Chapter 32: Nursing Assessment: Cardiovascular System
1. After noting a pulse deficit when assessing a 74-year-old patient who has just arrived in the
emergency department, the nurse will anticipate that the patient may require
1. Three questions. 10 points each
a. Distinguish between fixed and variable costs.
i. Total Fixed costs remain the same regardless of unit volume.
Fixed cost per unit fluctuates with volume.
ii. Total Variables costs fluct
1) In the discipline of nursing, practice is the basis for nursing theory
development, nursing theory must validated in practice. Practice and theory
should be interrelated. Theory is rooted in practice and refined by research,
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Why is it Important for Nurses
to Understand the New Law?
A CAREER IN NURSING
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ROLE OF THE NURSE
A nurses function is defined by the
Nurse Practice Act (NPA) and controlled
by the Texas Board of Nursing (BON).
RNs supervise the on-going care o
3. Mechanical and Chemical Digestion
Digestion- is the process of breaking down food into
a form your body can use.
Computation of Fluid Needs in Pediatrics
Infants and children have a greater need for water and are vulnerable to alterations in
fluid and electrolyte balance. There are various ways to calculate fluid requirements in
children. (one method not included he