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Nursing 215 - Exam 2
what are the ways in which contraction…
what are normal frequency, duration, a…
what is the range/baseline fetal HR?
what are accelerations?
- Palpation (Hands On): mild, moderate, firm, intense, most r…
- Frequency: 2-3 minutes during labor... - Duration: 50-70 secon…
- calculated in 5 beat increments ... - one number ... - the straig…
- heart rates goes up 15 beats from the baseline and has to l…
what are the ways in which contraction…
- Palpation (Hands On): mild, moderate, firm, intense, most r…
what are normal frequency, duration, a…
- Frequency: 2-3 minutes during labor... - Duration: 50-70 secon…
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Nursing 215: Exam 1
what are hormones in women?
what are the demographics of menopausa…
how do you diagnose menopause?
what is the physiology of menopause?
-Estrogen is main hormone - helps with secondary sex characte…
-By the year 2020 there will be 60 million women who will be…
-menopause: the cessation of menses... -Perimenopause: transitio…
-Atresia of ovarian follicles ... -FSH increases: 30 mIU/mL is d…
what are hormones in women?
-Estrogen is main hormone - helps with secondary sex characte…
what are the demographics of menopausa…
-By the year 2020 there will be 60 million women who will be…
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Nursing Fundamentals 215
Risk Factors for Poor Nutritional Status
Nutritional Assessment
Environmental Factors
Barriers to Adequate Nutrition
-Presence of chronic illnesses... -Age-related gastrointestinal…
-Assess factors that influence patients' nutrition by obtaini…
-Obesity is an epidemic in the U.S.... *33% adults overweight... *3…
Swallowing: The epiglottis normally covers and protects the t…
Risk Factors for Poor Nutritional Status
-Presence of chronic illnesses... -Age-related gastrointestinal…
Nutritional Assessment
-Assess factors that influence patients' nutrition by obtaini…
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Nursing Fundamentals 215 : Documentation
Nurse Practice Act
Credentialing: Accreditation... * Legal/…
Credentialing: Licensure:... (NCLEX-RN e…
Credentialing: Certifications
*Most important law affecting nursing practice... *May differ by…
*The process by which an educational program is evaluated & r…
*Legal document which permits a person to practice nursing (N…
Validates specialty knowledge, experience and clinical judgme…
Nurse Practice Act
*Most important law affecting nursing practice... *May differ by…
Credentialing: Accreditation... * Legal/…
*The process by which an educational program is evaluated & r…
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Nursing 215: Pain
Pain is a?
The joint commission supports?
Analgesic
5th vital sign
-Defense mechanism... -Indicates a problem... -Can be an all-consum…
Patients right to pain management
Pain reducing
Pain
Pain is a?
-Defense mechanism... -Indicates a problem... -Can be an all-consum…
The joint commission supports?
Patients right to pain management
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Nursing 215 Final
What is the best place to find the bab…
What is a tocodynamometer ?
What is the downfall of the tocodynamo…
Describe the body parts that correspon…
find its back
An external heart monitor
Can not monitor the force or intensity of the contraction, so…
Nose- mild... Chin- Moderate (3-5 min)... Forehead- Firm ( 6- 10 cm)
What is the best place to find the bab…
find its back
What is a tocodynamometer ?
An external heart monitor
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Nursing 215, Pharmacology I: Ch 1-9
What are the Greek root words in pharm…
How many drugs are currently available?
What are some factors that would cause…
What are the categories of individuali…
pharmakon- medicine... logos- study... "the study of medicine"
more than 10,000
-age... -sex... -body mass... -health status... -genetics
-THERAPEUTIC APPLICATIONS: What do you need the drug to do? T…
What are the Greek root words in pharm…
pharmakon- medicine... logos- study... "the study of medicine"
How many drugs are currently available?
more than 10,000
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RTT 215 Nursing & Patient Care- Truthfulness & Confidentiality
______________ is the obligation to te…
What are some exceptions to confidenti…
What does HIPAA stand for?
