Wound Care: Post-experience report Name:_
After attending the clinical experience, select 2 cases that you observed or in which you
participated. For each case respond to the following questions:
What was the type and location of the patients wound?
Question 1: A client who visits a health care facility for a routine assessment reports to
the nurse that he is unable to control his urinary elimination. This has resulted in him
soiling his clothes and has led to a lot of embarrassment. How should the n
A Review of Red and White Blood Cells from Nursing Support Services
Scanning Micrograph of red blood cells clinging to a hypodermic needle
Erythrocytes or Red Blood Cells are flattened concave discs whose unique shape relates to their function
The Complete list of NANDA Nursing Diagnosis for 2012-2014, with 16 new diagnoses.
2012-2014 edition arranged by concepts
Core reference and the level of evidence for the diagnosis of each
16 new diagnoses
8 revised diagnosis
New & Approved Nursing Diagno
Fluids and electrolytes
Which is a common anion? Chloride
Chloride is a common anion, which is a negatively charged ion. Magnesium, potassium, and
calcium are cations, or positively charged ions.
Mr. Jones is admitted to the nurse's unit from the emergenc
Today I met a woman named Lorraine. I decided that we should sit down and have a
conversation; I wanted to get to know her better. I asked her if she would please tell me
about her family. She brightened her smile,
Running Head: PALMER MORAVIAN DAY SCHOOL ASSESSMENT
Palmer Moravian Day School
Gail Fragassi, Director
Nursery School Ages 3-4
Day Care Age 5
Fundamentals of Nursing
Professor Andrea Corrado
PALMER MORAVIAN DAY SCHOOL ASSESSMENT
Clinical Pharmacology / Nursing 101
Identify the pharmacological effects of the salicylates.
How do salicylates decrease body temperature?
What effect does ASA have on bleeding?
Identify common use
Salicylate Toxicity when more than recommended dose of aspirin is
S/S dizziness, tinnitus, nausea, vomiting, tachycardia, respiratory
Atelectasis collapse of part or all of a lung (alveoli collapse = incomplet