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Unit 1 Nursing 165
Autonomy
Beneficence
Nonmaleficence
Fidelity
Self-determination
Promotes positive actions to help others, do good.
Preventing harm
The nurse will keep their promise to follow through with care
Autonomy
Self-determination
Beneficence
Promotes positive actions to help others, do good.
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PERI OP NURSING!! Test 1 (Reasons for surgery)
Diagnostic
diagnostic
diagnostic
diagnostic
breast biopsy
exploratory laparotomy
arthroscopy
to determine origin and cause of disorder or the ell type for…
Diagnostic
breast biopsy
diagnostic
exploratory laparotomy
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Nursing and Surgery - Lab 1 - Disinfectants
Antiseptic -
Disinfectant -
Sanitize -
Sterilize -
chemicals used to inhibit or prevent the growth of microbes o…
chemicals used to inhibit or prevent the growth of microbes o…
reduce the number of microbes to a safe level
eliminate all microbes (inactivates or kills)
Antiseptic -
chemicals used to inhibit or prevent the growth of microbes o…
Disinfectant -
chemicals used to inhibit or prevent the growth of microbes o…
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VTI Surgery Instruments Surg Nursing 1
Scalpel Handles... #3: Small Animal Surg…
A - Metzenbaum... B - Mayo
Lister Bandage Scissors
Wire Suture Cutting Scissor
A: - Used to cut delicate tissue (Ex: muscle and fat) never c…
Used for cutting off bandages these are angled with a blunt e…
Thicker than Lister to cut through wire suture material
Scalpel Handles... #3: Small Animal Surg…
A - Metzenbaum... B - Mayo
A: - Used to cut delicate tissue (Ex: muscle and fat) never c…
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VTI Surgery Instruments Surg Nursing 1
Scalpel Handles... #3: Small Animal Surg…
A - Metzenbaum... B - Mayo
Lister Bandage Scissors
Wire Suture Cutting Scissor
A: - Used to cut delicate tissue (Ex: muscle and fat) never c…
Used for cutting off bandages these are angled with a blunt e…
Thicker than Lister to cut through wire suture material
Scalpel Handles... #3: Small Animal Surg…
A - Metzenbaum... B - Mayo
A: - Used to cut delicate tissue (Ex: muscle and fat) never c…
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Nursing & Surgery Lab 1 + Lecture 1 - Anesthesia machine
Who's in charge to get the anesthetic…
What Volume is in a full O2 tank?
How do you open the O2 tank?
What color are the O2 tanks in Canada?
Us, Technicians
2200psi when full
right to close, left to open
white
Who's in charge to get the anesthetic…
Us, Technicians
What Volume is in a full O2 tank?
2200psi when full
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Exam 2 Nurs: 165 Nursing Process Review TYPE Pre,1,2
Type 1 DM: Pathology
DM 1: Risk factors
DM 1: Clinical Manifestations
DM 1: Nursing Diagnosis
Immune... Idiopathic ... Beta Cells... Body stops producing insulin... Bl…
Genetic ... Environmental
Polydipsia... Polyuria... Polyphagia... A1C higher than 6.5%... Ketones i…
1) Imbalance nutrition less than body requirements:... 2) Fluid…
Type 1 DM: Pathology
Immune... Idiopathic ... Beta Cells... Body stops producing insulin... Bl…
DM 1: Risk factors
Genetic ... Environmental
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Care of the Client Undergoing Surgery, NURS352 lecture 1: care of the client undergoing surgery, NU3112 Lower GI Disorders (IBD, Obstruction, Bowel Surgery, Diverticulitis), Care of Patients with Lower GI Disorders, NURS352 lecture 2: Nursing Care fo...
patients have _____ protective reflexes
patients have ____ self-care ability
patients have _____ risk due to proced…
-ectomy
decreased
decreased
increased
cutting out or removing
patients have _____ protective reflexes
decreased
patients have ____ self-care ability
decreased
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Med-Surg Nursing Test 1
Calcium Normal Value
What does calcium do in the body?
Hypocalcemia symptoms
How do you check Chvostek's sign, and…
10
Clotting, bones, muscle
Chvostek's sign, Trousseau's Sign
Tap the persons cheek. Positive sign = facial spasm
Calcium Normal Value
10
What does calcium do in the body?
