ABGs lab values
#1. pH - 7.35 - 7.45 #2. paO2 - 80 – 100 mm Hg #3. paCO2 - 35 – 45 mm Hg #4. HCO3 - 22 – 26 mEq/L #5. SaO2 - 95 – 100%
buba|7 years ago|±0|88 views
nursing are of patients with gastrointestinal problems
#1. what are the risk factors for GERD - hiatal hernia smoking, caffeine, alcohol incompetent LES #2. what are obesity and pregnancy a risk factor for GERD? - because both cause an increase in...
Akosua_Ruby|3 years ago|±0|45 views
#1. why is UTI more common in women? and what bacteria is the most common cause? the upper affects________ the lower affects______ - because the urethra is close to the vagina and renal area. ...
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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|7 years ago|+1|65 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)
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#1. Gastritis - The inflammation of the gastric mucosa #2. Long term NSAID use side effect - Creates a high risk for acute gastritis. NSAIDS inhibit prostaglandin production in the mucosal barrier. ...
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Care of Patients with Inflammatory Intestinal Disorders
Ecassar|8 years ago|±0|77 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|8 years ago|±0|39 views
#1. Type 1 Diabetes - characterized by a total deficit of circulating insulin #2. Type 2 Diabetes - characterized by insulin resistance 90% have type 2 #3. What does DM cause? - End stage renal Dz...
brewcrew30|7 years ago|+1|149 views
Nursing 3 midterm
#1. PERIPHERAL ARTERY DISEASE - Path: Occlusion in the arteries (segments extending from the aorta below the renal arteries to the popliteal artery) from arteriosclerosis and atherosclerosis•Nico...
kyrasjade|7 years ago|±0|192 views
Respiratory Disorders (Cancer of the Larynx)
#1. 61. The nurse is admitting a client with a diagnosis of rule-out cancer of the larynx. Which information should the nurse teach?1. Demonstrate the proper method of garglingwith normal saline...
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#1. surgical settings - inpatient: same day admission. admitted after surgery ambulatory (outpatient): surgery usually <2hrs, less than 24hr recovery. usually discharged 3-4hrs after surgery...
Akosua_Ruby|4 years ago|±0|20 views
#1. initial assessment - Airway: make sure it's not blocked Breathing: check respiration and chest for movement Circulation: capillary refill, color #2. care in PACU (initial assessment) -...
Akosua_Ruby|4 years ago|±0|21 views