Maternal/ New-born Nursing ATI
Withdrawal ( Coitus Interruptus): beware of leakage of fluid containing spermatozoa prior to ejaculation
Basal Temperature: body temperature will decrease prior to ovulation
-Oral Contraceptives: if pill is mis
Ethics & Values
_D_ Justice(fairly treated)
A. A client decides not to have open heart surgery despite
_A_ Autonomy (personal decisions)B. A nurse offers pain medication to a client who is postoperative
prior to ambulation.
Chapter 28: Management Of Patients With Coronary Vascular Disorders
1. The nurse is caring for a patient who has been diagnosed with an elevated cholesterol level.
The nurse is aware that plaque on the inner lumen of arteries is composed chiefly of what?
Types of Neurogliasupport cells
Astrocytes (literally star shaped) have many little extensions called foot processes that
wrap around parts of numerous capillaries at a time, protecting, limiting what leaks out of the
capillary into the brain.
Normal, Expected Findings: Maternity Nursing
(to be completed BEFORE your first day of patient care in the inpatient setting)
It is acceptable to work together as a group to complete this cheat sheet for clinical.
Prenatal care should begin during the
Chapter 10: Chronic Illness and Disability
1. An elderly patient has been admitted to your unit with a new diagnosis of osteoarthritis. The
daughter who accompanied this patient asks you why the incidence of chronic disease increases with age. What would
Respiratory & Digestive Study Guide
Name the functions of the digestive system
Ingestion: intake of liquids/solids into the digestive tract
Mastication: mechanical breaking of solids (+ surface area for digestion)
Chapter 11: Principles and practices of Rehabilitation
-Dynamic, health oriented process that helps ill people or people with disabilities achieve greatest level of physical, mental,
spiritual, social, economic functioning.
-could be vision
Which are chemical properties? Souring of milk Chemical formula for hydrogen peroxide: H2O2 Homogenous mixtures? Ethyl alcohol & water; sugar & water
Which are chemicals? All: ethyl alcohol, shampoo, baking soda Which element has a symbol from Latin name?
REVIEW GUIDE FOR EXAM 9 on 3/21/12 A&P II
MULTIPLE CHOICE (35 questions; 80 points)
Digestive System (Dr. Abreu)
1-Layers of the digestive tract histology: general structure and how they may vary
slightly depending on the organ. Think structure-function.
Review Guide for Exam 10 on 04/25/12
Multiple choice questionsChapter 29: Genetics, Stem Cells, Development, and Aging
1. Chromosomes: how many chromosomes are found in a diploid, haploid, and aneuploid human cell
Diploid: all chromosomes present as a pa
o Spinal Cord
Afferent: sensory, incoming
Efferent: motor, outgoing
Somatic NSinnervates skeletal muscles; voluntary
Autonomic NSinnervates cardiac muscle, smooth muscle and
o Sympathetic: fight and flight
Motor neurons (muscles/glands) cell bodies are in the anterior and lateral horns. Cell bodies of
multipolar somatic motor nerves are in the anterior horn.
Autonomic nervous sy stem cell bodies are in Lateral horn (and only located in lower tho
Brain weighs 1.4kg
Areas of the brain, much self-explanatory on slides.
SulcusValleys & deep groove. You can run your finger along the sulci. The named sulci divide
the lobes of the brain. (Central sulci, lateral fissure, occipital fissu
3 Patterns of pathways in the CNS
Convergent pathways: many neurons converge and synapse with smaller numberof neurons.
Divergent pathways: smaller number of neurons synapse with larger number of postsynaptic
neurons, allows info to
Organized like muscles, thousands of axons in 1 nerve, axons go both directions, each axon
individually goes only 1 direction.
Spinal reflex arc
Have some form of input to spinal cord, then organizes an output.
Gated Na channels
Cl(-) leak channelsnongated
K+ leak channelsnongated
Resting potential ~= -70mV Mostly affected by K+ (the one that is the freest moving)
Depolarizationdecrease in membrane potential (less negative)
Notes Section 3
-Sensory input: internal and external stimuli, conscious and unconscious
-Control muscle, glands
Some cardiac/stomach muscle need no external stimuli, they
autorhythmicthey go on their own. The nervous system
Oligodendrocytesin the CNS! Form the myelin sheath of the CNS. These have extensions and
can wrap around sections of a few axons at a time. Reach out, wrap around axon, wind tighter
and tighter, squeezing out the plasma, the cell itself becomes the
Cardiovascular System: The Heart
Identify the ions that affect cardiac muscle function: calcium, sodium,
The sequence of events that begins with heart muscle contraction and ends
with the beginning of the next contraction is called: cardiac cycl