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Final review pt.1

final for survey and theraputics

QuestionAnswer
what is autonomy? right to decide own treatment
what is veracity? binds provider and patient to tell the truth.
what is nonmaleficence? avoid harming patient.
do no harm? beneficence
HIPPA law confidentiality
faliure to preform one's duties negligence
4 Ds are? duty, derclict, direct damage
a form of negligence, civil, ethical Malpractice
american association of respiratory care AARC
National Board of Respiratory care NBRC
AARC involves clinical practices guidelines, ethics and rolemodles
NBRC involves exams, credentials, CEU
COARC involves school acredidation
4500-11,500 WBC
1800-7500 neutrophils
900-4500, viral infections lymphocytes
90-1000, invasion monocytes
0-600 parasitic infections Easinoplhils
0-100 allergic reaction Basophils
4.6-6.2 RBC
elevated RBC polycythemia
13.5-16.5 protein substance, binds to o2 hemoglobin
40-54% indication of hydration Hematocrit
normal range 135-145 sodium
normal range 98-106 chloride
normal range 3.5-5.0 potassium
normal range 22-26 bicarbonate
normal range 9.0-10.5 calcium
normal range 1.3-2.1 magnesium
pericardium loose membrane sac
thick fiberous connective tissue outer layer
thinner serous layer inner layer
seperates pericardium from heart pericardial fluid
how many layers does the heart wall have? three
outer layer, thin epicardium
middle layer, thin largest portion myocardium
inner layer, thin, connected to blood vessels endocardium
how many chambers does the heart have? four
SA node located right atrium
blood return from pulmonary veins left atrium
powerhouse, largest vent, pumps blood to body left vent
smaller vent, contraction right vent
flaps of fibrous tissue, regulate blood flow heart valves
large, reffered to as conduction vessels arteries
exchange vessels capillaries
holds 3/4 of body's blood volume veins
rapid shallow RR pul. fibrosis
airways to narrow, prolongned inspriatory phase COPD
upper airway to narrow, prolonged inspiratory phase CROUP, epiglottis, stridor
measurement of color in a solution spectrophotometery
oxygenated hemoglobin less red light more infared
deoxygenated hemoglobin more red light less infared
pulse oximetery combines spectrophotometery, hemoximeters and photoplesthysmography
Created by: latoswats