88 Matching questions
- What is the antidote for acetaminophen?
- What is the nursing process?
- What are the normal BUN values?
- How many gtt's in a teaspoon?
- Where is the location to listen to the Pulmonic valve?
- What are normal calcium values?
- What is cardiac output?
- What is the normal PaCO2 value?
- What are the dietary considerations for Acute Renal Failure?
- Do Myotic drops constrict or dilate the pupils?
- What is the antidote for heparin?
- Which test is used to check Rh status?
- Normal Sodium Values?
- What are some therapeutic communication barriers?
- What are the dietary considerations for Cushings?
- Normal adult temperature ranges?
- Cyanosis, increased RR, decreased BP, pulmonary crackles are signs of right or left sided heart failure
- What is the normal Lithium value?
- Which blood type is the universal 'recipient'?
- Which cranial nerve is the optic?
- What is stroke volume?
- What is constant and involuntary movement of the eyeball?
- Which sign is the softening of the cervix?
- Normal Potassium values
- What is a continuous seizure that must be interrupted by emergency measures?
- Normal blood pressure in the adult is?
- What is the normal value for Digoxin?
- What is Nagele's rule?
- 1 tbsp = how many mL?
- What are the normal phosphorus values?
- How do you mix insulin?
- What is the normal heart rate of an adult?
- EKG strip facts: each little box equals?
- What is the normal HCT values?
- Enema position is on the left or right side?
- Peripheral Edema, bounding pulses, jugular vein distention, decreased or absent urinary output are signs of right or left sided heart failure?
- What is HELLP Syndrome?
- What is the normal PTT value?
- The chambers on the left side of the heart receive oxygenated or unoxygenated blood?
- What is Ptosis?
- What is the normal PaO2 value?
- Where is the location to listen to the Aortic valve?
- Which blood type is the universal 'donor type'?
- Normal Blood Ph
- What is the normal heart and blood flow in the correct order?
- What are normal magnesium values?
- Which cranial nerve is the Vagus?
- Where is the location to listen to the Mitral valve?
- What are the actions of calcium channel blockers?
- 1 kg = how many liters of water?
- Which sign is bluish coloration of the vagina?
- Whichncranial nerve is our sense of hearing and balance or Acoustic?
- 1 tsp = how many mL?
- What are the dietary considerations for Celiac Disease?
- Which cranial nerve is our sense of smell or Olfactory?
- What are the dietary considerations for Chronic Renal Failure?
- What are normal specific gravty values?
- Painless vaginal bleeding is a possible sign of what?
- How many arteries and veins are in the umblical cord?
- What is the normal PT value?
- Drugs ending in "pril" belong to which drug classification?
- What medication stimulates lung development in premies?
- Where are the Tricuspid heart sounds located?
- What are normal WBC values?
- Do Mydriatic drops constrict or dilate the pupils?
- The Lub sound of Lub-dub is closure of which heart valves?
- What is the normal HCO3 (bicarbonate) value?
- What are the normal albumin values?
- What are the dietary considerations for pancreatitis?
- What are the normal chloride values?
- What is the normal heart rate of an infant?
- What is Ortilani's Sign
- What is the normal heart rate of a neonate
- Drugs ending in "statin" belong to which drug classification?
- What is the normal respiratory rate of an adult?
- What is the therapeutic range for Theophylline (aminophyline?
- Neonates normal temperature ranges?
- 1 oz = how many mL?
- The Dub sound of Lub-Dub is closure of which heart valves?
- Drugs ending in "olol" belong to which drug classification?
- What are the normal Creatinine Clearance values?
- What is the normal SAO2 value?
- "When taking a BP, if the arm is below the heart level, will the BP reading be elevated or decreased?
- What are normal platelet count?
- 1 gr (grain) = how many mg?
- What are the normal Creatinine values?
- Which body positioning is called the "shock" position?
- What are the meds most often used to treat status epilepticus?
