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NUR 2571 / NUR2571: Professional Nursing II / PN2 Final Exam Review (Latest 2020) Rasmussen College

NUR 2571 Professional Nursing II Final Exam Review 1. What should you always document after giving a medication? - 2. What should you do if a patient getting an IV infusion is restless and has congestion? - 3. Risks of patient with long nails and itching? - 4. Treatment of furuncle - 5. Psoriasis teaching - 6. What is the priority for patients with pulmonary issues? - 7. What should you do for a patient with asthma who is wheezing? - 8. How can you help a patient who is sad, lonely, or isolated? - 9. What is the best way to prevent getting the flu? - 10. What is the first action you should take for a patient with pneumonia and shallow, diminished breathing? - 11. What is an ideal O2 range? - 12. Why do you give pneumonia patients fluids? - 13. What does a positive TB skin test require? - 14. What is the term for reduced ejection fractions in the heart? - 15. S/S of left-sided heart failure - 16. S/S of right-sided heart failure - 17. What should you assess for in a patient receiving Lasix, Furosemide, or Nitro? - 18. What is the biggest dietary restriction for patients with high blood pressure? - 19. What does high blood pressure do to the body? - 20. S/S of Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) - Leg pain - loss of leg hair - thinning of skin on legs 21. S/S of Deep Vein Thrombosis - Pain in calf - foot, or leg - swelling in extremities 22. S/S of diabetic foot ulcers - Swelling and discoloration around wound - foul smelling discharge - callous around wound 23. S/S of Buerger's Disease - 24. What should you watch for in patients on blood thinners? - 25. What does a smooth beefy red tongue indicate? - 26. Glossitis diet - 27. What is the first thing you should determine if a patient is anemic? - 28. What should you do if a patient starts having a reaction to a transfusion? - 29. What type of medication is given for status epilepticus? - 30. What should you always document with Alzheimer's patients? - 31. How can you prevent lower back pain? - 32. What is the priority concern for a patient with a cervical spinal cord injury? - 33. S/S of Myasthenia Gravis - 34. Are cataracts permanent? - 35. S/S of cataracts - 36. What most likely happened if a child with an earache suddenly stops feeling pain? - 37. What does disappearing pain usually indicate? - 38. What kind of hearing issues does a ruptured ear drum cause? - 39. What should you check for in a patient with ulcerative colitis and severe diarrhea? - 40. How can a patient with diverticulitis prevent constipation? - 41. What should you always watch for patients receiving TPN? - 42. What foods should patients with hyperthyroidism avoid? - 43. What does increased energy in patients with hypothyroidism mean? - 44. Thyroidectomy teaching - 45. Treatments for benign prostatic hyperplasia - 46. Gastrostomy feeding tube complications - 47. Nutrition for patients with COPD - 48. What kinds of medications are contraindicated for glaucoma patients? - 49. What can unlicensed assistive personnel do for patients post-op? - 50. What is required for the digestion of fats and lipids? - 51. Ways to maintain a healthy diet - 52. What are the elderly at risk for? Why? - 53. Where should the majority of your calories come from? - 54. What BMI range is considered obese? - 55. Nutritional teaching for Graves' Disease - 56. What does Levothyroxine treat? - 57. What does methimazole treat? - 58. What does propylthiouracil treat? - 59. What does radioactive iodine treat? - 60. What is a patient who does not drink after 5 pm at risk for? - 61. Who is most at risk for dehydration? - 62. What is an indicator of dehydration? - 63. S/S of dehydration - 64. What should you do if a patient on diuretics is experiencing fluid overload? - 65. Causes of hypokalemia - 66. What do potassium levels have to do with metabolic alkalosis? - 67. S/S of rheumatoid arthritis - 68. Nutritional teaching for rheumatoid arthritis - 69. What is the best kind of protection? - 70. What precautions should an AIDS patient with TB symptoms and a NEGATIVE TB test be placed on? - 71. What does HAART stand for? - 72. What should you do after a patient receives an allergy test? -

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