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PN 161 Practical Nursing III Final Exam Study Guide:[Latest Version] Rasmussen College.
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Study Guide for PN 161 Practical Nursing III Final Exam Module 1 and 2 Identify how to properly assess a client using the Glasgow coma scale and important nursing interventions related to scoring. The Glasgow coma scale measures eye opening, verbal response, and motor response Monitor for improvements or worsening signs See level of consciousness! 3 is the lowest score Highest score 15 A score of 7 or less is considered a state of coma Understand important considerations for ne...

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BIOL 1334 Gastrointestinal Practice Questions (Latest-2020): Human anatomy and physiology: University of Houston |100% Correct Answers, Download to Score A|
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BIOL 1334 Gastrointestinal Practice Questions (Latest-2020): Human anatomy and physiology: University of Houston |100% Correct Answers, Download to Score A| Gastrointestinal Practice Questions 1. What test is used to screen for carbohydrate malabsorption? A. Stool pH B. Urine ketones C. C urea breath test D. ELISA stool assay 2. A toddler’s mother calls the nurse because she thinks her son has swallowed a button type of battery. He has no signs of respiratory distress. The nurse’s r...

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N5315 ADVANCED PATHOPHYSIOLOGY - NEUROLOGIC SYSTEM
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N5315 ADVANCED PATHOPHYSIOLOGY NEUROLOGIC SYSTEM Core Knowledge Objectives with Advanced Organizers Examine the anatomy and physiology of the Central Nervous System. 1. Discuss the anatomy and physiology of the brain and brain stem. a. Explain the function of the twelve cranial nerves Cranial Nerve Function Sign of Dysfunction I Olfactory; carries impulses for sense of smell, purely sensory Inability to smell (anosmia) Distortion in sense of smell (parosmia) Distortion or lack of taste...

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Nursing MED MISC Module 11 Psychopathology and Psychotherapy Study Guide
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MED MISC MODULE 11 Psychopathology and Psychotherapy Lecture Supplement In introducing the scientific study of mind and behavior, we have focused primarily on adaptive behavior, and the normal mental processes that underlie it. There have been occasional references to cases of brain insult, injury, and disease, for the light they shed on normal mental life. Now we wish to examine mental illness in its own right: • abnormal and maladaptive behavior; • the disordered mental processes that ...

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NR 507Mental Health Study Guide 1 n 2 (updated 2020)
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Mental Health Study Guide 1-2 (updated 2020) – Chamberlain College of Nursing Mental Health Study Guide 1: Chapter 1 Stress: may be viewed as an individual's reaction to any change that requires an adjustment or response, which can be physical, mental, or emotional. Stressor: A biological, psychological, social, or chemical factor that causes physical or emotional tension and may be a factor in the etiology of certain illnesses. Adaption: includes responses directed at stabilizing internal bi...

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N5315 ADVANCED PATHOPHYSIOLOGY
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N5315 ADVANCED PATHOPHYSIOLOGY Neurologic System Module 7 Examine the anatomy and physiology of the Central Nervous System. 1. Discuss the anatomy and physiology of the brain and brain stem. a. Explain the function of the twelve cranial nerves I – Olfactory (Smell) Function: Sensory, carries impulses for sense and smell Sign of Dysfunction: Loss or disturbance in the sense of smell. II – Optic (Sight) Function: Sensory, carries impulses for vision Sign of Dysfunction: ...

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PN 161 Practical Nursing III Final Exam Study Guide.
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Study Guide for PN 161 Practical Nursing III Final Exam Module 1 and 2 1. Identify how to properly assess a client using the Glasgow coma scale and important nursing interventions related to sc oring. a. The Glasgow coma scale measures eye opening, verbal response, and motor response i. Monitor for improvements or worsening signs b. See level of consciousness! c. 3 is the lowest score d. Highest score 15 e. A score of 7 or less is considered a state of coma 2. Understand important considerations...

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N5315 ADVANCED PATHOPHYSIOLOGY - NEUROLOGIC SYSTEM
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N5315 ADVANCED PATHOPHYSIOLOGY NEUROLOGIC SYSTEM Core Knowledge Objectives with Advanced Organizers Examine the anatomy and physiology of the Central Nervous System. 1. Discuss the anatomy and physiology of the brain and brain stem. a. Explain the function of the twelve cranial nerves Cranial Nerve Function Sign of Dysfunction I Olfactory; carries impulses for sense of smell, purely sensory Inability to smell (anosmia) Distortion in sense of smell (parosmia) Distortion or lack of taste...

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NR 599 Nursing Informatics For Advanced Practice
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Informatics Midterm Review Sheet 1. General principles of Nursing Informatics: 2. Knowledge o Awareness and understanding of a set of information and ways that information can be made useful to support a specific task or arrive at a decision. This knowledge building is an ongoing process engaged in while a person is conscious and going about his or her normal daily activities. 3. Wisdom: • Knowledge applied in a practical way or translated into actions; the use of knowledge and experienc...

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