Chapter 11: Reproductive Anatomy and Physiology
1. Which man is most likely to have abnormal sperm formation resulting in infertility?
a. A 20-year-old man with undescended testicles
A For normal sperm formation, a mans testes must be cooler than his core
Birth to one year
First dose is given at birth and a second dose is given between 1- 2 months.
Administered: IM/Anterolateral thigh muscle
Contraindication: Severe allergic reaction such as anaphylaxis, after a previous
dose or to a va
CLINICAL PRESENTATION 1535-102
NAME: Jamie Sanchez
1. ASSESSMENT OF LEARNERS:
The purpose of this presentation is to teach preschool age children how to eat healthy
in a way that they can understand. In order to best teach this age range
Clinical presentation: 1535-102
1. ASSESSMENT OF LEARNERS:
According to Giddens one of the most important cognitive shifts in the preschool years that
occurs from three to four-year-olds is the development of symbolic thought. Symbolic tho
-For the modified breakfast, we advised our patient to switch from Frosted flakes to Multi-Grain
Cheerios. Frosted flakes are high in sugar while Multi-grain Cheerios are lower in calories, sugar, sodium,
and carbohydrates. Being as the patient enjoys cer
Hypothyroid vs hyperthyroid
Patients with hypothyroidism may
experience some or all of the
following S/S: fatigue, lethargy,
depression, anxiety, impaired
memory, weight gain, difficulty
swallowing, feeling like you
1. Which assessment and lab findings represent manifestation of hypermetabolism?
fatigue, rapid, irregular heart rate, insomnia, elevated ESR, BUN, Creatinine, T4, T3, edema
2. The patient's higher than normal levels of T4 and T3 indicate hyperthyroid sta
You graduated 3 months ago and are working with a home care agency. Included in your caseload is J.S.,
a 60-year-old man suffering from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) related to (R/T) cigarette
smoking. He has been on home oxygen, 2 L oxygen
1. Need O2, tracheostomy tray and suction
2. Airway, breathing, choking, swelling of the neck, bleeding and hypocalcemia.
3. Important nursing interventions after a thyroidectomy include: Check labs, ekg and assess the
patient for signs of hemorrhage or t
Observe the patient unit during your next clinical rotation. Which of the following nursing
management functions do you see the staff nurse performing? Write a sentence describing
what you see and how it relat
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
Pulmonary Case Study
1. Orders are appropriate for M.N., postoperative patients need to ambulate to reduce the
risk for DVT, incentive spirometer increase exercise on lungs, pain management is
needed, and ampicillin is prophylaxis. I would monitor M.N.s p
Chapter 02: Safe Care: The Core of Leading and
1. For each body system, name as many exemplars as you can (for example)
a. Genitourinary: Cystitis, Pylonephritis, UTI
i. Urethritis, Glomerulonephritis, Cystitis, Pylonephritis, UTI
b. Respiratory: common cold, to
Chapter 26: Delegation: An Art of Professional
The nurse begins the preoperative assessment by taking Ms. Jackson's vital signs.
1. Which vital sign requires follow-up by the nurse?
A) BP of 160/88.
This blood pressure is elevated and requires further action by the nurse
A 1,000 ml bag of Lactated Ringer's solution containing 10 units of Pitocin
(oxytocin) is infusing via an 18 g peripheral IV in the left forearm at 125 ml per
hour, with 300 ml remaining in the bag. The IV is patent, without redness
Jennie Smith is a 15-year-old female client who is a gravida 1, para 0 at 36
weeks gestation by both estimate date of birth and ultrasound. She began
prenatal care at 10 weeks gestation and has had an uneventful pregnancy
except for mild pedal edema that
Infant Care at Birth
The nursery RN places the infant under a radiant warmer and starts to dry her quickly.
What is the rationale for these actions?
B) Convective heat loss from evaporation is reduced.
Drying the infant quickly and placing her