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PCCII Final
Addiction Neurochemicals
Normal pathophysiology of addiction?
1. A nurse is providing cares to a 10-…
2. A nurse is providing intrapartum ca…
dopamine, Drugs of abuse affect the limbic (reward) system
There is no normal because addiction is not considered normal
d. "I will not need any insulin if I don't eat a meal."
b. Monitoring blood glucose throughout the labor process.
Addiction Neurochemicals
dopamine, Drugs of abuse affect the limbic (reward) system
Normal pathophysiology of addiction?
There is no normal because addiction is not considered normal
124 terms
PCCII Drug Quiz
Insulin detemir
Insulin glargine
Insulin lispro
Ipratropium/albuterol
Levemir/diabetes
Lantus/diabetes
Humalog/diabetes
Combivent/chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
Insulin detemir
Levemir/diabetes
Insulin glargine
Lantus/diabetes
7 terms
PCCII Professional Identity
a sense of oneself that is influenced…
What is an important component of both…
What are qualities needed for a sustai…
What is characterized by a lack of int…
Professional Identity
Flourishing
• Deeply engage with the profession's public purposes.... • Deve…
Identity Diffusion
a sense of oneself that is influenced…
Professional Identity
What is an important component of both…
Flourishing
81 terms
PCCII T1 Newborn Care
The nurse is assessing a newborn clien…
The student nurse is creating a poster…
The nurse is assessing the newborn at…
The nurse is assessing a newborn baby…
C ... An assessment finding that indicates a problem with the ca…
A C D ... The ductus​ venosus, foramen ovale and ductus arterios…
A B E... At​ birth, once the umbilical cord is​ cut, the neonate…
C... The second period of reactivity lasts approximately 4 hr. D…
The nurse is assessing a newborn clien…
C ... An assessment finding that indicates a problem with the ca…
The student nurse is creating a poster…
A C D ... The ductus​ venosus, foramen ovale and ductus arterios…
96 terms
PCCII T1 MNL Intrapartum Care
A nurse is caring for a client going i…
The nurse is caring for a pregnant cli…
The nurse is assessing the power of th…
B... During the fourth stage of​ labor, the uterus should be fir…
C... There are several ways in which the nurse can support a lab…
D... Cervical effacement refers to the shortening or thinning of…
A nurse is caring for a client going i…
B... During the fourth stage of​ labor, the uterus should be fir…
The nurse is caring for a pregnant cli…
C... There are several ways in which the nurse can support a lab…
PCCII Exam 4: Cardiac Drugs
HTN drug categories
RAAS suppressants
ACE inhibitors, ARBs, and Direct renin…
Orthostatic hypoTN, hyperkalemia, neut…
-RAAS suppressants... -Calcium channel blockers... -Sympatholytics…
-ACE inhibitors... -ARBs... -Aldosterone antagonists... -Direct renin…
Promote vasodilation, excretion of sodium and water, and rete…
ACE inhibitor adverse effects
HTN drug categories
-RAAS suppressants... -Calcium channel blockers... -Sympatholytics…
RAAS suppressants
-ACE inhibitors... -ARBs... -Aldosterone antagonists... -Direct renin…
PCC II Exam 3
The nurse is reviewing laboratory resu…
The nurse teaches a 38-year-old man wh…
The nurse instructs a 22-year-old fema…
Which patient with type 1 diabetes mel…
A... Criteria for a diagnosis of diabetes mellitus include a hem…
A... Intermediate-acting insulin and combination premixed insuli…
B... The risk for alcohol-induced hypoglycemia is reduced by eat…
B... Hypoglycemic unawareness is a condition in which a person d…
The nurse is reviewing laboratory resu…
A... Criteria for a diagnosis of diabetes mellitus include a hem…
The nurse teaches a 38-year-old man wh…
A... Intermediate-acting insulin and combination premixed insuli…
Enteral Nutrition
Enteral Nutrition
Enteral nutrition requires
Routes for Enteral Feedings
The routes for enteral feedings include
...
adequate small bowel function with digestion, absorption, and…
...
oral, gastric by nasogastric tube or gastrostomy, and small i…
Enteral Nutrition
...
