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|2 years ago|±0|16 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|2 years ago|±0|26 views
#1. growth hormone excess - most common cause is benign pituitary tumor #2. gigantism - excess growth in children. epiphyseal plate still open. #3. acromegaly - in adults. clinical manifestation ...
Akosua_Ruby|2 years ago|±0|34 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|2 years ago|±0|28 views
Case VF/pulseless VT
#1. What drug is not used in the treatment of VF? - Vasopresson #2. How often should you rotate compressors? - 2 minutes #3. If no advanced airway what is the compressors ventilation rate? - 30:2 #...
Amanda_Nicole_Wiggins|1 year ago|±0|6 views
#1. Bone injuries are repaired in stages - 1. Hematoma formation occurs when damaged vessels hemorrhage. Fibrin and platelets within the hematoma form a meshwork. Hematopoietic growth factors, suc...
celsal|6 years ago|±0|65 views
#1. how big are most RBCs - 7.4 microns in diameter #2. what are the two types of hemolytic - underproduction or hemolytic #3. what is polycythemia due to - underdilution of blood or reactive produ...
jgaversa5|8 years ago|±0|154 views
Path Lecture: Pulmonary Disease 7
#1. do all heavy smokers get lung cancer - no only 10% #2. how much does asbestos exposure increase lung cancer risk in nonsmokers - 5 times #3. how much does asbestos exposure increase lung cancer ...
jgaversa5|8 years ago|+1|54 views
Path Lab Block I: Cell Death, Inflammation, Neoplasia
#1. what is this tissue what is being pointd out by top arrow bottom arrow - heart epicardium myocardium #2. top? right? - top: mesothelila cells right: where epicardial space would be #3. top - en...
jgaversa5|8 years ago|±0|78 views
#1. what is regeneration - growth of cells to replace lost tissues #2. what is healing - a reparative tissue response to a wound, inflammation or necrosis, often leads to fibrosis #3. what happens i...
jgaversa5|8 years ago|±0|75 views
#1. what lines the arteries and capillaries along the smooth msucle - endothelial cells #2. left and right - left is artery right is vein #3. what are the compoents of blood vessels - intima media ...
jgaversa5|8 years ago|±0|121 views