Who can you talk to about a patients t…
Veracity
Wounds... Abuse... Communicable Diseases... Accidents... Birth Defects... Ad…
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act
Anyone directly involved in their care
______________ is the obligation to te…
Veracity
What are some exceptions to confidenti…
Wounds... Abuse... Communicable Diseases... Accidents... Birth Defects... Ad…
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RTT 215 Nursing & Patient Care- Ethical Issues
____________ are broad policies to dis…
_______________ are decisions such as…
What are examples of Meso-allocation?
____________ means "choice" or "select…
Macro allocation
Micro-allocation
how will the budget be divided?... what needs will be addressed?…
Triage
____________ are broad policies to dis…
Macro allocation
_______________ are decisions such as…
Micro-allocation
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Nursing 215 - Pharmacoloy - Chapter 12 - Substances of Addiction
What are "Designer Drugs"
What are the two most common substance…
List which illicit substances are most…
What does LSD stand for?
Drugs that are synthetic, created in illicit labs for the exp…
Nicotine and Alcohol
Marijuana, volatile inhalants (paint thinners and aresols), c…
lysergic acid diethylamide
What are "Designer Drugs"
Drugs that are synthetic, created in illicit labs for the exp…
What are the two most common substance…
Nicotine and Alcohol
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N215 Medical-Surgical Nursing II, Exam 2
ECG interpretation
ECG - rate calculation
P waves
QRS interval
(understand/know)
(understand/know)
represents time for atrial depolarization (contraction); shou…
measured from beginning to end of QRS complex; represents tim…
ECG interpretation
(understand/know)
ECG - rate calculation
(understand/know)
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N215 Medical-Surgical Nursing II, Exam 4
Cancer - health history
Cancer - family history
Cancer - assessment
Cancer - prevention
age, gender, genetics, ethnicity; occurrence of cancer in pat…
occurrence of cancer in one or more family members, occurrenc…
change in bowel/bladder habits, a sore that does not heal, un…
limit alcohol use, get regular physical activity, maintain no…
Cancer - health history
age, gender, genetics, ethnicity; occurrence of cancer in pat…
Cancer - family history
occurrence of cancer in one or more family members, occurrenc…
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N215 Medical-Surgical Nursing II, Exam 3
Diabetes insipidus
Diabetes insipidus - causes
Diabetes insipidus - S/S
Diabetes insipidus - assessment
underproduction or undersecretion of ADH
central/neurogenic (interference w/ ADH synthesis, transport…
dehydration despite increased intake; primarily polyuria (exc…
monitor BP, HR, UOP and specific gravity, LOC, response to st…
Diabetes insipidus
underproduction or undersecretion of ADH
Diabetes insipidus - causes
central/neurogenic (interference w/ ADH synthesis, transport…
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Pharm Chapter 1-9 Terms and Vocab Nursing 215
Absorption
bioavailability
efficacy
formulary
The process of moving a drug across body membranes
the ability of a drug to reach the bloodstream and its target…
the ability of a drug to produce a desired response
list of drugs and drug recipes commonly used by a pharmacist
Absorption
The process of moving a drug across body membranes
bioavailability
the ability of a drug to reach the bloodstream and its target…
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N215 Medical-Surgical Nursing II, Exam 1
Critical care nursing - prioritization
Emergency nursing - prioritization
Chest trauma - nursing implications
Nurse/family interactions
(understand/know)
(understand/know)
(understand/know)
(understand/know)
Critical care nursing - prioritization
(understand/know)
Emergency nursing - prioritization
(understand/know)
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N215: Maternity Nursing Overview: Ch. 1&2
fertility rate
birthrate
very premature births
moderately premature births
total number of live births, regardless of age of mother, per…
number of live births per 1,000 people.
neonates born at less than 32 weeks of gestations
neonates born btwn 32 and 34 weeks of gestation
fertility rate
total number of live births, regardless of age of mother, per…
birthrate
number of live births per 1,000 people.