Clotting, bones, muscle
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Med Surg Test 1
Scope of Med Surg Nursing
Primary Focus of Med Surg
Five Things a Med Surg Nurse Does
NPSG's
promote health... prevent illness... patients 18 yrs or older... ave.…
to meet biologic, psychosocial, spiritual, cultural needs of…
1. Promotes Heath... 2. Prevents Illness/Injury... 3. Has broad kno…
-National Patient Safety Goals:... -IOM report: to err is human…
Scope of Med Surg Nursing
promote health... prevent illness... patients 18 yrs or older... ave.…
Primary Focus of Med Surg
to meet biologic, psychosocial, spiritual, cultural needs of…
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165 Test 1
Elizabeth Tyler
Stillman House
1903
1923
Worked w/ African Americans at Henry Street Settlement... Establ…
Jessie Scales and Elizabeth Tyler Established... Branch of Henry…
NC, NJ, NY, Virginia created permissive licensure... "Title Prot…
All states required exams for "title protection" but not all…
Elizabeth Tyler
Worked w/ African Americans at Henry Street Settlement... Establ…
Stillman House
Jessie Scales and Elizabeth Tyler Established... Branch of Henry…
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NURS 4020 burns test 1
types of burns
thermal burns
chemical burns
inhalation burns
-thermal (most common)... -chemical... -inhalation... -electrical... -col…
-flame, flash, scald, contact with hot object... -most common ty…
-burns are caused by tissue contact with strong acids, alkali…
-inhalation of hot air or noxious chemicals... -above the glotti…
types of burns
-thermal (most common)... -chemical... -inhalation... -electrical... -col…
thermal burns
-flame, flash, scald, contact with hot object... -most common ty…
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Test 1 - Wk1 - Concepts 8 - Fluid & Electrolytes
The 3 processes that maintain the phys…
Body fluid's degree of concentration
Filtration (At the capillaries) distri…
Longterm corticosteroid therapy is ass…
1 - Intake & Absorption... 2 - Distribution... 3 - Output
Osmolality
Vascular & Interstitial
hypervolemia (isotonic overhydration) and hypernatremia -- a…
The 3 processes that maintain the phys…
1 - Intake & Absorption... 2 - Distribution... 3 - Output
Body fluid's degree of concentration
Osmolality
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NURS 301 test 1 - Med surg LU
What is stress?
What are stressors?
What are the 3 stages of the GAS theory?
What occurs as a result of increased s…
A nonspecific response of the body to any demand made on it
Any demand that induces stress
Alarm reaction... Stage of resistance... Stage of exhaustion
1. Rate and Stroke volume of heart contraction increase = inc…
What is stress?
A nonspecific response of the body to any demand made on it
What are stressors?
Any demand that induces stress
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Mother Baby test 1
fetal heart begins to beat
All body organs are formed
Fetal heart tones heard by Doppler
Baby's sex can be seen
4 weeks... (4 Chambers of heart)
8 weeks
8-12 weeks
16 weeks [You start thinking about sex at 16yrs]
fetal heart begins to beat
4 weeks... (4 Chambers of heart)
All body organs are formed
8 weeks
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Objective 4 Nursing Management of Central Line Care (Nursing 4 TEST 1)
Central venous catheters provide acces…
Why is proper care of central venous c…
A central venous catheter is inserted…
Is the triple lumen catheter (TLC) use…
infusing hypertonic fluids, such as parenteral nutrition, or…
To prevent complications such as sepsis and a potentially lif…
superior vena cava or the right atrium
short-term
Central venous catheters provide acces…
infusing hypertonic fluids, such as parenteral nutrition, or…
Why is proper care of central venous c…
To prevent complications such as sepsis and a potentially lif…
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Objective 5 Blood Draw (Nursing 3 TEST 1)
Can we perform a blood draw in an extr…
Which arm do we usually use for blood…
Which veins do we usually use for bloo…
How many times can we stick a patient…
no
nondominant
antecubital
2
Can we perform a blood draw in an extr…
no
Which arm do we usually use for blood…
nondominant
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Fluids (Nursing 4 TEST 1) This is from AH1. For Review.
