gall bladder disease
#1. incidence high in - women over 40yrs. of age #2. risk factors - obesity, sedentary lifestyle family history pregnancy #3. characteristics of cholelithiasis - alteration in balance that k...
Akosua_Ruby|7 months ago|±0|2 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|4 years ago|±0|133 views
Ch 25 Cardio Assessment
#1. 1. A nurse is describing the process by which blood is ejected into circulation as the chambers of the heart become smaller. The instructor categorizes this action of the heart as what?A) Sy...
focusonme0820|3 years ago|±0|140 views
Med Surg Key Terms - 36-38
#1. Acute arterial occlusions: - the sudden blockage of an artery, typically in the lower extremity, in the patient with chronic peripheral arterial disease. #2. Acute Coronary Syndrom...
Elaine_Elaine|3 weeks ago|±0|1 view
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|8 months ago|±0|11 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. ...
Akosua_Ruby|9 months ago|±0|12 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|4 years ago|±0|68 views
Adult Health I- Test 3
Assessment of GI System and Care of Patients with GI Disorders
Boosh_75|5 years ago|±0|101 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|64 views
#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. ...
pmerrill87|6 years ago|±0|92 views
Adult Health I- Test 1
Acid/base balance and perioperative care
Boosh_75|5 years ago|±0|227 views
labs and meds summary respiratory and neuro
#1. sputum sample for acid-fast bacillus - to check for bacteria that causes TB it is done 3 times with morning sputum on 3 different days in a row #2. glucose - 70-120mg/dl it can increaes i...
Akosua_Ruby|9 months ago|±0|9 views
#1. causes of hepatitis - viral hepatits A, B, C most common chemical drugs autoimmune hepatitis nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH): fatty build up in liver not caused by alcohol #2. chemi...
Akosua_Ruby|7 months ago|±0|6 views