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38 terms
HPA staff 2016
Lori Pitts
McKenzie Price
Amanda McMahon
Janet Bastian
1st
1st
1st
2nd
Lori Pitts
1st
McKenzie Price
1st
13 terms
Heart Anatomy Pictures
Vena Cava
Right Atrium
Tricuspid Valve
Right Ventricle
Vena Cava
Right Atrium
12 terms
Cranial Nerves
Olfactory (I)
Optic (II)
Oculomotor (III)
Trochlear (IV)
Sense of Smell (Special Sensory Visceral)
Vision (Special Somatic Sensory)
Three Rectus Muscles (Superior, Medial, Inferior) of the Eye,…
Superior Oblique Muscle (Somatic Motor)
Olfactory (I)
Sense of Smell (Special Sensory Visceral)
Optic (II)
Vision (Special Somatic Sensory)
15 terms
HPA Exam #1
What is pathophysiology?
What is the nursing process?
What are the 5 steps in the nursing pr…
What is the assessment?
looks at the specific malfunctioning that comes from or cause…
organized and systematic problem solving for giving individua…
Assessment... Diagnosis... Planning... Interventions... Evaluation
systematically collect, validate, organize and communicate th…
What is pathophysiology?
looks at the specific malfunctioning that comes from or cause…
What is the nursing process?
organized and systematic problem solving for giving individua…
108 terms
Ch. 14 Digestive System Anatomy
Hard Palate
Soft Palate
Uvula
Palatine Tonsils
Letter A represents
Letter B represents
Leter C represents
Letter D represents
Hard Palate
Letter A represents
Soft Palate
Letter B represents
36 terms
Medical Careers ~ HPA
Gross anatomy is taken what year of me…
When is pathophysiology taken?
When is the usmle step 1 test taken
T/f- after med school you obtain an MD
First
2nd year of led school
End of 2nd year
True
Gross anatomy is taken what year of me…
First
When is pathophysiology taken?
2nd year of led school
183 terms
PMHNP Boards
Sleep circuit
Sleep stages
SLAP
IS PATH WARM - suicide
ventrolateral preoptic nucleus (VLPN) in hypothalamus inhibit…
Stage 1-4 are progressively deeper stages of non-REM sleep... RE…
Suicide assessment:... -Specific plan... -Leathality of suicide met…
I-suicidal ideation... S- substance abuse... P-purposelessness... A-An…
Sleep circuit
ventrolateral preoptic nucleus (VLPN) in hypothalamus inhibit…
Sleep stages
Stage 1-4 are progressively deeper stages of non-REM sleep... RE…
54 terms
Endocrine Part 2: ReLoaded
Endocrine glands secrete hormones
Function of endocrine glands
Control of the endocrine system is ach…
Hormones are
directly into the blood
Communication... Control... Integration via Neuroendocrine system t…
stimulation or inhibition of horomones
specific chemical messengers that act on specific receptors(o…
Endocrine glands secrete hormones
directly into the blood
Function of endocrine glands
Communication... Control... Integration via Neuroendocrine system t…
40 terms
ABUSE QUIZ 1
Role of RN in domestic violence
exertion of physical force so as to in…
effects of violence on families
RN responsibilities for reporting abuse
identification, treatment, prevention, research, initiating,…
violence
PTSD; DEPRESSION; alteration in HPA AXIS and immune function…
phone; written report must be sent within 2 working days afte…
Role of RN in domestic violence
identification, treatment, prevention, research, initiating,…
exertion of physical force so as to in…
violence
27 terms
N2221 W10 CRNBC
CRNBC role
Standards
Indicators
Professional standards
Registration... Competencies... Standards... Nursing education program…
Expected and achievable level of performance against which ac…
Specific criteria for meeting each professional standard
Professional Accountability and Responsibility... Knowledge-Base…
CRNBC role
Registration... Competencies... Standards... Nursing education program…
Standards
Expected and achievable level of performance against which ac…
46 terms
Histology Lab Photo Quiz
hyaline cartilage
stratified squamous epithelium
compact bone
simple ciliated columnar epithelium
hyaline cartilage
stratified squamous epithelium
49 terms
Chapter 23 Respiratory System
Name the three basic processes of ... res…
Define intrapleural and alveolar press…
Define the term compliance and explain…
Explain the process of surface tension…
(1) Pulmonary Ventilation- The inhalation and exhalation of a…
Intrapleural pressure- The pressure between the two pleural l…
Compliance- How much effort is required to stretch the lungs…
A thin layer of alveolar fluid coats the luminal surface of a…
Name the three basic processes of ... res…
(1) Pulmonary Ventilation- The inhalation and exhalation of a…
Define intrapleural and alveolar press…
Intrapleural pressure- The pressure between the two pleural l…
Week 5: CRNBC Overview--Foundations for Nursing Practice
What is the College and what does it do?
