specific cancers and nursing interventions 2
#1. kidney cancer characteristics - arise from cortex or pelvis renal carcinoma most common twice as common in males (50-70) #2. risk factors of kidney cancer - smoking family history, obesity,...
Akosua_Ruby|8 months ago|±0|2 views
#1. most common cause of pancreatitis - alcohol gall stones #2. other causes of pancreatitis - smoking, trauma, post ERCP viral infection (HIV) corticosteroids, other medications (oral contra...
Akosua_Ruby|7 months ago|±0|2 views
labs and meds summary for musculoskeletal and renal
#1. 80% of patients with rheumatoid arthritits have a positive...... - rheumatoid factor #2. shows there is an inflammation present in the body but not specific as to where.... - erythrocyte sedi...
Akosua_Ruby|8 months ago|±0|5 views
#1. How can bones be classified by shape? - Long bones, short bones, flat bones, irregular bones and seasmoid bones #2. Where does hematopoiesis occur? - it occurs in the red bone marrow #3. What is...
NHeck|5 years ago|±0|83 views
nursing care of patients with cancer
#1. cancer with the highest incidence among women? and men? - breast cancer (29%) prostate cancer #2. define dynamic equilibrium? - cell death = cell growth. cells are dying as equal as they are g...
Akosua_Ruby|8 months ago|±0|8 views
#1. What are some non-surgical interventions done for peritonitis? - IV fluids and broad-spectrum antibiotics Monitor daily weight Monitor I&O NGT decompression NPO diet Pain medication #2. Define...
murtauv1|6 years ago|±0|29 views
nursing care of patients with HIV
#1. transmission of HIV - can be transmitted within a few days of becoming infected unprotected sex with infected individual is most common!!! exposure to infected blood or blood products p...
Akosua_Ruby|7 months ago|±0|5 views
specific cancers and nursing interventions
#1. the ABCDE rule for all types of skin cancer - Asymmetry Border irregularity Color changes Diameter (6mm) Evolving in appearance #2. the color of a mole should be what? - tan, brown, or black...
Akosua_Ruby|8 months ago|±0|6 views
nursing care for patients with STIs
#1. bacterial STIs - chlamydia gonorrhea syphilis #2. viral STIs - genital herpes(HSV - have it for life) genital warts (HPV - treatment for it, goes away but can come back) hepatitis B&C...
Akosua_Ruby|7 months ago|±0|3 views
#1. RBCs - Fe: 3.8 – 5.1 million/uL Ma: 4.3 – 5.7 million/uL ↓ w/anemia #2. Hgb - Fe: 11.7 – 15.5 g/dL Ma: 13.2 – 17.3 g/dL ↓ w/anemia #3. Hct - Fe: 35 – 47% M...
buba|4 years ago|±0|47 views
COAGs lab values
#1. PT - 11 – 16 sec, 85 – 100% #2. aPTT - 1.5 – 2 times normal range of 25 – 35 seconds for anticoagulation w/heparin #3. INR - 0.8-1.1 (2 – 3 or more for therapeutic)
buba|4 years ago|±0|34 views
URINALYSIS lab values
#1. Spec. Gravity - 1.003 - 1.030 high w/dehydration low w/exc diuresis #2. pH - 4.0 - 8.0 high w/UTI low w/acidosis #3. Protein - 0 - trace high w/kidney disease #4. Glucose - None high w/D...
buba|4 years ago|±0|47 views