90 terms
Pharm Chapter 1-9 Terms and Vocab Nursing 215
Absorption
bioavailability
efficacy
formulary
The process of moving a drug across body membranes
the ability of a drug to reach the bloodstream and its target…
the ability of a drug to produce a desired response
list of drugs and drug recipes commonly used by a pharmacist
Absorption
The process of moving a drug across body membranes
bioavailability
the ability of a drug to reach the bloodstream and its target…
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RTT 215 Nursing & Patient Care- Ethics & Legal Issues
What are the two major functions that…
What are the 7 Principles of Biomedica…
Which principle of biomedical ethics d…
Which principle of biomedical ethics d…
Education and Regulation
1.) Autonomy... 2.) Beneficence... 3.) Confidentiality... 4.) Justice:…
Autonomy
Nonmaleficence
What are the two major functions that…
Education and Regulation
What are the 7 Principles of Biomedica…
1.) Autonomy... 2.) Beneficence... 3.) Confidentiality... 4.) Justice:…
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RTT 215 Nursing & Patient Care- Patient Autonomy & Informed Consent
What is considered Informed Consent?
What is Competence?
What are competency requirements?
What are some obstacles of informed co…
Written consent of a patient to receive a proposed treatment…
The ability to make choices
Is the patient mentally and legally competent?... Does the patie…
Physicians/healthcare providers... Family... Time constraints... Attit…
What is considered Informed Consent?
Written consent of a patient to receive a proposed treatment…
What is Competence?
The ability to make choices
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N215 Medical-Surgical Nursing II, Exam 2
ECG interpretation
ECG - rate calculation
P waves
QRS interval
(understand/know)
(understand/know)
represents time for atrial depolarization (contraction); shou…
measured from beginning to end of QRS complex; represents tim…
ECG interpretation
(understand/know)
ECG - rate calculation
(understand/know)
128 terms
NR 215 midterm 1
nursing as an art
nursing as a science
nursing images
Florence Nightingale ("lady with the l…
compassion, care, respect for a patient's dignity and personh…
body of knowledge continually changing
1. angel of mercy... 2. handmaiden... 3. battle-ax... 4. naughty nurse…
- first nursing theorist... - first practicing nurse epidemiolog…
nursing as an art
compassion, care, respect for a patient's dignity and personh…
nursing as a science
body of knowledge continually changing
40 terms
NUR 215 Delegation, Communication, Conflict
accountability
responsible
assignment
delegation
being responsible and answerable for actions or inactions of…
reliability, dependability, and the obligation to accomplish…
the distribution of work that each staff member is responsibl…
transferring to a competent individual the authority to perfo…
accountability
being responsible and answerable for actions or inactions of…
responsible
reliability, dependability, and the obligation to accomplish…
NURS 215 Exam 1
ANS: eyes
ANS: salivary gland
ANS: heart
ANS: lungs
sympathetic: dilate puil... parasympathetic: constrict pupil
sympathetic: inhibit salivation... para: stimulate
sympathetic: accelerate heartbeat ... para: slow
sympathetic: dilate bronchi... para: constricts
ANS: eyes
sympathetic: dilate puil... parasympathetic: constrict pupil
ANS: salivary gland
sympathetic: inhibit salivation... para: stimulate
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Nur 215 endocrine 2
S/S of Thyroid storm
tx for thyroid storm
S/S of hyperthyroidism
Medical management of hyperthyroidism
hyperthermia, tachycardia, dysrhythmias, delirium, n/v/d, hea…
Propylthiouracil (PTU), beta blockers, and iodine preparations
exophthalmos... eyelid retraction... eyeball lag... size and symmetry…
Thionamides (PTU, methimazole) block the production of TH... Bet…
S/S of Thyroid storm
hyperthermia, tachycardia, dysrhythmias, delirium, n/v/d, hea…
