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Chapter 22: Nursing Management: Visual and Auditory
1. The nurse evaluates that wearing bifocals improved the patients
myopia and presbyopia by assessing for
strength of the eye muscles.
both near and distant vision.
Chapter 34: Nursing Management: Coronary Artery Disease
and Acute Coronary Syndrome
1. When developing a teaching plan for a 61-year-old man with the
following risk factors for coronary artery disease (CAD), the nurse
should focus on the
1. HESI HINT: Confusion: not enough or too much stimulation
2. HESI HINT: decrease efficiency of heart and lungsdecrease oxygen
utilizationdecrease activity tolerance.
Recommend rehab programs, exercise, and nutrition
Cardiovascular Disease: HE
Hyponatremia ( Na)
Excessive sodium loss (diuretics, burns, diaphoresis, GI fluid
loss, V/D, NG suction, tap water enema, renal disease)
Insufficient intake/absorption (anorexia, alcoholism)
Excessive water gain
Take Home Quiz # 1
Describe the following Cardiac Diseases:
Levels of hypertension (prehypertension, Level I and Level 2)
Signs and Symptoms
White coat hypertension
Teaching for a new diagnosed patient (in
Chapter 21: Nursing Assessment: Visual and Auditory Systems
1. The nurse is providing health promotion teaching to a group of older
adults. Which information will the nurse include when teaching about
routine glaucoma testing?
Travel together: Na + Cl, K + Ca + Mg
Exchange: Na + K pump, H + K; Ca + P, HCO3 + Cl
Hyponatremia - serum sodium <135 - cell swelling as fluid shifts from ECF to ICF
120-125 = nausea, abd cramps, malaise
115-120 = headache, lethargy, obtunded
Peds Neuro Study Guide 353
Babies less than 18 months have unfused sutures
Febrile seizures sudden, rapid, rise in temp. Most common seizure in peds population.
May be hereditary
Infants at greatest risk < 5 yrs (70%)
Meningococcal Meningitis vacc
Nose - infants until 4-6 wks are nose breathers
Mouth - small cavity with large tongue so things can get stuck
Faster RR - bronchioles and intercostal muscles IMMATURE
SHORT, HORIZONTAL eustachian tubes - more ear infections
OB quiz 3
1. Cleansing Breath- A deep breath taken at the beginning and end of each labor
2. Self-massage of the abdomen or other body part during labor contractions.
(light stroking use to distract from pain during contraction)
Simulation Admission Ticket
Session: NUR 201
Scenario: Hip Fracture/Postoperative Bleed
MS-39-Agnes Taylor-Hip Fracture/Postoperative Bleed
Discuss current nursing research and its relationship to clinical practice with
MED SURG I
Take Home Quiz
Chapter 30 and 31
1. What is Hemophilia, different types and what is the appropriate care when there is
severe pain to a joint?
2. What is the protocol following a bone marrow aspiration?
3. What are the normal ra
F&E and O2 test review:
1: know normal electrolyte values, assessment, and nursing interventions of each:
Sodium (Na): 135-145 mEq/L, maintains blood volume and electrolyte balance.
o Hyponatremia: Na <135 mEq/L: H2O moves out of vascular space to t
Points Awarded 103.00
Parents of a toddler tell the nurse that their child eats little at mealtime, sits at the table
with the family only briefly, and wants snacks all the time. What recommendation should
Leadership HESI questions
1-(42)- After receiving report on an impatient acute care unit, which client should the nurse
assess first? The client
A. with a bowel obstruction due to a volvulus who is experiencing abdominal rigidity.
B. who had surgery yeste
OB HESI PRACTICE TEST
While breastfeeding, a new mother strokes the top of her baby's head and asks the nurse about the baby's
swollen scalp. The nurse responds that the swelling is caput succedaneum. Which additional information should
the nurse provi
Bates Guide to Physical Examination and History Taking, 11th Edition
Chapter 2: Clinical Reasoning, Assessment, and Recording Your Findings
1. A patient presents for evaluation of a sharp, aching chest pain which increases with breathing.
Chapter 1 Introducing Nursing Management
1) When planning client care the nurse must be aware that current changes in
health care are primarily driven by:
1. Cost of care.
2. Access to care.
3. Availability of care.
4. Quality of care.
2013 HESI SPECIALTY MANAGEMENT
1. The charge nurse needs to determine if an additional nurse
should be called to help staff in the unit for the next shift. Which
information is most important for the charge nurse to consider
when making this decision?
Total hip arthroplasty is scheduled for a client diagnosed with degenerative
joint disease of the left femoral head. How should the nurse position the
clients left leg following surgery?
-elevate on several pillows with the ankle abducted
-elevate on two
16. A client is having a nonstress test for fetal movement. After 30
minutes, no fetal movement has been detected. The test is repeated for
an additional 30 minutes with the outcome of no fetal movement
detected. The nurse realizes that which of
A nurse performs cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) on a 92-year-old
with brittle bones and breaks a rib during the procedure, which then
punctures a lung. The patient recovers completely without any residual
problems and sues the nurse for
Save and Submit
I know it seems strange, but I feel guilty being pregnant after the
death of my son last year, said a woman during her routine obstetrical
examination. The nurse spends extra time with this woman, helping her
A nurse manager sent one of the staff nurses on the unit to a
conference about new, evidence-based wound care techniques. The nurse
manager asks the staff nurse to prepare a poster to present at the next unit
meeting, which will be mandatory
Professional nurses are responsible for making clinical decisions to
a Take immediate action when a patients condition
b Formulate standardized care plans for groups of
c Prove traditional methods of providing nursing
Which patient is most likely to have difficulty with the ethical concept
a 35-year-old patient with
b 78-year-old patient with rheumatoid
c 18-year-old patient in labor
Phases of perioperative period:
Preoperative phase: Begins with decision to have surgery.
Ends when client is transferred to the operating table.
Nursing interventions include:
-Assessing the patient
-Identifying actual and/or potential