NUB 350: Test Blueprint for Exam 4
-Module 8: Care of the Adult with Hematological, Oncological and Infectious Disorders: 16 questions
1. Evaluate the impact of emerging and reemerging infections on health care.
Emerging Infection: is an infectious diseas
In your nursing on any unit, you will encounter patients with anxiety over their illness
and/or other factors. You need to know how to intervene.
Low levels of anxiety, such as mild and moderate it is good to listen and help the person
Module 4: Birth
Chapter 9: Labor and Birth Processes
Factors affecting labor
o Passenger (or fetus) moves through the birth canal depending on several factors
Size of the fetal head
Fontanels: membrane filled spaces located where the sutures of the fet
Critical Care Exam 1 Study Guide
-Burns- 13 questions
1. Classification/Severity of Burns
Depth of Injury: Burn depth predicts wound care treatment requirements, determines the need for skin grafting, and affects scarring,
cosmetic, and functional outcome
Week 1/2 discussion
Each of the following organizations has a web site that you should visit. Review each site, then identify
who the key players are (who may this site affect or who may refer to this information) and the purpose
of the orga
NRS 335: Research
Discuss how findings can contribute to evidence and
change in practice
Identify questions to consider when appraising studies
Discuss the development of clinical practice guidelines
THE NURSING PROCESS
AND DRUG THERAPY
1. List the five phases of the nursing process.
2. Identify the components of the assessment process for
patients receiving medications, including collection and
analysis of subjective a
Fundamentals Quiz 2
Documentation and Informatics:
1. Health Care documentation
a. Any written or electronic document on a patient includes:
i. Describes patient
ii. Describes the patients health
iii. Describes care and services provided
iv. Includes date
Fundamentals Quiz One Lecture
1. What is nursing?
a. Providing care
b. Promoting health
c. Educating patients
e. Prolonging life
2. Where is nursing practiced?
a. Hospitals, community, patient homes, assisted living, schools group homes
NUB 210: Fundamentals Final Exam
Stress & Coping
- stress: process beginning with event that evokes a degree of tension or anxiety
stress emerges when an individual considers the event as a threat and the ability to be overwhelming
can be ph
NUB 210: Immobility Module
1. What are the effects of immobility on the Cardiovascular System?
2. The patient is at Risk for: (complications)
3. What will the nurse assess?
4. What nursing interventions will the nurse plan to preven
During this lecture you will see a stop sign
at the bottom of some of the slides. This
indicates you should stop and think about
the questions and write down an answer
prior to moving to clicking the Next button to
Why Do YOU Want to be a Nurse?
Why do you want to be a nurse?
Vlasdslo Military Cemetery in Flanders
There is in our lives a wound which will never heal, nor should it.
Dealing with Loss
Visit the website for the Administration on Aging (
Click on Aging Statistics and pick a topic
Report on 3 facts that surprised you about the Older
Categorizing the Aging Population
Young-Old: 65 to 74 ye
Peripheral Vascular System
Blood Pressure Cuf
INSPECTION AND PALPATION
-Inspect jugular veins with the client in bed with the head of the bed at a 30 to 45 angle to assess for
right-sided heart failure.
Nutrition Assessment PRM
Components of Nutritional Assessment
Subjective and Objective Questions
-Are you taking any supplements?
-How is your diet?
=What types of things do you eat?
-Describe a typical day how does it go for you, when do you eat and what
There are two types of data collected during a patients health assessment.
Data collected can be used to make a client database. A client database is a profile which is the
primary source for the patients overall health st
Exam Techniques for Gas Exchange Assessment
-anterior chest: Inspect the shape and symmetry of the chest
-observe respiratory rate, depth and rhythm
-observe for any abnormal breathing problems:
measures the electrical
signals that control
heart rhythm. The test
measures how electrical
impulses move through
the heart muscle as it
contracts and relaxes.
translates the heart's
electrical activity into line
tracings on paper.
NRS 315 final Exam, Spring 2015-67?s, 4-5 math
What does a Family Assessment assess for?
List traits/behaviors found in families with dysfunctional family dynamics. P.24
what would u say to a pt who is under stress and doesnt know how to cop
Interview/ Therapeutic Communication
The Three Phases of an Interview:
1. INTODUCTORY PHASE
-The nurse will introduce him/herself to the client
-Explain the purpose of the interview, and discuss types of questions that will be
-Inform the client re
Stages of Labor
beginning of regular contractions or rupture of membranes to 10cm cervical dilation
-referred to as stage of dilation, begins with onset of regular contracts and ends
with complete dilation of cervix. Contractions start slowly a