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89 terms
Nursing 3 exam 3
What is Shock?
What does C.H.A.N.S stand for?
Cardiogenic Shock
Hypovolemic Shock
Shock is (a condition not a disease)... -All patients need to be…
Cardiogenic Shock... Hypovolemic Shock... Anaphylactic Shock... Neu…
Term used to describe hypotension(systolic BP less than 80 mm…
-Decrease in circulating blood volume... -Leads to inadequate ti…
What is Shock?
Shock is (a condition not a disease)... -All patients need to be…
What does C.H.A.N.S stand for?
Cardiogenic Shock... Hypovolemic Shock... Anaphylactic Shock... Neu…
94 terms
Nursing exam 3 Nursing 3
Sinus Tachy
Underlying cause
Adenscine
Normal Sinus rhythm with PVC
Treatment of Sinus tachy
Other than Beta blocker and calcium blockers what Drug is use…
Sinus Tachy
Underlying cause
Treatment of Sinus tachy
94 terms
Nursing 3 exam 3
thyroidectomy which electrolytes will…
patient with PKD further information
cardinal signs of inflammation
anaphylaxis
hypocalcemia
select all... dont do tub baths... they don't get better, they get…
does not include hypotension
concerned about the airway
thyroidectomy which electrolytes will…
hypocalcemia
patient with PKD further information
select all... dont do tub baths... they don't get better, they get…
Nursing 3
homeostasis
negative feedback
positive feedback
Why electrons matter
-regulation of body's internal environment ... -interaction betw…
-the response counteracts the stimulus, shutting off the resp…
-the response reinforces the stimulus, sending the variable f…
-combining elements into molecules: share, acquire, and donat…
homeostasis
-regulation of body's internal environment ... -interaction betw…
negative feedback
-the response counteracts the stimulus, shutting off the resp…
25 terms
Nursing 3
Acro
Auto
Burso
Carcin
Extremities
Self
Sac
Cancer
Acro
Extremities
Auto
Self
Nursing 3
aden/o
cerebr
encephal
gli
glands
cerebrum
brain
glue; neurological tissue
aden/o
glands
cerebr
cerebrum
50 terms
Nursing 3
Myelination
Corpus Callosum
Lateralization
Age 2-6
The process by which axons become coated with myelin, a fatty…
Connect the left and right hemispheres pf the brain and allow…
Left side of brain controls right side of body and vise versa
1. Sleep is more regular... 2. Emotions more nuanced and respons…
Myelination
The process by which axons become coated with myelin, a fatty…
Corpus Callosum
Connect the left and right hemispheres pf the brain and allow…
75 terms
Nursing 3 Terms for Exam 3**
atherogenesis
atheroma
atherosclerosis
cardiogenic shock
Developmental process of the atherosclerotic lesion.
An accumulation and swelling in artery walls that is made of…
Atherosclerosis begins as fatty streaks of the arterial wall…
Shock that occurs when inadequate oxygen and nutrients are su…
atherogenesis
Developmental process of the atherosclerotic lesion.
atheroma
An accumulation and swelling in artery walls that is made of…
28 terms
Nursing Education 3
active listening
barrier
body language
care conference
a way of communicating that involves giving a person one's fu…
a block or an obstacle
all of the conscious or unconscious messages a person's body…
a meeting to share and gather information about a resident in…
active listening
a way of communicating that involves giving a person one's fu…
barrier
a block or an obstacle
125 terms
Nursing 3 Exam 3
What is the classic chest pain sign?
What does an immune response have the…
What happens in the acute phase of an…
What are the cardinal signs of infecti…
Levine's sign
Develop more and more antigens with repeated exposure.
-Rxn happens almost immediately. ... -Causes vasodilation to inc…
-Redness... -Calor (heat) due to increased blood flow... -Swelling…
What is the classic chest pain sign?
Levine's sign
What does an immune response have the…
Develop more and more antigens with repeated exposure.
