First Aid: Respiratory A and P
#1. what large areas make up the respiratory tree - conducting zone and respiratory zone #2. what makes up the conducting zone - nose pharynx trachea bronchi bronchioles terminal bronchioles #3. wh...
jgaversa5|7 years ago|±0|40 views
First Aid: CV
#1. what supplies the SA and AV node in the majority of cases - RCA #2. how often does the RCA supply the inferior portion of the LV via the posterior descending artery - 80% #3. what does it mean i...
jgaversa5|7 years ago|±0|43 views
First Aid: Respiratory Pathology 2
#1. what is the leading cause of cancer death - lung cancer #2. what is the presentation of lung cancer - cough hemoptysis bronchial obstruction wheezing pneumonic coin lesion on x ray film or nonca...
jgaversa5|7 years ago|±0|42 views
First Aid: Respiratory Pathology 1
#1. what types of things can cause emboli - fat air thrombus bacteria amniotic fluid tumor embolus moves like a FAT BAT #2. what are fat emboli associated with - long bone fractures and liposuction ...
jgaversa5|7 years ago|±0|135 views
HESI Lab Values
#1. HGB- Hemoglobin - MALE: 13.5-17.5 grams/dL FEMALE: 12.0-15.5 grams/dL Oxygen-carrying protein on red blood cell. low = anemia #2. HCT- Hematocrit - MALE: 40 -50.0 %FEMALE: 35 - 45 % ...
chipotleoak|2 years ago|±0|636 views
Pharm: Abx Folic Acid
#1. what is the mechanism of sulfonamides - compete with PABA for dihydropterate synthetase blocking bacterial folate synthesis #2. what are sulfonamides used for - enterobacteria (e. coli, salmonel...
jgaversa5|7 years ago|±0|32 views
Pharm: Abx Bact Protein
#1. what are the bacterial protein inhibitors - chloramphenicol tetracyclines macrolides linezolid aminoglycosides #2. what is the spectrum of chloramphenicol - broad #3. what is chloramphenicol use...
jgaversa5|7 years ago|±0|19 views
#1. Abrupt - Sudden #2. Abstain - To voluntarily refrain from something. #3. Access - A means to obtain entry or a means of approach. #4. Accountable - Responsible #5. Adhere - To hold fast or st...
Awill|6 years ago|±0|331 views
#1. Which postoperative client is manifesting the most serious negative effect of inadequate pain management? - 1. Demonstrates continuous use of call bell related to unsatisfied needs and discom...
nursingschoollife|11 days ago|±0|3 views
Human body science 2
#1. The three primary Body planes: - - Transverse plane - Sagittal plane -Coronal (or frontal) plane #2. Transverse plane: - Dive the body into imaginary upper and lower halves! #3. Sagittal pla...
Cassie_Augustin|3 years ago|±0|104 views
Med-surg review 1
...emergency tracheotomy setC. Prepare a dose of epinephrine (Adrenalin)D. Review the client's complete list...fatigued. Which laboratory value should the nurse review? - Complete blood count #21. A client returns...
nursingschoollife|3 months ago|±0|37 views