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Third Trimester Fina

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Nurse would position a patient on their side with knees toward chin for a Lumbar Puncture
Contrast dye may cause this in the elderly patient Renal failure
Place this under the head of a client having a seizure on the floor A Pillow
ALS always progress to Death
The slightest touch may trigger pain in a client with Trigeminal neuralgia
A patient who experienced tremors prior to the onset of dementia is likely to have Parkinson's
The medication of choice for Parkinson's Levodopa
A petit mal seizure is characterized by eyes staring focused straight ahead
The onset of farsightedness associated with aging Presbyopia
What is measures when assessing a client with pancreatitis Serum amylase
Is indicative of a bleeding ulcer Coffee ground emesis
What kind of diet is planned for a client undergoing a cholecystectomy Low fat
Inadequate closure of what causes GERD Esophageal sphincter (cardiac sphincter)
Projectile vomiting is often observed in the infant suffering from Pyloric stenosis
Patients with Crohn's and colitis are higher risk for Colon cancer
A butterfly rash (Moller's Rash) on the face often seen in Lupus
Clients who have been rescued from burning buildings should be observed fro Respiratory distress
What is used to examine a patient for ringworm Woods light
Ringworm is a Fungal infection
Impetigo is characterized by Honey colored crust on the face and hands
Impetigo is Highly contagious
Herpes Simplex 1 presents as Cold sores
A red itchy rash on the elbows and knees is like to be eczema
Scabies is a microscopic what mite that borrows under the skin
A ring shaped rash from a tick bite bay indicate Lyme disease
A client with a hip replacement should not bend more than 90 degrees
A patient with a halo device should be monitored for Swallowing difficulties
A hunchback appearance is Kyphosis
Casting weekly is the usual treatment for Club foot (talipes)
Club foot is a congenial disorder
An intervention that may be recommended to increase this is exercise Bone density
Women with recurrent UTI's should what before and after sex Urinate (void)
After a cystoscope is preformed on a client they should be encouraged to Drink to purge the dye from their system
This in the urine may indicate liver damage Bilirubin
Erythropoietin is needed to produce WBC
Renin helps to regulate BP
The most common cause of status epileptics is Stopping medications
Common side effects of anticholinergic are Dry mouth, constipation, headache
Would likely be prescribed for spasticity Baclofen
Is commonly used for bowel prep prior to colonoscopy Go lightly, Nu lightly
Is given to clients with hepatitis to reduce ammonia levels Lactulose
Lansoprazole inhibits Gastric Acid secreation
Is generally used to treat ulcers 2 ABX & 1 PPI
The type of histamine that stimulates acid production in the sotmach H2
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