I'm used to expand volume, dilute medi…
I'm commonly used for fluid resuscitat…
Which fluids are isotonic
I'm used for Na and volume replacement…
NS... 0.9% NaCl
Lactated Ringers
0.9% NaCl (NS)... Lactated Ringers
D5 1/2 normal saline... (D5NS)
I'm used to expand volume, dilute medi…
NS... 0.9% NaCl
I'm commonly used for fluid resuscitat…
Lactated Ringers
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Shock (Nursing 4 TEST 1)
Shock is a syndrome characterized by _…
Imbalance between supply / demand of o…
What are the four classifications of s…
Dysfunction of the pumping action of t…
decreased tissue perfusion and impaired cellular metabolism.
shock
cardiogenic... hypovolemic... obstructive ... distributive
cardiogenic shock
Shock is a syndrome characterized by _…
decreased tissue perfusion and impaired cellular metabolism.
Imbalance between supply / demand of o…
shock
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MED SURG II TEST 1 - CARDIAC RYTHMS
NORMAL SINUS RHYTHM
SINUS BRADYCARDIA
SINUS TACHYCARDIA
PREMATURE ATRIAL CONTRACTION
heart rate 60 - 100 BP
rate < 60 BPM
rate > 100 BP
Single beat (ectopic beat) that comes from a site other than…
NORMAL SINUS RHYTHM
heart rate 60 - 100 BP
SINUS BRADYCARDIA
rate < 60 BPM
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321 test 1
How do we adapt to stress
Techniques for reducing stress
SIADH (Syndrome of Inappropriate Antid…
SIADH nursing interventions and treatm…
3 phases of adaptation to biological stress: alarm (fight or…
teaching relaxation techniques such as progressive muscle rel…
thirst, anorexia, nausea/vomiting, cramps or tremors... signs of…
-monitor vital signs, cardiac, and neurological status... -provi…
How do we adapt to stress
3 phases of adaptation to biological stress: alarm (fight or…
Techniques for reducing stress
teaching relaxation techniques such as progressive muscle rel…
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NUR 326 Nursing Care of the Adult Test 1
Patient arrives to have MRI done in ou…
The patient has suffered a stroke and…
The patient is scheduled for an EEG in…
You are assisting with a lumbar punctu…
a. "I am trying to quit smoking and have a patch on."
d. Brain stem
c. coffee
c. Normal finding
Patient arrives to have MRI done in ou…
a. "I am trying to quit smoking and have a patch on."
The patient has suffered a stroke and…
d. Brain stem
NUR- 315 (Med Surg) Test 1
SCIP Measure Infection 1
SCIP Measure Infection 2
SCIP Measure Infection 3
SCIP Measure Infection 4
Prophylactic Antibiotic- Start within 1 hr of incision ... (Surg…
Prophylactic Antibiotic Selection for Surgical Patients (Surg…
Prophylactic Antibiotics End- Within 24 hrs (Taking prophylac…
Cardiac Surgery Patients with Controlled Postoperative Glucos…
SCIP Measure Infection 1
Prophylactic Antibiotic- Start within 1 hr of incision ... (Surg…
SCIP Measure Infection 2
Prophylactic Antibiotic Selection for Surgical Patients (Surg…
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Adult Health 2 Test 1 Terms
cardiomyopathy
Acute Coronary Syndrome
Angina
MicroVascular Disease
chronic disease of the heart muscle
any condition brought on by sudden, reduced blood flow to the…
a general terms:
affects the small branches of the distal coronary arteries
cardiomyopathy
chronic disease of the heart muscle
Acute Coronary Syndrome
any condition brought on by sudden, reduced blood flow to the…
36 terms
Intravenous Therapy-Test 1
how often do you check an IV site?
reasons why we use IV routes:
KVO
how many mL do you flush to KVO
QH or PRN
1. treat fluid and electrolyte imbalance... 2. administer medica…
keep vein open
10mL-30mL QH
how often do you check an IV site?
