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NURSING 100 / NRS100/ NRS 100: EKG (GRADED A)
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EKG The nurse is reviewing an electrocardiogram rhythm strip. The P waves and QRS complexes are regular. The PR interval is 0.16 second, and QRS complexes measure 0.06 second. The overall heart rate is 64 beats/minute. Which would be a correct interpretation based on these characteristics? 1.Sinus bradycardia 2.Sick sinus syndrome 3.Normal sinus rhythm 4.First-degree heart block Normal sinus rhythm is defined as a regular rhythm, with an overall rate of 60 to 100 beats/minute. The PR and QRS mea...

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This is my personal 24-page study guide for NURS2501 exam 1. It covers: foundations of critical care, emergency meds, stress response, endotracheal intubation, oxygen delivery systems, hemodynamic monitoring, hemodynamics (CO, preload, afterload), CVADs, cardioversion & defibrillation, balloon pumps, IVADs, - hemodialysis catheters, esophagogastric balloon tamponade (purpose, placement), parenteral nutrition (purpose), musculoskeletal system (nursing interventions to prevent complications), emer...

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NR 509 Week 4 Shadow Health Cardiovascular Physical Assessment Assignment graded A
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Cardiovascular Physical Assessment Assignment Results | Turned In Advanced Health Assessment - Chamberlain, NR509-2020 Return to Assignment Your Results Lab Pass Documentation / Electronic Health Record Document: Provider Notes Document: Provider Notes Student Documentation Model Documentation Subjective TJ, 28 years, Female, African American CC: Heart palpitations, "heart beating too fast" HPI: Tina, a 28 year old african american femal...

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NR 340 Week 3 Exam One (Version 1)-Questions and Answers
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NR 340 Week 3 Exam One Chapters 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 14, pgs 228-324 Overview of CC Critical Care Nursing Trends and Issues Focus on Quality and Safety National Patient Safety Goals Harms Targeted for Reduction Communication Other Trends and Issues The Critical Care Psychosocial Support (HIGHEST CONCERN) Geriatric Concerns Ethical Principles Nurse Involvement in Ethical Decision Making Selected Issues Concerns of the Critically Ill Respiratory Alterations Nursing Respiratory Anatomy Physiology of...

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NSG 5002 Final Exam – Question and Answers (Graded A).
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NSG 5002 Final Exam – Question and Answers (Graded A). As patients that entrust our care to another individual, we always expect honesty to avoid leading us down a deceptive pathway in our healthcare decisions. Adherence to which principle compels providers to be truthful What purpose does the principle of fidelity serve in the provider/patient relationship? We all know that collaboration is integral to becoming a successful nurse practitioner. Among collaborations, however, only one can be c...

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NUR 507 week 3-1 patho
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A 17-year-old African American from the inner city complains of severe chest and abdominal pain. Upon examination the attending physician performs and EKG, chest x-ray, and an abdominal and chest clinical examination and finds nothing. Assuming, she is drug seeking he sends her home. She comes back to the ER 4 hours later and now you see the patient. She explains that she was running track this past afternoon at school and that despite being very hot (100 F) she pushed on. Afterwards, she starts...

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