosis: Risk for constipation.... Nursing interventio…
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NUR 131 Physiologic Needs: Nutrition
What is the function of Vitamin K in t…
Which type of amino acid is not made b…
What commonly causes iron-deficiency a…
Who is at risk for Vitamin D deficiency?
Essential for blood clotting
Essential - needs must be met through diet
Poor dietary intake... Blood loss
Patients with chronic kidney disease ... Obese patients ... Exclusi…
What is the function of Vitamin K in t…
Essential for blood clotting
Which type of amino acid is not made b…
Essential - needs must be met through diet
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NUR 131: Basic Human Needs - Mobility
A complication of immobility that affe…
How does prolonged bedrest affect the…
How does immobility cause abnormal clo…
How does immobility affect the heart?
Renal Calculi (kidney stones).
Decreased strength in the muscles that are involved in ventil…
Immobility promotes venous stasis and leads to injury of smal…
Increases the workload on the heart. Increases blood pressure…
A complication of immobility that affe…
Renal Calculi (kidney stones).
How does prolonged bedrest affect the…
Decreased strength in the muscles that are involved in ventil…
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131--unit 2
Substance abuse
Substance abuse characterized by
Substance abuse and genetics
Children of alcoholics are ___ more li…
complex, neurobehavioral disorder
1. impulse control ... 2. compulsive use... 3. dependency... 4. craving
50%; ALDH2 & ALDH3
4x
Substance abuse
complex, neurobehavioral disorder
Substance abuse characterized by
1. impulse control ... 2. compulsive use... 3. dependency... 4. craving
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Nursing 131 Unit 1 - Class 1
"General Adaptation Syndrome"
Symptoms of General Adaptation Syndrome
cognitive appraisal
Cognitive response
Alarm Reaction Stage: responses are initiated... Stage of Resist…
tachycardia, pupils dilate, tachypnea, increased BP, increase…
individual's evaluation of the personal significance of the e…
consists of a primary appraisal and a secondary appraisal
"General Adaptation Syndrome"
Alarm Reaction Stage: responses are initiated... Stage of Resist…
Symptoms of General Adaptation Syndrome
tachycardia, pupils dilate, tachypnea, increased BP, increase…
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Nursing Math Equivalencies
3 tsp
2 Tbsp
8oz
1 pint
1 Tbsp
1 oz
1 measuring cup
16 oz
3 tsp
1 Tbsp
2 Tbsp
1 oz
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Chapter 16 key terms
assessment
back channeling
close-ended questions
concomitant symptoms
first step of the nursing process. Activities required in the…
active listening technique that prompts a respondent to conti…
form of question that limits a respondent's answer to one or…
any symptom that accompanies a primary symptom IE nausea that…
assessment
first step of the nursing process. Activities required in the…
back channeling
active listening technique that prompts a respondent to conti…
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Gordon's Functional Health Patterns
Health perception-health management
Nutritional-metabolic
Elimination
Activity-exercise
The older person's perceived health and well-being along with…
Patterns of food and fluid consumption relative to metabolic…
Patterns of excretory function and elimination of waste.
Patterns of exercise and daily physical activity including le…
Health perception-health management
The older person's perceived health and well-being along with…
Nutritional-metabolic
Patterns of food and fluid consumption relative to metabolic…
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Basic Human Needs: Pain, Rest, and Sleep
This theory refers to the interruption…
What are the two types of receptors th…
A patient whose limb has been amputate…
When pain "travels" from its original…
Gate control theory.
Nociceptors and neuroceptors.
Phantom Pain.
Radiate.
This theory refers to the interruption…
Gate control theory.
What are the two types of receptors th…
Nociceptors and neuroceptors.