Enteral nutrition requires
adequate small bowel function with digestion, absorption, and…
PCC II Exam 4
A 73-year-old female patient who lives…
The nurse cares for a 50-year-old pati…
To promote airway clearance in a patie…
The nurse is caring for a patient admi…
A... Confusion or stupor (related to hypoxia) may be the only cl…
C... A sputum specimen for culture and Gram stain to identify th…
A,B,E... Maintaining adequate fluid intake liquefies secretions,…
A... Because the patient has spiked a temperature and has a diag…
A 73-year-old female patient who lives…
A... Confusion or stupor (related to hypoxia) may be the only cl…
The nurse cares for a 50-year-old pati…
C... A sputum specimen for culture and Gram stain to identify th…
19 terms
Dentinal Bonding
Microleakage is the passage of _____…
Microleakage causes what 4 things
Pulpal irritation is more likely cau…
Dentin Contains... 1. ____ tissue and sub…
Bacteria and their Toxins
1. Sensitivity... 2. Recurrent Caries... 3. Irritation and Inflamma…
Bacteria > Chemical Toxicity of restorative materials
1. VITAL tissue and subject to Change... 2. A substantial a…
Microleakage is the passage of _____…
Bacteria and their Toxins
Microleakage causes what 4 things
1. Sensitivity... 2. Recurrent Caries... 3. Irritation and Inflamma…
49 terms
Amalgam & Composite
What is the most important element of…
Small changes in what element can caus…
Formula of Lathe Cut Amalgam
Formula of Spherical Amalgam
Tin
Tin
AgSn
AgCu
What is the most important element of…
Tin
Small changes in what element can caus…
Tin
66 terms
Jennys Quiz
What is the minimal intercuspal width…
What are two reasons the buccal-lingua…
Where is the pulpal floor of the occlu…
Where is the pupal floor of the occlus…
the width of the 256 bur... One fifth the distance from the tip…
Retention... So you can condense the amalgam, ensuring the resto…
0.5 mm into the dentin
1.7-2.1 mm
What is the minimal intercuspal width…
the width of the 256 bur... One fifth the distance from the tip…
What are two reasons the buccal-lingua…
Retention... So you can condense the amalgam, ensuring the resto…
Parental Fluid Therapy
Goals of parental fluid therapy are:
Ways to Classify Types of IV Fluids ba…
Isotonic Solutions-The number of parti…
Isotonic Solutions;
-Provide water, electrolytes and nutrients-... -Replace water an…
concentration of a solution that effects the movement of wate…
approximates the number of particles in a solution on the oth…
Normal saline (NS, 0.9%, NaCl)-... -Lactated ringers (LR)
Goals of parental fluid therapy are:
-Provide water, electrolytes and nutrients-... -Replace water an…
Ways to Classify Types of IV Fluids ba…
concentration of a solution that effects the movement of wate…
26 terms
Dental Adhesion (ENAMEL BONDING)
What are the 2 effects of increased ad…
3 Classifications of Adhesion and Stre…
The formation of a good bond needs wha…
When does complete wetting occur?
1. Increased retention... 2. Decreased microleakage
1. Mechanical bonding (strong)... - Interlocking (undercuts,…
1. Good wetting... 2. Clean surfaces
When the contact angle is 0
What are the 2 effects of increased ad…
1. Increased retention... 2. Decreased microleakage
3 Classifications of Adhesion and Stre…
1. Mechanical bonding (strong)... - Interlocking (undercuts,…
Electrolyte Imbalances
Fluid and electrolyte balance
Nurses role is to
Body Fluid Composition of adult __, el…
Fluid Compartments are the ICF and the…
Important part of homeostasis. Fluids are in constant motion,…
Help prevent and treat fluid and electrolyte imbalances
--Average adult 60% of body is water... --elderly 50-55% of body…
Intracellular (ICF)-within the cells - about two-thirds. ... Ext…
Fluid and electrolyte balance
Important part of homeostasis. Fluids are in constant motion,…
Nurses role is to
Help prevent and treat fluid and electrolyte imbalances
21 terms
Glass Ionomer
4 Advantages of GI
Advantages of Resin Ionomer... 4 for glas…
In a fully set Glass Ionomer:... 1.How d…
In GI matrix maturing, what happens if…
1. Adhesion to dentin and enamel by CHEMICAL BOND... 2. Stops Mi…
GI ... 1. Cariostatic properties... 2. Low thermal expansion ... 3.…
1. Matures when Al ions (released very slowly) form a *polysa…
GI retains opaque appearance... this can be caused by early w…
4 Advantages of GI
1. Adhesion to dentin and enamel by CHEMICAL BOND... 2. Stops Mi…
Advantages of Resin Ionomer... 4 for glas…
GI ... 1. Cariostatic properties... 2. Low thermal expansion ... 3.…
18 terms
Free online NCLEX Review for the Complete Idiot. LVN/LPN. Types of Bone Fractures: Greenstick, Fissured, Comminuted, Oblique, Spiral, Pathological, Stress, etc.
