Pharmacology final review
How long does fentanyl take to work?
How long to antidepressants take to work?
About a month, so teach your patient they wont immediately feel better
What would you recommend to a patient being discharged that just finis
1. Review the concept of cardiac output.
2. What is heart failure? Is it curable?
HF is a chronic and debilitating disorder in which the heart is unable to pump
sufficient blood to meet metabolic demands of tissues. HF is not curable
3. How is heart failu
FINAL EXAM REVIEW
OLDCARTS be comfortable using it as an analysis of pain or illness
O-Onset: when did the pain start?
L-Location: where exactly does it hurt?
D-Duration: how long does the pain usually last?
C-Characteristics: what does the pain feel like
Respiratory physiology and problems
What makes up the upper respiratory tract?
Nose: Humidifies, warms, and filters inspired air
Pharynx: food and air pass through here. Divided into nasopharynx, oropharynx, and laryngopharynx.
Structures of the endocrine system
Hormones are chemical substances produced in the body that control and regulate the activity of
certain target cells or organs. Many are produced in one part of the body and control and regulate
the activity of certain c
We will now discuss a case study of a patient with COPD.
Have students discuss risk factors for this patient.
What questions do you need to ask him related to risk factors?
Do you or have you ever smoked?
If yes, how much, and for how long?
There are about 5-6 quarts of blood in the average adult who weighs between 150-180 pounds.
There are two major components to blood: plasma and blood cells. About 45% of blood is composed of
RBCs, WBCs, and platelets. The other 55% is pl
NUR 4410 Exam 1 Notes
Identify the family developmental tasks of the childbearing family
Stage 1: Marriage and Independent Home. Joining of families to reestablish couple identity, realign relationships with extended family, and make decisions
Natalie Mourtada, Sara Brownston, Leila Ayoub, Lamese Beydoun, Juliard Ramirez
Colic, also known as paroxysmal abdominal pain
condition characterized by abdominal pain or cramping manifested by loud
crying and drawing of the legs up to the abdomen.
Farias DD, Gabatz RIB, Terra AP et al.
Hospitalization in the childs perspective.
INTEGRATIVE REVIEW ARTICLE
HOSPITALIZATION IN THE CHILDS PERSPECTIVE: AN INTEGRATIVE REVIEW
A HOSPITALIZAO NA
Public Health and
Copyright 2015. F.A. Davis Company
The Science of Public Health
Provides nurses with skill and knowledge to:
Answer questions related to the health of
Understand risk a
Chapter 3- Sabage, Kub, Groves
Identify what epidemiology is and the importance to to public
Describe the epidemiological triangle and natural history of
disease to the three levels of prevention
Application of Nursing Process to Community as Client
Community Assessment Module
The goal is to learn how a community defines themselves and promotes their own health. Important elements
are social justice, advocacy, and empowerment.
Child Rearing in Different Family Situations
o Faced with the task of managing money, time and energy alone. Often results in parents
having to leave their children to work and provide as the only source of income.
o Nursing Consideration
NUR 4430 EXAM 1 NOTES
Science of Public Health
Includes environmental science, epidemiology, biostatistics, biomedical sciences, and social and behavioral sciences.
Public health is what society does collectively to assure the condit
o Available places for children to play is a public ice arena, karate studio, dance studio.
o Playgrounds and parks for children to play basketball, on small play structures, or play
baseball. The parks were limi
5-7oz gain/week for
6mo. Height 1in/mo for
6mo. Head 0.6/mo for
6mo. Primitive reflex,
doll eye, nose
closed. Crawling reflex
N422 M. Lean
Library Use Only
Continuity of Care through
Care Management and the
Upon completion of this chapter, the reader should be able to:
1. Discuss the concept oi continuity oi care.
Discuss the process oi ca
SI Week One Material
Exam 1 Critical Thinking Questions
What are the 3 types of parenting styles? Give an example of each.
o Authoritarian dictatorial
o Permissive the friend parent
o Authoritative democratic
Parenting styles can be POSITIVE (encourages s
4. Use the nursing process in outlining the steps involved in
the following: conducting a home visit.
1. Discuss the purpose of home health services. 5. Identify the types of home heaith agencies.
2. Dene home h
Pediatric Respiratory Disorders
Allergies, Environment, Growth and Development, Nutrition, Genetics
Kids with chronic resp disorders grow slower, may have FTT
o Physical Status
Critical Assessments: Respirations, Adventitious Breat
Transitional Care: Exploring the Home Healthcare Nurses
Roie in Medication Management
STEPHEN M. SETTER, PHARMD, DVM, CYNTHIA F. CORBETE PHD, RN,AND JOSHUA J. NEUMILLEH, PHARMD
During times of transition, the pharmaceutical
Factors Contributing to CHD
-Drug usage, Environmental, Infections, Premature, Autoimmune
Sinus Arrhythmias are normal, the chest wall is thinner so you can see the heart beating, chest is more barrel shaped.
Kids have a higher HR and st
Pediatrics Cardiac Exam 2 notes
Feb 15th 2017
Congenital Heart Defects (CHD)
-Commonly seen with syndromes
-Trisomy 13 and 18
-Dgeorge, Turner syndrome
-Increases with family hx.
- Down syndrome kids have endocardial cushion defect
Gerontological Nursing Competencies
Incorporate professional attitudes, values, and expectations about physical and mental aging
in the provision of patient-centered care for older adults and their families.
Assess barriers for older adults
NUR 3830 SI Genetics, domestic violence, and maternal hypertension
What does trisomy mean?
Containing an extra chromosome
What is trisomy 21? What are some common characteristics?
What is trisomy 18? Common characteristics?
NUR 3830 SI- Week 2
List the 5 Ps: Why are they important? What should you know about each?
Passage (birth canal)
o Uterus and pelvic shape
o Attitude- limbs in relation to the body
o Lie- long axis of fetus to long axis of the
Respiratory NCLEX style questions
1. The nurse is caring for a client hospitalized with acute exacerbation of chronic obstructive
pulmonary disease. Which finding would the nurse expect to note on assessment of this client?
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