L Which is the rst step in the time management process?
A) Completing the highest priority task
8) Allowing enough time for sufcient daily planning
C) Reprioritizing based on new information received
D) Delegating work that cannot be accomplished in a day
Nursing Assessment: Hematologic System
1. What are the characteristics of neutrophils (select all that apply)?
a. Also known as segs b. Band is immature cell c. First WBC at injury site f. 50% to 70% of white blood cells (WBCs)
2. An increase i
CHAPTER 47 Nursing Management: Acute Kidney Injury and Chronic Kidney Disease
1. What are intrarenal causes of acute kidney injury (AKI) (select all that apply)? a. Anaphylaxis
b. Renal stones c. Bladder cancer d. Nephrotoxic drugs e. Acute glomerulonephr
NR324 Study Guide chapter 27
1. A patient develops epistaxis upon removal of a nasogastric tube. What action should the nurse take?
a. Pinch the soft part of the nose.
b. Position the patient on the side.
c. Have the patient hyperextend the neck.
Chlamydial infections are caused by Chlamydia trachomatis, a gram-negative bacterium. Chlamydia can be
transmitted during vaginal, anal, or oral sex. Numerous different serotypes, or strains, of C. trachomatis cause
CONCEPT: Polycystic kidney disease (PKD)
Polycystic kidney disease (PKD) is an autosomal dominant disease (PDK1 or PDK2 gene) occurring in 1 of 1000 live births, or an
autosomal recessive (PKHD1 gene) inherited disorder. Affected kidneys
CONCEPT: Acute Hemorrhagic Stroke
Acute Hemorrhagic Stroke is hemorrhage into the brain that results in death of brain cells. Functions such as movement,
sensation, or emotions that were controlled by the affected area of the brain are lo
CONCEPT: RHEUMATOID ARTHERITIS
Rheumatoid arthritis is a chronic inflammatory disorder that can affect more than just your joints. In some people, the
condition also can damage a wide variety of body systems, including the skin, eyes, lun
NR324 Study Guide chapter 29
1. While assisting a patient with intermittent asthma to identify specific triggers of asthma, what should the nurse explain?
a. Food and drug allergies do not manifest in respiratory symptoms.
b. Exercise-induced asthma is se
NR 324 Study Guide chapter 28
1. How do microorganisms reach the lungs and cause pneumonia (select all that apply)?
b. Lymphatic spread
c. Inhalation of microbes in the air
d. Touch contact with the infectious microbes
e. Hematogenous spread
CONCEPT: DIC = Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation.
DIC is not a disease. It is an abnormal response of the normal clotting cascade stimulated by a disease process or
disorder. The diseases and disorders known to predispose a patient t
NR324 Study Guide chapter 17
1. A patient with consistent dietary intake who loses 1 kg of weight in 1 day has lost _1000_ mL of fluid.
2. A man who weighs 90 kg has a total body water content of approximately _2. 90 kg 60% = 54_ L.
3. Which statements ab
NR324 Study Guide chapter 26
1. Number the following organs in the order of the pathway of inspired air. Number 1 is the first organ after the
environment and number 13 is the last organ before the alveoli.