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20 terms
Midterm study guide for medical nursing
Hypovolemic shock
Bloat/ GDV (Gastric dilatation and vol…
Corrosive/caustic
Emesis
Most common type. Decreased circulation of blood volume
accumulation of gas within gastro intestinal tract. Is very d…
Reactive substance that causes damage to the tissues when com…
Vomiting
Hypovolemic shock
Most common type. Decreased circulation of blood volume
Bloat/ GDV (Gastric dilatation and vol…
accumulation of gas within gastro intestinal tract. Is very d…
14 terms
NCLEX Studying: Medical-Surgical Nursing
Significance of this finding: continuo…
Diagnosis suggested by these findings:…
Tactile fremitus
As compared to other post-operative cl…
This finding suggests an air leak.
Blood-tinged sputum may be secondary to bleeding from a tumor…
Fremitus refers to vibratory tremors that can be felt through…
Due to decreased mobility of the affected extremity.
Significance of this finding: continuo…
This finding suggests an air leak.
Diagnosis suggested by these findings:…
Blood-tinged sputum may be secondary to bleeding from a tumor…
400 terms
Medical Nursing
The most appropriate solution to use a…
The most critical factor to expedient…
To calculate the quantity of food to a…
Which of the following values is a nor…
Physiologic saline
Exposure to air so that the area remains dry
5%
102 degrees Fahrenheit
The most appropriate solution to use a…
Physiologic saline
The most critical factor to expedient…
Exposure to air so that the area remains dry
389 terms
AGHE 60 MEDICAL NURSING FINAL STUDY
CHF
CHF CLINICAL SIGNS
CHF DIAGNOSTIC TESTS
CHF TREATMENTS
Mitral valve regurgitation leads to heart enlargement
Heart murmur, pulmonary crackles/wheezes, pulse deficit, jugu…
Radiograph, EKG, Ultrasound
Furosemide, hydralazine, nitroglycerin, theophylline, aminoph…
CHF
Mitral valve regurgitation leads to heart enlargement
CHF CLINICAL SIGNS
Heart murmur, pulmonary crackles/wheezes, pulse deficit, jugu…
788 terms
Medical (Nurse)
Workers' Compensation Program
Withdrawal
White Blood Cells
Wheelchair Safety
State-mandated system under which employers assume the cost o…
Symptoms that occur after chronic use of a drug is reduced or…
Cells in the blood that fight infection; part of the immune s…
Guidelines, policies, procedures and rules intended to promot…
Workers' Compensation Program
State-mandated system under which employers assume the cost o…
Withdrawal
Symptoms that occur after chronic use of a drug is reduced or…
Medical Surgical Nursing HESI STUDY GUIDE
Purpose of (RRT) Rapid Response Team?
Which occurrence does the Joint Commis…
True or False: Men live longer than wo…
With a pt who is restrained, what inte…
To Enable the nurse to recognize changes in patient status be…
Administering medications that is not familiar to the nurse.
true
check pt ever 30-60 min.... place pt in an area for careful obse…
Purpose of (RRT) Rapid Response Team?
To Enable the nurse to recognize changes in patient status be…
Which occurrence does the Joint Commis…
Administering medications that is not familiar to the nurse.
773 terms
Medical nursing
Why do we need Nursing Care Plans?
Three benefits of nursing care plans
What is the nursing process?
What are the four areas to a nursing p…
•Enable us to provide a high standard of care... •Enable a syste…
•Provide a structure to the process of planning the care for…
•Deliver care to our patients using a systematic approach of…
Assesment, planning, implementation and evaluation... this is a…
Why do we need Nursing Care Plans?
•Enable us to provide a high standard of care... •Enable a syste…
Three benefits of nursing care plans
•Provide a structure to the process of planning the care for…
91 terms
Nursing - Medications
A nurse is administering a subcutaneou…
Drugs known to cause birth defects are…
What is involved in the absorption, di…
A client is ordered to receive an intr…
1 mL
Teratogenic
Pharmacokinetics
free of major blood vessels and fat. It is considered the saf…
A nurse is administering a subcutaneou…
1 mL
Drugs known to cause birth defects are…
Teratogenic
27 terms
Medical- Nursing
Unlicensed personnel
O.B.R.A
Certified nursing assistant
Certified nursing assistant long-term…
Work under licensed nurses
Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act; This act specifies that tr…
Often primary caregiver
Perform the same duties as in acute care, but also will have…
Unlicensed personnel
Work under licensed nurses
O.B.R.A
Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act; This act specifies that tr…
332 terms
Medical Nursing
What type of details are recorded as "…
What type of details are recorded as "…
What does "TPR" stand for?
