2. External eye structures - An African-American client may have slightly yellow sclerae
3. EDB - November 21
4. Aortic valve replacement - Keep client in bed in
FOR REVIEW PURPOSE
HESI Pharmacology Exam Practice
1) A nurse is caring for a client with hyperparathyroidism and notes that the client's serum calcium level
is 13 mg/dL. Which medication should the nurse prepare to administer as prescribed to the client?
Med-Surg/Pharm HESI Review:
Things to review on your own:
anticholinergics and their effects on the body systems (Cant see, cant pee, cant spit, cant shit!)
-atropine (bradycardia-IV push to raise HR, can also be used to dry secretions before
The nurse's assessment findings include right sided weakness, slurred speech, and dysphagia. The nurse identifies
that Mrs. Rusk is at high risk for several problems.
In developing the nursing plan of care, which problem has the highest
Submitted by Gross, Joslyn (jgross85) on 1/28/2013 9:50:04 AM
A pregnant client with mitral stenosis Class III is prescribed
complete bedrest. The client asks the nurse, "Why must I stay in
bed all the time?" Which response is best for the nurse to pro
Practice Examination For HESI exit
You will have two hours and 30 minutes to complete Part
1. Which of the following describes a preterm neonate?
A. A neonate weighing less than 2,500 g (5 lb, 8 oz).
B. A low-birth-weight neonate.
C. A neona
1. A client is hospitalized and has a cardiac catheterization. Upon return to the unit, the
nurse assigns this client to the unlicensed assistive personnel (UAP) for morning care.
What should the nurse tell the UAP about this client?
a. This client will b
Airway obstruct place the thumb side of one fist against the victims abdomen in the midline, slightly above the umbilicus and
well below the tip of the xiphoid process. The rescuer gra
Module 1 Exam
1. 1.ID: 383697173
A nurse is providing information to a group of pregnant clients and their partners about
the psychosocial development of an infant. Using Erikson's theory of psychosocial
development, the nurse tells the group th
Medication Administration Example
1. This example has an order for 3 medications to be administered. The following needs to be
administered per Physicians orders: Novolin R needs to be administered subcutaneously, 0.5 ml of
Pneumovax 23 needs to be
General Nasogastric Tubing Procedure Guide
1. Review patients medical record: Look under Patient Data, look at first and last name, DOB, medical
record #. Under H&P, look at allergies. Under Physician Orders, verbalize there is an order to have a 14
Tips for keeping sterility
1. Make sure you wash your hands correctly and don sterile gloves once needed. Remember to keep
sterility while putting on the gloves.
2. Keep sterility of gloves when you apply them, use them, and take them off. During applicat
General Physical Assessment Guide
1. Gather all supplies. Check the medical record for an order to perform a physical assessment.
2. Introduce yourself and state that you are performing a Physical Assessment and what that
consists of. Wash hands correctly
Tips on How I Learned To Read Military Time
This is how I learned to read military time. Military time is very important in nursing school because this
is what is used when you document procedures and tasks you perform with patients. This is what works
General Wound Care Guide
1. Gather supplies. State you are checking expiration date. State you are checking the medical record and
that there is an order for a wound dressing. (Supplies: Three 4X4 gauze. 1 ABD pad. 1 sterile glove.
Measuring device. Tape.
General Vital Signs Guide
1. Gather Supplies.
2. State you are checking medical record. Maintain patient information private for HIPPA once
you are done using computer by closing the lid or turning off screen.
3. Wash hands correctly.
4. Introduce yoursel
Washing Hands Correctly
Here are some tips to wash hands thoroughly, the Nursing way. This may seem unnecessary to learn
since everyone does it, but not everyone knows the proper way of doing so. It is important to learn how
to wash our hands as nursing s