102 Comp Final Focus 2010 - Musculoskeletal Focus types and...

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NURS 102 COMP FINAL normal lab values as given in class, lecture or handouts medications discussed in lecture action significant side effects 3 rd space phenomenon manifestations of Phase I versus Phase II typical progression nursing care issues nursing process for the patient with Fluid, Electrolyte or acid base imbalance issues including appropriate assessment strategies typical assessment findings selection of appropriate high priority nursing diagnoses appropriate nursing interventions evaluation of outcomes important patient teaching considerations common Sx of Fluid, Electrolyte or acid base imbalance problems Role of electrolytes in the body Causes & risk factors for the development of Fluid, Electrolyte or acid base imbalances ABG analysis including identification of imbalance (acidosis/alkalosis) identification of compensation type of compensation common causes of each
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NURS 102 COMP FINAL
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Unformatted text preview: Musculoskeletal Focus types and purpose of traction Nursing care for patients with injuries and disorders covered in the unit of study including: assessment strategies Pt signs and symptoms typical assessment findings priority nursing Dx priority nursing interventions evaluation of patient response safety issues patient education considerations Nursing care of patients with traction and external fixation (including Pins) casts rationale for use of CPMs, SCDs, etc General treatment measures for patients with musculoskeletal injury Medications discussed in lecture or assigned reading name (generic & Trade) classification action indication significant side effects therapeutic range (if applicable) and how it is determined There may be 2-4 questions that require some mathematical calculation (metric conversion and/or dosage calculation). Calculators will NOT be available....
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This note was uploaded on 04/21/2011 for the course NURSING 105 taught by Professor Copeland during the Winter '09 term at Grand Valley State University.

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