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NCLEX Prep Fluid and Electrolytes
What is the nurse's primary concern re…
The nurse is planning care for a pt wi…
A pt, experiencing multisystem fluid v…
A pregnant pt is admitted with excessi…
Answer: 1... Rationale 1: As an adult ages, the thirst mechanis…
Answer: 1... Rationale 1: Because this pt was severely burned,…
Answer: 1... Rationale 1: The internal vasoconstrictive compens…
Answer: 1... Rationale 1: The pt with excessive thirst, increas…
What is the nurse's primary concern re…
Answer: 1... Rationale 1: As an adult ages, the thirst mechanis…
The nurse is planning care for a pt wi…
Answer: 1... Rationale 1: Because this pt was severely burned,…
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Physiologic Needs: Oxygenation
A patient's pulse oximetry is reading…
What are the early signs of hypoxemia?
What are later signs of hypoxemia?
When titrating oxygen therapy as order…
Check your patient for signs of respiratory distress... Check pu…
Tachypnea, tachycardia, restlessness, anxiety, pale skin and…
Confusion/altered level of consciousness, cyanosis of skin an…
Titrate to the lowest flow to obtain the desired pulse oximet…
A patient's pulse oximetry is reading…
Check your patient for signs of respiratory distress... Check pu…
What are the early signs of hypoxemia?
Tachypnea, tachycardia, restlessness, anxiety, pale skin and…
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Defense Mechanisms Final
an attempt to make up for real or imag…
a refesual to acknowledge a real situa…
transferring the feelings associated f…
the emulation of admirable qualities i…
Compensation
Denial
Displacement
Identification
an attempt to make up for real or imag…
Compensation
a refesual to acknowledge a real situa…
Denial
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Nasogastric Intubation
abdominal distention
air vent
antireflux valve
aspiration
swelling in the area between the waist and the pelvis due to…
a device or aperture that allows the entry or exit of air; on…
a device that can also be inserted into a lumen of some types…
inadvertent inhalation of fluid or other substances into the…
abdominal distention
swelling in the area between the waist and the pelvis due to…
air vent
a device or aperture that allows the entry or exit of air; on…
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Chapter 15 key terms
clinical decision making
concept map
critical thinking
decision making
problem-solving approach that nurses use to define patient pr…
care-planning tool that assists in critical thinking and form…
active, purposeful, organized cognitive process used to caref…
process involving critical appraisal of information that resu…
clinical decision making
problem-solving approach that nurses use to define patient pr…
concept map
care-planning tool that assists in critical thinking and form…
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Acid, Base, Fluid and Electrolytes
Approximately what percentage of the b…
Intracellular fluid is located
Extracellular fluid is comprised of __…
Extracellular fluid is ____________ pe…
50-70%
within the cells.
Interstitial fluid and intravascular fluid.
15%
Approximately what percentage of the b…
50-70%
Intracellular fluid is located
within the cells.
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CP 44, Sensory, Perception and Cognition
Adaptation
Arousal
Auditory
Disturbed Sensory Perception
Adjustment of living with other living things and environment…
Condition in which the cortical area of the brain receives an…
Pertaining to hearing.
A state in which the individual or group experiences or is at…
Adaptation
Adjustment of living with other living things and environment…
Arousal
Condition in which the cortical area of the brain receives an…
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Fluids and Electrolyte Imbalances
Dehydration
S/S of Dehydration
TX for Dehydration includes
Overhydration also called Hypervolemia
caused by a decrease in the daily fluids d/t lack of fluid in…
increase in pulse rate, decreased BP, flat neck veins, edema,…
oral hydration, IV Fluids
caused by having too much fluid in the body
Dehydration
caused by a decrease in the daily fluids d/t lack of fluid in…
S/S of Dehydration
increase in pulse rate, decreased BP, flat neck veins, edema,…
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CP 1, Introduction to Nursing
Health
Licensure
Nurse Practice Act
Nursing
State of optimal functioning or well-being.
To be given a license to practice nursing in a state or provi…
Law established to regulate nursing practice.
Profession that focuses on the holistic person receiving heal…
Health
State of optimal functioning or well-being.
Licensure
To be given a license to practice nursing in a state or provi…
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Module 2
Fidelity
Beneficence
Non-Maleficence
Respect for autonomity
Refers to the agreement to keep promises. If you assess a pt.…
Taking positive actions to help others. The principle is fund…
The avoidance of harm or hurt. "To do no harm."
