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Pacemakers & ICDs.

What does ICD stand for? Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator. How does a pacemaker work? Paces the heart muscles by providing an electrical impulse. What is the function of a pacemaker? Provides an electrical impulse in the absence of a heart’s normal …

    Legal Aspects of Nursing- Theories and Concepts

    The American Legal Story Purpose To achieve order Protect the individual person Resolve disputes Promote the general welfare Laws flow from the US Constitution Three branches: judicial, executive, & legislative LAW what does it mean? Rules of conduct that are …

      KBCC Laboratory Values

      Sodium 135 -145 mEq/L Potassium 3.5 – 5.0 mEq/L Chloride 95 -105 mEq/L Calcium 9.0 – 11 mg/dL Magnesium 1.3 – 2.1 mEq/L Phosphorous 2.5 – 4.5 mg/dL Glucose 70 -100 mg/dL BUN 5 -25 mg/dL Creatinine 0.5 – 1.5 …

        PeriOperative Nursing – Exam 3

        Ambulatory Surgery Centers referred to as outpatient surgery, short-stay surgery, or same-day surgery. Centers providing these services are hospital based or freestanding surgical centers. Antiembolism Stockings Elastic stockings designed to reduce the risk of blood clots at times when the …

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          Fawcett’s Theory Analysis what are the 3 steps? Step 1. Scope Step 2. Context( basis and origins) Step 3. Content (concepts and propositions) Fawcetts Theory evaluation, what are the 6 steps? Step 1. Significance or importance Step 2. Internal consistency …

            Ch. 46 Pituitary and Adrenal disorders

            Name the tests that are performed to identify levels of hormones in the blood Radioimmunoassay and ELISA Common cause in hyperpituitarism? Presence of a pituitary adenoma Describe the nursing interventions for a pituitary disorder who is experiencing chronic pain Monitor …

              Human Needs Exam 2

              Visual Impairment Assessment: -How long has the patient had visual impairment? -How does it affect ADL’s? -How difficult are tasks? -What is the patient’s emotional response to the impairment? -What coping strategies have been used?Various levels of visual impairment exist. …

                NCLEX Shock, MODS

                A patient has a spinal cord injury at T4. Vital signs include falling blood pressure with bradycardia. The nurse recognizes that the patient is experiencing: a. a relative hypervolemia. b. an absolute hypovolemia. c. neurogenic shock from low blood flow. …

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