Intro to Pharm
1. Certain heart conditions require antibiotic prophylaxis. Patients with a cardiac
pacemaker require antibiotic prophylaxis.
A) Both statements are true.
B) Both statements are false.
C) The first statement is true; the second statement is
Test 3 (ch 9,12,13,17)
1. Who is primarily responsible for the quality of specimens
submitted to the CM?
a. Microbiologist who is in charge of the CML
b. Pathologist who is in charge of the lab
c. Person who collects the specimen
d. Person wh
Final Review famous USB
1. What is the nurse's priority focused assessment for side effects in a child taking methylphenidate
(Ritalin) for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)?
a. Dystonia, akinesia, and extrapyramidal symptoms
Kaplan study guide
1. Hazards of immobility: Pressure ulcers, osteoporosis, hypercalcemia, negative Nitrogen balance, increased cardiac workload,
orthostatic HTN, stasis of resp secretions, boredom and depression
Nursing considerations: Good skin care, hi
Micro Final Review
1. How many times better is the resolution of the transmition if the
electron miro than the compound ight microscope (looking for
2. WOF is an example of an infectious disease that is caused by a
3. Proteins t
The bladder presents itself in young children close to the anterior abdominal wall, and with growth,
lowers into the pelvis, making it easier to palpate the bladder.
The kidneys of a child are more susceptible to trauma compared to those of an adult becau
Chapter 27 notes:
*plaque on inner lumen of arteries: composed of mostly lipids & fibrous tissues
*goal: low LDL, high HDL
Following stent placement:
*clopidogrel or other antiplatelet medications (asa) reduce risk of thrombus format
Chapter 27 & 29
Anxiety, obsessive compulsive and related disorders
what leads to anxiety?
Stress (something that upsets your daily functioning. How your body responds to the
demands placed on you) can be physical or psychological. Psychological
How the body forms blood cells: hematopoiesis in the bone marrow
Primary hemostasis: severed blood vessels constrict & platelets collect @ injury site
Secondary hemostasis: thromboplastin is released, prothrombin converts to thrombin, fibrin is
A full-thickness burn involves total destruction of the epidermis and dermis and, in some cases,
underlying tissue as well
*Wound color ranges widely from white to red, brown, or black. The burned area is
painless because the nerve fibers are destroyed. T
Stenosis: New symptoms of dysrhythmia. Expect pt to have atrial fibrillation.
Stenosis: Pulse is weak & often irregular
Stenosis: avoid activities that will increase heart rate & pregnancy
Stenosis: can cause right ventricular hypertrophy &
Sucking and swallowing are automatic reflexes at birth, but they come under voluntary control by 6
weeks of age as the nerves and muscles develop.
Newborns and infants need for small, frequent feedings because they have a 10- to 20-milliliter stomach
21% women & 13% of men- are clinically depressed on a daily basis. Depression affects you according to
gender, age (older than 44 start becoming depressed), social class (socially high, they have so much- they
have no life to live, everything is handed to