Chapter 21. Drugs Affecting the Endocrine System
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
1. Both men and women experience bone loss with aging. The bones most likely to demonstrate
Impaired Skin Integrity p.734-740- Nursing Diagnosis Handbook
Definition- at risk for an inadequate blood flow to the bodys tissues which may lead to lifethreatening cellular dysfunction
Risk Factors- Adv
Student Name: _ Date: _
MMCC NURSING PROCESS WORKSHEET (NPW) NUR 226
Sex: M / F
Marital Status: S M D W
Chief Complaint/Nursing Problem:
PMH (past medi
F and E
Summarize the physiologic concepts related to fluid and electrolyte balance, metabolism, acidbase balance, colloid osmotic or oncotic pressure, hydrostatic pressure.
Thirst center = hypothalamus, balances osmality
ADH = antidiuretic hormone from p
1. Signs and symptoms of a pneumothorax.
SOB, chest tightness, high HR and RR, anxiety, restlessness, chest pain
2. The function/purpose of each section of the closed chest drainage system.
Drainage collection chamber (right)- collects up to 2500mL of flu
Vocabulary for Disorders of the Liver, gallbladder & pancreas
1. Cirrhosis - a chronic disease of the liver marked by degeneration of cells, inflammation, and
fibrous thickening of tissue. It is typically a result of alcoholism or hepatitis.
2. Viral hepa
Test 5 Study Guide - Level II
Risk factors, disease pathophysiology, signs and symptoms of type 1 and 2 Diabetes
Normal fasting blood glucose, HbA1C purpose and values, cause and significance of
General knowledge of CHO counting con
Nur 225 Test 3
Differentiate between the vent modes Assist Control (AC), Synchronized
Mechanical Ventilation(SIMV), PEEP, Pressure Regulated Volume Control
Potential complications of ventilators and endotracheal intubation
Endocrine Case Studies
Diabetes Insipidus (DI)
Anti-Diuretic Hormone (ADH) is released by the posterior pituitary to aid in regulating _.
ADH (the opposite of a diuretic) would cause the kidneys to retain/excrete (circle one) water.
DI is caused by the se
NM is a 77 year old female. She is Native American, widowed female. NM seems educated and
easy to approach. NM is a retired nurse of 42 years. The source of this case study is the patient
and her daughter. She urinates through the night approx
Which of these Hindu classes came from Purusha's mouth according to Rig Veda 10.90?
A sacred story about the beginning of the universe.
op: see Ch.
18, pt may
need assistive devices
3. TCDB and increase activity per MD order (prevent
Painful erosion over
Chapter 33 Hypertension
Hypertension is usually asymptomatic until there is target organ damage. It
is called the silent killer
High blood pressure
After age 50 systolic is high; its bad
Organs that can be damaged by hypertension are Eyes and Kidney
Test #4 Review
Chapter 33 15 questions
Chapter 34 10 questions
Chapter 38 15 questions
Chapter 15 15 questions
Chapter 44 15 questions
+ 5 math problems (remember to review you rounding rules!)
-How are we SUPPOSED to take a BP?
Ch 15 HIV
HIV should not be a big deal if you follow standard precautions
#1 way to prevent infections- wash your hands
if your on medications- take all of your meds! Follow regimen
what do we use antibiotics for? To treat infections
Do we u