Independent Study: 1.0 contact hours
Nursings voice in politics:
The Ongoing Relationship Between Nurses and Legislators
Expires July 2016
Debra S. Nault,
MSN, RN, CNM and
Ann Kettering Sincox
Association is accredit
SCIENCE FAIR PROJECT
Ashlyn Hess| Mrs. Mcnees | Syracuse Junior High
STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM
What kind of container will keep ice from melting for the longest
amount of time?
Summarize your research here in three to five significan
Student Name: Dracco, Oliver A
Associate of Science in Nursing
Enroll Status: Enrolled
Start Date: 07/06/2015
NUR 3197: Introduction to Genetics and Genomics in Health Care
Dr. Jennifer Drew
Microbiology & Cell Science Department
Email: Through e-Learning (or email@example.com if you cannot access e-Learning yet)
In the past people ranging at all ages were labeled developmentally disabled (mentally retarded)
have been treated with less care than people that were not developmentally challenged. This is
because they sometimes behave or communicate differently. Unfor
1. Which statement is true about rehab and restorative care for older adults?
a. The purpose is to regain specific abilities lost because of a condition.
b. Rehabilitation consists primarily of regular physical therapy sessions.
c. A person ca
Excessive activity of thyroid gland,
resulting in an elevated level of
circulating thyroid hormone.
Graves disease, Goiter
Graves' Disease is a Autoimmune
A patient having weight loss,
exophthalmos, T3 & T4 el
Understanding Acid Base
Understanding blood gases and acid base can be tricky for most students to get the
hang of, but once you've got it, you've got it!
There are many tips and strategies to help you, from mnemonics, to charts, to lectures,
Med Surg Final
Chapters 30, 31, 32, 33, 38, 40, 42, 44, 45, 46, 47, 49, 51
Care of patients requiring oxygen therapy
1) Conditions such as heart failure, sepsis, fever, some poisons and decreased hemoglobin levels
can affect oxygen levels.
Maternity Exam 2
A primigravida asks the nurse about signs she can look for that would
indicate that the onset of labor is getting closer. The nurse should describe:
A) weight gain of 1 to 3 lbs.
C) fatigue and lethargy.
D) bloody show.
The integumentary system comprises the skin, hair, and nails. Although we seldom think of the skin as
an organ, it is the largest and one of the most complex organs of the body. Composed of three layers
epidermis, dermis, and subcu
Care of the Client with Sensory Disorders
Most of us will agree that the abilities to see, hear, taste, perceive touch, and smell are
pretty important. Without the ability to smell, food would have little, if any, taste. The sense
of touch lets us know wh
HESI Case Study: Postpartum
Prior to discontinuing the IV Pitocin (oxytocin), which assessment is most
important for the nurse to obtain?
A. Vital signs.
B. Vaginal discharge.
C. Uterine firmness.
D. Oral intake
What is the priority nursing diagnosis for