What is the Professional Association a…
What is the Union and what does it do?
What is the CRNBC Mandate?
-College of Registered Nurses of British Colombia (CRNBC)... -Ca…
-Association of Registered Nurses of British Columbia... -Advanc…
-British Columbia Nurses' Union... -Protects and advances the he…
-Protecting the public through regulation of registered nurse…
What is the College and what does it do?
-College of Registered Nurses of British Colombia (CRNBC)... -Ca…
What is the Professional Association a…
-Association of Registered Nurses of British Columbia... -Advanc…
314 sleep, mental health, stress
What is NREM sleep?
what is REM Sleep?
sleep patterns of newborns?
Sleep patterns of infants?
Stage I ... Transition stage; readily awakened... Feels drowsy and…
Occurs about every 90 minutes but only lasts 5-10 minutes... Dre…
Sleep 16 to 18 hours a day... Periods of 1 to 3 hours spent awak…
Awaken every 3 to 4 hours, eat, and then go back to sleep... 14-…
What is NREM sleep?
Stage I ... Transition stage; readily awakened... Feels drowsy and…
what is REM Sleep?
Occurs about every 90 minutes but only lasts 5-10 minutes... Dre…
82 terms
Legal Aspects of Nursing Slides (6)
What are 4 important factors of law in…
RNs legally take orders from which 6 H…
What are 3 legal limits on nursing in…
What are the 3 sources of law in Canada?
1. provides legal boundaries of nursing care... 2. highlights re…
1. physicians... 2. NPs... 3. dentists... 4. podiatrists... 5. midwives... 6…
1. sources of law... 2. professional regulation... 3. standards of…
1. common law... 2. civil law... 3. statute law
What are 4 important factors of law in…
1. provides legal boundaries of nursing care... 2. highlights re…
RNs legally take orders from which 6 H…
1. physicians... 2. NPs... 3. dentists... 4. podiatrists... 5. midwives... 6…
26 terms
Exam 2
deontological
utilitarian
Greene study
Clark & Finkel study
morally wrong to intervene (don't flip switch - more activate…
ends justify the means (switch track - DLPFC activates cognit…
brain scan while making decision (DMPFC activates in more per…
people with a communal (reciprocal trusting) relationship exp…
deontological
morally wrong to intervene (don't flip switch - more activate…
utilitarian
ends justify the means (switch track - DLPFC activates cognit…
40 terms
NST 11 Final
What are different classes of hormones?
Hormones exert their functions through…
How a toxicant might cause endocrine d…
What is HPG (hypothalamus-pituitary-go…
- Proteins and Peptides... - Lipids (steroids, eicosanoids)... - Am…
- Water soluble: peptide hormones, insulin, growth hormone, c…
- Altering hormone levels, ... - Binding to receptors,... - Blockin…
...
What are different classes of hormones?
- Proteins and Peptides... - Lipids (steroids, eicosanoids)... - Am…
Hormones exert their functions through…
- Water soluble: peptide hormones, insulin, growth hormone, c…
57 terms
NST 11 Final Exam
What is an example of an oncogene that…
What is an example of a tumor-suppress…
What are the three primary mechanisms…
How does chronic non-resolving inflamm…
RAS
p53
1. ATP depletion... 2. Sustained rise in intracellular Ca2+... 3. O…
1. Toxicant continues to cause cell death so macrophages cont…
What is an example of an oncogene that…
RAS
What is an example of a tumor-suppress…
p53
12 terms
12 Cranial Nerves
Olfactory
Optic
Oculomotor
Trochlear
Number: 1... Type: Sensory... Function: Sense of Smell
Number: 2... Type: Sensory... Function: Vision
Number: 3... Type: Motor... Function: Raise eyelids, move eyes, r…
Number: 4... Type: Motor... Function: Eye movements, proprioception
Olfactory
Number: 1... Type: Sensory... Function: Sense of Smell
Optic
Number: 2... Type: Sensory... Function: Vision
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