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1. Arteriovenous shunt - Answer The body has two systems in place to keep the blood cells moving. The first system consists of a built-in by pass at the capillary level. 2. Complications of renal dialysis - Answer 3. Diabetic Ketoacidosis (DKA) Pathophysiology, and effects on respiratory system - Answer Fat metabolism and Ketone production continue, a life threatening illness. 4. Egress - Answer The action of going out of or leaving a place 5. Evaluation for causes of an altered men...

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What is an arteriovenous shunt? - Answer When an artery flows directly into a vein what is the biggest concern with a arteriovenous shunt? - Answer it can cause aneurysms, CHF, and Ischemic neuropathy. what are some complications that renal dialysis can create? - Answer Cardiac arrhythmias, air embolism, bleeding, and seizures. what is anaphylaxis? - Answer A severe allergic reaction which is characterized by the airway swelling and causing low BP. how to help someone in anaphylactic...

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Pyrogenic Reactions - Answer Two definitions from different sets: - Fever caused by endotoxins and bacteria. The endotoxins may cross over membranes during hemodialysis complications. - "Reaction characterized by an abrupt temperature elevation with severe chills, backache, headache, weakness, nausea, vomiting; a potential complication of IV/IO therapy, complication of hemodialysis." S/G: If the pt is having a blood transfusion and they start to experience the following symptoms: Ery...

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1. Which statement strongly indicates syncope? - Answer I blacked out for a few seconds 2. When assessing the patient for arm drift, you should ask the patient to - Answer hold their arms out palms up, eyes closed 3. 68 yo patient reports abdominal pain, vomiting, and a loss of appetite, as well as black, tarry stools. you should suspect - Answer upper gi bleed 4. You are called to an outdoor garden center on a hot, humid day. Your patient is pale, wheezing, and has hives. you should su...

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Ketone production is the result of: - Answer fat metabolization when glucose is unavailable Classic signs and symptoms of hypoglycemia include: - Answer cool, clammy skin; weakness; tachycardia; and rapid respirations In contrast to type 1 diabetes, type 2 diabetes: - Answer is caused by resistance to insulin at the cellular leve To which of the following diabetic patients should you administer oral glucose? - Answer A confused 55-year-old male with tachycardia and pallor Insulin fun...

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The pneumonic TICLS stand still for what? - Answer Tone Interactivnss Consalability Treatment for a PT with GI bleeding includes - Answer 2 L fluid bolus infusion in adults, 20 ml/kg in children. High flow 02 and pneumatic anti-shock garments should be considered Signs and symptoms of an upper GI bleed - Answer A black, tarry stool(melena) often indicates an upper GI bleed Preexisting conditions for HHNK - Answer Often occurs in older patients with type 2 diabetes Treatment of ana...

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Which of the following meds helps the body transport sugar into the cells? - Answer Insulin A 32-year-old patient is found unconscious in the snow. You cannot detect a pulse or respiration rate within 10 secs. What should you do? - Answer Assess her pulse for 30-45 seconds An adult male is sitting alone in a dark room, rocking back and forth. He mutter to his sock puppet, "are you feeling sad?" What should you do? - Answer Introduce yourself and start an assessment A 42y/o man complai...

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A 20 y/o M is agitated and complains of nausea. He tells you, "I feel like my heart is going to jump out of my chest." Vital signs are BP 142/90, P 140, R 24, and warm, moist skin. Which drug should you suspect? a. narcotics b. opioids c. alcohol d. amphetamines - Answer d. amphetamines Amphetamines stimulate the central nervous system, causing an increase in all vital signs. He is tachycardia, tachypneoic, and hypertensive. An 83 y/o F is diaphoretic and has an altered mental stat...

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