QH or PRN
reasons why we use IV routes:
1. treat fluid and electrolyte imbalance... 2. administer medica…
137 terms
Nurs 200 test 1
Plan before you intervene
establish priorities
Maslow
You are providing nursing care for a c…
Establish Priorities... Develop client outcomes... Establish nursin…
Rank... - First... - Second... - Third... Priority... - High... - Medium... - Low
Priorities must be met in order to provide accurate care for…
Provide a breathing treatment
Plan before you intervene
Establish Priorities... Develop client outcomes... Establish nursin…
establish priorities
Rank... - First... - Second... - Third... Priority... - High... - Medium... - Low
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Test 1 - Wk2 - Concept 9 - Acids, Bases
Table 9-1 Corrective and Compensatory…
What 3 processes maintain acid-base ba…
Our cells generate what 2 types of aci…
When cellular metabolism creates carbo…
Acid production & intake... Acid buffering... Acid excretion
Carbonic acid and metabolic acids
Water & carbon dioxide
Table 9-1 Corrective and Compensatory…
What 3 processes maintain acid-base ba…
Acid production & intake... Acid buffering... Acid excretion
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Wellness 2 Test 1
When communicating with clients, the n…
When assessing a client's nonverbal co…
What takes place during the working ph…
A nurse is attempting to improve her c…
medical terminology- another filter is the particular languag…
Facial expressions- the face is the most expressive part of t…
1. the client participates actively in the relationship and 2…
Control the tone of the voice to avoid hidden messages. - Con…
When communicating with clients, the n…
medical terminology- another filter is the particular languag…
When assessing a client's nonverbal co…
Facial expressions- the face is the most expressive part of t…
NUR Med Surg 305 Test 1
Normal Male RBCs cell/mm
Normal Female RBCs cell/mm
What would increase RBCs levels?
What would decrease RBCs levels?
4.7-6.1
4.2-5.4
Major burns, cardiovascular disease, chronic lung disease and…
Anemia, bone marrow suppression, chronic infection, renal dis…
Normal Male RBCs cell/mm
4.7-6.1
Normal Female RBCs cell/mm
4.2-5.4
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Test 1 - Names of People
The Father of Medicine is ____.
Bifocals for glasses were invented by…
A vaccination for smallpox was develop…
Disinfectants and antiseptics were fir…
Hippocrates
Benjamin Franklin
Edward Jenner
Joseph Lister
The Father of Medicine is ____.
Hippocrates
Bifocals for glasses were invented by…
Benjamin Franklin
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Nursing 2- Test 1-
hypertension - CAM
chronic back pain - CAM
smoking addiction- CAM
GI conditions - CAM
yoga, meditation/prayer... diet-garlic
exercises, yoga, chiropractic care, acupuncture, massage ther…
acupuncture, hypnosis ... diet- st. johns wort, valerian root fo…
diet changes, probiotics, ... diet- aloe, chamomile, licorice
hypertension - CAM
yoga, meditation/prayer... diet-garlic
chronic back pain - CAM
exercises, yoga, chiropractic care, acupuncture, massage ther…
28 terms
Med Surg test 1
Nursing Process
assessment, analysis, plan, implement,…
anaylsis
medical diagnosis
the main focus of the _________________________ is problem so…
what are the five steps of the nursing process?
what step is the nursing diagnosis used in?
the _______ looks at the disease process.
Nursing Process
the main focus of the _________________________ is problem so…
assessment, analysis, plan, implement,…
what are the five steps of the nursing process?
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Nursing block 1, test 1 (theory)
if pt is not able to consent with no o…
what is the definition of neglect?
what do the following terms mean?... fide…
what all is entailed in primary care?…
next of kin
failure to uphold standard nursing practice
fidelity: keeping promises... veracity: honest, truthful
health promotion, disease prevention and pt education. exampl…
if pt is not able to consent with no o…
next of kin
what is the definition of neglect?
failure to uphold standard nursing practice
26 terms
Med Surg test 1 Cancer
Neoplasm
Cancer
Carcinogenic
-oma
Abnormal growth of tissue that is not beneficial.
a malignant neoplasm.
a _______ produces or increases chances of developing cancer
the term _____ means tumor
Neoplasm
Abnormal growth of tissue that is not beneficial.
