Autoimmune hemolytic anemia sickle cell Long bone fractures Cancer Trauma

Autoimmune hemolytic anemia sickle cell long bone

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Autoimmune hemolytic anemia (sickle cell) Long bone fractures Cancer Trauma Advanced age 42. Female Physiologic Processes: Teaching About Adverse Effects of Leuprolide (RM AMS RN 11.0 Chp 63 Menstrual Disorders and Menopause) ActiveLearningTemplate: Medication Pg. 412 AE: Can cause birth defects Decreased libido Increased risk of osteoporosis 43. Stroke: Discharge Planning for a Client Following an Ischemic Stroke (RM AMS RN 11.0 Chp 15 Stroke) ActiveLearningTemplate: System Disorder 44. Blood and Blood Product Transfusions: Teaching About Blood Transfusions (RM AMS RN 11.0 Chp 40 Blood and Blood Product Transfusions) ActiveLearningTemplate: Nursing Skill
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45. Cancer Treatment Options: Prioritizing Care for a Group of Clients (RM AMS RN 11.0 Chp 91 Cancer Treatment Options) ActiveLearningTemplate: Basic Concept Look for new onset or S&S of a complication (Neutropenia, immunosuppression, 46. Alzheimer's Disease: Assessing a Client's Abstract Thinking (RM AMS RN 11.0 Chp 8 Alzheimer's Disease) ActiveLearningTemplate: System Disorder 47. Stroke: Caring for a Client Who Has Left-Sided Hemiplegia (RM AMS RN 11.0 Chp 15 Stroke) ActiveLearningTemplate: System Disorder 1. Educate the patient to use the unaffected side to exercise the affected side of the body. 2. Provide frequent rest periods. 3. Instruct the patient to dress the affected side first and sit in a supportive chair that aids in balance 48. Acid-Base Imbalances: Interpreting ABGs (RM AMS RN 11.0 Chp 45 Acid-Base Imbalances) ActiveLearningTemplate: Diagnostic Procedure pH: 7.35-7.45 PaCO2: 45-35 HCO3: 21-28 49. Nutrition Assessment/Data Collection: Caring for a Client Who Has Pancreatitis (RM Nutrition 7.0 Chp 3 Nutrition Assessment/Data Collection) ActiveLearningTemplate: Therapeutic Procedure A client who has pancreatitis will report severe, boring epigastric pain that radiates to the back, left flank, or left shoulder. Cullen's sign is indicated by a bluish-grey discoloration in the periumbilical area. Small, frequent meals, Bland, easy-to-digest foods are recommended for the client who has pancreatitis. The greatest risk to the client is hypocalcemia due to the risk of cardiac dysrhythmia. Hand spasms when taking a blood pressure is an indication of hypocalcemia and is the priority finding to report to the provider.
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50. Anesthesia and Moderate Sedation: Priority Care Following an Endoscopy (RM AMS RN 11.0 Chp 94 Anesthesia and Moderate Sedation) ActiveLearningTemplate: Diagnostic Procedure ABCs 51. Head Injury: Monitoring Neurological Status (RM AMS RN 11.0 Chp 14 Head Injury) ActiveLearningTemplate: System Disorder Respiratory Status is Priority 52. Musculoskeletal Trauma: Assessing for Complications (RM AMS RN 11.0 Chp 71 Musculoskeletal Trauma) ActiveLearningTemplate: Basic Concept 53. Musculoskeletal Trauma: Preventing Complications (RM AMS RN 11.0 Chp 71 Musculoskeletal Trauma) ActiveLearningTemplate: Therapeutic Procedure 54. Gastrointestinal Therapeutic Procedures: Actions for an Abdominal Paracentesis (RM AMS RN 11.0 Chp 47 Gastrointestinal Therapeutic Procedures) ActiveLearningTemplate: Therapeutic Procedure
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