Not a disease; umbrella term that indicates there is some disease or disorder
Any condition that results in a significant decrease in total RBCs, hemoglobin, or both
Arterial O2 tension or partial pressure of O2 (PaO2) is below normal
Three Interesting Facts to Study!
1.ATI says aspirin toxicity can cause metabolic acidosis and lecture says
respiratory alkalosis. WHAT is going on?
"The toxic effects of salicylates are complex. Respiratory centers are directly stimulated,
causing a prim
Medication Check Off Drug Information
Name of Medication, Dose, Route, is the Dose Appropriate?
What class of medication is this?
What is the pregnancy category? _
What is the primary indication for this medication?
What are the contraindications to
Place each of the highlighted findings from your assessment paperwork in one (or more) of the following categories. Determine your priority
problem then go to this category in your Doenges book/card and pick a Nursing Diagnosis. Be sure to read the defini
What we want the client to learn
(goal) & how we will know
learning has occurred (outcome
The content we plan to teach
(References Cited APA)
Teaching Strategies and Learning
N3316 Bedside Assessment Outline
Arrive for bedside assessment on time, in professional dress, and with all appropriate
equipment (watch + second hand, penlight, stethoscope, measuring tape).
Interact with patient in a professi
Assessing Lung Sounds
(3) Normal Breath Sounds
Bronchial breath sounds: loud, harsh and high pitched. Heard over the trachea, bronchibetween clavicles and midsternum, and
over main bronchus.
Bronchovesicular breath sounds: blowing sounds, moderate intensi
Student:_ Date: _
Group Members: _
GRADING RUBRIC FOR TEACHING PROJECT
A. Appearance (10)
1. Is the student poised and self-confident?
2. Is the student well-groomed and
appropriately dressed? (5)
B. Preparation (55)
1. Does the studen
UAMS CON N3316 Patho-Health Assessment
Bedside Assessment Grading Criteria (Biophysical Assessment Standards)
Professionalism (5 pts.)
1. Arrives for bedside assessment on time, in professional
dress, and with appropriate equipment.
2. Acts professionally
HEALTH TEACHING PROJECT
The clinical setting provides students with an opportunity to observe an array of health
care services and disease processes. The purpose of this project is to allow the student
to participate in one of the many roles of a baccalau
Chapter 12 Stress & Adaptation
Stress is a disturbance in normal homeostasis caused by internal or external stimuli called stressors.
Adaptive coping techniques are those that offer healthy choices to the person and reduce the negative
effects of stress.
1. A nurse is preparing to give an oral dose of drug X to treat a patient's high blood pressure. After giving
the drug, the nurse finds that it reduces the blood pressure without serious harmful effects, but it also
causes the patient to have nausea and a
Quiz Chapters 12, 20 (pg 422), 31, 19, 41, 43, 21, 13, 14, 33, 9 (pg 164-170)
1. A client arrives 15 minutes late for his appointment. He appears to be angry and impatient and
says, "If you people would provide closer parking, I could be here on time." Wh
1. A nursing student asks the nurse to explain the role of cyclooxygenase-2 (COX-2) and its role
in inflammation. The nurse will explain that COX-2
converts arachidonic acid into a chemical mediator for inflammation.
Nonopioid and Opioid Analgesics
1. The nurse is evaluating a patient 2 hours after giving a dose of 30 mg of codeine with
acetaminophen for postoperative pain after abdominal surgery. The patient reports a pain level
of 7 on a scale of 1 t