The commitment to include pt. in decisions about all aspects…
Fidelity
Refers to the agreement to keep promises. If you assess a pt.…
Beneficence
Taking positive actions to help others. The principle is fund…
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CP 38, Bowel Elimination
Anus
Bowel Incontinence
Bowel Training Program
Cathartic
Opening at the end of anal canal.
The inability of the anal sphincter to control the discharge…
Program that manipulates factors within a person's control (t…
Medications that strongly increase gastrointestinal motility…
Anus
Opening at the end of anal canal.
Bowel Incontinence
The inability of the anal sphincter to control the discharge…
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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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Nursing Lab Values
Na+
Na+
Sodium
K+
(Sodium)
135-145 mEq/L
135-145 mEq/L
Potassium
Na+
(Sodium)
Na+
135-145 mEq/L
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Personality Disorders
Personality
Personality Traits
Biologica/Psychological influences r/t…
Personality disorders occur when these…
develops as individuals adjust to their physical, emotional,…
enduring patters of perceiving, relating to, thinking about t…
1. Heredity... 2. Temperament... 3. Experiential learning ... 4. Socia…
inflexible or maladaptive &/or become the cause of functional…
Personality
develops as individuals adjust to their physical, emotional,…
Personality Traits
enduring patters of perceiving, relating to, thinking about t…
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Psych Ch. 24 Schizophrenia Positive and Negative Symptoms
delusion or persecution
delusion of grandeur
delusion of reference
delusion of control or influence
feels threatened and believes that others intend harm or pers…
exaggerated feeling of importance, power, knowledge, or ident…
all events within the environment are referred by the psychot…
believes certain objects or persons have control over their b…
delusion or persecution
feels threatened and believes that others intend harm or pers…
delusion of grandeur
exaggerated feeling of importance, power, knowledge, or ident…
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Schizophrenia
Schizophrenia affects
What are the possible factors leading…
What can Schizophrenia Cause?
What can Schizophrenia eventually lead…
behavior, emotions, & reality perception
Genetic predisposition, biochemical dysfxn, physiological fac…
1. Lengthy Hospitalizations... 2. Chaotic family life... 3. $$ to p…
1. Non-compliance to Rx meds... 2. illness relapses... 3. increased…
Schizophrenia affects
behavior, emotions, & reality perception
What are the possible factors leading…
Genetic predisposition, biochemical dysfxn, physiological fac…
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FLUID AND ACID BASED BALANCE
WHAT IS THE NORMAL RANGE FOR SODIUM (N…
WHAT IS THE NORMAL RANGE FOR POTASSIUM…
WHAT IS THE NORMAL RANGE FOR CALCIUM (…
WHAT IS THE NORMAL RANGE FOR MAGNESIUM…
NORMAL SERUM LEVELS ARE 135-145 mEq/L
NORMAL SERUM LEVELS ARE 3.5-5.0 mEq/L
NORMAL SERUM LEVELS ARE 8.5-10.5 mg/dL
NORMAL SERUM LEVELS ARE 1.6-2.6 mEq/L
WHAT IS THE NORMAL RANGE FOR SODIUM (N…
NORMAL SERUM LEVELS ARE 135-145 mEq/L
WHAT IS THE NORMAL RANGE FOR POTASSIUM…
NORMAL SERUM LEVELS ARE 3.5-5.0 mEq/L
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Fluid and electrolytes CH 42 Potter and Perry
normal ph of arterial blood gases
normal PaCo2
normal Pao2
Normal o2 sat
7.35-7.45
35-45 mm hg
80-100 mm hg
95%-100%
normal ph of arterial blood gases
7.35-7.45
normal PaCo2
35-45 mm hg
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CP 37, Urinary Elimination
Autonomic Bladder
Bacteriuria
Enuresis
External Condom Catheter
Bladder no longer controlled by the brain because of injury o…
Condition that occurs when bacteria enter the bladder during…
Involuntary urination; most often used to refer to a child wh…
Soft, pliable sheath made of silicone material applied extern…
Autonomic Bladder
Bladder no longer controlled by the brain because of injury o…
Bacteriuria
Condition that occurs when bacteria enter the bladder during…
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CP 20, The Aging Adult
Ageism
Alzheimer's Disease
Cascade Iatrogenesis
Delirium
Attitudes that stereotype the older adult on the basis of chr…
Type of dementia in which discrete patches of brain tissue de…
Downward spiral or sequence of adverse events often triggered…
A temporary state of confusion.
