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...
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#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...
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#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...
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Ch 35 Practice Questions
#1. 1. A woman has been diagnosed with breast cancer and is being treated aggressively with a chemotherapeutic regimen. As a result of this regimen, she has an inability to fight infection due to ...
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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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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...
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260 Test 1
#1. What are the expected findings for lupus? - Fatigue, alopecia, blurred vision, weight loss, depression, joint pain and swelling #2. What meds are used for Lupus? - NSAID for inflammation ...
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Cardiac Chapters - game
#1. T/F The AV node relays electrical impulses from the atria to the ventricles. - True #2. During _______________, the heart chambers fill with blood in preparation for ejection - Diastole #3. Th...
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#1. 1. The nurse is taking a health history of a new patient. The patient reports experiencing pain in his left lower leg and foot when walking. This pain is relieved with rest. The nurse notes th...
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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...
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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...
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260 test 2
#1. what is Na+ expected range ? - 136 to 145 mEq/L #2. what is Ca expected range ? - 9 to 10.5 mEq/L #3. What is K expected range? - 3.5 to 5 mEq/L #4. what is Mg expected range ? - 1.3 to 2.1 mE...
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