Name (Print): Audra Farley
All work must be paraphrased.
Course work on Chapter 26-29
Chapter 26 (10 points)
1. Define the clotting cascade and its purpose (paraphrase) one paragraph minimum. The clotting
cascade consists of a series of steps beg
Fluid and Electrolytes Study Guide:
are some common causes? What
if a clientWhat
DehydrationLoss of pure water alone without corresponding loss of s
Dysentery caused by bacterial or protozoan (1 cell organism, such as amoeba) It can be
d/t parasitic worm, rarely a chemical irritant or viral infection can also be a cause.
Shigella dysenteriae, produces the most severe symptoms.
Young children most worr
Renal failure (chronic)
The end result of gradually progressive loss of kidney function
May be staged according to glomerular filtration rate (GFR), as follows:
o Stage 1: GFR normal (greater than 90% of kidney function) but
displays signs of mil
Visual and Auditory Study Guide
Know the definition of legal blindness
Central visual acuity for distance of 20/200 or worse in the better
eye with correction
Visual field no greater than 20 degrees in its widest diameter or
in the better
1. What are the gerontological changes expected in the neurological system?
Central Nervous System
Alterations in selected
Cerebral blood flow and
Efficiency of temperatu
Study Checklist Cancer Nursing Test 2
For all items on the list, be able to think about how you would recognize, teach,
answer patient questions related to a specific cancer or respond to potential oncologic
1. General factors contributing to
HIV Study Guide Questions
Here are questions about HIV. The information can be found in Lewis (9 th ed.), Chapter 15.
This is provided as a suggested study guide for the test. You DO NOT have to complete the questions or
turn it in. It is provided as a gu
Genes are a basic unit of heredity (made up of DNA)
Genes are made up of DNA
a) DNA stores Genetic info and encodes the instructions for synthesizing
specific proteins to maintain life.
DNA dictates rat proteins are made
Every somatic cell in
How is HIV transmitted? HIV is a fragile virus. Only transmitted from blood, semen, vaginal secretons,
breast-milk. Unprotected sex w/ an infected partner, exposure to blood or blood products, perinatal
transmission during pregnancy @delivery or through b
Grumpy and Pushy Study focus
Here are some questions to help you focus on relevant areas for Chemical Impairment/ Substance Use Disorder and Anger, Aggression, and Violence for test 7. This is not a guarantee that all
test questions would be covered by th
Inhalation (100% o2, intubation, endoscopy w/in 24 hrs)
Above the glottis
Injury to the mouth
If swelling is circumferential, swelling will be distal
The respiratory system is divided into two parts: the upper respiratory tract and the lower respiratory
tract (Fig. 26-1). The upper respiratory tract includes the nose, pharynx, adenoids, tonsils, epiglottis,
larynx, and trachea.
The lower respiratory tr