Exam 2 Blueprint
To prepare for the exam, review all course readings, videos, online modules classroom activities,
PowerPoints and learning activities from content February 6 through March 11
Total points = 50 points
Multiple Choice: 70%
6. The client who has undergone a thyroidectomy is at risk for developing hypocalcemia from inadvertent removal or damage to the
parathyroid gland. The client with hypocalcemia will exhibit a positive Chvosteks sign (facial muscle contraction when
CONCEPT OF PERFUSION
ECG MONITORING AND
Properties of Cardiac Tissue
Automaticity: cells are able to initiate their
own response and do their own thing
Excitability: tissues are able to be
Level 4 Dosage Calculation Practice Problems
Use NMNEC Rounding Rules to calculate the following:
1. The recommended safe dosage of cefaclor for a child is 20 mg/kg/day divided into doses every 8 hours.
The childs weight is 44 lb. The medication is suppli
SBAR Report Competency Check Off
BEFORE Calling the Physician:
Assess the patient.
Review the chart for the appropriate physician to call.
Read the most recent physician and nursing notes.
Admitting Diagnosis: _
Code Status: _
IV Fluids: _
Obstruction of airflow
Diagnostic Criteria: H&P and Pulmonary
Treatment: pharmacologic therapy
Have a ventilation problems
Hypercapnea and Hypoxemia can occur
Concept of Perfusion Class Prep Worksheet
1) Relate the influence of the autonomic nervous system on the heart.
a. Parasympathetic Nervous System: Vagus Nerve
i. Decreases rate
ii. Slows impulse conduction
iii. Decreases force of contraction