tx for thyroid storm
Propylthiouracil (PTU), beta blockers, and iodine preparations
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NURS 215 Respiratory Medications
3 short-acting beta-2 agonist bronchod…
Short-acting anti-cholinergic bronchod…
2 short-acting combination bronchodila…
5 long-acting beta-2 agonist bronchodi…
Albuterol, pirbuterol, levalbuterol HCl
Ipratropium/oxitropium bromide
Fenoterol/ipratropium, salbutamol/ipratropium
Salmeterol xinafoate, formoterol, arformoterol, indacaterol m…
3 short-acting beta-2 agonist bronchod…
Albuterol, pirbuterol, levalbuterol HCl
Short-acting anti-cholinergic bronchod…
Ipratropium/oxitropium bromide
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NUR215 Exam 3
drug monitoring
ABGs
blood chemistry
point of care testing
determines the blood serum levels
evaluates acid/base balance and oxygenation
tests performed on blood serum to detect enzymes, glucose, ho…
routine pt tests conducted by the nurse of UAP
drug monitoring
determines the blood serum levels
ABGs
evaluates acid/base balance and oxygenation
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NUR 215 Biliary
pre-icteric (prodromal) phase
icteric phase
post icteric phase
hepatitis dx tests
before jaundice, enlarged liver and lymph nodes, RUQ pain, no…
begins with jaundice... dark amber urine, clay colored stools
begins when jaundice starts to DISAPPEAR
acute elevations in liver enzymes and bilirubin (A and B)... per…
pre-icteric (prodromal) phase
before jaundice, enlarged liver and lymph nodes, RUQ pain, no…
icteric phase
begins with jaundice... dark amber urine, clay colored stools
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NURS 215 Pharmacokinetics
Pharmacokinetics
Pharmako
Kinetics
Membranes
How the body handles medications
Gree for Medicines
Greek for Movements
The most difficult obstacle for drugs
Pharmacokinetics
How the body handles medications
Pharmako
Gree for Medicines
40 terms
NUR215 Exam 4
Cumulative effect
idiosyncratic effect
potentiating effect
synergistic effect
inc effect resulting from rate of dosage being higher than ra…
unexpected and individual effect such as an under response or…
increased effect of one drug on another
2 different drugs increase the action of each other
Cumulative effect
inc effect resulting from rate of dosage being higher than ra…
idiosyncratic effect
unexpected and individual effect such as an under response or…
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NUR215 Exam 5
stretch receptors
250-450ml
2nd-4th sacral vertebrae
internal sphincter
pressure stimulates ____ in the bladder wall to transmit impu…
urination occurs wen bladder contains...
voiding reflex center
stimulates urge to void
stretch receptors
pressure stimulates ____ in the bladder wall to transmit impu…
250-450ml
urination occurs wen bladder contains...
37 terms
NURS 215 Pharmacodynamics
Saturable, Reversable, Specific
Ligand
Antidotes and Antagonists
Agonist
Characteristics of receptor binding
The part of a molecule that fits into the receptor
These do not exactly fit into the receptor but wedge itself i…
Fit perfectly into the receptor in order to create a change i…
Saturable, Reversable, Specific
Characteristics of receptor binding
Ligand
The part of a molecule that fits into the receptor
18 terms
NUR 215 Legal
malpractice
duty
breach of duty
omission
occurs when there is a breach of duty by a licensed health ca…
an established relationship between the defendant and plainti…
departure from recognized standards must occur
didn't do what you're supposed to do, can be unintentional
malpractice
occurs when there is a breach of duty by a licensed health ca…
duty
an established relationship between the defendant and plainti…
39 terms
NUR 215 Skin
herpes zoster (shingles)
herpes zoster (shingles) s/s
herpes zoster (shingles) complications
herpes zoster (shingles) tx
acute inflammation/infection... PAINFUL VESICULAR ERUPTIONS ON B…
vesicles... plaques... itching/fever... pain, malaise, GI causes erupt…