What does "NAF" stand for?
Attitude and Temperment
Weight
Temperature, Pulse, Respiration
No abnormalities found
What type of details are recorded as "…
Attitude and Temperment
What type of details are recorded as "…
Weight
128 terms
Equine Medicine - Medical Nursing
Anatomy- Gastrointestinal
Anatomy - Teeth
How do you measure equine
What is similar about Equine and anoth…
Herbivore
Dental formula I3 C1 PM3 M3... (42 M&38 F) I3 C1 PM3 M3... -Wolf te…
Equine are measured by hands, each hand = four inches.... -Measu…
Just as Rats and Rabbits don not have a gall bladder neither…
Anatomy- Gastrointestinal
Herbivore
Anatomy - Teeth
Dental formula I3 C1 PM3 M3... (42 M&38 F) I3 C1 PM3 M3... -Wolf te…
91 terms
Nursing - Medications
A nurse is administering a subcutaneou…
Drugs known to cause birth defects are…
What is involved in the absorption, di…
A client is ordered to receive an intr…
1 mL
Teratogenic
Pharmacokinetics
free of major blood vessels and fat. It is considered the saf…
A nurse is administering a subcutaneou…
1 mL
Drugs known to cause birth defects are…
Teratogenic
85 terms
Bovine medicine - Medical Nursing
What is normal Temp for Bovine
What is normal Pulse and Respiration f…
The Anatomy of an Ruminant - Bovine
What type of diet for Bovine - Ruminant
99-102
Pulse = 60-70 bpm... Respiration = 30
Ruminants have 4 chamber stomach;... -Rumen, primary site for mi…
Herbivore
What is normal Temp for Bovine
99-102
What is normal Pulse and Respiration f…
Pulse = 60-70 bpm... Respiration = 30
91 terms
Nursing - Medications
A nurse is administering a subcutaneou…
Drugs known to cause birth defects are…
What is involved in the absorption, di…
A client is ordered to receive an intr…
1 mL
Teratogenic
Pharmacokinetics
free of major blood vessels and fat. It is considered the saf…
A nurse is administering a subcutaneou…
1 mL
Drugs known to cause birth defects are…
Teratogenic
42 terms
Medication Nursing
Absorption
Adverse drug effect
Allergic effect
Ampoule
process by which drugs are transferred from the site of entry…
undesirable effects other than the intended therapeutic effec…
immune system response that occurs when the body interprets a…
glass flask containing a single dose of medication for parent…
Absorption
process by which drugs are transferred from the site of entry…
Adverse drug effect
undesirable effects other than the intended therapeutic effec…
159 terms
Nursing medical surgical Cardiovascular assessment
afterload
AV node
cardiac outpur
cardiac stress test
the amount of resistance to ejection of blood... from the ventri…
located in right atrial wall near tricuspid valve
amount of blood pumped by each ventricle in liters per minute
used to evaluate function of the heart during a period of inc…
afterload
the amount of resistance to ejection of blood... from the ventri…
AV node
located in right atrial wall near tricuspid valve
Nursing Skills Medication Administration Exam Study Guide
generic
trade name
therapeutic range
they must be stored in a locked cabine…
the name provided by the first manufacturer and is the offici…
a brand name used to market the mediation and has the symbol…
indicated the drug is a high enough dose to be effective and…
what are the guidelines for administering controlled substanc…
generic
the name provided by the first manufacturer and is the offici…
trade name
a brand name used to market the mediation and has the symbol…
22 terms
Fluids - Medical Nursing
What is animals water weight?
How do you assess dehydration? Part 1
How do you assess dehydration? Part 2
What is the dehydration rating? 4%
55-67%
History of animal;... Vomiting.... Diarrhea.... Not drinking or eating…
Physical Exam;... GI loss -vomiting and diarrhea.... Anorexia.... Hemo…
Skin Fold- 4,6,8 %;... 4% Dehydration - Not evident clinically.…
What is animals water weight?
55-67%
How do you assess dehydration? Part 1
History of animal;... Vomiting.... Diarrhea.... Not drinking or eating…
110 terms
Nursing: Medications
Bumetanide
Bumetanide: Nursing Implications
Bumetanide: Side Effects
Bumetanide: Patient Teaching
Brand name: Bumex... Therapeutic Effects: diuresis and subsequen…
- monitor daily weight, intake and output ratios, amount and…
CNS: dizziness, encephalopathy, headache... EENT: hearing loss,…
- caution patient to change positions slowly to minimize orth…
Bumetanide
Brand name: Bumex... Therapeutic Effects: diuresis and subsequen…
Bumetanide: Nursing Implications
- monitor daily weight, intake and output ratios, amount and…
63 terms
Vaccines Lecture - Medical Nursing
What is a vaccine for?