Ageism
Attitudes that stereotype the older adult on the basis of chr…
Alzheimer's Disease
Type of dementia in which discrete patches of brain tissue de…
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CP 13, Nursing Diagnosis
Nursing Diagnosis
Medical Diagnosis
What is an example of a medical diagno…
What is a example of a nursing diagnos…
Actual or potential health problem that an independent nursin…
Statement about a specific disease process using terminology…
Myocardial Infarction.
Fear, altered health maintenance, deficient knowledge, pain,…
Nursing Diagnosis
Actual or potential health problem that an independent nursin…
Medical Diagnosis
Statement about a specific disease process using terminology…
23 terms
Endocrine
endocrine system
anterior pituitary gland
posterior pituitary gland
thyroid gland
Negative feedback mechanism... Hormones:... Steroid: act inside th…
FSH, LH, prolactin, ACTH, TSH, GH ... Hyper: Cushing syndrome,…
ADH, vasopressin, Oxytocin... Hyper: SIADH ... Hypo: DI... Tumors:…
Thyroid hormones: T3, T4 also produces calcitonin... Iodine is…
endocrine system
Negative feedback mechanism... Hormones:... Steroid: act inside th…
anterior pituitary gland
FSH, LH, prolactin, ACTH, TSH, GH ... Hyper: Cushing syndrome,…
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Metric System Conversions
Gram
Liter
Meter
Kilo
The basic unit for weight (solid).
The basic unit for volume (liquid).
The basic unit for length.
1000 - One thousand times.
Gram
The basic unit for weight (solid).
Liter
The basic unit for volume (liquid).
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Lab Values- W/O Rationals Lewis Medical Surgical Nursing
N.a.+ Sodium
K.+ Potassium
C.a. Calcium (total)
Cl - C.l. Chloride
135-145 mEq/L
3.5-5.0 mEq/L
8.6-10.2 mg/dL
96-106 mEq/L
N.a.+ Sodium
135-145 mEq/L
K.+ Potassium
3.5-5.0 mEq/L
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FUND CHAPTER 45 URINARY
Urine is cloudy in cystitis because of…
A man voids more easily in the standin…
Any condition resulting in urinary ret…
Kegel exercises strengthen pelvic floo…
1. ... A female patient reports that she is experiencing burning…
2. ... A male patient returned from the operating room 6 hours a…
3. ... Elimination changes that result from inability of the bla…
4. ... An older male patient states that he is having problems s…
Urine is cloudy in cystitis because of…
1. ... A female patient reports that she is experiencing burning…
A man voids more easily in the standin…
2. ... A male patient returned from the operating room 6 hours a…
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CP 5, (78 - 81) Evidence Based Practice in Theory, Research and Evidence Based Practice
Evidence Based Practice
What does EBP Blend?
What happens to information collected…
What may EBP consist of?
EBP - A problem solving approach to making clinical decisions…
Both the science and the art of nursing so that the best pati…
Information is analyzed and used to answer questions (the sci…
Specific nursing interventions or may use guidelines establis…
Evidence Based Practice
EBP - A problem solving approach to making clinical decisions…
What does EBP Blend?
Both the science and the art of nursing so that the best pati…
11 terms
Aseptic technique
A nurse preparing a sterile field know…
When opening a sterile package, what w…
The goal of surgical asepsis is to
Prior to entering the surgical-scrub a…
A cotton ball dampened with sterile normal saline is placed o…
opening the package below your waist.
create and maintain a micro-organism-free environment.
Protective eyewear... Hair cover... mask... shoe cover
A nurse preparing a sterile field know…
A cotton ball dampened with sterile normal saline is placed o…
When opening a sterile package, what w…
opening the package below your waist.
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