What to study 190 - Newborn milia tiny white papules on cheeks or nose of baby Goes away in a few weeks Vernix casiova white cheese like substance

What to study 190 - Newborn milia tiny white papules...

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Newborn- milia- tiny white papules on cheeks or nose of baby. Goes away in a few weeks. Vernix casiova- white cheese like substance on back and face of baby, made of sebum and epidermal cells Mongolian spots- purpilish/blue spots on buttox of dark skinned babies, usually goes away Vitalgo- patchy and pigmented areas over the face, neck, hands and feet and skin folds of the baby Manuego- are fine Downy hair in newborn prominent in the upper chest shoulder and back Okay so what is the criteria malignant lesion so you would answer ABCDE criteria different types of headache- classic migraine, Cluster, tension and sinus headache How do you assess for clubbing of the fingers Of a client Who is a long-term smoker: Have the client bring the dorsal aspect Of the corresponding fingers Together to create a mirror image Normal findings are: A diamond shaped space Between the fingers What is the best technique for Assessing skin turgor: Pinch below the clavicle Or median aspect of the wrist What is the difference between craneous phenostosis, Fetal alcohol syndrome, acromegaly, or Hydrocephalus What are the appropriate actions of a nurse when assessing A patient who has yellow tents to the skin or sclera Or jaundice on a dark-skinned client For dark skin- Inspect lips, Oral mucosa, sclera, conjuctiva, palm and sole of the feet What is pediculotis capetus- It is white particles Tightly attached on the hair shaft Of the client. What is the most appropriate nursing action To protect client against the spread of Infection: wash hands Before and after every client encounter On percussion of the bone what Kind of sound do you hear: Flat and very short On percussion of the abdomen what sound do you hear: Tympanic which is drum Like sound . On percussion of the lungs what is the normal sound: Resonance When the lung is filled with air you hear hyper resonance On percussion of a solid organ like the liver what do you hear: Dullness What is the appropriate action of a nurse to reduce anxiety for a patient who has anxiety before a physical assessment: Provide a warm comfortable and private environment An infant's skin appears White In the baby has pale blond hair And pink irises What condition does the baby have: Absence of color When using a stethoscope the diaphragm is for high-pitch sounds In the Bell is for low pitch Math questions: computation of IV drips
Concept Review Week 2 What part of eye is most sensitive to pain? Cornea is the most sensitive to pain. Snellen test is used for? Vision test for distant vision- normal is 20/20 (emmetropria) o numerator is 20 ft- distance from chart. Denominator is the reading of the patient that will change. 20/100= legally blind o If patient cant read more than half the letters of the line the line above is the reading you will document.

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