Running Head: REFLECTION-VETERANS
A meaningful event occurred during my placement at the Sunnybrook hospital in
Toronto, Ontario. One of the patients at the hospital responded with verbal aggression when I
moved a table sudde
HAP201 Week 10
Urinary Sample Quiz
1. One way
the body looses (appreciable amounts of) fluid is through:
2. Which organ carries urine away from the kidneys to the bladder?
The renal pel
Running head: WOUND CARE
Sterile Technique in Wound care
November 5, 2015
Sterile Technique in Wound Care
This week, I was in an extended care unit, where patients with critical illnesses
Digestive System Sample Quiz
1. Which structure regulates the flow of chyme from the stomach to the
a) Pyloric sphincter
b) Internal sphincter
c) Ileocecal sphincter
d) Lower esophageal sphincter
2. Which of
the following digestive p
ment of a
with left hip
nt in the left
Acute pain related to
Clinical sign of
Cont. of ascending
branches: brachiocephalic trunk, left common
carotid, left subclavian
branches: R. common carotid, R. subclavian arteries
Type 1 Diabetes
Type 2 Diabetes
result of pancreatic islet cell destruction and a total deficit of circulating
Characterized by hyperglycemia, a breakdown of body fats &
proteins, and development of ketosis (accumulation of ke
Concept test: diabetes
10 questions, 1 case study
lab values: normal ranges are there
state which season/episode you stopped at
People from diabetes die from kidney failure, blindness, cardiovascular disease: MI, stroke
What is Donning/Doffing?
Perform Hand hygiene
Put on a gown
Put on a mask or N95 respirator
Put on eye protection
Put on gloves
Perform hand hygiene
Remove eye protection
Remove mask or N95 respirator
Which of the following is true about the health patterns of adolescents?
A. Teens have fewer acute illnesses than younger children
B. Teens have more acute illnesses than younger children
C. Teens have more chronic illnesses than adults
Chapter 9: Nervous Tissue
Overview of the nervous system:
Among the 11 body systems, the nervous system and the endocrine system play the most
important roles in maintaining homeostasis.
Neurology branch of medical science that deals with the nor
Chapter 15: The Cardiovascular System (Heart)
Structure and Organization of the Heart:
The heart is between the two lungs in the thoracic cavity, with about two-thirds of its mass
to the left of the midline. Posterior to the sternum and superior to the d
PNA MIDTERM PREP:
Classification of Joints:
Joint (articulation) is a point of contract between bones, between cartilage & bones,
between teeth & bone
Arthrologyscientific study of joints, many joint of the body permit movement
Thursday, January 28, 2016
Protect and supports the body
Binds organs together
Extracellular matrix (fluids + protons) (minerals, bone)
Dense connective: less cells, extra with lots of protein fibres and collagen
First Aid Notes
- Principles of the Good Samaritan: consent, reasonable skill and care, negligence, abandonment
- Preventing Infection: bloodborne, airborne and sometimes contact first two are main concern
- Emergency Scene Management: scene, primary, sec
Ch. 42 Nutrition
- Basal Metabolic Rate energy requirement for a person at rest
- Resting Energy Expenditure measurement that accounts for BMR + energy to digest meals and perform mild activity
o Accounts for approximately 60-75% of our daily needs
- First: pulse, respiration, temp, O2 saturation, BP
- 6th Vital Sign: PAIN! make cause changes in other vital signs!
- Self-report from patient or family if patient unable believe the client
- Done daily or more frequently (RNAO Best Prac
Lecture 2 Documentation, Bed-making, Privacy and Confidentiality
Hand-washing put water on your hands first, add soap and rub for 15 seconds and remember fingers, wrists
- Dry hands with paper towel or blow drier
- Turn off taps with paper towe
THORAX AND LUNGS: Health Assessment and Physical Examination Guide
Student _Date _Client [initials] _Age _Sex _Occupation _
Onset? Gradual or sudden?
Characteristics: hacking, dry, wet?
At any special time of day or just on arising?
Lungs and Thorax
Bates Video Viewing Guide: Lungs & Thorax
PRINT for note taking during viewing
Keep textbook handy to compare diagrams or pictures
Each video clip last ~1-2 minutes.
Every clip has SOUND,
Video clip #1 Initial Assessment Posterior Tho
1.During the physical examination the head and neck, the nurse palpates several nodules on
the patient's thyroid gland. What would this finding suggest to the nurse?
1. After noting a pulse deficit when assessing a patient who has just arrived in the
emergency department, the nurse will anticipate that the patient may require
a. a 2-D echocardiogram.
b. a cardiac catheterization.
c. hourly b
Chapter 24 Male Genitourinary System
Adults And Aging Adult
The male does not experience a definite end to fertility as the female does. Around age 40 years, the production of
sperm begins to decrease, although it continues into the 80s and 90s. After age
Chapter 25 Anus, Rectum, And Prostate
The anal canal in the outlet of the gastrointestinal tract, and it is about 3.8 centimeters long in the adult. The rectal
interior has three semilunar transverse folds called the Valves of Houston.
In the mal
Health Assessment (Final Exam Review; Jarvis 6th Ed.)
1. A 45-year-old mother of two children is seen at the clinic for complaints of "losing my urine when I
sneeze." The nurse documents that she is experiencing:
B. stress incontinence.
1. Which of the following arteries primarily feeds the anterior wall of the heart?
a. Circumflex artery
b. Internal mammary artery
c. Left anterior descending artery
d. Right coronary artery
2. When do coronary arteries primarily receive blood flow?
PHYSICAL ASSEMENT OF THE THORAX AND LUNGS
Inspection, palpation, and auscultation are used in the examination of the respiratory system.
Always begin with a full set of vital signs including oxygen saturation. The exam of the older
adult is the