Cancer
a malignant neoplasm.
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Pediatrics Test#1 Review - G&D, Assess, Hosp, Pain, Resp, Cardio, Blood Disorders
Sodium Lab Value
Potassium
Calcium Lab Values
Magnesium Lab Value
136-145 mEq/L
Newborns: 4.5-7.2 mEq/L... 2 d to 3 mo: 4.0-6.2 mEq/L... 3 mo to 1…
Newborns: 7.0-12.0 mg/dL... 0-2 y/o: 8.8-11.2 mg/dL... 2 y/o-Adult:…
1.5-2.5 mEq/L
Sodium Lab Value
136-145 mEq/L
Potassium
Newborns: 4.5-7.2 mEq/L... 2 d to 3 mo: 4.0-6.2 mEq/L... 3 mo to 1…
26 terms
FON test 1 dr uy review
Scientific problem solving
Nursing process; accountable. What is…
The steps in nursing process. Which de…
Assessing dementia pt. Which steps in…
Allows researchers to discover the best possible safe and eff…
Collecting data; systematic and continuous collection of data
The nurse follows specific orderly and logical steps based on…
Nursing diagnosis
Scientific problem solving
Allows researchers to discover the best possible safe and eff…
Nursing process; accountable. What is…
Collecting data; systematic and continuous collection of data
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TEST 1 - M-S LEC - Gallbladder & Pancreatic Disorders
Gallblader Function:
Pancreas:... - Exocrine function:... - Endoc…
Gallbladder and Pancreas (image):
Name 3 types of jaundice:
concentrate and store bile
make digestion enzymes... make insulin, glucagon
Hemolytic... Hepatocellular... Obstructive
Gallblader Function:
concentrate and store bile
Pancreas:... - Exocrine function:... - Endoc…
make digestion enzymes... make insulin, glucagon
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TEST 1 - M-S LEC - Urinary Retention & Catheterization
The functional unit of kidney responsi…
Brain (cortex, thalamus, hypothalamus,…
Conscious control of bladder includes:
2 Main renal hormones:
Nephron
detrusor
Stretching of bladder wall → Signals sent to brain... Ignoring t…
Erythropoietin... Renin
The functional unit of kidney responsi…
Nephron
Brain (cortex, thalamus, hypothalamus,…
detrusor
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VTI Surgical Nursing I Test 1
The primary goal of the surgeon is
The primary goal of the technician is
True or false: microbes are not a majo…
True or false: microbes are a post sur…
The correction of dz
The patient's life
True
True
The primary goal of the surgeon is
The correction of dz
The primary goal of the technician is
The patient's life
91 terms
Peds Test 1
First thing the peds nurse does during…
Appropriate safety for pediatric patient
Erikson's stages
Trust vs. mistrust
TURN ON THE LIGHTS... even in the middle of the night... necessary…
side rails up... tubing taped in place... ID band
1.) Trust vs. mistrust (birth - 1)... 2.) autonomy vs. shame (1-…
Birth - 1 year... -Getting and taking in through senses... -learns…
First thing the peds nurse does during…
TURN ON THE LIGHTS... even in the middle of the night... necessary…
Appropriate safety for pediatric patient
side rails up... tubing taped in place... ID band
NURSING 310 TEST 1
Diarrhea - etiology and pathophysiolog…
types of ostomy surgery (differences b…
Characteristics of stoma (Lewis, page…
Review table 43-26 Comparison of an il…
Passage of three loose or liquid stools per day... ETIOLOGY- Foo…
END STOMA- bowel is divided and proximal end is brought out t…
COLOR- rose to brick red= viable stoma mucosa, Pale-=may indi…
ILLEOSTOMY: liquid to semi-liquid stools, INCREASED FLUID REQ…
Diarrhea - etiology and pathophysiolog…
Passage of three loose or liquid stools per day... ETIOLOGY- Foo…
types of ostomy surgery (differences b…
END STOMA- bowel is divided and proximal end is brought out t…
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MC2010 Test 1 review
What is the purpose of the United Stat…
What is the Controlled Substance Act i…
How long are Controlled Substances inv…
What time frame does the Controlled Su…
A 1912 amendment to this act require that accurate labeling o…
Established the Drug Enforcement Administration in 1973 to re…
