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NGR 6172 Pharmacology Notes {55 chapters} | Pharmacology and Pharmacotherapeutics in Advanced Nursing Practice
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NGR 6172 Pharmacology Notes Pharmacology and Pharmacotherapeutics in Advanced Nursing Practice Chapter 1: Prescriptive Authority and Role Implementation: Tradition vs Change o Primary Care is provided by clinicians who address "personal health care needs, developing a sustained partnership with patient, and practicing in the context of family and community." • Prevention, Diagnosis, Prescription, Treatment  Assess health status.  Promote healthy lifestyles.  Identifyi...

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LEMONE/BURKE/BAULDOFF, MEDICAL-SURGICAL NURSING 5TH EDITION TEST BANK Chapter 25
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LEMONE/BURKE/BAULDOFF, MEDICAL-SURGICAL NURSING 5TH EDITION TEST BANK Chapter 25 Question 1 Type: MCSA The nurse should instruct the patient who is at risk for cholelithiasis to make which lifestyle modification? 1. Reduce sodium intake. 2. Increase fluids. 3. Decrease smoking. 4. Decrease fat consumption. Correct Answer: 4 Question 2 Type: MCSA When assessing a patient who is experiencing hepatocellular failure, which of these findings would best indicate the patient is developing ascites? 1. a...

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NR 507 FINAL STUDY GUIDE (REVISED)/NR507 NEW STUDY GUIDE- 100% RELIABLE
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NR 507 FINAL STUDY GUIDE (REVISED) NR-507 Study Guide Chapters 1-5, 11-14, 16-20, 21-25, 27-3-33, 34-39, 40-47 1. Types of immunity-e.g. innate, active, etc (ch 7 ,191)  Innate immunity includes two lines of defense: natural barriers and inflammation Natural barriers are physical, mechanical, and biochemical barriers at the body’s surfaces and are in place at birth to prevent damage by substances in the environment and thwart infection by pathogenic microorganisms.  the natur...

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Latest Verified and Graded A NURS 6501 Advanced Pathophysiology Section 16 Questions and Answers at the bottom
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Latest Verified and Graded A NURS 6501 Advanced Pathophysiology Section 16 Questions and Answers at the bottom 1. Which of the following is not associated with esophageal webs? A. Plummer-Vinson syndrome B. Epidermolysis bullosa C. Lupus D. Psoriasis E. Stevens-Johnson syndrome 2. An 11 year old boy complains that occasionally a bite of hotdog “gives mild pressing pain in his chest” and that “it takes a while before he can take another bite.” If it happens again, he discards the hotdog...

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LEMONE/BURKE/BAULDOFF, MEDICAL-SURGICAL NURSING 5TH EDITION TEST BANK Chapter 25
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LEMONE/BURKE/BAULDOFF, MEDICAL-SURGICAL NURSING 5TH EDITION TEST BANK Chapter 25 Question 1 Type: MCSA The nurse should instruct the patient who is at risk for cholelithiasis to make which lifestyle modification? 1. Reduce sodium intake. 2. Increase fluids. 3. Decrease smoking. 4. Decrease fat consumption. Correct Answer: 4 Question 2 Type: MCSA When assessing a patient who is experiencing hepatocellular failure, which of these findings would best indicate the patient is developing ascites? 1....

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Pharmacology ATI Exam | Highly Rated Exam | Download To Score An A+
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Pharmacology ATI Exam Pharmacology ATI Exam Chapter 1: Pharmacokinetics and Routes of Administration • Absorption – how quickly or how well it is absorbed; DEPENDS ON THE ROUTE o Oral – takes a while, must pass through the GI tract  Food can SLOW this down  pH juices play a role  Liquids vs extended release tablets o Sublingual – quick, under the tongue o Intradermal/topical – slow, gradual o Intravenous (IV) – the FASTEST route; immediate absorption • Distribution – req...

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ATI RN Pharmacology 8.0 Test Bank 2020 | ATI RN Pharmacology 8.0 Test Bank { 49 CHAPTERS} LATEST
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ATI RN Pharmacology 8.0 Questions & answers (NEW) ATI RN Pharmacology (8.0) Chapter 1 1. A provider prescribes phenobarbital for a client wo has a seizure disorder. The medication has a long half-life of 4 days. How many times per day should the nurse expect to administer this medication? a. One b. Two c. Three d. Four 2. A nurse educator is reviewing medication metabolism at an in-service presentation. Which of the following factors should the educator include as a reason t...

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NURSING 420 HESI Exam Elaborations for Maternal Health////correct answers 100% with rationale
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NURSING 420 HESI Exam Elaborations for NURSING 420 HESI Exam Elaborations for Maternal Health 1. A patient who is 32 weeks gestation is experiencing dark, red vaginal bleeding and the nurse determines the FHR to be 100 bpm and her abdomen is rigid and boardlike. What action should the nurse take first? A. Administer O2 per face mask B. Abdominal manipulation C. vaginal manipulation D. Abdominal exam Answer: A Explanation: The nurse should immediately notify the healthcare provider and no abdomin...

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NSG 6320 AGNP BOARD EXAM QUESTIONS Pediatrics Assessment (127 Questions) 2020-Completed A
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NSG 6320 AGNP BOARD EXAM QUESTIONS Pediatrics Assessment (127 Questions) Question: A child sustained a "full-thickness" burn injury. This type injury involves tissue destruction down to the: epidermis. dermis. subcutaneous tissue. Correct internal organs. Explanation: A full-thickness burn involves all skin layers, including the epidermis, dermis, and the subcutaneous tissue and fat. Muscles and tendons may be involved. A superficial thickness burn involves the epidermis onl...

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