Compare assessment findings typically present
in patients with peripheral arterial and
peripheral venous disease.
Identify when venous thromboembolism (VTE)
and complications of VTE occur.
List nursing intervention
Differentiate between the causes of acute
and chronic kidney failure.
Describe the nursing management of
patients with acute and chronic renal
Compare and contrast renal replacement
Explain liver function tests.
Relate jaundice, portal hypertension, ascites,
varices, nutritional deficiencies to the
pathophysiology of the liver.
Use the nursing process as the framework for the
care of the
Inflammation of the
bronchi in the lower
Usually occurs with
OVERVI EW OF ANATOMY AND P HYSI OLOGY OF EYE AND EAR
A. Eye structures
1. Outer protective layer, also called fibrous coat; consists of sclera and cornea
2. Middle vascular layer, also called uveal tract; contains pigmented iris
surrounding pupil, which r
CARING FOR THE
MENTAL & BEHAVIORAL
CHRISTINE DENLEY, RN
Chamberlain College of Nursing
NR443 Community Health Nursing
CARING FOR THE MENTAL AND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH POPULATION:
Who are the mental/behavioral population?
Diabetes Mellitus Part I
Care Of The Patient With Diabetes
Facts About Diabetes
Etiology and Pathophysiology
Types of Diabetes
The Role of Insulin
Treatment of moderate to
GENERIC NAME /TRADE
Chapter 20. Electroconvulsive Therapy
1. A nurse administers pure oxygen to a client during and after electroconvulsive therapy. What is the nurses rationale for this procedure?
A. To prevent increased intracranial pressure resulting from anoxia
B. To pre