Foundations II Final Exam ReviewThere are 80 multiple choice questions:Oxygenation/CPR /9 questionsBowel Elimination/ostomy care /5 questionsSterile asepsis/catheterization/wound care and assessment /12 questionsTracheostomy care/NG tube care and insertion/Suctioning /15 questionsIV Therapy including IV drug math - blood administration and TPN /39 questions /80Oxygenation-Tachycardia is consistent with an infectious process. -ABC (Airway, Breathing, Circulation) priority: After obtaining vital signs, auscultate breath sounds (highest priority when pt. is showing respiratory distress). High temperature ( fever) and rapid RR are vital sign findings of a problem, such as an infection.-Jugular vein distension gives information about fluid volume overload. Because of pt’s fever, warm skin, and inelastic skin tugor, pt. more likely experiencing fluid volume deficit-Increased anterioposterior (AP) diameter of the chest is a finding typical in clients with emphysema, but is not an indicator of pneumonia.-Clubbing of the fingernails is an indicator of chronic lung disease, such as chronic asthma or emphysema, but is not an indicator of acute infectious process such as pneumonia.