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Exam (elaborations) NUR 199 (NUR199GERIATRICFINALEXAMBLUEPRINT(100%CORRECT).) (NUR 199 (NUR199GERIATRICFINALEXAMBLUEPRINT(100%CORRECT).))
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Exam (elaborations) NUR 199 (NUR199GERIATRICFINALEXAMBLUEPRINT(100%CORRECT).) (NUR 199 (NUR199GERIATRICFINALEXAMBLUEPRINT(100%CORRECT).))

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NR 328 Exam 2 Study Guide / NR328 Peds ATI Test (Latest): Pediatric Nursing: NR 328 Pediatric Nursing Exam Chamberlain College of Nursing
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NR 328 Exam 2 Study Guide Fluid & Electrolytes • Signs and symptoms of fluid overload pg. 1056 pg. 949 & 956-957 Generalized edema, pulmonary edema (moist rales & crackles), Hepatomegaly, slow bounding pulse, weight gain, lethargy, elevated venous pressure, seizures, coma. Lab findings: Decreased serum electrolytes, low urine specific gravity, decreased hematocrit, variable urine volume. • Signs and symptoms of fluid deficit pg. 1056 pg. 949 & 951-955 Top 3: #1 Poor skin turgor ...

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NUR 2349 / NUR2349: Professional Nursing I / PN 1 Week 8 - Fluids, Electrolytes & Acid-Base Balance Study Guide (2020 / 2021) Rasmussen
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NUR 2349 Professional Nursing I PN1 Week 8: Fluids, Electrolytes, and Acid-Base Balance Study Guide 1. Osmosis - water movement across a membrane from an area of a less concentrated solution 2. isotonic solution - same osmolality as blood stays in vascular space 3. hypotonic solutions - lower osmolality than blood moves from vascular space into cells 4. hypertonic solution - higher osmolality than blood moves from the cells into the ECF 5. Diffusion - solutes move...

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All Correct Answers at the Bottom Verified and Graded A+ ANATOMY & amp; 101 Physiology revision MCQs
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All Correct Answers at the Bottom Verified and Graded A ANATOMY & amp; 101 Physiology revision MCQs 1- Infants have the greatest body water content due to: A- Have High body fat. B- High amount of skeletal muscles. C- Have low body fat D- Have High bone mass. 2- Which one of these is a Physiological factor that affects the Total Body Weight: A- Vomiting. B- Climate. C- Diarrhea. D- Diabetes. 3- Which one of these represents the 2/3 of Total Body Weight: A- Intracellular fluid. B- Extracellul...

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Fluid and Electrolytes
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Fluid and Electrolytes • Body fluids and electrolytes play an important role in maintaining homeostasis, the body’s stable internal environment. • Body fluids are in constant motion transporting nutrients, electrolytes, and oxygen to cells as well as carrying waste products away from cells. • The body uses several adaptive responses to maintain the composition of fluids and electrolytes within narrow limits to maintain homeostasis. • Various disease processes can affect fluid and elect...

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BIOS 256 Final Exam / BIOS256 Final Exam (Essay Questions AND MCQ) : Anatomy & Physiology IV with Lab: Chamberlain College of Nursing (Complete Answers- 100% Score, Latest 2020/2021)
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BIOS256 Final Exam Study Guide Name:_________________________________ 1 The urinary system does all of the following, EXCEPT it A secretes excess glucose molecules B regulates blood volume C contributes to stabilizing blood pH D eliminates organic waste products E regulates plasma concentrations of electrolytes 2 Conical structures that are located in the renal medulla are called A pyramids B renal columns C renal pelvises D nephrons E calyces 3 The region known as the macula densa...

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NUR 1172 Nutritional Principles In Nursing CHAPTER 7:Minerals And Water Exam Study Guide / NUR1172 Nutritional Principles In Nursing CHAPTER 7:Minerals And Water Vitamins Exam Study Guide: Rasmussen College 2020 Verified & Graded 100%
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RASMUSSEN COLLEGE NUR 1172 NUTRITIONAL PRINCIPLES IN NURSING CHAPTER 7: MINERALS AND WATER EXAM STUDY GUIDE COMPARISON OF VITAMINS AND MINERALS: DIFFERING FUNCTIONS: Gastric acidity- Chemical form- Body needs- Classification: Major minerals- Trace elements- MAJOR MINERALS: CALCIUM- Calcium Intake: Calcium Absorption: FACTORS INCREASING CALCIUM ABSORPTION- • FACTORS DECREASING CALCIUM ABSORPTION- • PHYSIOLOGICAL FUNCTIONS OF CALCIUM: • CLINICAL APPLIC...

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Neurological Assessment: The ICF, Patient Interview, and Clinical Assessment
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Neurological Assessment: The ICF, Patient Interview, and Clinical Assessment Each set of notes is itemized for easy navigation. This set covers the aims of neurological assessment, and covers in great detail the patient interview and the clinical examination, laying out information in a clearly memorable way. This also covers the confounds of clinical assessment in a single self-made table addressing issues such as anosognosia at the interview, neuroexam, and investigations stages - which was a...

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NR 328 Exam 2 Study Guide | Pediatric Nursing : GI GU Cardiac Burns
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Fluid & Electrolytes Chapter 29: • Signs and symptoms of fluid overload pg. 1056 pg. 949 & 956-957 Generalized edema, pulmonary edema (moist rales & crackles), Hepatomegaly, slow bounding pulse, weight gain, lethargy, elevated venous pressure, seizures, coma. Lab findings: Decreased serum electrolytes, low urine specific gravity, decreased hematocrit, variable urine volume. • Signs and symptoms of fluid deficit pg. 1056 pg. 949 & 951-955 Top 3: #1 Poor skin turgor #2 abnormal respira...

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