Day Care Clinical Prep
1. In preparation for clinical, please review the developmental expectations for the
infant, toddler, and preschooler. Notes reflecting the stage of
development/examples according to Kohlberg, Erikson and Piage
NSG 334 &335 SIMULATION
The following are learning objectives as preparation for your clinical simulations.
1. Discuss the pathophysiology of asthma with particular focus on childhood asthma.
Asthma is a common pulmonary condit
Look up and write the class, action, side effects, and patient education of the medications
listed below? (10 points)
Class: Therapeutic- antineoplastics / Pharmacologic- T Cell Engagers
Action: Acts as a T-cell engager, binding to
Medication as ordered
Trade Name: Lovenox
Generic Name: Enoxaparin
Action of Med
Accelerates formation of
antithrombin IIIClass of Drug
thrombin complex and
Chemical: Low-molecularpreventing conversion of
1. In your own words how does your author describe life off of the
Life for him is very different from the reservation to his new home in
California. Everything from the noise, people, to lifestyle is new for him.
These loud streets an
All current medications need to be completed utilizing the format below. Discontinued and duplicate medications do
not need to be completed. Be sure that you list the references you use.
What is the trade and Generic name of this medicatio
I have no allergies.
I would like to work with Hortence, Natalie Gross, or Nick Messler
2. Why do you think that we give the clients toiletry items when we
are doing foot care?
I believe that we give the clients toiletry items because this is something
Choose 3 of the following questions to answer and respond to one other
1. How do you feel boarding school experiences have influenced
Native American culture?
I believe the boarding school experience for Native Americans drastically
The discussion is related to the you- tube video that is posted. The video
takes place on the Pine Ridge reservation. The Pine Ridge reservation is
next to the Rosebud Reservation. Sights, sounds and activities are very
similar on both reservations. The v
Choose 2 of the questions below to answer for your initial post.
1. In your opinion, how can health care professionals who provide
culturally congruent care improve health outcomes?
Patient comfort is very important in healthcare. Providing each patient w
1 A patient having renal surgery suddenly develops massive
hypertension and dies during surgery. An autopsy shows the
presence of a pheochromocytoma. In your own words, explain
how this incident might have happened.
2 Your favorite cousin, who is 20 years
1. Describe a head injury or stroke that you have observed
in a patient, friend, family member, or that you have
experienced. Use technical terms to describe the head
injury (e.g., open or closed). List the signs and symptoms,
and indicate how long it too
1 What are the potential consequences of being a healthcare worker who
is unresponsive to the hepatitis B vaccine?
Hepatitis B Virus (HBV) manifests from the interaction of a virus and the host
immune system. This malfunction can result in liver injury, c
1. A 30-year-old woman presents with severe sunburn that she received from
using a tanning bed. She tells you that she feels terrible and has been
vomiting all morning. She also complains of feeling dizzy. All of her skin,
except for the skin beneath her
1. Many early cancers often are not associated with any pain and often few,
if any, clinical symptoms. Discuss why this might be so.
Cancer is the disease caused by an uncontrolled division of abnormal cells in a part
of the body. Cancer involves more tha
1. What are the advantages of having both an immune and an inflammatory
system of defense?
The immune system protects the body by identifying and responding to antigens. Once
the immune system recognizes an abnormality, it is attacked and destroyed by B-c
From what kind of complications might an individual with EhlersDanlos syndrome suffer?
Ehlers-Danlos syndrome (EDS) is a group of more than 10 different
heterogeneous, inherited disorders that involve a genetic defect in
collagen, connective-tissue synt
Given the fact that there is no cure for Huntington
chorea, how would you counsel clients?
Because there is no cure for Huntington chorea I would
counsel patients in a specific manner appropriate for their
condition. As a nurse, I would advise this pati
Understand the precautions used for
treating a patient with pneumonia.
Understand the risk factors for
The elderly, the very young, and
individuals who smoke or are
Nursing Student Handbook Scavenger Hunt
Instructions: Use the Student Handbook link located on the NURS 320 homepage to answer the
following questions. Identify the name of the policy.
1. What do I do if I am charged with a crime during the nursing progra
Osteoporosis Case Study
Loretta is a 72 year old female who came to the ED following a fall. She complained
of pain in her left foot. An x-ray showed a fracture in the 5th metatarsal. When she
was 60 years old, she was diagnosed with osteoporo
Syllabus Scavenger Hunt
Instructions: Use the syllabus from the NURS 320 Course and answer the following questions.
1. How many points do I need for a B in this course?
2. What are some actions considered as cheating?
Copying from another students
A research design that seeks to describe the lived experiences of Alaskan
Native women suffering from post partum depression would be classified
A research design which seeks to measure and compare blood pressure
values in two di
Student: Heather Morris_
* NOTE for mom: Do not include drugs given during labor & delivery. ADD & DO any others ordered. For baby, do all meds given to baby since
Client Risk Factors
Student: _Heather Morris_
Risks occur in all phases of the childbearing year (prenatal, labor/birth/recovery, postpartum, and to the
newborn). The role of the nurse is to be alert to risk factors that are present or may be present so t