1. The Gram stain differentiates bacteria types on the basis of the structure of the
2.Which of the following scientists performed similar
LAB PRACTICAL REVIEW SHEET
LAB PRACTICAL II
This tests the ability of an organism to ferment different carbohydrates into
acid and perhaps liberate gas.
Durham tube apparatus-a large tube containing Phenol
1. This anaerobic pathway oxidizes glucose to pyruvic acid.
2._ lower the activation energy necessary for biochemical reactions to occur.
1.Which of the following statements concerning transcription of bacterial mRNA is not true?
1. A nurse is administering insulin to a diabetic patient. Which of the following are three
recommended times to check the label before administration? Select all that apply.
A) When reaching for the container or unit dose package
B) After retrieval from
1. Which of the following is the most reliable method for assessing pain?
A) Asking significant others
B) Asking the primary care provider
C) Asking the patient
D) Observing the patient
2. A nurse is caring for a 2-day-old neonate in a NICU. What pain ass
1. Which of the following are the purposes for collecting specimens? Select all that apply.
A) Screen for health problems.
B) Cure health problems.
C) Diagnose health problems.
D) Treat health problems.
E) Direct the plan of care.
F) Prevent nosocomial in
1. This term refers to the combination of the cell membrane(s), wall and any external structure associated with them.
2. A cell membranes are composed primarily of
Investigations in Microbiology:
A Laboratory Manual
Karl J. Roberts, Ph.D., Natalya Koval, MD., Lloyd McAtee, Ph.D.
and Nancy Yurko, Ph.D.
The following rules and regulations must be strictly followed to ensure safe
1. A nurse performs a general survey on a patient who is being admitted to the hospital for
COPD. Which of the following are components of this type of assessment? Select all
A) Vital signs
C) Lab tests
1. A nurse is teaching parents of preschoolers appropriate safety measures for this age
group. Which of the following might be a focus of the teaching plan?
A) Childproofing the house
B) Smoking cessation
C) Fire safety
D) Gun safety
2. Which of th
1. A nurse is measuring the intake and output of a patient who is dehydrated. What is the
average adult daily fluid intake in milliliters that the nurse would use as a comparison?
A) 1,500 mL
B) 1,800 mL
C) 2,300 mL
D) 2,600 mL
2. A nurse is caring for a
ASEPSIS AND INFECTION CONTROL
1. Nurses and other healthcare workers play a key role in reducing the spread of disease,
minimizing complications and reducing adverse outcomes for their patients. Which of
the following statements accurately describe this p
1. What is the body mass index (BMI) of a patient who is 1.68 meters tall and weighs 70
2. A physician orders nutritional therapy administered via a central vein for a patient who
cannot take foods orally. What is the t
ASSESSMENT OF THE NEWBORN
DATE Completed: _
Assessing the baby for normal signs of adjustment to extrauterine life.
Evaluate first by looking over the whole infant from head to toe. Then proceed to
examine each part: head, chest,
Symptoms and Signs of Pregnancy
Increased progesterone; inhibition of
FHS and LH
Unknown cause; may be related to
altered carbohydrate metabolism,
increased levels of hC
1. A nurse assesses the vital signs of a healthy newborn infant. What respiratory rate could
be expected based on the developmental level of this patient?
A) 15 to 25 breaths/minute
B) 16 to 20 breaths/minute
C) 20 to 40 breaths/minute
D) 30 to 60 breaths
Medical Terminologies: Human Anatomical Position and Dermatology
This paper explores medical terminologies in human anatomy and dermatology. It begins
by discussing how the structure of the huma
Why do we remember her?
This resource was produced using documents from the collections of The National
Archives. It can be freely modified and reproduced for use in the classroom only.
Florence Nightingale : Why do
The Vark Questionnaire
The Vark Questionnaire: How Do I Learn Best?
A Description Of My Preferred Learning Style And How to Best Apply It In My Education
Grand Canyon University: Family-Centered Health Promotion
NRS 429VN O507
Female Reproductive Anatomy
A. External female reproductive organs
1. Mons pubis
2. Labia majora and labia minora
a. Structures enclosed by labia minora
b. Surrounded by erectile tissue
c. Hymen separates vagina from vestibule
JAUNDICE IN NEWBORNS
What is jaundice? Jaundice is a common condition in newborn babies. It is usually not
dangerous. About 50% of full-term infants and 80% of premature infants have jaundice
during the first week of life. With this condition, the skin, a
FACTS AND FICTIONS
Although breastfeeding is a natural function, it is not necessarily a process that comes naturally to a new
mother. Often, new mothers need some guidance, reassurance, and accurate information to be
Competency 8 Health Promotion and Maintenance: Aging Process
(Taylor Chapter 18, 20, 44)
1. Describe normal physiological changes in the older adult
Subcutaneous fat loss
Mucous Membrane Dry
o Active Sweat =Sweat g
Competency 13: Physiological Integrity:
Taylor pp. 532-533; 1616
Iggy pp.775-785, 1005-1020
Lilley Chapter 25, 26, 28
140 mm Hg/ 90 mm Hg
With diabetes 130/90
BP = CO x PVR (peripheral vascular resistance)
o CO = SV x HR
Immobile impaired circulation Prolonged pressure over bony
prominences skin breakdownpressure ulcers (Stage 1, redness, to
stage 4, destruction of subcutaneous tissue and muscle)
Immobility skeletal muscles contractcompress vein pump
blood back to right s