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Module Five

Endocrine System

Released by pancreas; regulates sugar in blood. Insulin
Sex hormone secreted by testes. Testosterone
Sex hormone secreted by ovaries. Estrogen
Regulates metabolism. Thyroxine
Regulates calcium levels in the body Parathormone
Stimulates to produce energy during emergencies. Epinephrine
A resident's face is flushed; their respirations are rapid, deep, and labored. They have been complaining more today about being thirsty and they have been urinating more. What may be going on with your resident and what should you do as a CNA? They are showing signs of Hyperglycemia, stay with the patient and put the call light on and notify the nurse and ask someone to bring you the blood pressure machine and the blood sugar meter if you are allowed to check their blood sugars.
Created by: mstearns