515 terms
Nursing 3 - Exam 1
family systems theory
boundary
developmental theory
internal resources & coping strategies
The emphasis of this theory is on the interactions among the…
an imaginary line that exists between the family and its envi…
addresses family change over time using Duvall's family life…
The 2 types of family resources which are involved in the suc…
family systems theory
The emphasis of this theory is on the interactions among the…
boundary
an imaginary line that exists between the family and its envi…
Nursing 3
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37 terms
Nursing #3
Growth and development
Growth
Development
Rn role in growth and development
Cephalocaudal pattern
Increase in size, more rapid in utero & adolesence
Maturation of psychological and psychological systems to more…
Safe& effective care environment... Health promotion and mainten…
Growth and development
Cephalocaudal pattern
Growth
Increase in size, more rapid in utero & adolesence
Nursing 3 Exam 2
Substance Addiction: Psychological Fac…
Substance Addiction: Psychological Fac…
Substance Addiction: Sociocultural Fac…
Acute Withdrawal
Focuses on a punitive superego and fixation at the oral stage…
Personality Factors... Low self-esteem, frequent depression, pas…
Historically high rate of alcoholism in Native American Cultu…
Life support measures is a first priority... Maintain Resp. & Ca…
Substance Addiction: Psychological Fac…
Focuses on a punitive superego and fixation at the oral stage…
Substance Addiction: Psychological Fac…
Personality Factors... Low self-esteem, frequent depression, pas…
20 terms
Nursing 3
Connoisseur
Asunder
Raze
Blighted
An expert
In seperate parts
To tear down or demolish
Ruined or destroyed
Connoisseur
An expert
Asunder
In seperate parts
nursing 3
acongojado
avergonzado
inquieto
discapacitado
overwhelmed
ashamed
uneasy
handicapped
acongojado
overwhelmed
avergonzado
ashamed
119 terms
Nursing 3 FINAL
Mannitol
What is cholelithiasis?
5 F's of cholelithiasis
Treatment for cholelithiasis?
Keep warm... Use filter needle
Gallbladder stones
female, fat, forty, fertile, family history
Cholecystectomy (removal of the gallbladder)
Mannitol
Keep warm... Use filter needle
What is cholelithiasis?
Gallbladder stones
Nursing #3
Disease Prevention
Nutrient
DRI
Malnutrition
recognition of danger to health that could be reduced or alle…
provides energy, regulates body processes, aides growth and r…
Dietary Reference Intakes; combines the classic concerns of d…
condition resulting from an imbalanced nutrient and/or energy…
Disease Prevention
recognition of danger to health that could be reduced or alle…
Nutrient
provides energy, regulates body processes, aides growth and r…
484 terms
Nursing 3 - Test 2
diptheria
Separate syringes and different sites…
increases
Vitamin A
Respiratory manifestations include respiratory nasopharyngiti…
What precaution should be taken when tetanus toxoid and tetan…
MMRV, as opposed to MMR vaccine, ___ the risk for febrile sei…
has been effective in decreasing the morbidity and mortality…
diptheria
Respiratory manifestations include respiratory nasopharyngiti…
Separate syringes and different sites…
What precaution should be taken when tetanus toxoid and tetan…
25 terms
Nursing # 3
The client is being taught to self-adm…
The Psychiatric Technician is teaching…
The Psychiatric Technician is teaching…
The African-American client is being t…
Diaphoresis or shortness of breath.
Rectal
Rotate sites each time the patch is applied.
Ashen-gray lips and tongue.
The client is being taught to self-adm…
Diaphoresis or shortness of breath.
The Psychiatric Technician is teaching…
Rectal
25 terms
Nursing 3
Trip
Retro
Burso
Gen
Rub/friction
Backwards
Sac
Production
Trip
Rub/friction
Retro
Backwards
Nursing 3
Priorities
Goal vs. Outcome
Goals and outcomes must be
3 types of intervention
high-life threatening ... intermediate- health threatening ... low-…
G-broad statement ... O- specific measurable criterion to evaluate
SMART
Independent, dependent (physician ordered), collaborative
Priorities
high-life threatening ... intermediate- health threatening ... low-…
Goal vs. Outcome
G-broad statement ... O- specific measurable criterion to evaluate
21 terms
Nursing 3
Hygien
Hystero
Leuko
Lingua
Healthful
Uterus, Womb
White
Tongue
Hygien
Healthful
Hystero
Uterus, Womb
22 terms
Nursing #3
q2h
q4h
q8h
VS
Every 2 hours
Every 4 hours
Every 8 hours
Vital Signs
q2h
Every 2 hours
q4h
Every 4 hours
192 terms
Nursing 3 Final Exam
Non-modifiable risk factors for stroke?
Modifiable risk factors for stroke?
What should you teach a client about r…
Diagnostic tests to evaluate stroke?
Age, family history, gender, sex, DM1
DM2, *HTN*, smoking, a.fib, sickle cell
*Monitor/control blood pressure*, Quit smoking, need to fol…
CT, MRI, PET Scan... INR, PT, aPTT, Creatinine, allergies, BMP,…
Non-modifiable risk factors for stroke?
Age, family history, gender, sex, DM1
Modifiable risk factors for stroke?
DM2, *HTN*, smoking, a.fib, sickle cell
10 terms
Nursing 3
BRP
B.S.
B.E
BID bid
Bathroom privileges
Blood sugar
Barium enema
Twice a day
BRP
Bathroom privileges
B.S.
