Chapter 11 and
The connection between mind and body is well
Traditional medicine practiced in the United
States is based on scientific methodology
and is known as
Neuro A/P review
Urden Ch. 26 Neurologic A&P p. 673
Neuron [nerve] - the basic functional unit in the CNS
Consists of 3 major portions: the cell body, dendrites, and an axon
Cell body- controls the metabolic activity of the neuron and contains the organel
1. B Initiate continuous cardiac monitoring.
Hogan p.967 & Iggy p.773
2. C There is a probable dysfunction of the midbrain.
Hogan p.1085 & Iggy p.942
3. A Estrogen deficiency causes the vaginal tissues to become dry and thinner.
Hogan p.92 & Iggy p.1644
Test 2 study guide
FAULKNER STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
And Department of Postsecondary Education
Representing Alabamas Public Two-Year College System
NUR 203 Nursing through the Lifespan III
Summer Semester 2012
Katrina Allen-Thomas, RN, MSN, CCRN
Faulkner State Community College/Division of Nursing
Hypertensive Disorder in Pregnancy Preeclampsia
Student Kenneth Smith II Date 02-23-2011 Clients Class NUR 106
What are the major differences between gestational hypertension, pre-eclampsia
Hogans spinal cord
1. An obese, elderly client is being given a high-dose steroid protocol as emergency
treatment of a spinal cord injury. The client's family has requested frequent refills for
his cup of chipped ice and his urine output is 600 mL for the
Which of the following nursing actions is especially important for an SGA newborn?
1. Observe for respiratory distress syndrome.
2. Observe for and prevent dehydration.
3. Promote bonding.
4. Prevent hypoglycemia with early and frequent feedi
62. Hemophilia (Hemophilia A) 383, 632-634
In this disorder the blood does not clot normally (prolonged), and even the slightest injury can
cause severe bleeding
Called the dz of Kings
Sex linked recessive disorder
Deficiency in factor VIII
Lab - PTT for
Know stages in and out:
Risks in 4th
When to teach
Position poa lop x1
Signs of impending labor
When to come in
Test for amniotic fluid Ph
Once membranes rupture how long do you assess fhr 1 min
What factors should be addressed prior to conception to improve the pregnancys
Obstetric history includes the number and outcomes of past pregnancies.
Menstrual history information focuses on the womans past cycles.
What questions will facilitat
Kenneth Smith II
NUR 102 Caring for the Gracias
1. What theoretical knowledge do you need?
2. Where could you find it?
3. What, if any, additional patient information do you need?
4. How would you respond to Mrs. Garcias concerns?
A. Flordelisa te
Early Preg Bleeding Disorders
Nursing interventions p84 (likely to be on test)
s of hypovolemic shock box 5-1 p85 (will be on test)
Linked to cancer later in life (likely to be on test)
Do not get preg for year (very likely to be on
Biophysical profile (BPP) p81
Name tests and parameters
First line defense
2nd line defense
Contraction stress test
Tests of fetal lung maturity
Nur 103 Lab Group B
Kenneth Smith II #1224
Eye balls- in sockets, no protrusion
Conjunctiva- moist and clear
Sclera- china white
Has anyone else around you had these same symptoms?
Risk for Infection
The Term Newborn
The Vulnerable Newborn- Neonate-Infant
Neonate-Birth and the first 28 days
Neonatal Mortality- highest the first month group B step
The first 24 hours of life are the most dangerous
Infant- 1st month to the first year
Cells divide Formation and
to form a
Zygote, Cells divide to form a morula
End of week 1 to week 2: Formation and implantation of the blastocyst
hCG is detectable in blood 7-9 day after fertilization
Germ layers are developed.
Heart pumps blood
Circulation of blood through the p
Kenneth Smith II
Faulkner State Community College Student Nurse
By the end of practicum experience, the student nurse will:
1. Ensure pt safety by identifying and mitigating current and future risks e.g.:
drug prefixes, roots, and suffixes
These prefixes, roots, and suffixes apply only to generic names.
examples (generic names)
drug class or drug category
sildenafil; tadalafil; vardenafil
phosphodiesterase (PDE) in
Keflex 250 mg po
4 times a day
Lotensin 20 mg po
*B/P systolic <110
Lasix 20 mg po
twice a day
ASA 325 mg po
tabs 1-2 every 4 hours for pain PRN
Coumadin 7.5 mg
*Hold INR > 2.0*
37.5 mg/25 mg