Esophageal disorders teaching about self management

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Esophageal Disorders: Teaching About Self-Management of GERD(Active Learning Template - System Disorder, RM AMS RN 11.0 Chp 48 Esophageal Disorders ) 1- Eat a low fat diet 2-Elevate the head of bed 6-8in
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3- Avoid alcohol Hemodialysis and Peritoneal Dialysis: Indications of Peritonitis(Active Learning Template - System Disorder, RM AMS RN 11.0 Chp 57 Hemodialysis and Peritoneal Dialysis ) 1- Monitor for infection. 2- Abdominal pain is an early sign 3- Fever and bloating can occur. Hepatitis and Cirrhosis: Priority Finding to Report(Active Learning Template - System Disorder, RM AMS RN 11.0 Chp 55 Hepatitis and Cirrhosis ) 1-Alcohol and Acetaminophen can cause this. 2- Hep A is fecal oral route 3- Immunization is recommended for after pt has been exposed Medical Emergencies - (2) Emergency Nursing Principles and Management: Priority Action for a Client Who Is Unresponsive(Active Learning Template - Basic Concept, RM AMS RN 11.0 Chp 2 Emergency Nursing Principles and Management ) 1- If the patient is unresponsive you should do a head tilt chin lift 2- Do not preform this technique if pt has a cervical spine injury 3- Modified jaw thrust should be done if pt is unresponsive with trauma Hypertension: Actions for Hypertensive Crisis(Active Learning Template - System Disorder, RM AMS RN 11.0 Chp 36 Hypertension ) 1- Often occurs when patients dont follow medication regimen 2- Severe headache will occur 3-Blood pressure will be greater than 180/120 Pathophysiology - (1) Peripheral Vascular Diseases: Caring for a Client Who Has Venous Insufficiency(Active Learning Template - System Disorder, RM AMS RN 11.0 Chp 35 Peripheral Vascular Diseases ) 1- Results from atherosclerosis 2- Patients should keep legs in a dependent position 3- Intermittent claudication can occur Unexpected Response to Therapies - (1) Peripheral Vascular Diseases: Postoperative Care Following Arterial Revascularization Surgery(Active Learning Template - System Disorder, RM AMS RN 11.0 Chp 35 Peripheral Vascular Diseases ) 1- Bypass is used to go around the occlusion. 2- Grafts can be made from the client or synthetic materials. 3- The location of pedal and dorsal pulses are the most important.
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