NU 352 The Adolescent
#1. What are the ages of adolescence? What are the major changes of the adolescent period? - Because it’s a transition period, it can begin anywhere from 11-12 and end from 18-21. Adolescence be...
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NU 352 Preschool and School Age
#1. How old is the Preschool client? - 3-5 #2. What changes are made in the areas of fine and gross motor development in the preschool client? - Fine motor skills: copying shapes and figures on pa...
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LESSON 5 MED TERM
#1. Anti - against #2. bili - bile #3. cec - a blind passage #4. centesis - puncture #5. hallux - hreat toe #6. lacrim - tear #7. lact - milk #8. macul - spot #9. mening - membrane #10. myco ...
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NU 428 Pediatric Oncology
#1. What are the characteristics of leukemia? - LEUKEMIA Most common type of childhood cancer. Leukemia: cancer of the blood and blood forming tissues. What are blood forming tissues? ...
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NU 350 Lower GI
#1. What are the characteristic s/s of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)? - Intermittent and recurrent abd pain associated with alteration in bowel function Abd distention Altered bowel motility: Di...
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NU 352 Peds Pain
#1. What are behavioral measures in a child? How is assessment of these useful in children? - How does the child look? Me looking at the child. Vocalizations, crying, body movements, etc. Any di...
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#1. 2 powers of Labor - uterine contractions maternal pushing efforts #2. whats the best passageway? - Gynecoid #3. If passageway is platypelloid what usually happens? - C-section and transverse...
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NU 428 Seizures
#1. What are seizures? What is epilepsy? What are some causes of seizures? - Definition: Uncontrolled electrical discharge of neurons, interrupts normal function, cannot talk to you while having a ...
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Assessment & Management of patients with hearing & balance disorders Hinkle Chp 64
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NU 350 Upper GI
#1. What does the upper GI system consist of? - Starts in the mouth, goes to esophagus, stomach, and the beginning of the sm. intesetine, the duodenum. #2. What is the basic A&P of how food is depo...
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Health considerations in the pediatric population.
#1. Characteristics of down syndrome - Social development may be 2-3 years beyond mental age. Extra chromosome on 21. Sparse hair, small head, ears low set, genitalia-small penis, hands are ...
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NU 352 Gynecological Issues
#1. What is the definition and etiology of pelvic inflammatory disease (PID)? - Definition: an infectious pelvic condition involving the fallopian tubes (salpingitis), uterus (endometritis), cer...
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NU 350 Chronic Neuro Disorders
#1. What is the difference between a primary and a secondary headache? - Primary is not caused by a pathologic condition. No bleeding in the brain, or tumor, or meningitis causing it. Examples are ...
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