Rheumatic fever is an inflammatory disease that occurs after an infection with
_ _ _ _
The major cardiac clinical manifestation of rheumatic fever is _.
Therapeutic management for rheumatic fever includes:
Penicillin G or _
Pediatric Nursing Review
1. Nutrition Assessment
-General growth within _for height, weight and head
circumference is desired.
-Laboratory test for assessing nutritional status is:
-Physical assessment for nutritional status includes:
-How many cups of mi
Fluid & Electrolyte and Acid- Base
1. Evaluation of successful resolution of a fluid volume deficit may be demonstrated by which
of the following?
The patient demonstrates an absence of postural hypotension and tachycardia
The patient adheres
l. Glomerulonephritis (acute can lead to chronic)
-Inflammatory reaction in the _.
-Antibodies lodge in the glomerulus; get scarring & decreased filtering
-BUN & Creatinine
-sediment/protein in uri
l. Thyroid Problems
-Produces 3 hormones (T3, T4, Calcitonin)
-You need _ to make these hormones. (This is dietary iodine)
-Thyroid hormones give us _!
Hyperthyroid TOO MUCH ENERGY! (Graves Disease)
-The risk of death increases in the very _ and the very _.
-Where do most burns occur?
-After a burn many different pathophysiological changes occur. WHY?
Why does plasma seep out into the tissue?
When does the majority
MAGNESIUM AND CALCIUM
Fact: Magnesium is excreted by kidneys and it can be lost other ways, too (GI tract)
Causes: Renal Failure
Causes: Hyperparathyroidism: too much
Mg makes you _
FLUID VOLUME EXCESS: HYPERVOLEMIA
Define: too much volume in the _ _
a. CHF: heart is_, CO_, decreased_ perfusion, UO_
*the volume stays in the _ _
b. RF: Kidneys aren't_
All 3 have a lot of_
IVF with Na