Two years
Six months
What is the purpose of the United Stat…
A 1912 amendment to this act require that accurate labeling o…
What is the Controlled Substance Act i…
Established the Drug Enforcement Administration in 1973 to re…
84 terms
Med Surg Test 1 Stress and Hematology
1/3
Eustress
distress
Hans Selye
This fraction of Americans are living with chronic stress
good stress (ex. new job, wedding)
bad stress (ex. terminal diagnosis, car wreck)
Stress theorist that formulated "stress as a response theory"…
1/3
This fraction of Americans are living with chronic stress
Eustress
good stress (ex. new job, wedding)
128 terms
332 Test 1 (2/2/16)
Hyponatremia (Na) S&S
Hyponatremia Causes
Hypernatremia (Na) S&S
Hypernatremia (Na) Causes
Apprehension, anxiety, muscular twitching, muscular weakness,…
Vomiting, diarrhea, gastric suction, excessive perspiration,…
Restlessness, thirst, flushed skin; dry, sticky mucous membra…
Dehydration, severe vomiting and diarrhea (water loss is grea…
Hyponatremia (Na) S&S
Apprehension, anxiety, muscular twitching, muscular weakness,…
Hyponatremia Causes
Vomiting, diarrhea, gastric suction, excessive perspiration,…
44 terms
Med Surg test 1 Cancer
Neoplasm
Cancer
Carcinogenic
-oma
Abnormal growth of tissue that is not beneficial.
a malignant neoplasm.
a _______ produces or increases chances of developing cancer
the term _____ means tumor
Neoplasm
Abnormal growth of tissue that is not beneficial.
Cancer
a malignant neoplasm.
84 terms
NURS 405A Test 1 Study cards
Systole
Diastole
Impact of Valvular Disease
Mitral Valve Prolapse
-Blood leaves ventricles and travels through the pulmonary ar…
-Blood fills in the ventricles from the atriums... -Mitral Valve…
-Impaired cardiac outflow and perfusion... -Back flow occurs and…
-Most common valve abnormality... -Excess valve tissue is pushed…
Systole
-Blood leaves ventricles and travels through the pulmonary ar…
Diastole
-Blood fills in the ventricles from the atriums... -Mitral Valve…
111 terms
Anes Pharm Test 1
What is anesthesia?
What is MAC (minimum alveolar concentr…
What did Oliver Wendell Holmes say abo…
Valerius Cordus
Loss of ability to feel pain caused by some form of medical i…
Inhalation agents. Means 50% don't move during incision.
induces sleep-like state that makes surgery possible.
produced diethyl ether in 1540 (ethyl alcohol and sulfuric ac…
What is anesthesia?
Loss of ability to feel pain caused by some form of medical i…
What is MAC (minimum alveolar concentr…
Inhalation agents. Means 50% don't move during incision.
97 terms
NURS 3210 test 1
preoperative
intraoperative
postoperative
perioperative nursing
before the surgical procedure, begins at deciding to have the…
during the operative procedure, very specialized (1 yr of ori…
after the operative procedure (leaving OR to going home)
nurse plays an integral role using the nursing process to ind…
preoperative
before the surgical procedure, begins at deciding to have the…
intraoperative
during the operative procedure, very specialized (1 yr of ori…
50 terms
Test 1- Anesthesia
Anesthesia
Analgesia
Local Anesthetics MOA
Local Anesthetics Indications
complete or partial loss of sensation
lack of pain
Action: temporary interruption in the production and conducti…
Indication: When do you give them? For the infiltration anest…
Anesthesia
complete or partial loss of sensation
Analgesia
lack of pain
69 terms
adult health I..test 1
nursing activities included in preadmi…
nursing activities included in preadmi…
nursing activities included in preadmi…
nursing activities included in preadmi…
-initiates initial preoperative assessment
-initiates teaching appropriate to patient's needs
-involves family in interviews
-verifies completion of preoperative diagnostic testing
nursing activities included in preadmi…
-initiates initial preoperative assessment
nursing activities included in preadmi…
-initiates teaching appropriate to patient's needs
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