full thickness necrosis... Bell's palsy... eye infeciton
calamine, Benadryl, cool compress... less severe acyclovir (Zovi…
herpes zoster (shingles)
acute inflammation/infection... PAINFUL VESICULAR ERUPTIONS ON B…
herpes zoster (shingles) s/s
vesicles... plaques... itching/fever... pain, malaise, GI causes erupt…
46 terms
NUR215 Management
managers
leaders
autocratic leadership
democratic leadership
-have assigned position... -have legitimate power... -carry out spe…
-NO delegated authority, motivate and influence... -wider variet…
centralized decision making, leader uses power to command and…
participatory with authority delegated to others... -less contro…
managers
-have assigned position... -have legitimate power... -carry out spe…
leaders
-NO delegated authority, motivate and influence... -wider variet…
75 terms
SP215: Cap. 1-3
el asociado médico
la asociada médica
La cirujana
El farmacéutico
Male Physician's Assistant (also "asistente médico")
Female Physician's Assistant (also "asistente médico")
Female surgeon
Male pharmacist
el asociado médico
Male Physician's Assistant (also "asistente médico")
la asociada médica
Female Physician's Assistant (also "asistente médico")
18 terms
NURS 215 - Hypoglycemia etc
Early signs <3.8 of hypoglycemia
Late signs <2.8 of hypoglycemia
If glucose level is less than 4.0
Glucose 2.0 - 4.0
Trembling, palpations, sweating, anxiety, hunger, nausea, tin…
D/c concentration, confusion, weakness, drowsiness, vision ch…
TREAT
15g fast acting carbs... -180mL juice... -15mL honey... -3 glucose tab…
Early signs <3.8 of hypoglycemia
Trembling, palpations, sweating, anxiety, hunger, nausea, tin…
Late signs <2.8 of hypoglycemia
D/c concentration, confusion, weakness, drowsiness, vision ch…
37 terms
NUR 215 Skin
polymyostitis
polymyostitis s/s
polymyostitis dx
polymyositis tx
inflammation of skeletal muscle, leading to weakness... RASH... sho…
muscle weakness, legs and arms... loss of fine motor of the fing…
increased muscle enzymes/ESR... muscle biopsy... electro myogram
corticosteroids... Imuran... hydrochloroquine (Plaquinel)... plasmaphe…
polymyostitis
inflammation of skeletal muscle, leading to weakness... RASH... sho…
polymyostitis s/s
muscle weakness, legs and arms... loss of fine motor of the fing…
26 terms
NURS 215 Electrolyte Imbalances
35-45 mmHg
22-26 mEq/L
3.5-5 mEq/L
2.1-2.6 mmol/L or 8.5-10.5 mg/dl
Normal values for pCO2
Normal values for HCO3-
Normal values for K+
Normal values for Ca2+
35-45 mmHg
Normal values for pCO2
22-26 mEq/L
Normal values for HCO3-
47 terms
Nur 215 test 4 Neuro/Skin
Acetylcholine
Acetylcholine opposes what?
Dopamine
Afferent pathway
The "on" switch for muscles. Is responsible for muscle contra…
Cholinesterase. The "off" switch for muscle contraction
Effects mood and subcontious muscle movement
Sensory
Acetylcholine
The "on" switch for muscles. Is responsible for muscle contra…
Acetylcholine opposes what?
Cholinesterase. The "off" switch for muscle contraction
17 terms
NUR215 Med Practicum
ventrogluteal
vastus lateralis
dorsogluteal
deltoid
hand on greater trochanter w/ fingers pointing towards head... i…
between greater trochanter and lateral femoral condyle
draw imaginary line from greater trochanter to posterior ilia…
make a V between 2-3 finger widths below acromion process and…
ventrogluteal
hand on greater trochanter w/ fingers pointing towards head... i…
vastus lateralis
between greater trochanter and lateral femoral condyle
38 terms
Fluid and Electrolyte NUR 206
Interstitial ECF
Intravascular ECF
Transcellular ECF
Intracellular Fluid (ICF)
fluid surrounding cells
circulating plasma volume
specialized cavities (ex: GI tract)
content within- provides the cell with internal fluid necessa…
Interstitial ECF
fluid surrounding cells
Intravascular ECF
circulating plasma volume
Quiz 3 - 215 - Diagnostic Testing
Diagnostic/Lab Tests
Diagnostic Testing Phases: Pretest
Diagnostic Testing Phases: Intratest
Diagnostic Testing Phases: Post-Test
