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Prior to putting oxgen on a patient the nurse should first determine if the client has COPD(assess)A nontunneled percutaneous central cath is done in trenlendenburg positon. Put a rolled towelbetween the clients shoulder blades.Ventricular tachycardia/fibrillation - defibrillate heartSupraventricular tacycardyia- perform synchorized cardioversionVentricular dysrhythmias- lidocaine IV bolusCPR- patient who is not breathing or pulselessSteroids increase the risk for infectionUse electric razors in clients who use heparin to reduce bleeding and cutsEnoxaparingiven at the same day each day to maintain serum levelmonitor CBC periodicallydo not massageArterial Linedo not administer medicationsuse to take ABG samplesuse to take hemodynamic pressuresplace a pressure bag around the flush solutionEchocardiographymeasures the amount of blood pumped through the heartdetermines fuction of the cardiac valvesidentifies pericardial effusion, HF, cardiomyopathydetects valve dyfunctionHolter Monitorrecords and transmits electrical impulses of the heart and alerts the nurse todysrhythmiascan detect when your HR is irregularallows the client freedom to move while cardiac activity is recordedPacemaker
regulates a clients heartrate when it is too slow or too fast by sending an electrical pulseto the hearta glucose level of less than 300 is an indication that DKA is resolvingLeft side strokeanxietyfeeling of gultexpressive aphasiaPatient using an inhaler should wait one minute between puffsHold breath for 10 seconds when inhaling med through an inhalerGraves disease- protruding eyeballsOrgans protruding out the first thing you do is call for helpRadical Mastecotomydrain remains in place 1-3 weeksdrainage will be removed when there is 25ml in a 24 hour periodstartartherosclerosis preventon- increase fruits, vegetables, and grains.Glomelulonephritismetablolic acidosishyperkalemiaanemiahyperphosphateRifampin- turns pee orangeCipro- avoid magnesium containing antacidsClients with AIDS should check their temperature at least once a day to ensure it is not over 100AIDS patients need to avoid drinking glasses of water that has been standing still for at least 60minutesFacial twitching- hyperkalemiaBounding peripheral pulse- hypernatremiaDecreased peristalisis- hypokalemiaHyperreflexia- hypocalcemia/magnesiaDo not take prednisone while undergoing allergy test
Lispro- rapid acting also called Humolog. You take it with other insulinsDo not inject insulin intramuscularlyInject insulin in the abdomer, upper thigh; or arm1.030 and up indicates fluid volume deficitone of the first signs of hemorrhaging is increased HRleukemia puts the client at risk for increased WBCvenous insufficiency- elevate legs above the heart while in bedavoid sitting or standing too long with venous insufficiencyOrgan donationthe client who receives the kidney will require long term immunosuppressive

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Term
Fall
Professor
DROBECK
Tags
Speak, Adverse Effect, The Grave,

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