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 ...
Jordan_Reeves|3 years ago|±0|9 views
Nursing Assistant Abbreviations
Nursing Assistant Abbreviations. NC
olaklecz|4 years ago|±0|32 views
NU 350 Orthopedics
#1. What are bursae and what is their function? - Covering where any tendon or ligament go over a bone. Cushion with synovial membrane and synovial fluid on the inside. It keeps the tendon from b...
stephen_williams_7106|5 years ago|±0|31 views
NU 350 Non-malignant Blood Disorders
#1. What are the characteristics of anemia? - Deficiency in the number of RBCs, quantity of hgb, volume RBCs. #2. How is anemia classified? - Morphologic - size, color, content of cells Etiologic -...
stephen_williams_7106|5 years ago|±0|15 views
NU 454 Arrhythmias
#1. How does myocardial muscle differ from other muscles in the body? - Myocardial muscle differs from other muscle in that it contains its own conduction system. Although it is innervated by the a...
stephen_williams_7106|4 years ago|+2|49 views
#1. a - before #2. abd - abdomen #3. ADL - activities of daily living #4. ADAT - advanced diet as tolorated #5. ad lib - as desired #6. AMB - ambulatory / ambulate #7. Ac, AC - before meals #8....
ea_7|8 years ago|+2|146 views
#1. al - pertaining to #2. algia - painful condition, pain #3. ar - pertaining to #4. ary - pertaining to #5. blast - embryonic #6. cele - hernia, swelling, sac #7. centesis - puncture of a cav...
ea_7|8 years ago|+1|43 views
Suffixes in Medical
Suffixes used commonly in the medicine
Kristal_Boyington|3 years ago|±0|11 views
NU 454 ACLS
#1. What is the primary focus of ACLS? - CPR and defibrillation. CAB’s are followed and then D, which is defibrillation. #2. What are the concepts of ACLS? - Resuscitate the heart, restore the brai...
stephen_williams_7106|4 years ago|±0|44 views
NU 428 Musculoskeletal Disorders
#1. What is degenerative joint disease? What are two types of degenerative joint disease? - Osteoarthritis: slow disease of articulating (esp. weight bearing) joints Characterized by articular de...
stephen_williams_7106|5 years ago|±0|58 views
NU 350 Orthopedics Part 2
#1. Where is pain sensed in the bone and where does the bone get the blood supply from? - The periosteum, or covering over the bone, has nerves which sense pain. Also where blood vessels. #2. Wha...
stephen_williams_7106|5 years ago|±0|34 views
Nursing Mental Health - Personality part 2
Piaget's, Kohlberg's, Peplau
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