Blood sugar
10 terms
Nursing 3
BRP
B.S
B.E
BID, bid
Bathroom privileges
Blood sugar
Barium enema
Twice a day
BRP
Bathroom privileges
B.S
Blood sugar
30 terms
nursing words 3
lesion
erythema
sclera
taut
tissue destruction... a wound
Unusual redness of the skin caused by capillary congestion
White of the eye
tense; very tight
lesion
tissue destruction... a wound
erythema
Unusual redness of the skin caused by capillary congestion
50 terms
Nursing 3
Cold Application
Colostomy bag
Colostomy care
Combative resident
Stimulation of the skin and underlying tissues with cold for…
A receptacle worn over the atom to collect feces following a…
The care for after an operation that creates an opening for t…
A resident that becomes physical and ready to fight
Cold Application
Stimulation of the skin and underlying tissues with cold for…
Colostomy bag
A receptacle worn over the atom to collect feces following a…
25 terms
Nursing 3
Aquired immunodeficiency syndrome
Lymphoma
Mononucleosis
Scaroidosis
Suppression of the immune response (destruction of lymphocyte…
Malignant tumor of lymph nodes and lymphatic tissue ... Ex: Hodg…
Acute infectious disease with enlargement of lymph nodes and…
Inflammatory disease in which small nodules or tubercles form…
Aquired immunodeficiency syndrome
Suppression of the immune response (destruction of lymphocyte…
Lymphoma
Malignant tumor of lymph nodes and lymphatic tissue ... Ex: Hodg…
17 terms
Nursing #3
Bronchial Breath Sounds
Broncho-vesicular
Vesicular
Crackles (not cleared with cough)
Trachea; High pitch, loud and long expiration, slightly longe…
Main Bronchus and upper right posterior lung; Medium pitch, e…
Most lung fields; short and soft expirations
Fine: high pitch, end of inspiration... Medium: Lower pitch, moi…
Bronchial Breath Sounds
Trachea; High pitch, loud and long expiration, slightly longe…
Broncho-vesicular
Main Bronchus and upper right posterior lung; Medium pitch, e…
44 terms
Nursing 3
3 inches
4 1/2 pounds
75%
90%
How many inches in height does each child gain each year 2-6?
How many pounds does each child gain each year 2-6?
At age 2 the brain is how much of it's adult weight?
At age 6 the brain is how much of it's adult weight?
3 inches
How many inches in height does each child gain each year 2-6?
4 1/2 pounds
How many pounds does each child gain each year 2-6?
56 terms
Nursing 3
Growth patterns
Nutrition
Needed nutrients
Oral health
Children become slimmer as the lower body lengthens; each yea…
Need fewer calories/lb. than infants; obesity is a bigger pro…
Milk: fat, calcium, iron/zinc
Too much sugar/too little fiber causes tooth decay (harms the…
Growth patterns
Children become slimmer as the lower body lengthens; each yea…
Nutrition
Need fewer calories/lb. than infants; obesity is a bigger pro…
31 terms
Nursing 3
Epidemiology goal
Epidemiology
Determinant
Distribution
control the distribution of disease
the study of that which comes down upon people
Any factor or event that can bring about a change in health
frequencies or occurrences of a health phenomenon within a po…
Epidemiology goal
control the distribution of disease
Epidemiology
the study of that which comes down upon people
30 terms
NURSING TERMS 3
aphasia
cranial nerves
reflexes
dementia vs delirium
loss of ability to understand or express speech, caused by br…
olfactory... optic... oculomotor... trocluear... trigeminal... abducens... faci…
Normally the older adult presents with diminished reflexes. R…
DEMENTIA= progressive organic mental disorder, personality di…
aphasia
loss of ability to understand or express speech, caused by br…
cranial nerves
olfactory... optic... oculomotor... trocluear... trigeminal... abducens... faci…
21 terms
Nursing 3
FMP
Part 2
2215
2216
(Family member prefix) A number that designates sponserships
Chronological record of med care and tx
Baseline
Everything after
FMP
(Family member prefix) A number that designates sponserships
Part 2
Chronological record of med care and tx
74 terms
Nursing 3 Exam 1
What is naturopathy?
What is homeopathy?
What is osteopathy?
What is heroic medicine?
Assisting in patient's health via natural remedies.
Use of remedies without chemically added ingredients.
Use of meds, surgery and manipulation
Aggressive medical practices in the US
What is naturopathy?
Assisting in patient's health via natural remedies.
What is homeopathy?
Use of remedies without chemically added ingredients.
94 terms
Nursing 3 exam 3
thyroidectomy which electrolytes will…
patient with PKD further information
cardinal signs of inflammation
anaphylaxis
hypocalcemia
select all... dont do tub baths... they don't get better, they get…
does not include hypotension
concerned about the airway
thyroidectomy which electrolytes will…
hypocalcemia
patient with PKD further information
select all... dont do tub baths... they don't get better, they get…
Nursing 1 Exam 3
Innate immunity (immunity... that is inhe…
Acquired immunity
Adaptive immune responses
What is an antigen?
