Breast tumors and breast cancer
o Non hodgkins
1) What are the risk factors for this exemplar? Saunders pg. 604
Running head: CELLULAR REGULATION
El Centro Community College
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Cells are the smallest form of life; they are functional and structural units of all living
Health Care Concepts 3
Concept- INTRACRANIAL REGULATION
The processes that affect intracranial compensation and adaptive neurological function
Seizure Disorder, Stroke, Traumatic Brain Injury/Organ Donation/Brain Dea
What are the signs of cancer in children?
C = continual unexplained weight loss
H = headaches with vomiting (early morning)
I = increased swelling of pain in joints
L = lump or mass
D = development of whitish appearance in pupil
R = recurrent or persisten
Concept HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
The sequence of biophysical, psychosocial, and cognitive developmental changes over the
human lifespan that allow the individual complex adaption to the environment in order to
Early signs and symptoms LUNG CANCER
There may be no symptoms
Coughing up blood- rust color sputum
Breathing difficulties- SOB, wheezing or noisy breathing (called stridor)
Loss of appetite- many cancers cause changed in appetite, which may lead to
Arterial wall thickening and stiffening, decreased compliance.
Left ventricular and atrial hypertrophy. Sclerosis of atrial and mitral valves.
Strong arterial pulses, diminished peripheral pulses, cool extremities.
Concept END OF LIFE
Processes and issues related to death and dying across the life span.
Persistent vegetative State (PVS)
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) (chronic Disease ending in
Description: painful before, during, and after intercourse
More prevalent in women
Pain range from mild to excruciating
Pain description: burning, stinging sharpness, and extreme tenderness
Pain during penetration may be associat
Behavior Warning Signs
Inattention or unfocused
Rarely makes eye contact
Unusually frustrated with tasks
Aggressive with others
Violent on daily basis
Does not seek love
Stares into space, rock
Table: STI worksheet
STI: bacterial or viral
Diagnosis & Treatment
Direct contact with
3 to 8 days
F: majority are
ADHD & ADD
Description: Behavior disorder characterized by developmentally inappropriate degrees of
inattention, over activity, and impulsivity.
Diagnosis is based on self-reports, parent and teacher reports, and use of assessment
Concept CELLULAR REGULATION
The process by which cells replicate, proliferate, and grow.
Lymphoma (Hodgkins, Non-Hodgkins)
Concept PATIENT-CENTERED CARE
Recognizes the patient or designee as the source of control and full partner in providing
compassionate and coordinated care based on respect for patients preferences, values and
Ericksons stages- know this; it will help figure out how they should be behaving.
Aging if family members
Disability of family members
Expanding family (birth, adoption, blending family)
Description: A genetic chromosome 21 disorder causing developmental and intellectual delays.
Associated with maternal age over 35
Characterized by various physical features and cognitive impairment
Cancer, Labor, Neonatal/circumcision, procedural, RA, Trauma: fractures/ms injuries/amputation
How can your patient become over medicated for pain? What are your interventions?
What is palliation?
How should pain d/t cancer be managed?
Description: the inability to attain or maintain an erect penis that allows satisfactory
In younger men, the increase is attributed to substance abuse
Middle-ages men are affected by medical conditions (diabetes, hypert
Description: the cessation of menses associated with declining ovarian function.
Decrease of estrogen over a period of time
Considered complete after 1 year of amenorrhea
Occurs around the age of 44 to 55, with 51 being the average
Autism Spectrum Disorder
Description: A serious developmental disorder that impairs the ability to communicate and
Can range from mild-severe; types include autism, Asperger syndrome (mild), Rett
Symptoms are usually noticed by parent
Description: individual identifies themselves as opposite gender.
a women trapped in mans body
Symptoms & Diagnosis
In children, these symptoms may include:
Consistently saying they are really a girl even though they have the physical t
September 2, 2016
Professor Kathy Pritchett Ob/pedi P2
Wednesday around lunch time
Friday in and out with 3rd semester
Fran Warrick next to P207
1538 Review: Fall 2016
Breast tumors and breast cancer
o Non hodgkins
1. What are the risk factors for the different exemplars?
Breast CA: Female gender, rec
September 9, 2016
Braxton-Hicks contraction that are regular and increase in frequency and duration
Discomfort in back and radiated to abdomen
Pain level will also increase with a change in activity
Several of you reported confusion about why the correct answer to this question from the live review
was Increase the oxygen, so heres the question and a full explanation.
A client is admitted to the acute care unit with stable angina. At 7:00am the clien
Analysis Diagram for Patient Priority Concept Problem
Subjective: Im playing the villain baby, just like you want. Try to give you
everything you wantYou wanted your file, I found you your file, you wanted out,
I got you out, you needed mo
PSYCH PAPER: OPEN AA MEETING
Clinical Rotation Professional Paper Related to
Open AA Meeting
El Centro College
RNSG 2360-71245 Clinical Registered Nursing
11 August 2016
El Centro College of Nursing
PSYCH PAPER: OPEN A
Metabolic Acidosis: Diabetic Ketoacidosis (DKA)
Extreme increase in the hyperglycemic state
Increase in mobilization of fat and protein as energy sources.
Metabolism o fat results in the production of fatty acids, converted to ketone bodies.