Are vaccines 100% full proof of preven…
Polyvalent vaccines contain what antig…
Monovalent vaccines contain what antig…
To prevent a disease.... To stimulate antibodies to specific Ant…
No!... Only lesson clinical symptoms.
Good for many antigens.... DHLLP.... FeRCP.
Good for only ONE antigen.... Rabies.... FELV.
What is a vaccine for?
To prevent a disease.... To stimulate antibodies to specific Ant…
Are vaccines 100% full proof of preven…
No!... Only lesson clinical symptoms.
75 terms
Medical Nursing
MM & CRT tell you about:
4 techniques of physical exam:
Normal temp range for dogs and cats &…
Which can tech reach without a Dr: Hyp…
Blood pressure and circulation
inspection, palpation, percussion and auscultation
99-103, average: 102.5
Hypothermia
MM & CRT tell you about:
Blood pressure and circulation
4 techniques of physical exam:
inspection, palpation, percussion and auscultation
51 terms
Medical nursing
Exam
Submissive behavior
Managing the pets environment
Anthropomorphics
Midterm
An owner tells you that his dog Penelope knows she's done a b…
Shutting a particular door is a way to minimize inappropriate…
Accusing a pet of being vindictive, spiteful, jealous, or reb…
Exam
Midterm
Submissive behavior
An owner tells you that his dog Penelope knows she's done a b…
91 terms
Nursing - Medications
A nurse is administering a subcutaneou…
Drugs known to cause birth defects are…
What is involved in the absorption, di…
A client is ordered to receive an intr…
1 mL
Teratogenic
Pharmacokinetics
free of major blood vessels and fat. It is considered the saf…
A nurse is administering a subcutaneou…
1 mL
Drugs known to cause birth defects are…
Teratogenic
72 terms
Nursing Medications
frusemide - drug class?
pantoprazole - drug class?
metformin - drug class?
celebrex - drug class and other name?
loop diuretic
anti-hypertensive PPI
hypo-glycaemic agent
anti-ulcerant
frusemide - drug class?
loop diuretic
pantoprazole - drug class?
anti-hypertensive PPI
26 terms
Nursing/medical
Asepsis
Emesis
Intravenous
Pulse
Freedom from infection; methods used by health care workers t…
Vomit
Inside the vein
Heartbeat that can be felt, or palpated, on surface arteries…
Asepsis
Freedom from infection; methods used by health care workers t…
Emesis
Vomit
22 terms
ECG - Medical Nursing
What are the basic principles of Cardi…
What are the Leads of ECG
ECG Leads connections
Bipolar Lead System
-Forces moving **towards a Positive Electrode** cause upward…
-Leads of an ECG detect electrical activity in different plan…
Black lead to Left Front Leg. Black over White, like a newspa…
Bipolar Standards leads are;... A. Lead I; Right arm negative, L…
What are the basic principles of Cardi…
-Forces moving **towards a Positive Electrode** cause upward…
What are the Leads of ECG
-Leads of an ECG detect electrical activity in different plan…
27 terms
Medical Nursing
4 major steps to nursing
importance of grooming
astringent
cryotherapy
-data collection... -interpretation... -implementation of a plan... -e…
-enhances sense of well-being... -recovers from illness more rap…
-removes moisture from the tissues... -promotes healing... -irritat…
-cold therapy that removes heat... -vasoconstriction, reduces po…
4 major steps to nursing
-data collection... -interpretation... -implementation of a plan... -e…
importance of grooming
-enhances sense of well-being... -recovers from illness more rap…
10 terms
Medical nursing
Feeding tube
Feeding
Feeding
Oral administration
1. Nasoesophageal tube; goes up the nose, down into stomach…
TPN/PPN; consists of administering a sterile liquid containin…
TPN/PPN; given IV through jugular catheter
Tablet, capsule, liquid
Feeding tube
1. Nasoesophageal tube; goes up the nose, down into stomach…
Feeding
TPN/PPN; consists of administering a sterile liquid containin…
400 terms
Medical Nursing
The most appropriate solution to use a…
The most critical factor to expedient…
To calculate the quantity of food to a…
Which of the following values is a nor…
Physiologic saline
Exposure to air so that the area remains dry
5%
102 degrees Fahrenheit
The most appropriate solution to use a…
Physiologic saline
The most critical factor to expedient…
Exposure to air so that the area remains dry
9 terms
Nursing medications
Chlorpheniramine
Amitriptyline
Donepezil
Clonidine
a sedating histamine H1 antagonist
