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NURS 2214 Hypovolemic shock & Cardiogenic shock: test preparation GRADED A PAPER
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NURS 2214 Hypovolemic shock & Cardiogenic shock: test preparation GRADED A PAPER/NURS 2214 Hypovolemic shock & Cardiogenic shock: test preparation GRADED A PAPER/NURS 2214 Hypovolemic shock & Cardiogenic shock: test preparation GRADED A PAPER/NURS 2214 Hypovolemic shock & Cardiogenic shock: test preparation GRADED A PAPER

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Nursing, Hypovolemic Shock, Cardiogenic Shock, Septic Shock (complete latest 2021) guide.
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Nursing, Hypovolemic Shock, Cardiogenic Shock, Septic Shock SHOCK • Sepsis-Septicemia-Bacteremia-Septic Shock-Whole-body inflammatory process resulting in acute critical illness. Systemic Inflammatory Response Syndrome-SIRS. • SIRS=body’s response to a critical illness that can result from an infectious or noninfectious cause (burns, trauma, pancreatitis), precipitating a whole body inflammatory process. • Sepsis=defined as ...

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1. A client with cardiogenic shock weighs 220 lb. and is receiving dopamine at the rate of 3
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PRACTICE CALCULATIONS 2020 1. A client with cardiogenic shock weighs 220 lb. and is receiving dopamine at the rate of 3 mcg/kg/minute. The solution strength available is dopamine 400 mg in 250 ml of D5W. The nurse should set the infusion pump to deliver how many ml/hour? (Enter numeric value only. If rounding is required, round to the nearest tenth.) First, convert pounds to kg, 220 lb : X = 2.2 lb : 1 kg = 100 kg. Next, calculate the dosage per minute, 3 mcg/kg/min x 100 kg = 300 mcg/min. Co...

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NUR2755 / NUR 2755 Multidimensional Care IV / MDC 4 Exam 2 Review (Latest 2020 / 2021) Rasmussen
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1. 2. 3. >25% partial thickness full thickness >10%, any burns on face, ears, eyes, hands, feet, perineum, electrical, inhalation, pt over 60yrs old, cardiac, pulmonary or other metabolic disorders Metabolic changes due to burns Cardiogenic shock causes Major Burn Pneumothorax interventions O2 possibly mechanical vent drug therapy same as hypovelemic shock antibiotics corticosteroids for adrenal insufficiency insulin therapy Heparin therapy due to clotting RBC, plasma and p...

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NUR 2063 / NUR2063: Essentials of Pathophysiology Final Exam Review Study Guide (Latest 2020) Rasmussen
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NUR 2063 Essentials of Pathophysiology Final Exam Review Study Guide 1. Cirrhosis (end stage liver disease) - irreversible end-stage of many different hepatic injuries Alcoholism, acute hepatitis, toxic hepatitis (taking too much Tylenol), and liver is fibrotic and scarred 2. What is another name for cirrhosis? - End stage lover disease 3. What happens to albumin production with liver failure? - Albumin production decreases during liver failure 4. What role does albumin play in the bloo...

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NURSING 242/244 Nursing Care of Patients with Shock; Chapter 37- Spring 2021
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Nursing Care of Patients with Shock N242/244 Chapter 37 Shock and Significance • Abnormal cellular metabolism • Oxygenation and tissue perfusion not met • It is a syndrome • Common key features of shock REVIEW OF OXYGENATION AND TISSUE PERFUSION • TOTAL BLOOD VOLUME • CARDIAC OUTPUT • SIZE AND INTEGRITY OF THE VASCULAR BED Classification of Shock • Hypovolemic • Cardiogenic • Distributive • Obstructive SHOCK • The causes may be different BUT the effe...

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Adams, Pharmacology for Nurses: A Pathophysiologic Approach, 5/E Chapter 29 Question 1 Type: MCSA The young patient has a history of multiple allergies, and the physician prescribed epinephrine (EpiPen) for prevention of anaphylactic shock. The patient's mother says to the nurse, "I thought shock was about heart failure." What is the best response by the nurse? 1. "There are many kinds of shock: heart failure, nervous system damage, loss of blood, and respiratory failure." 2. "Allergic res...

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NURSING 504 -Review for NCLEX-RN- Hemodynamics & Med Emergency.
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NURSING 504 -Review for NCLEX-RN- Hemodynamics & Med Emergency/NURSING 504 -Review for NCLEX-RN- Hemodynamics & Med Emergency. Shock  This life-threatening condition can result in damage to multiple organs.  The condition requires immediate medical treatment; it can worsen rapidly if it goes untreated, resulting in death.  Shock takes three main forms: hypovolemic, cardiogenic, and vasogenic:  Hypovolemic shock is caused by internal or external blood or fluid loss.  Cardiogenic sh...

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Adult Nursing (NUR 105) Med Surg test questions Chapter 14 Shock and Multiple Organ Dysfunction Syndrome Adult Nursing (NUR 105) Med Surg test questions Chapter 14: Shock and Multiple Organ Dysfunction Syndrome 1. A nurse in the ICU is planning the care of a patient who is being treated for shock. Which of the following statements best describes the pathophysiology of this patients health problem? 2. In an acute care setting, the nurse is assessing an unstable patient. When prioritizing the pati...

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NR 565- Week 5 -Ch 26, 47, Study Guide/NR 565- Week 5 -Ch 26, 47, Study Guide. Chapter 26: Drugs used in treating eye & ear disorders Contraindications for topical beta blockers Beta blockers • Suppress conduction through the atrioventricular (AV) node; therefore, topical beta blockers are contraindicated in patients with bradycardia or advanced AV block. • Do not use in patients with compromised ventricular dysfunction, cardiogenic shock, or with systolic congestive HF • D/c at fi...