Adult 2 Final Exam
SHOCK- 1 question
Shock: a clinical syndrome characterized by a systemic imbalance between oxygen supply & demand; results in a state of
inadequate blood flow to body organs and tissues, causing life threatening cellular dysfunction. Th
Adult II Exam 3 Liver, Pancreas, Neuro
Liver: largest internal organ located in the RUQ of the abdomen inferior to diaphragm and anterior to stomach.
Functions of the liver: essential functions of the liver require a large amount of blood. Optimal liver f
Adult 2 Exam 2 Respiratory, Burns, Renal
The primary purpose of the respiratory system is gas exchange (the transfer of O 2 and CO2 between the
atmosphere and the blood).
The lungs are lined with visceral pleura and the chest wall is lined wit
Adult II/Exam 1- Cardiac
Pulse pressure(PP)- this is the difference between the systolic BP and the diastolic BP. A normal pulse pressure is
1/3 the systolic measurement.
o A widened pulse pressure with an elevated SBP occurs with exer
Issues & Trends Roles Exam 1
Multigenerational staffing Many are older nurses 45-50
8% are younger than 30
Evidence Based Practice
EBP bridges the gap between what we perceive we are doing and what is actually being done.