Prenatal Dx Congenital
Sudden Infant Death
Table: STI worksheet
STI: bacterial or viral
A new sex partner.
A sex partner who has
Multiple sex partners.
Having other sexually
Time, color, odor, amount, FHR: what to document when membranes are ruptured
You would reposition the mother for this FHR pattern? Variable decelerations
Stop Pitocin and administer a tocolytic for this contraction pattern? Hypertonus or uterine
Med-Surg: Immune and Infectious
Which finding should alert nurse to 2 day post-op is developing an infection?
Temp of 37.8*C (100.2*F)
Erythema at incision site
WBC of 9000
Erythema at incision site: initial sign of wound infection
Discuss the problems of the preterm infant related to the prior concepts learned. How
are they related and what are the nursing interventions?
related to concept
a. Perinatal asphyxia
Review with Green
CANCER PHYSIOLOGICAL CONCEPT
*Screening (PSA, BRCA, CA screening and markers)
Overview of solid and lymphatic tumors
Care and treatment plan
Outcome of treatment plan is nursing skills
Exams to monitor Cancer what do the m
A charge nurse on the postpartum unit is observing a newly lic nurse who is preparing o administer pain
medication to a client. The charge nurse should intervene when the newly lic nurse uses which of the
following secondary id to identify the client?
A nurse is teaching a client who is to start taking hydrocodone with acetaminophen tablets for
pain. Which of the following information should the nurse include in the teaching?
Decreased respirations might occur
A nurse is preparing to administer Ciprofl
A nurse is caring for a client whose child has a terminal illness. The client requests information about
how to deal with the upcoming loss. Which of the following statements should the nurse make
"It is not uncommon to feel angry toward yourself or other
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?
Toxoplasmosis - D/t consumption of raw/undercooked meat or handling cat feces; S/S similar to
Pharmacology Critical Points
Anxiety Disorders: Identifying Medications That Place a Client at Risk for Falls
Benzodiazepines can place a client at risk for falls because the drugs cause CNS depression,
which included Sedation, lightheadedness, ataxia, de
A nurse is initiating home safety teaching to a client. What would be some appropriate nursing
interventions for this nurse to include in the plan of care?
Teach not to have clutter on the floors
Not to have any loose cords in middle of the rooms
A pediatric client is complaining of a sore throat and general weakness. The provider diagnoses the
client with Group A B-hemolytic streptococci (GABHS). Identify three (3) manifestations of GABHS?
What are interventions and teaching points to discuss wit
A nurse is completing a physical assessment on a child. What are three (3) potential signs of neglect?
Absent from school,
Lacks medical attention,
A nurse is caring for a client with delirium. What is the onset and clinical manifestations of th
Health Promotion of Infants (2 Days to 1 Year): Teaching About Home Safety
Newborn infants should be placed in a federally approved car seat at a 45-degree angle to
prevent slumping and airway obstruction. The car seat is placed rear facing in the rear se
Hyperthyroidism: Home Safety Precautions for Radioactive Iodine Therapy
Do not use same toilet as others for 2 weeks.
Flush the toilet three times.
Wear clothing that is washable, wash clothing separate from clothing of others, and run the
The nurse is taking a blood pressure on a child. What are some nursing considerations when doing the
The cuffs bladder width should be about 40% of the childs arm circumference
The cuffs bladder length should cover 80% to 100% of the arms circu
Managing Client Care: Appropriate AP Delegation
Gather Vital Signs
Measure I & O
Assist with transfers
Managing Client Care: Delegation to LPN
Administering enteral feedings
Inserting a urinary catheter
Performing tracheostomy care
Managing Client Care: I
Psychotic Disorders: Initial Plan of Care for a Client Who Has Schizophrenia
Promote therapeutic communication to lower anxiety, decrease defensive patterns, and
encourage participation in the milieu
Assess discharge needs, such as ability to perform acti
CPA CLINICAL JUDGMENT
Concept: CLINICAL JUDGMENT
Giddens, Chapter 36 Clinical Judgement
Why has the delivery of health care become very complex?
Larger numbers of pts w/complicated medical conditions b
RNSG 1137 Professionalism
1. Based on the article by McKinney, what are the differences between for-profit and not-for-profit healthcare
organizations? The difference between these two are how the profits are distributed. For-profit HCOs are desig
1. According to the ANA which of the following is a requirement to assume a professional role? Provision of safe and
2. According to your concept analysis diagram on professionalism, which of th
Quality Improvement Questions
1. A nurse is serving in the hospitals Quality Improvement Committee. As the nursing representative, the nurse focuses on
quality improvement measures on: Improvement in patient care.
2. A nurse is feeling overwhelm
Evidence Based Practice Quiz
RNSG 1137 Professionalism
1. Quantitative Research: type of research focused on the testing of a hypothesis through objective observation and
2. Qualitative Research: type of research that focuses on a persons expe
Management of Care (6 items)
Confidentiality/Information Security (1 item)
Creating and Maintaining a Therapeutic and Safe Environment: Establishing Trust (Therapeutic
Procedure, RM MH RN 9.0 Chp 5)
Introduce self to patient and state your purpose.
RNSG 1533 Level 2
Alzheimers Disease (form of dementia)
Explain the concept of Cognition
Definition: The process of thought by which an individual learns, stores,
retrieves, and uses information
Antecedents: To o