STUDENT LAB GUIDE Thorax and Lungs
No Yes, explain (7 dimensions)
1. Do you have a cough?
2. Do you have any shortness of breath?
3. Do you have chest pain with breathing?
4. Do you have any
Chapter 15-Postpartum Adaptations
o First hour: every 15 minutes
o 2nd hour: every 30 minutes
o First 24 hours: every 4 hours
o After 24 hours: every 8 hours
o Temp: slight elevation during first 24 hours
LAB GUIDE ABDOMINAL ASSESSMENT
Yes, explain (7 dimensions)
Any Abdominal pain?
Any change in appetite? Loss?
Any difficulty swallowing?
Any foods you cannot tole
APGAR: (0-2 points each)
o Cyanotic/pale (0)
o Acrocyanosis (1)
o Pink trunk and extremities (2)
o Absent (0)
o Slow (< 100 bpm) (1)
o > 100 bpm (2)
o No response (0)
o Grimace or frown with irritation (1)
o Sneeze, cough, vigo
Chapter 24: Nursing Management of the Newborn at Risk: Acquired and congenital Newborn
Acquired disorder- result from problems experienced by woman during her pregnancy or at
birth, may not be an identifiable cause
Examples: neonatal asphyxia,
1. Vitamin D 200 units PO once daily
Purpose for my patient: Supplement to breastfeeding, prevent rickets
Recommended dosage- 400 units per day
Side effects: headache, somnolence, weakness, arrhythmias
Mechanism of action: Requires
Chapter 22: PP woman at risk
Blood loss of > 500 ml following vaginal birth
>1,000 ml following a c-section
Any amount of bleeding that places the mother in hemodynamic jeopardy
Most common cause: uterine atony
1. A patient is to receive a magnesium sulfate infusion at a rate of 2 GM/hr. If 15 GM of
magnesium is placed in 150ml of D5W, at how many ml/hour should the IV pump be
2. A patient is to receive 1000ml of normal saline (IV) o
Med Surge Hematology & Cardiology
1. A nurse know sthat common problems precipitating from paroxysysmal atrial
tachycardia include which of the following?
b. Extreme emotions
e. Excess alcohol & caffeine