AKA natural immunity, is present at birth and functions simil…
immunity that is not present at birth and develops either as…
are considered either... humoral-mediated or cell-mediated.
any molecule that can bind with a specific antibody.... A foreig…
Innate immunity (immunity... that is inhe…
AKA natural immunity, is present at birth and functions simil…
Acquired immunity
immunity that is not present at birth and develops either as…
27 terms
Intermediate Nursing 3.3
Cancellation
Denominator
Desired Dose
Difference
A short cut used when multiplying fractions
The bottom number of the fraction
Dosage the doctor has ordered
The result of subtraction
Cancellation
A short cut used when multiplying fractions
Denominator
The bottom number of the fraction
Nursing Quiz #3
Meniscus
Comminuted Fracture
Rheumatoid Arthritis
Talipes Equinovaris
Cresent shaped cartilage pad found in synovial joints
Bone crushed into several pieces
Acute and chromic inflammatory disease of connective tissue.
Congentital deformity in which the foot is pulled downward. (…
Meniscus
Cresent shaped cartilage pad found in synovial joints
Comminuted Fracture
Bone crushed into several pieces
162 terms
Nursing 3 Study Guide Exam 1**
Allograft
Autograft
Burn Shock
Eschar
Homograft, same species graft; skin graft
skin graft from a person's own body
Massive fluid shifts of plasma, electrolytes, and proteins in…
Burned skin that is dead and must be removed before healing c…
Allograft
Homograft, same species graft; skin graft
Autograft
skin graft from a person's own body
Nursing 3 Exam 3
What is the classic chest pain sign?
What does an immune response have the…
What happens in the acute phase of an…
What are the cardinal signs of infecti…
Levine's sign
Develop more and more antigens with repeated exposure.
-Rxn happens almost immediately. ... -Causes vasodilation to inc…
-Redness... -Calor (heat) due to increased blood flow... -Swelling…
What is the classic chest pain sign?
Levine's sign
What does an immune response have the…
Develop more and more antigens with repeated exposure.
114 terms
Nursing 111 Test #3
Anticipatory Guidance
Diffusion
What are the two types of O2 Transfer
What is O2 Transfer affected by
What are they most at risk for, teach them ahead of time what…
Movement of molecules from an area of higher concentration to…
1) Atmospheric air and Blood... > The act of breathing ... 2) Bloo…
-Acid-Base Balance ... -Temperature ... -CO2 levels (Pressure) in t…
Anticipatory Guidance
What are they most at risk for, teach them ahead of time what…
Diffusion
Movement of molecules from an area of higher concentration to…
Nursing Class 3- Ethics in Nursing
Autonomy
Beneficence
Nonmalefiecence
Justice
-freedom from external control... -respect patient's independenc…
-taking positive actions to help others... -best interest of the…
-avoidance of harm or hurt... -balance risks and benefits... -do th…
-fairness... -fair access to health care services and resources
Autonomy
-freedom from external control... -respect patient's independenc…
Beneficence
-taking positive actions to help others... -best interest of the…
465 terms
Nursing 3 - Test 3
winter & early spring
pulse paradoxus
no
croup
During what season is RSV most likely to occur?
blood pressure falling with inspiration and rising with expir…
Should sick children be awakened to take oral fluids?
a general term applied to a symptom complex characterized by…
winter & early spring
During what season is RSV most likely to occur?
pulse paradoxus
blood pressure falling with inspiration and rising with expir…
12 terms
B3 - Unit 13 Geriatric Nursing
alzheimer"s diseaese
assisted living
bed sores
dizziness
a brain disease that causes a person to lose memory and the a…
a living situation in which a person receives assistance with…
are skin wounds caused by too much pressure cutting off blood…
a feeling that things around you are spinning. It makes you f…
alzheimer"s diseaese
a brain disease that causes a person to lose memory and the a…
assisted living
a living situation in which a person receives assistance with…
Basic Nursing 3.3
Dose
Immune
Immunization
Prophylaxis
Measured quantity of a therapeutic agent to be administered
Resistant to disease
The process by which resistance to an infectious disease is i…
A means of preventing the occurence of a disease, either by m…
Dose
Measured quantity of a therapeutic agent to be administered
Immune
Resistant to disease
NURSING CHAPTERS 3&8
SBAR
SOAPE
SOAPIE
Traditional Block Chart
Situation, Background, Assessment, Recommendation
Subjective Objective Assessment Plan Evaluation
subjective, objective, assessment, plan, intervention, evalua…
Divided into sections or blocks. Emphasis is placed on specif…
SBAR
Situation, Background, Assessment, Recommendation
SOAPE
Subjective Objective Assessment Plan Evaluation
36 terms
Chapter 3 - The Nursing Assistant
abuse
assault
battery
boundary crossing
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