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Nursing 112 care for clients with Burns Questions & Answers.
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Nursing care for Burns Questions & Answers 1. The newly admitted client has burns on both legs. The burned areas appear white and leather-like. No blisters or bleeding are present, and the client states that he or she has little pain. How should this injury be categorized? A. Superficial B. Partial-thickness superficial C. Partial-thickness deep D. Full thickness ANS: A The characteristics of the wound meet the criteria for a full-thickness injury (color that is black, brown, yellow, white or...

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NCLEX Cheat Sheet Your Flash Card Study Guide
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NCLEX Cheat Sheet Your Paperless Flash Card Study Guide Hey there so before you dive right into the cheat sheet, just want to tell you what it’s going to be covering and give you a few pointers on how to study. First is I created a pharmacology table. I listed all the suffices of every medication as well as their rationale and common side effects. What I want you to do is continue studying in detail all the most common drugs that you’ve been taught will be on the NCLEX exam but also m...

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NUR 208 Unit 4 NCLEX Questions & Answers
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NUR 208 Unit 4 NCLEX Questions & Answers 1. During the primary assessment of a trauma victim, the nurse determines that the patient is breathing and has an unobstructed airway. Which action should the nurse take next? a. Observe the patient’s respiratory effort. b. Check the patient’s level of consciousness. c. Palpate extremities for capillary refill time. d. Examine the patient for any external bleeding. ANS: A Even with a patent airway, patients can have other problems that com...

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Understanding Pathophysiology 7th Edition Test Bank| Chapter 1 to Chapter 40, Questions & answers, Latest 2020/ Already Graded A.
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Understanding Pathophysiology 7th Edition Test Bank Understanding Pathophysiology 7th Edition Test Bank Chapter 1. Cellular Biology om MULTIPLE CHOICE 1. A student is observing a cell under the microscope. It is observed to have supercoiled DNA k. c with histones. Which of the following would also be observed by the student? a. A single circular chromosome an b. A nucleus c. Free-floating nuclear material kt d. No organelles an ANS: B The cell described is a eukaryotic cell, so it has histones a...

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Final BP subjects study guide completed A
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Final BP subjects study guide 18. The nurse is working with the interdisciplinary team to care for a patient who has recently been diagnosed with severe combined immunodeficiency disease (SCID). What treatment is likely of most benefit to this patient? A) Combined radiotherapy and chemotherapy B) Antibiotic therapy C) Hematopoietic stem cell transplantation (HSCT) D) Treatment with colony-stimulating factors (CSFs) Ans: C Feedback: Treatment options for SCID include stem cell and bon...

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PHARM 100 Pharm Exam 3.....Graded A...
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PHARM 100 PHARM EXAM 3 Chapter 22 Antihypertensive Drugs 12% - 6 questions I. Adrenergic a. MOA: i. alpha1 adrenergic blockers: dilate arteries and veins 1. decreasing peripheral vascular resistance & blood pressure 2. increase urinary flow rates 3. decrease outflow obstruction ii. Beta blockers (lol):Beta1 receptor block 1. Reduce heart rate iii. Dual-action alpha1 and beta receptor blockers 1. Reduce heart rate 2. Vasodilation b. Adverse effects: i. Bradycardia with reflex tachycardia 1. Ad...

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MEDSURG ATI 2019B,100% CORRECT
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1) Inflammatory Bowel Disease: DietaryRecommendations (583) • low fiber • increased protein • decreased calories Ulcerative Colitis and Crohn’s Disease • Eat foods high in protein and calories, and low in fiber • Identify foods that trigger clinical manifestations • Avoid caffeine and alcohol, take multivitamin w/ iron • Eat small frequent meals • Dietary supplements high in protein and low in fiber • Monitor for electrolyte imbalance especially potassium • Vitamin B12 Di...

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NURS 4431 exam2 Origin: Chapter 18, 2 [Completed-A]
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NURS 4431 exam2Origin: Chapter 18, 2 The nurse hears wheezing when auscultating a 4-year-old. Which condition would the nurse most likely rule out based on the assessment findings? A) Bronchiolitis B) Asthma C) Influenza D) Cystic fibrosis Ans: C Feedback: Wheezing typically is not associated with influenza. Wheezing is caused by an obstruction of the bronchioles that may be caused by bronchiolitis, asthma, cystic fibrosis, or chronic lung disease. In addition, if the bronchiolitis is...

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HESI Practice Exam - Pediatric Nursing
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HESI Practice Exam - Pediatric Nursing 1. Post-op cleft lip repair → minimize crying to prevent stress on the suture line and promote healing (optimum for cosmetic healing) 2. Restraint used for toddler with cleft lip repair → elbow restraints to prevent child from bending arm and bringing up hands to oral surgical site a. Hand restraints – can still bend forward b. Mummy restraints – only used for a short period of time during invasive procedures c. Jacket restraints – restrains bod...

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