Neuro, breasts, and female GU
For health assessment 2 (nursing), the neurologic, breast, and female genitourinary system is covered.
sammiellama|9 years ago|±0|142 views
Medicine: Rapid Interpretation: Hypertrophy
#1. what does hypertrophy refer to usually - increase in size (muscle mass in this case #2. what does the hypertrophy of a chamber of the heart refer to - increase in thickness of wall of that chamb...
jgaversa5|9 years ago|±0|29 views
Medicine: Rapid Interpretation Infarction
#1. what does myocardial infarction result from - occlusion of coronary artery #2. when does myocardial infarction normally happen - coronary artery to left ventricle becomes occlused, producing an ...
jgaversa5|9 years ago|±0|36 views
Medicine: Rapid Interpretation Axis
#1. what does axis refer to - direction of depolarization which spreads throughout the heart to stimulate the muscle fibers to contract #2. what do we use to demonstrate the direction of electrical a...
jgaversa5|9 years ago|±0|33 views
Medicine: Rapid Interpretation Rate
#1. what normally sets the rate of the heart - SA node #2. wher eis the SA node - posterior wall of right atrium #3. what can take over if the SA node is not working properly - potential pacemakers...
jgaversa5|9 years ago|±0|24 views
Medicine: Rapid Interpretation Basics
#1. are resting myocardial cells se at negative of positive potentials - negative #2. how are resting myocardial cells induced to contract - depolarization #3. is contraction simulatneous with depol...
jgaversa5|9 years ago|±0|55 views
Medicine: Rapid Interpretation Rhythm
#1. what is the best tool for showing arrythmias - EKG #2. what is the intiator of pacemaker acitvity - SA node #3. what are the 3 conduction pathways of the heart (directionally) - anterior intern...
jgaversa5|9 years ago|±0|141 views
ABG Testing and O2 Saturation
#1. Acid-Base Blood Gas Information - pH, PCO2, and HCO3 #2. Oxygenation Information, oxyhemoglobin and pulse oximeter - PO2 and SO2, PaO2 and SaO2, a= arterial #3. blood gas - represents the acid/...
Pmborton|4 years ago|±0|17 views
#1. toxicology - the study of adverse effects of xenobiotics in humans #2. xenobiotics - chemicals and drugs not normally found or produced in the body; exogenous agents that may have adverse effe...
Pmborton|7 months ago|±0|3 views
Abnormal Findings (Chapter 13 | Head, Face, and Neck, Including Regional Lymphatics)
Tables 13-1, 13-2, 13-3, 13-4, 13-5
Kerstin_Agustin28|6 years ago|±0|213 views
#1. cancer - autonomous growth of tissue #2. neoplasm - solid mass or tumor #3. oncogenes - promote proliferation of normal cells #4. tumor-suppressor genes - counter-balance of oncogenes #5. tumo...
Pmborton|7 months ago|±0|5 views
Assessment Techniques and the Clinical Setting
#1. Characteristics of Percussion - Resonant Hypperresonant Tympany Dull Flat #2. Where does the physical exam begin and why? - the hands because: They are easy to reach at any position They r...
Rachel_Escosia|5 years ago|±0|91 views
Mental Status Assessment
#1. Define Mental Status - A person's emotional and cognitive functioning #2. Define Mental Disorder - Significant behavioral and psychological patterns associated with: distress- a painful symp...
Rachel_Escosia|5 years ago|±0|97 views