Study hints for mid term
Pressures in the heart- what side is high, low
The circulatory system has two parts: the systemic circulation the HIGH pressure system.
It supplies blood to all other body tissues. It consists of the left side of the heart, the ao
Chapter 43 Outline Nursing Care of the Child with a Genitourinary Disorder
Ricci, S.S., Kyle, T., Carman. (2013). Maternity and Pediatric Nursing. New York: Lippincott
Williams & Wilkins
CHAPTER 43 - KEY POINTS
Ranging from acute to chronic diseases
ACCUR
MedSurg Test 3, Unit 7
GI System
Liver provides the body many metabolic and digestive functions that require large amounts of
blood
o Receives blood from both venous and arterial flow
o Hepatic artery, branching from abd. aorta provides oxygenated blood a
Problems of Cardiac Output and Tissue Perfusion
Review:
S1: Tricupsid and
Mitral Valve closure.
S2: Aortic and
Pulmonic Valve
closure
S3:Ventricular gallop.
Results from
myrcardial failure and
ventricular volume
overload (CHF, mitral
or tricuspid
regurgit
Heart failure can be acute or chronic and can be
triggered/exacerbated with:
High salt intake or fluid (watch fluids)
Infection
Uncontrolled atrial fibrillation
Renal failure
Heart Failure
Definition: the heart is too weak to pump efficiently so it cant p
Integrated Management-of-Care Questions for the NCLEX Examination
1
1. The home health nurse is assigned to visit all of the following clients when a change in agency
staffing requires that one of the clients be rescheduled for a visit on the following da
Study Guide for Exam 2 Oxygenation
Review points:
Age related changes in normal respiratory system.
What can cause each type of acid base imbalance (Respiratory Acidosis, Respiratory
Alkalosis, Metabolic Acidosis, and Metabolic Alkalosis)
A truly neutral
Sexually Transmitted Infections
Candidiasis yeast, monilia, fungal infection. Candida is normally in vagina and becomes pathologic when
environment is altered. 75% of woman have at least one episode
o Maternal effect resistant to treatment during pregnanc
PN Management Online Practice 2014 A
Notes
Nurse appears unkempt with slurred speech->notify the nurse manager of
the observations, who should then ensure client safety is not compromised
Confidentiality: the client has the right to prevent family membe
Alcohol Use Disorder
By: Jessica Rodriguez
When does drinking turn into a disorder?
Chronic disease, distinguished by uncontrolled
drinking and preoccupation with alcohol
Involves a repeated use, leading to clinically
significant impairment during a 12 mo
Alcohol Use Disorder Priorities
Jessica
Rodriguez
Strengthen individual coping skills
Determine understanding of current situation, previous, and
other methods of coping with lifes problems.
Encourage verbalization of feelings, fears, and anxiety.
Enco
Video Case Studies Notes: Depression
Cognitive Distortion: are negative thoughts that indicate
distorted thinkings about ones self or the environment. I
never say the right thing to other people is an example of
an automatic all or nothing generalization
Mental Health: Mood Disorder Priorities & Action
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therapeutic milieu :
provide a safe environment during an acute phase
monitor client regularly for suicidal thoughts, intentions, and escalating behavior
decrease sti
three multiplications of n-bit integers
are carried out using 3f (n)-bit
operations. Each of the additions,
subtractions, and shifts uses a constant
multiple of n-bit operations, and Cn
represents the total number of bit
operations used by these operation
first five numbers or the last number.
4. What is the probability that a hand
of 13 cards contains no pairs? 5. What
is the probability that a 13-card bridge
hand contains a) all 13 hearts? b) 13
cards of the same suit? c) seven spades
and six clubs? d) s
card at random and observe only one
side. a) If the side is black, what is the
probability that the other side is also
black? b) What is the probability that
the opposite side is the same color as
the one we observed? 18. What is the
probability that when
is the number of moves used by the
FrameStewart algorithm to solve the
Reves puzzle with n disks, where k is
chosen to be the smallest integer with
n k(k + 1)/2, then R(n) satisfies the
recurrence relation R(n) = 2R(n k) +
2k 1, with R(0) = 0 and R(1) = 1
of people linking these people, where
two people adjacent in the chain know
one another. For example, in Figure 6
in Section 10.1, there is a chain of six
people linking Kamini and Ching. Many
social scientists have conjectured that
almost every pair of p
cases where the older child is a boy
born on a Tuesday and then the case
where the older child is not a boy born
on a Tuesday.] 29. Let X be a random
variable on a sample space S. Show
that V (aX + b) = a2V (X) whenever a
and b are real numbers. 30. Use
C
but one come up the same, the person
whose coin comes up different buys the
refreshments. Otherwise, the people
flip the coins again and continue until
just one coin comes up different from
all the others. a) What is the
probability that the odd person ou
n-bit integers using the fast
multiplication algorithm described in
Example 4. Solution: Example 4 shows
that f (n) = 3f (n/2) + Cn, when n is
even, where f (n) is the number of bit
operations required to multiply two nbit integers using the fast
multipli
where Rn is the number of regions that
a plane is divided into by n lines, if no
two of the lines are parallel and no
three of the lines go through the same
point. b) Find Rn using iteration. 22.
a) Find the recurrence relation
satisfied by Rn, where Rn i
and 28 = 256 dollars if the first head
comes up on or after the eighth flip.
What is the expected value of the
amount of money the person wins?
How much money should a person be
willing to pay to play this game? 22.
Suppose that n balls are tossed into b
only one survives. We denote the
number of the survivor by J (n). 33.
Determine the value of J (n) for each
integer n with 1 n 16. 34. Use the
values you found in Exercise 33 to
conjecture a formula for J (n). [Hint:
Write n = 2m + k, where m is a
nonnega
not the sixth number, drawn? c) What
is the probability that a player wins
$150 by matching exactly three of the
first five numbers and the sixth
number or by matching four of the first
five numbers but not the sixth
number? d) What is the probability
tha
recurrence relation for the number of
ternary strings of length n that contain
two consecutive symbols that are the
same. b) What are the initial
conditions? c) How many ternary
strings of length six contain
consecutive symbols that are the
same? 19. Mess
the minimum number of integer
multiplications needed to solve a
matrix-chain multiplication problem
has exponential worst-case complexity.
[Hint: Do this by first showing that the
order of multiplication of matrices is
specified by parenthesizing the
prod
assigned to the outcome of heads and
the outcome of tails if heads comes up
three times as often as tails? 3. a)
Define the conditional probability of
an event E given an event F. b) Suppose
E is the event that when a die is rolled
it comes up an even num