#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|6 years ago|±0|88 views
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|5 years ago|±0|72 views
Adult Health I- Test 3
Assessment of GI System and Care of Patients with GI Disorders
Boosh_75|6 years ago|±0|103 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|1 year ago|±0|13 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|1 year ago|±0|8 views
meds and labs oncology
#1. normal WBC. could be high in what condition? low in what condition - 4,00-10,000 (4-10K/ml) leukemia bone marrow suppression from chemo, leukemia, lymphoma #2. what medication can be given ...
Akosua_Ruby|1 year ago|±0|5 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|5 years ago|+1|136 views
#1. what is TURP? what is it done for? what other procedure is done for a BPH - TURP is a surgery done to remove and cauterize the prostate tissue through the urethra. open prostatectomy #2. what i...
Akosua_Ruby|1 year ago|±0|14 views
Chapter 5 Homeostasis
#1. Stressors - Changes with the potential to disturb equilibrium (Factors that cause stress) #2. Homeostasis - relatively stable state of physiologic equilibrium. body adjust and readjust...
asianna40|4 years ago|±0|114 views
#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|1 year ago|±0|11 views
#1. Gerd - The most common GI disorder in the US is the result of reflux of GI contents into the esophagus. #2. Key features of Gastroesophageal disease include - -Dyspepsia regurgitation -coughing...
pmerrill87|6 years ago|±0|67 views