- a 1.5 - 2.5
- b Oxygenated
- c Betamethasone
- d 35-45
- e Antihyperlipidemics = used in the treatment of hyperlipidemias. They are called lipid-lowering drugs (LLD) or agents
- f normal = < 1.5 mEq/L
toxic = > 2 mEq/L
- g Placenta Previa
- h 95% - 98%
- i 125-135 per minute
- j 60 gtt
- k 0.6 - 1.5 mg/dl
- l 95 - 105
- m 5th intercostal space, left side, sternal border
- n 2 arteries, 1 vein
- o Status Epilepticus
- p Left mid-clavicular line
- q The click that is heard or felt when the infant is supine and knees are flexed and hips are abducted = hip dyslpasia
- r protamine sulfate
- s Increase protein and potassium
Decrease sodium and calories
- t 60 mg
- u Dilate -- myDriatic (d for dilate)
- v Clear before Cloudy (NPH)!!!
1. draw up air to equal total insulin
2. wipe vial runner with alcohol
3. inject the amount of air to equal the amount of cloudy insulin into the cloudy vial. BE CAREFUL NOT TO INJECT INTO THE SOLUTION
4. Inject the remaining air into clear vial and draw up the clear insulin
5. reinsert the needle into the cloudy vial and withdraw the desired amount
- w 150,000 - 400,000
- x 135 - 145
- y 10 - gag reflex, swallowing, talking
- z Coombs Test
- aa 1st day of last menstrual cycle, minus 3 months, plus 7 days = estimated date of delivery
- ab Left-sided
- ac Right-sided
- ad AB+
- ae normal = < 2 ng/mL
toxic = > 2 ng/mL
- af 3.5 - 5.0
- ag 0.04
- ah Mucomyst (N-acetylcysteine)
- ai Left second intercostal space
- aj Right second intercostal space
- ak Modified Trendelenburg = Supine with legs straight and elevated at the hips and head is slightly raised (increases bloodflow to heart and brain)
- al Goodell's
- am 15 mL
- an 7 - 18
8 - 20 > 60 years
- ao 36.0 - 46.0
- ap left
- aq 20 - 45 seconds
- ar Ace inhibitors = ACE inhibitors or angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitors, are a group of pharmaceuticals that are used primarily in treatment of hypertension and congestive heart failure
- as 8.5 - 10.5
- at 60-100 per minute
- au 120/80 mm Hg
- av 10-20 mcg/mL
- aw 5 mL
- ax Assess
Forming nursing diagnosis
Planning and Goal Setting
- ay Nystagmus
- az 22-26
- ba the amount of blood ejected by the heart in any one contraction
- bb Drooping
- bc This is preeclampsia with Liver involvement:
Hemolysis(breakdown of RBCs)
Elevated Liver Function Tests
Low Platelet Count
- bd 1 L
- be Increase carbs
- bf 2
- bg 7.35 - 7.45
- bh O-
- bi 12-20 per minute
- bj 30 mL
- bk 1
- bl 8
- bm 2.5 - 4.5
- bn 1.67 - 2.5
- bo 1.010 - 1.030
- bp 5,000 - 10,000
- bq Avood high potassium foods
Vitamins B, C & D
- br 96° to 99.5° F
- bs Beta-Blockers = particularly for the management of cardiac arrhythmias, cardioprotection after myocardial infarction (heart attack), and hypertension
- bt 97° F to 99.6° F
- bu Volume of blood ejected by the heart in one minute:
cardiac output = heart rate x stroke volumne
- bv decrease oxygen demand
decrease HR and PVR
block calcium access to the cells
decrease force of myocardial contractility
- bw Blood enters:
Right Atgrium =>
Tricuspid valve =>
Right Ventricle =>
Pulmonic Valve =>
Pulmonary Veins =>
Left Atrium =>
Mitral valve (bicuspic) =>
Left Ventricle =>
Aortic Valve =>
out to body
- bx diazepam (Valium)
- by Chadwicks
- bz 9.5 - 12.0 seconds
- ca No gluten
- cb Giving advice, judging, stereotyping, being defensive, appearing distracted or uninterested, agreeing or disagreeing, appearing biased, not being a good listener or excessive probing
- cc Elevated
- cd Closure of the pulmonic and aortic valves (Distole) = Dub
- ce 120-160 per minute
- cf 80-100
- cg Constrict = myotiC (c for constrict)
- ch 3.5 - 5.5
- ci Avoid aldohol
small, frequent meals
- cj Closure of Tricuspid and Mitral Valves(Systole) = Lub