a tricyclic antidepressant
(Aricept) is an acetylcholinesterase inhibitor used to treat…
a highly potent antihypertensive
Chlorpheniramine
a sedating histamine H1 antagonist
Amitriptyline
a tricyclic antidepressant
72 terms
Medical Nursing
The most appropriate solution to use a…
The most critical factor to expedient…
To calculate the quantity of food to a…
Which of the following values is a nor…
Physiologic saline
Exposure to air so that the area remains dry
5%
102 F
The most appropriate solution to use a…
Physiologic saline
The most critical factor to expedient…
Exposure to air so that the area remains dry
91 terms
Nursing - Medications
A nurse is administering a subcutaneou…
Drugs known to cause birth defects are…
What is involved in the absorption, di…
A client is ordered to receive an intr…
1 mL
Teratogenic
Pharmacokinetics
free of major blood vessels and fat. It is considered the saf…
A nurse is administering a subcutaneou…
1 mL
Drugs known to cause birth defects are…
Teratogenic
91 terms
Nursing - Medications
A nurse is administering a subcutaneou…
Drugs known to cause birth defects are…
What is involved in the absorption, di…
A client is ordered to receive an intr…
1 mL
Teratogenic
Pharmacokinetics
free of major blood vessels and fat. It is considered the saf…
A nurse is administering a subcutaneou…
1 mL
Drugs known to cause birth defects are…
Teratogenic
83 terms
Medical Nursing
Pain management
Physiological pain
Inflammatory pain
Neuropathic pain
-reduce stress, enrichment, natural behaviour. ... -medications.…
-direct & caused ... -short lived ... -e.g. Injections
-result of trauma ... -e.g. Surgery
-damaged nerves
Pain management
-reduce stress, enrichment, natural behaviour. ... -medications.…
Physiological pain
-direct & caused ... -short lived ... -e.g. Injections
14 terms
NCLEX RN PREP - The medical nursing case study by Davis NCLEX PREP
Mr. B is scheduled for an endoscopy th…
Identify at least six assessment inter…
The nurse is preparing to administer a…
Identify five interventions when admin…
1) Ensure the client is NPO. ... 2) Hold the client's oral medic…
1) Assess the client's breath sounds. ... 2) Assess the client's…
1) Check the client's serum potassium level. ... 2) Question the…
1) Check the client's glucose level. ... 2) Check to determine i…
Mr. B is scheduled for an endoscopy th…
1) Ensure the client is NPO. ... 2) Hold the client's oral medic…
Identify at least six assessment inter…
1) Assess the client's breath sounds. ... 2) Assess the client's…
91 terms
Nursing - Medications
A nurse is administering a subcutaneou…
Drugs known to cause birth defects are…
What is involved in the absorption, di…
A client is ordered to receive an intr…
1 mL
Teratogenic
Pharmacokinetics
free of major blood vessels and fat. It is considered the saf…
A nurse is administering a subcutaneou…
1 mL
Drugs known to cause birth defects are…
Teratogenic
46 terms
Nursing Medications
Epogen/ Epoetin
Duragesic/ Fentanyl
ACE Inhibitors
Kayexalate
Increases Hct
Slowly taper to prevent withdrawal syndrome
Increase Exercise Tolerance
Cation exchange renin, reduce K in renal failure
Epogen/ Epoetin
Increases Hct
Duragesic/ Fentanyl
Slowly taper to prevent withdrawal syndrome
116 terms
Medical Nursing
4. Which of the follwoing values is a…
5. A pulse deficit occurs when?
6. Sinus arrhythmia occurs when?
8. Fluids administered via the subcuta…
A. 102F
The heart rate is faster than the pulse rate
Heat and pulse rates increase with inspiration and decrease w…
Body temperature and isotonic
4. Which of the follwoing values is a…
A. 102F
5. A pulse deficit occurs when?
The heart rate is faster than the pulse rate
16 terms
Medication Nursing
Fentanyl
Phenergan
Mannitol
Lasix
Narcotic for pain releif
Antinausea med... ( antihistamine)
Osmotic diuretic , reduces pressure in brain CSF
Loop diuretic
Fentanyl
Narcotic for pain releif
Phenergan
Antinausea med... ( antihistamine)
80 terms
medications nursing
generic name
official name
trade name
capsule
the drugs active ingredient
is the name by which the drug is identified in the official i…
brand name
powder or gel of an active drug enclosed in a gelatinous cont…
generic name
the drugs active ingredient
official name
is the name by which the drug is identified in the official i…
107 terms
Nursing Assistant Medical Abbreviations
ac, a.c.
a.m.
