Neuro Assessment Worksheet
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Neuro Assessment Worksheet

Course Number: NURS V40, Fall 2011

College/University: Ventura College

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Student Date NEUROLOGICAL ASSESSMENT AREA TESTED RESPONSE (PEER) (describe behavior) HOW TESTED Diagnosis: RESPONSE (CLIENT) (describe behavior) Affect Memory Calculation Judgment/Insight (Abstract thinking) Central function Level of Consciousness Mental Status Orientation 40 Cranial Nerves HOW TESTED RESPONSE (PEER) RESPONSE (CLIENT) Shape...

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Date Student NEUROLOGICAL ASSESSMENT AREA TESTED RESPONSE (PEER) (describe behavior) HOW TESTED Diagnosis: RESPONSE (CLIENT) (describe behavior) Affect Memory Calculation Judgment/Insight (Abstract thinking) Central function Level of Consciousness Mental Status Orientation 40 Cranial Nerves HOW TESTED RESPONSE (PEER) RESPONSE (CLIENT) Shape Equality Reaction to light Accommodation Consensual Light Reflex Convergence Conjugate movements Peripheral vision Reading ability Pupils Size 41 RESPONSE (PEER) (describe behavior) HOW TESTED RESPONSE (CLIENT) (describe behavior) Auditory Hearing Rhine test Weber test Face Motor facial Motor: trigeminal Sensory: (PEER) (describe trigeminal Nose Smell 42 RESPONSE behavior) HOW TESTED RESPONSE (CLIENT) (describe behavior) Mouth Sensory: facial Gag reflex (Sensory/Motor) Glosso-pharangeal Hypoglossal Neck and Shoulders Spinal Accessory (motor) Sensory Pain Temperature Upper and Lower Extremities 43 RESPONSE (PEER) (describe behavior) HOW TESTED RESPONSE (CLIENT) (describe behavior) Light touch Positioning Stereognosis Muscle strength Muscle tone Muscle coordination Motor Upper and Lower Extremities: 44 RESPONSE (PEER) (describe behavior) HOW TESTED RESPONSE (CLIENT) (describe behavior) Reflexes: Biceps Triceps Brachioradial Achilles Gait Balance 45

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94Chapter 10Root132*3*5*7*172419* 20* 22*14* 16*Figure 10.113024* 27* 29*33* 34* 38* 39*Tree for Exercise 10.5a static index which reserves enough space for all possible future inserts. Also ifthe system goes periodically o line, static
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103Hash-Based Indexing330006416BUCKET A0010103011117BUCKET B100101211010BUCKET C1112DIRECTORY15751BUCKET D341220216936BUCKET A235Figure 11.3BUCKET B2104Chapter 11330006416BUCKET A001010201115BUCKET B1
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115Hash-Based IndexingLevel = 1 , N = 4h1h00000064Next = 1001019010101001111311000025515744363Delete 44Level = 1 , N = 4h1h0Next = 0000006400101901010100111131255157Figure 11.10363116Chapter 11Level = 2
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118Chapter 11h00000000101h1000Next = 064 329258411673h0006432816001h10192541731010183466AB0100101010183466CNext = 30110111111111110019004101015110106DInsert 4, 5, 6Figure 11.131912OVER
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124Chapter 12(a) Sailors.sid<50,000 (Sailors)(b) Sailors.sid=50,000 (Sailors)2. A hash index on the search keySailors.sid .(a) Sailors.sid<50,000 (Sailors)(b) Sailors.sid=50,000 (Sailors)3. A B+-tree index on the search keySailors.sid, Sailors.ag
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130Chapter 13and replaces it with a value from the input buer. This replacement will only workif the records of the same size.If the entries are of variable size, then we must also keep track of the size of eachentry, and replace the moved entry with
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Evaluation of Relational Operators1335. Hybrid hash join improves performance by comparing the rst hash buckets duringthe partitioning phase rather than saving it for the probing phase. This saves usteh cost of writing and reading the rst partition to
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136Chapter 14would allow an index-only scan, and would thus be just as economical as theclustered index. This method (both by clustered and unclustered ) wouldcost around 5000 I/Os.4. Knowing that duplicate elimination is not required, we can simply