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DAY 7 Symptothermal method: nonprescription birth control. Cervical mucus + basal body temp evaluation. Rate of effectiveness ↑. Admin incorrect dose of meds: record the dose, assess pt, contact MD, chart adverse reactions, submit error report ASAP (24hrs). 2-3year old: negativism, temper tantrums, mood shifts, food issues, short attention span, period of relative equilibrium 4 years old: aggressive, mood swings, rebelliousness, and drama 5 years old: period of calm tranquility Sensorineural hearing loss: prolonged exposure to noise, usually permanent and does not get better with medical or surgical tx. Psychiatric unit: safety is first. If unit is moved to a former med/surg unit, the fixtures in the bathroom should be make of materials that break away from weight of pts attempting to kill oneself, shower nozzles should be breakaway & low flush pressure toilets. Control of pain in palliative treatment during end of life is most important to Jewish persons. End of life care in the Islam religion requires the dying to face east towards Mecca. Straight cath: rapid decompression of the bladder can result in bladder wall damage. Clamp at 1L of urine drained. Adequate protein intake: check albumin level. Normal level is 3.5-5.5g/dl. If below normal, edema due to fluid shift to tissues.
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  • Fall '16
  • Basal Body Temp, nonprescription birth control, bladder wall damage, Admin incorrect dose

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