What are risk factors for TORCH (a group of infections) in pregnant clients? What nursing interventions
should be taken for clients at risk for TORCH?
Herpes simplex virus
What are anticholinergic adverse effects and what are nursing interventions/client education points related
-Anticholinergic effects are a result of the muscarinic receptor blockade. Most effects are seen in the eyes,
smooth muscles, exocrine gl
Focus Review for Fundamentals
A nurse is providing discharge education to a client regarding home wound care. What manifestations of wound
infection should the nurse include in this education?
-Redness, pain, purulent drainage, fever, chills
Are you at risk of burning out? Burnout occurs when passionate, committed people become
deeply disillusioned with a job or career from which they have previously derived much of their
identity and meaning. It comes as the things that ins
A nurse is caring for a client who has just undergone a craniotomy for a supratentorial tumor. Which of
the following postoperative prescriptions should the nurse clarify with the provider?
A. Dexamethasone (Decadron) 30 mg IV bolus BID
Answer: B. Morphin
6 week old infant
Weight: 11.12 lbs
Height: 23 inches
Baby was in the 98th percentile for height
and 90th percentile for weight for a one
month old girl.
Piaget: Sensorimotor phase-This was seen
in the infant when the bab