BID, b.i.d.
C
before meals
morning
2 times a day
with
ac, a.c.
before meals
a.m.
morning
Medical Terminology For Nursing
the part of the word which gives the b…
The part of the word which comes befor…
The prefix is the part of the word whi…
The part of the word which comes after…
Stem
Prefix
Before
Suffix
the part of the word which gives the b…
Stem
The part of the word which comes befor…
Prefix
61 terms
Nursing Medications
Aspirin (Ecotrin)
Atrovent (Ipratropium)
Calcium Citrate (Calcium Supplement)
Citalopram (Celexa)
Pain (analgesic), blood thinner (antiplatelet), anti inflamma…
Bronchodilator, nasal spray
Bone Formation
Antidepressant, antipsychotic
Aspirin (Ecotrin)
Pain (analgesic), blood thinner (antiplatelet), anti inflamma…
Atrovent (Ipratropium)
Bronchodilator, nasal spray
6 terms
Nursing Medications
Certirizine Hcl
Fexofendadine
Hydroxyzine
Loratadine
Side effects: Drowsiness , Fatigue, Dry Mouth, Stomach Pain,…
Side Effects: Drowsiness, Headache, Dizziness, Diarrhea, Vomi…
Side Effects: Drowsiness, Dry mouth, nose, and throat, Dizzin…
Side Effects: Headache, Dry mouth, Epistaxis( nosebleed), Sor…
Certirizine Hcl
Side effects: Drowsiness , Fatigue, Dry Mouth, Stomach Pain,…
Fexofendadine
Side Effects: Drowsiness, Headache, Dizziness, Diarrhea, Vomi…
131 terms
Medical nursing Image questions
A-Pituitary gland... B -Parathyroid gland…
An ideal glucose curve
Rebound affect, or somogyi affect wher…
A glucometer
What does this show... Name the points
What does this show?
What does this show?
What is this cat looking at?
A-Pituitary gland... B -Parathyroid gland…
What does this show... Name the points
An ideal glucose curve
What does this show?
27 terms
Medical Spanish for Nurses/Equipment - dispositivos
Cinta adhesiva
tobillera
soportes para el arco del pie
miembro artificial
adhesive tape
ankle brace
arch support
artificial limb
Cinta adhesiva
adhesive tape
tobillera
ankle brace
21 terms
nursing medication
6 rights of medication
1mg
1g
1kg
right patient... right medication... right dose... right route... right t…
1000mcg
1000mg
1000g... 2.2lb
6 rights of medication
right patient... right medication... right dose... right route... right t…
1mg
1000mcg
24 terms
Nursing Medications
Zoysn
Purpose/class
Dosage
Route
pieracillin/tazobactam
Antibacterial/P-PCN, T-beta, lactamase inhibitor
3.375-4.5 g q6
IVPB
Zoysn
pieracillin/tazobactam
Purpose/class
Antibacterial/P-PCN, T-beta, lactamase inhibitor
Nursing Medications
Maalox
Warfarin
Ondansetron
Bisacodyl
TH: Antiulcer Agent... PH: Antacid... Action: Neutralize gastric ac…
Coumadin... TH: Anticoagulants... Action: Interferes with hepatic s…
Zofran... TH: Antiemetics... IOU: Decrease incidence and severity o…
Dulcagen/Deficol... TH: Laxative... PH: Stimulant laxative... IOU: Eva…
Maalox
TH: Antiulcer Agent... PH: Antacid... Action: Neutralize gastric ac…
Warfarin
Coumadin... TH: Anticoagulants... Action: Interferes with hepatic s…
16 terms
Medical and Nursing Services
Medical Doctor(MD)
Doctor of Osteopathic(DO)
Optometrist
Podiatrist
Diagnoses, treats, and prevents disease or disorders .
Treats disease/disorders, placing special emphasis on the ner…
examine eyes for vision problems and defects , prescribe corr…
Provide preventative care, diagnosis and treatment of the fee…
Medical Doctor(MD)
Diagnoses, treats, and prevents disease or disorders .
Doctor of Osteopathic(DO)
Treats disease/disorders, placing special emphasis on the ner…
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