TO BE ABLE TO DO THINGS
I NEVER DARED TO DREAM ABOUT BEFORE
Buy fresh foods for the week.
Start with a big breakfast
Soup & Salad dinner
1 hour afternoon walk
30 minute afternoon walk
30 minute morning walk + afternoon
Reading for Medication Administration Content and Worksheets will come from
Fundamentals Ch 31 and Pharmacology Ch 13.
Complete the worksheet below prior to Medication Administration Lecture.
Medication Administration Routes
Medical Terminology Test # 2
Match the terms on the second page with the correct abbreviations on the first page. Place the correct letter
combination in the blank by the corresponding number.
_ 1. Adventitious sounds _31. Aphasia
Scenario: GI BLEED
CHIEF COMPLAINT: "I'm passing black stool" and lightheadedness - 3 days.
HISTORY OF PRESENT ILLNESS: Mr. Murphy is a 45 year old advertising executive who presents to the emergency
room complaining of the passage of black stools x 3 day
Valerie Nicholson, MSN, RN
Profession Related Concepts/
1. Define the concept of patient safety.
2. Discuss personal and environmental factors that impair a patients
ability to protect themselves from injury.
3. Review interventi
Valerie Nicholson, MSN, RN
In what parts of your life and culture are food
What is the most important nutrient?
What are the other five nutrients besides Water?
What are the classes of vitamins? What
Elimination Reading and Prep for Lecture/Lab on 09/22/2016
Concept 17 in Concepts of Nursing Practice by Jean Giddens
Chapter 46 Urinary Elimination & Chapter 47 Bowel Elimination in Potter and Perry Fundamentals of
Complete the pre-class assignme
Define Elimination. Removal, clearance, or separation of matter or excretion of
It is a physiological act. Is the excretion of urine and stool normally under voluntary
or involuntary control?
Define the following terms.
Ordered: Reglan 0.25mg IM
Available: Reglan 0.5mg/2ml
How many mL will the nurse administer?
Ordered: Phenobarb 60mg PO at HS
Available: Phenobarb elixir 20mg/5mL.
How many tsp would y
Leadership Learning Exercise
Choose one of the following learning activities and complete prior to coming to class.
Ms. Nicholson will be lecturing. Please have your objectives worked up so you can FULLY
participate and engage in class.
Whats Your Leaders
ABGS and Such.
If kidneys are not making bicarb, we are acidotic
If kidneys are making too much bicarb, we are basic
PaO2- should be at least 60.
If PH and PaCO2 are opposite- Respiratory
If PH and PaCO2 are NOT oppos
Practice Dosage Calculations
1. Ordered: Coumadin 12mg po every pm
Available: Coumadin 3mg tablets
How many tab(s) will the nurse administer? 4 tablets
2. Ordered: Morphine 8mg IM q 8 hours prn
Available: Morphine 15mg/1mL
How many mL(s) will the nurse ad
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c (with a line over it)
MOBILITY AND ACTIVITY STUDY GUIDE
Define the following terms:
2. Describe the following positions:
Asepsis-is the absence of pathogenic (disease-producing) microorganisms
Aseptic Technique is practices or procedures that help reduce the risk for infection.
TWO TYPES OF Asepsis
Medical asepsis-clean technique use procedures to reduce the number of organ
9/18/2015 1345 Patient placed in dorsal recumbent. Perineal hygiene given and cleaned with betadine.
16 French Foley catheter inserted using aseptic technique. 450 mL clear yellow urine returned in
drainage bag. 10 mL bulb inflated and intact. Catheter se