TESTBANK Chapter Title: Legal Issues
Chapter #: 3
1. The legal standard of care for a nurse's actions is defined as:
1. minimal competency under the Nurse Practice Act.
2. the ability to distinguish what is right or wrong for the patient.
3. the demonstra
TESTBANK Chapter Title: Psychosocial Alterations
Chapter #: 5
1. According to the transactional theories on stress, what does a person do first when confronted by stress?
1. Employs coping mechanisms to deal with the stress
2. Makes a cognitive appraisal
TESTBANK Chapter Title: Gerontologic Alterations and Management
Chapter #: 11
1. Mr. Y, a 68-year-old male has been admitted to the CCU following an inferior MI. Age-related changes in myocardial
pumping ability may be evidenced by:
1. increased contracti
TESTBANK Chapter Title: Pain and Pain Management
Chapter #: 8
1. The definition of pain with the most clinical significance is that pain is:
1. an uncomfortable experience present only in the patient with an intact nervous system.
2. an unpleasant experie
TESTBANK Chapter Title: Patient/Family Education
Chapter #: 4
1. Which of the following statements best describes patient education in the critical care setting?
1. All patients need to be educated about their disease.
2. Patients have the right to reject
TESTBANK Chapter Title: Nutritional Alterations and Management
Chapter #: 7
1. A patient with acute pancreatitis is to be started on enteral tube feeding. What type of formula would be most
1. Low protein
2. Low sodium
3. Low carbohydrate
TESTBANK Chapter Title: Sleep Alterations
Chapter #: 6
1. Which stage of NREM sleep is associated with anabolic processes?
2. Physiologically, what occurs during REM sleep?
1. Growth hormone is secreted.
2. Metabolic needs are decrease
TESTBANK Chapter Title: Ethical Issues
Chapter #: 2
1. The difference between morals and ethics is that ethics:
1. is more concerned with the why of behavior.
2. distinguishes the good or right in conduct.
3. is broader in scope.
4. concentrates on the ri
TESTBANK Chapter Title: The Pediatric Patient in the Adult Critical Care Unit
Chapter #: 9
1. Calculate the daily fluid requirement for a 60kg child.
1. 2600 ml/m2/day
2. 1500 ml/m2/day
3. 2400 ml/m2/day
4. 3000 ml/m2/day
2. The pathophysiology of one con
TESTBANK Chapter Title: High-Risk and Critical Care Obstetric Issues
Chapter #: 10
1. The underlying disease process in pregnancy-induced hypertension (PIH) is:
2. widespread arteriole vasospasms.
4. thought to be neurologic in origin.
Study Guide for final:
Basic types of research-Qualitative vs. Quantitative
How do they differ?
Hemispheres of the Brain:
and controls the Lt side of the body, usually associated with?
and controls the
Professional Job Interview
Suggestions of things to do and not to do!
What is resume
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accomplishments and your abilities. It
provides an overview of your background. It
is a marketing tool
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statements carefully one by one.
If the statement describes your attitude for the past week, including today,
write T or true. If the stateme
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How is pollution defined?
alternation of any environment because of the action
Who creates pollution
what is pollution mostly made of?
who gets affected by pollution?
Animals and enviornments, eventually could affect
humans if its
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Market Problems that this new
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addition to the pain/drying of the NC) this might be a
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Droplet precautions Contact precautions
Standard precautions are a set of
guidelines for the nurse to take
when caring for the client. These
precautions protect the nurse
form transmitting the disease to
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Theoretical Foundations of Family Nursing
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High Risk L&D, pg 1 of 12
Taking care of patients who have non-reasurring pattern
A non-reassuring pattern is:
less than 2 accelerations
In antepartum setting, you are looking at variable and accelerations
High Risk 2, pg 1 of 9
Threatened abortion: Unexplained bleeding, cramping or backache indicate the fetus may be in jeopardy. Cervix
is closed; may be followed by partial or complete expulsion of pregnancy or may resolve. Mom should be as
HEAD-TO-TOE PHYSICAL ASSESMENT NOTES
-Can you tell me your first and last name (check ID band)
-Can you tell me where you are?
-Can you tell me what the date is?
(if not answering w/ sure answer then keep asking questions- EX:
Key= P L T M P NP
SAMPLE: HR- CA OF THYMUS CASE STUDY
HR is a 30 yo male with stage IV cancer of the thymus, diagnosed 1 year ago and treated
palliatively with radiation and chemotherapy. He has significant right chest wall pain (C4-T9
GB Case Study
Original Case Study: Dr. Carolyn Van Couwenberghe
Revision, template, and updates: Dr. Debra Brady Fall 2010
Case Study Questions to be answered are in RED.
Concepts from this case study will be included on the MT2 and final for N12.