Adult Health I- Test 3
...may be related to oral cancer metastasis. - Weight loss #8. Maintain airway Protect surgical incision site to avoid infection Pain relief Nutrition promotion ...
Boosh_75|7 years ago|±0|112 views
exam 4 nursing 3
...fragmentsClosed: manipulation and manual tractionOpen: surgical approachImmobilization: after reduction, bone...Closed: manipulation and manual traction• Open: surgical approach• Immobilization: after reduction, bone...
kyrasjade|6 years ago|±0|582 views
#1. hypoglycemia - rapid onset. caused by not enough PO intake, too much insulin, exercise, lipodystrophy #2. goals for diabetes management - reduce symptoms promote well-being prevent ac...
Akosua_Ruby|3 years ago|±0|89 views
Medical-surgical Nursing: Patient-centered Collaborative Care
mwariri|7 years ago|±0|258 views
Medical surgical nursing
...noninvasive, uses sound waves Use to detect osteomyelitis soft tissue disorders joint injuries and surgical hardware placement #54. EMG - Nerve conduction study Electrical shocks to nerves and muscles any...
pbrobsst|9 years ago|±0|903 views
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|6 years ago|+1|60 views
Inflammatory Cardiac Disorders
#1. The client is diagnosed with pericarditis. Which are the most common signs/symptoms the nurse would expect to find when assessing the client? 1. Pulsus paradoxus.2. Complaints of fatigue and ...
nursingschoollife|9 months ago|±0|162 views
Ch 35 Practice Questions
...immune function if the patient has undergone surgical removal of which of the following?A) Thyroid...KidneyD) Pancreas - Ans: B Feedback: A history of surgical removal of the spleen, lymph nodes, or thymus...
focusonme0820|5 years ago|±0|1,615 views
Respiratory Chapters questions
#1. T/F People who are obese have a higher percent of body fluid than those who are thin - False #2. T/F Na+ is important in regulating the volume of body fluid because Na+ concentration affects the ...
lsokol04|8 years ago|+3|196 views
Ch 15 practice questions
...additional treatment option that uses an extensive surgical approach to treat the local recurrence of a cancer...receptacle. - Ans: D Feedback: The nurse should use surgical gloves and disposable long-sleeved gowns when...
focusonme0820|5 years ago|+2|3,260 views
Ch 32 Hematologic and pharmacology
...erythrocyte destruction, and impaired erythrocyte production. #57. The client had stomach cancer and a surgical removal of his stomach several years ago. The physician prescribed cyanocobalamin (Crystamine)...
focusonme0820|5 years ago|±0|4,280 views
Ch 31 Hypertension
#1. 1. An older adult is newly diagnosed with primary hypertension and has just been started on a beta-blocker. The nurse’s health education should include which of the following?A) Increasing flu...
focusonme0820|5 years ago|±0|3,765 views
#19. 19. A patient who has undergone a femoral to popliteal bypass graft surgery returns to the surgical unit. Which assessments should the nurse perform during the first postoperative day?A) Assess...
focusonme0820|5 years ago|±0|2,215 views