Cardiac Ticket to Class #1
1.) Factors that affect is oxygen saturation of hemoglobin, hemoglobin level, and cardiac output.
2.) The 4 determinants are heart rate, stroke volume, preload, and afterload. The law of the heart exists between
Cardiac Ticket to Class #2
1. It is high frequency form of electrical current and creates small neurotic lesions in the heart by thermal
injury. The electrical energy is carries by the catheter to the tip of the catheter to the area of the
NURS 262 SURGERY/RENAL QUIZ
1. The nurses primary responsibility related to informed consent is:
a. Defining the risks and benefits of the surgery.
b. Witnessing the clients signature on the consent form.
c. Explaining the right to refuse treatment or wit
Renal Ticket to Class Day #2
1. A female patient who was treated 3 months ago for a urinary tract infection is
experiencing the same symptoms now. What should the nurse ask the patient during the
a. How much fluid do you drink each day?
GI Ticket to Class
1. An adult client has a nasogastric tube in place to maintain gastric decompression. Which nursing
action will relieve discomfort in the nostril with the NG tube?
a. Remove any tape and loosely pin the tube to his gown.
Fluid, Electrolyte, and Acid-Base Imbalances
Nursing 140/141 and 260/262
1. The nurse is providing care to a patient with extracellular fluid volume excess. List the
three types of fluids within this compartment.
a. _transcellular fluid_
Fluid and Electrolyte Ticket to Class #10
1. A patient is admitted to the emergency department with hypovolemia. Which IV solution would
the nurse anticipate administering?
a. Lactated Ringers solution
b. 10% dextrose in water
c. 3% sodium chloride
Endocrine Ticket to Class #2
1. Graves disease, the most common cause of hyperthyroidism, is categorized as what type of
2. What principle supports the treatment of hyperthyroidism with radioact
Endocrine, Immunity, Burns
Ticket to Class #1
1. During the emergent phase of burn management, what diagnostic test result should the nurse
expect to find?
a. Increased hematocrit
b. Serum albumin
c. Decreased serum potassium
d. Decreased blood urea nitro
Neurology Ticket to Class #1
1. The nurse notes that a patient with a systemic illness is not demonstrating signs of
neurologic involvement. Which physiologic mechanism should the nurse recall that
protects the brain from harmful substance?