Chapter 33: Home Health and Hospice
1. A nurse is going to visit a client who needs assistance with personal hygiene and feeding.
Which of the following suggestions should be made to the family?
a. Ill teach you how to care for y
Chapter 27: Violence
1. Which of the following best describes the risk for violence among females in the United
One of top five causes of death from age 1 to 44 years
One of top 10 causes of death, especially among
Care of Patients with Diabetes Mellitus
Classification of Diabetes
For all types of DM, the main feature is chronic hyperglycemia (high blood glucose level)
o Caused by reduced insulin secretion or reduced insulin action
The disease is classified by under
Chapter 37: Care of Patients with Shock
Ignatavicius: Medical-Surgical Nursing, 8th Edition
1. A student is caring for a client who suffered massive blood loss after trauma. How does
the student correlate the blood loss with the clients me
1 kg= 1,000 g
1g = 1,000 mg
1 mg = 1,000 mcg
1 L = 1,000 mL
1 mL = 0.001 L
1 oz = 30 mL ( 2 T)
Chapter 10: Medication Administration
Most important: Know the 6 rights
Chapter 11: Understanding and Interpreting Medication Orders
Most important: Know what
Adaptive Quizzing Week 3
The postpartum nurse has just received report on four clients. Which client should the nurse care for first?
Client who vaginally delivered a 7-lb baby 1 hour ago
Client who vaginally delivered a 9-lb baby 1 hour ago
Client who va
Chapter 30: Care of Patients Requiring Oxygen
Therapy or Tracheostomy
1. The nurse is caring for a client with a new tracheostomy. Which
Minimize how long the tubing is disconnected because the client
does not receive oxygen d
(August 27th August 31st)
1. Define normal parameters for pH, PaO2, PaCO2, HCO3 and base excess.
pH 7.35 7.45, PaO2 80-100, PaCO2 35 45, HCO3 22-26, BE -2 - +2
2. Define respiratory acidosis. What is the
A health care provider prescribes oropharyngeal suctioning as needed A nurse is caring for a client who is receiving mechanical ventilation
for a client in a coma. Which assessment made by the nurse indicates via an endotracheal tube with a high-volume, l
Meet the Client: Alanna Milstein
Alanna Milstein, a young, single, Jewish woman is referred to a
neurologist by her family healthcare provider because she had
two probable seizures during the last 2 months.Alanna, a sales
clerk in a department store, has
You recall the importance of appropriate emergency care
when a spine injury is suspected. Which of the following is
indicated in all cases of possible spine injury?
Restraints to prevent injury secondary to seizures Restraints
are not indicated
COPD with Pneumonia
Jean Flick, RN, MS
Meet the Client: Darrel Johnson
Darrell Johnson is a 62-year-old who comes to the Emergency Room with a 4day history of increased sputum production, a change in the character of
sputum, increased shortness of breath,
Chapter Nine Ch.9 Alcohol Study Guide
1. What is distillation? Fermentation?
2. When did prohibition begin and end? What is the 18th amendment? Volstead Act?
3. Who is credited with the idea that alcoholism is a disease?
4. What did Susan B. Anthony belie
You note that Mary is in her middle adulthood years. During middle age, which of the following apply?
Select all that apply (there are 4 correct answers).
Adults in stable marriages renew and strengthen their marriage and family ties Correct
Acute RV failure: reflect backup of blood in systemic circulation
Acute LV failure: SOB, crackles, abnormal chest xray, presence of 3 rd heart sound pulmonary edema, develops as result of backup of fluid
Cor pulmonae: enlargement of RV
A 23-year-old primigravida is at her first prenatal appointment today. Ultrasound indicates that she is at 9
weeks' gestation. She asks when she can first expect to feel her baby move. The best response by the nurse is:
"You should be able to feel the bab
1. To better care for Mrs. Schneider, you gather information about her. Which question is
relevant to her current stage of life?
"Are you dependent on your parents?"
This question is not relevant to Mrs. Schneider. She is a young adult. The young
Increased ICP (Intracranial Pressure) Nursing Care
Intracranial pressure: amount of pressure within the cranium, caused by the brain tissue, blood within the brain cavity, and cerebral
spinal fluid or CSF
Normal Pressure: 5 15 mmHg
What can happen, howeve
Acute Head Injury
J.R. is a 28-year-old man who was doing home repairs. He fell from the top of
a 6-foot stepladder,
striking his head on a large rock. He experienced momentary loss of
consciousness. By the time his
neighbor got to him, he was conscious
Dressing Change Burn Patients
This particular patient is actually in the final stages that his wound healing he has been autographted
Remember to be careful with any lines in tubing that the patient has
Santyl: debridement agent, used in areas of masserat
Hesi Case Study Lung Cancer Evolve Mr. Prieto
1. B- You will need to remove jewelry, such as neck chains.
2. B- Assess for return of the clients gag reflex.
3. B- Both of Mr. Prietos parents were heavy cigarette smokers, and his father died of lung