ARDS Acute respiratory distress
the exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide in the lungs is not adequate for consumption and carbon dioxide production within the body's cells.
neri|5 years ago|+1|30 views
Medical terms II
#1. -ole - small #2. -oma - tumor #3. -opia -opsia -opsis -opsy - vision, view of #4. -ory -ous -tic -tous - pertaining to #5. -osmia - smell, odor #6. -oxia - oxygen #7. -pause - cessati...
TriBaby1406|5 years ago|+1|7 views
LAP Mental Health
...example of these concepts in Behavioral Theory: Modeling - Description: Attempt on the part of the nurse to understand the client's perspective (not exclusive to behavioral theory/therapy.) #66. Define...
Alikaht|3 years ago|±0|19 views
#1. Nursing Assessment Resp. failure - Dyspnea , hyperpnea , crackles ( or rales) Intercostal retractions...appearance verbalized anxiety , restlessness #2. Nursing Diagnosis Resp failure - Impaired gas exchange...
neri|5 years ago|±0|14 views
Fluid and Electrolytes
...flattening and ST segment depression on ECG #79. nursing considerations for hypokalemia - monitor pts on...psychoses hyperactive deep tendon reflexes #84. nursing considerations for hypocalcemia - closely monitor...
erinkcava|7 years ago|±0|173 views
...operating room. #3. preoperative nursing interventions - baseline assessment-nursing hx, medical hx, previous...intraoperative nursing interventions - communicating plan of care identifying nursing activities establish...
erinkcava|7 years ago|±0|127 views
Nursing Process I
...stool for 2 days and refuses the bottle. The nurse is aware that the primary concern for this baby...intracellular and extracellular fluid is equal #4. The nurse is aware that an infant is more at risk for dehydration...
nursing_cutie|2 years ago|±0|19 views
...collaborative approach in which physicians and nurses gather at the patient's bedside to discuss goals...gathering information about the client, but the nurse and client do not have direct communication #57...
Julie_Wardia|4 years ago|±0|50 views
Traditionally responded to illness with specific therapies aimed at treating a biophysical disorder #17. Nursing responds to: - the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual dimensions of illness #18. Environmental...
Julie_Wardia|4 years ago|±0|38 views
Skin Integrity and Wound Healing
Takes longer, better tolerated #19. The client has thin watery drainage coming from a wound. The nurse should describe this drainage as: A. Serous B. Purulent C. Cerebrospinal fluid D. Serosanguineous...
mackensiegrant|8 years ago|±0|102 views
A nurse is caring for a client with a hemodialysis access site. Which action should the nurse take... #8. The nurse has placed a urine collection bag on an infant. How often should the nurse check the...
melpri5393|5 months ago|±0|654 views
Week 2 Vocabulary
Sterile Field - Is a microorganism-free area. Nurses often establish a sterile field by using the innermost...supplies. Sterile Objects are always kept in view. Nurses do not turn their backs on a sterile field. ...
Kendra_Lynn_Marburger|5 years ago|±0|5 views