-provide info about pts... -used for basic screening... -confirm di…
-major focus: client preparation... -instruct client/family ab…
-major focus: *specimen collection and performing/assisting w…
-major focus: *nursing care, follow-up activities, observatio…
Diagnostic/Lab Tests
-provide info about pts... -used for basic screening... -confirm di…
Diagnostic Testing Phases: Pretest
-major focus: client preparation... -instruct client/family ab…
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NURS 215 Exam #4 Coagulation
intrinsic pathway
extrinsic pathway
common pathway
heparin
this is activated when factor 12 comes in contact with a fore…
this is activated when there is tissue damage originating fro…
factor 10 is a result of either pathway and now causes prothr…
affects the clotting cascades toward the end of the cascade j…
intrinsic pathway
this is activated when factor 12 comes in contact with a fore…
extrinsic pathway
this is activated when there is tissue damage originating fro…
34 terms
NURS 215 Diuretics
High-ceiling (Loop)
High-ceiling (Loop) (1)
Furosemide (Lasix), ethacrynic acid (E…
Thiazide
Most effective diuretic because produces the most fluid/elect…
Diuretic that blocks Na+/Cl- reabsorption --> no passive H2O…
3 types of high-ceiling (Loop) drugs
Elevates plasma levels of uric acid and glucose
High-ceiling (Loop)
Most effective diuretic because produces the most fluid/elect…
High-ceiling (Loop) (1)
Diuretic that blocks Na+/Cl- reabsorption --> no passive H2O…
41 terms
NURS 215 Antimicrobials
PCN/cephalosporins
Amphotericin B
Aminoglycosides
Tetracyclines
Antimicrobials that disrupt cell wall synthesis
Antimicrobials that increase membrane permeability to cause l…
Antimicrobials that cause lethal inhibition of protein synthe…
Antimicrobials that cause non-lethal inhibition of protein sy…
PCN/cephalosporins
Antimicrobials that disrupt cell wall synthesis
Amphotericin B
Antimicrobials that increase membrane permeability to cause l…
35 terms
Nur 215 Endocrine part 1
True/False: SIADH is a posterior pitui…
What is SIADH
True/False: Pituitary surgery can caus…
S/S of SIADH
True. DI is hypofunction
too much ADH not able to pee
False. pituitary stores ADH and when removed it release due t…
Hyponatremia... increased SG high urine osmolality... Low serum osm…
True/False: SIADH is a posterior pitui…
True. DI is hypofunction
What is SIADH
too much ADH not able to pee
90 terms
NURS 215 Introduction to Pharmacology
Therapeutics
Pharmacotherapeutics
Drug
Medication
A branch of medicine concerned with preventing disease
Using agents for a therapeutic effect
A chemical agent capable of producing biological responses wi…
A drug that is medically therapeutic
Therapeutics
A branch of medicine concerned with preventing disease
Pharmacotherapeutics
Using agents for a therapeutic effect
13 terms
NURS 215 - Fundamentals
What should you be assessing in older…
What are older adults particularly at…
Effects of aging on drug metabolism
S&S of anaphylaxis
Cognitive status, ADLs, social life, nutrition
Constipation, pain, inadequate nutrition/hydration
Absorption slowed... 1/2 life prolonged ... Increase potency
Erythema, Pruritis, Uticaria, Angioedema
What should you be assessing in older…
Cognitive status, ADLs, social life, nutrition
What are older adults particularly at…
Constipation, pain, inadequate nutrition/hydration
57 terms
NURS 215 Exam III: Endocrine
Stimulates energy usage, stimulates he…
Cretinism
Hypothyroidism
Hashimoto's
3 functions of thyroid hormones
Infant hypothyroidism
Sx = pale/puffy/expressionless face, cold/dry skin, brittle h…
Decreased iodine from chronic autoimmune thyroiditis
Stimulates energy usage, stimulates he…
3 functions of thyroid hormones
Cretinism
Infant hypothyroidism
39 terms
NUR215 Diagnostic testing values
4.6-6.0million
4.0-5.0million
13.5-18
12-15
RBC - men
RBC - women
HGB - men
HBG - women
4.6-6.0million
RBC - men
4.0-5.0million
RBC - women
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