Greenstick fracture
Fissured fracture
Comminuted fracture
Transverse fracture
Kids get this type of fracture. It is splintered and bent:
This is an incomplete fracture. aka 'Hairline'. It is located…
This type of fracture has more than two fragments of bone tha…
The break occurs at a right angle to the axis of the bone:
Greenstick fracture
Kids get this type of fracture. It is splintered and bent:
Fissured fracture
This is an incomplete fracture. aka 'Hairline'. It is located…
37 terms
Musculoskeletal Nursing (Fractures)
Which is more severe?... Pt. fell in an…
Types of Fractures:
Open vs. Closed
Fractures... Indications/Complications
Pt. 2
-Transverse: the line of the fracture extends across the bone…
Open fracture has damage to the skin normally with bone protr…
Indications: swelling, pain, bone protruding, immobility brui…
Which is more severe?... Pt. fell in an…
Pt. 2
Types of Fractures:
-Transverse: the line of the fracture extends across the bone…
Iggy Ch 71: Care of Patients with Acute Kidney Injury & Chronic Kidney Disease (2 of 2)
--- CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE [CKD] ---
--- PATHOPHYSIOLOGY ---
Key terms
...
CKD is a progressive, irreversible disorder and kidney functi…
azotemia - build up of nitrogen-based wastes in blood;
--- CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE [CKD] ---
...
--- PATHOPHYSIOLOGY ---
CKD is a progressive, irreversible disorder and kidney functi…
ATI Chapter 20: Meds affecting Blood Pressure
ACE Inhibitors
Purpose of ACE inhibitors
AE of ACE inhibitors
Drugs to avoid with ACE inhibitors
"PRILS"... captopril... enalipril... lisinopril
vasodilation... excretion of Na and water, retention of K+... used…
first dose orthostatic hypotension--stop taking diuretics for…
Diuretics--temporarily stop 2-3 days before starting drug... Ant…
ACE Inhibitors
"PRILS"... captopril... enalipril... lisinopril
Purpose of ACE inhibitors
vasodilation... excretion of Na and water, retention of K+... used…
19 terms
Exam 4, Chpt 18, Osteoarthritis, IGGY (Kaltura)
Rheumatic disease involves ___ part of…
Autoimmune disorders
Arthritis... -Inflammatory vs non inflamm…
Clinical manifestations of Osteoarthri…
any
the body fights against itself
Inflammation in minimum of one joint... • Non-inflammatory (loca…
- Chronic pain... - Progressive joint deterioration = decreased…
Rheumatic disease involves ___ part of…
any
Autoimmune disorders
the body fights against itself
30 terms
Chapter 68 - Care of Patients with Acute Kidney Injury and Chronic Kidney Disease
The nurse wishes to reduce the inciden…
While assisting a client during perito…
When caring for a client with acute ki…
Which instruction by the nurse will he…
Contrast dye is severely nephrotoxic, and other options can b…
With peritoneal dialysis, usually 1 to 2 L of dialysate is in…
Infection is a major complication of temporary catheters. All…
Kidney failure causes hyperphosphatemia; this client must res…
The nurse wishes to reduce the inciden…
Contrast dye is severely nephrotoxic, and other options can b…
While assisting a client during perito…
With peritoneal dialysis, usually 1 to 2 L of dialysate is in…
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