Pharmacology: The Autonomic Nervous System
#1. Endocrine System - Sends signals to target tissues by varying the levels of bloodborne hormones #2. Nervous System - Exert its influence by the rapid transmission of electrical impulses over ner...
ashmookler|8 years ago|±0|1,705 views
Pharmacology: Cholinergic Antagonists
#1. Cholinergic Antagonist are also called - cholinergic blockers parasympatholytics anticholinergic #2. What do Cholinergic Antagonists due? - bind to cholinoceptors, but do not trigger the usual r...
ashmookler|8 years ago|+1|908 views
HESI A2 - Endocrine, Misc Cards
Notes made per HESI recommended Hints for chapter reviews. NWACC Student Notes, PreNursing HESI admission test...
arichardson68|5 years ago|±0|758 views
Pharmacology: Cholinergic Agonist
...potential Transported back into cell where it is transformed into acetylcholine and stored #16. Review of the 6 steps of Cholinergic Neurotransmission - 1. Acetylcholine synthesis • Formed by reaction...
ashmookler|8 years ago|±0|1,904 views
HESI A2 A&P Important Terminology
Body directions and subdivisions of the body. Histology.
arichardson68|5 years ago|+1|758 views
HESI A2- Anterior Skeleton (Figure 7-4 adjusted for notes)-Admission Assessment Exam Review
***HESI Hint*** (Construct flash cards for learning the names, locations, and other features of bones and bone markings. Time and practice are more successful learning strategies than trying to “ge...
arichardson68|5 years ago|±0|926 views
Chapter 3: Sodium and Chloride Imbalances
...to actual increase in sodium #33. A nurse is preparing to administer IV 3% NaCl saline solution to a...developing fluid volume deficit and hyponatremia and prepares to infuse IV 0.9% saline solution 750 mL at...
mens05|3 years ago|±0|398 views
Medicine: Lung Neoplasms
#1. what are the lung neoplasms of note - lung cancer other lung neoplasms mediastinal tumors pleural tumors #2. are men or women more likely to get lung cancer - men #3. what is the biggest risk fa...
jgaversa5|7 years ago|±0|29 views
Medicine: Pediatric Ortho Problems
#1. in pediatric orthopedics problems, what are the main underlying issues - developmental abnormalities infection tumors of MS system TRAUMA #2. what probably happened to lead to this if it is in a ...
jgaversa5|7 years ago|±0|39 views
Medicine: Cardiac Radiology
#1. whats wrong here - nothing, normal CXR #2. whats going on here - nothing, normal CXR lateral corresponding view #3. how is heart size msot commonly evaluated on a PA chest XR - cardiothoracic r...
jgaversa5|7 years ago|±0|233 views
Medicine: Tavel Cardiac Ausc
#1. what is the bell used for - general evaluation and low frequency sounds/murmurs #2. how should the bell be applied - loosely #3. what is the diaphragm used for - high frequency sounds/murmurs #...
jgaversa5|7 years ago|±0|34 views
Medicine: ACLS Hemodynamics
#1. where can you put arterial lines (in order) - radial then femoral then brachial #2. what can arterial lines measure - sbp, map, dbp #3. what is the minimum MAP you shoudl see - 65 mm Hg (risks ...
jgaversa5|7 years ago|±0|48 views
Pediatrics: Acutely Ill Child
#1. what do you need to be able to do in possibly acutely ill children - pediatric physiology understanding quick evaluation recognize signs and symptoms of acute illness understand care of acute ped...
jgaversa5|7 years ago|±0|240 views
#1. what are the types of IBD - ulcerative colitis and crohns #2. what is the incidence of chrons vs. UC - 5-10/100K vs. 10-20/100K #3. what is the prevalence of crohn's vs. UC - 100-200/100K vs. 5...
jgaversa5|7 years ago|±0|115 views