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Final Review Liver/ Hepatitis/Pancreatitis 1. Alt↑(increases) A. 50x more in liver damage 2. Leteric Phase of viral hepatitis – A. Yellow Sclera “Icky) 3. Hep B. RN concerned with a decrease in hepatic functioning A. irritability and drowsiness 4. Hep A. what kind of precautions A. Enteric Cautions (stool) 5. Liver Biopsy After procedure A. Right Side 6. Esophageal Varices: A. Administer Vasopressin 7. Sengstaken Blakemore Tube A . Maintain airway(deflate balloon) 8. Ascites Treament: A. SPA and K sparing diuretics (Aldactone) 9. Paracentisis: A. Bladder Empty before procedure 10. Nursing Care planfor ascites pt.: A. introduce diurectics and low sodium Diet 11. Ascites and ssacrum edema: A. rotate pt from side to side 12. Pancreatitis lab result that supports assessment? A. elevated serum amaylase 13. Increase serum amylase, WBC and sugar indicate? A. Pancreatitis 14. Electrolyte Imbalance associated with acute pancreatitis A. muscle twitching in face and forearm 15. Pancreatc Enzymes (viokase) A. take with each meal and snack 16. Lactulose effect A.↓(decrease) ammonia level 17. Lactulose what expected to see A. improved level of conciousness 18. Pancreatitis weight loss which diet A. TPN 19. Pancreatitis what are expected lab values A. elevated serum amylase 20. Goal of lactulose A.↓(decrease) blood ammonia level 21.
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AIDS/HIV 1. AIDS wasting syndrome A. give enriched diet w/supplemental feedings 2. CD4 count below A. 200 = AIDS 3. HIV/AIDS- A. Western blot most definitive test ELISA to confirm 4. HIV opportunistic infections A. candida albicans, CNS Lymphona 5. Bactrum for life ith HIV/AIDS patients A. To prevent PCP 6. AZT AIDS patient receiving, which lab value would indicate most serious side effect A. CBC 7. AZT side effects A. bone marrow depression, pancytopenia 8. HIV early phase A. General lymphadenopahty 9. Infant started with AZT A. 8-12 hours then 6 weeks after 10. Earliest sign of HIV infections A. general lymphadenopathy 11. Testing for HIV A. 3-12 weeks 12. AIDS wasting A. Supplemental feedings 13.
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