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Kaplan Pharm Practice

The nurse cares for a patient with a history of asthma and bronchitis. The physician prescribes montelukast (Singulair). The nurse recognizes that which statement is true about montelukast (Singulair)? a. Montelukast (Singulair) is used to treat acute asthma attacks. b. Montelukast (Singulair) ….  Read More

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Unit 1 Exam

Answer: D The code of ethics is the philosophical ideals of right and wrong that define the principles the nurse will use to provide care to clients. A code of ethics does not ensure identical care to all clients (which would not ….  Read More

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Ch 12 study guide

Anelgesia -Loss of pain senstation. -Specialized “pain” nerves transmit signals from the cuorse of injury to the brain. Anagesic drugs interrupt these pain nerve pathways Barbiturates medicines that act on the central nervous system and cause drowsiness and can control seizures < ....  Read More

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ATI PHARMACOLOGY FINAL TEST

A client is prescribed digoxin (Lanoxin) 0.125mg PO daily and furosemide (Lasix) 20mg PO daily. Which of the following statements by the client should demonstrate to the nurse that the client has an accurate understanding regarding these medications? a) “I will take ….  Read More

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EMT Chapter 11 The Primary Assessment

ABCs airway, breathing, and circulation AVPU a memory aid for classifying a patient’s level of responsiveness or mental status. The letters stand for alert, verbal response, painful response, unresponsive < chief complaint in emergency medicine, the reason EMS was called, usually in ....  Read More

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Surgical recall 31 – Anesthesia

Define anesthesia Loss of sensation and pain Define local anesthesia Anesthesia of a small confined area of the body < Define epidural anesthesia Anesthetic drugs/narcotic infused into epidural space Define spinal anesthesia Anesthetic agents injected into the thecal sac Define regional anesthetsia ....  Read More

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Gas Anesthetic Objectives

How can inhalation anesthetics be measured? concentration (%); partial pressure (mmHg); mass (mg, g) What is a commonly used gas anesthetic? Nitrous Oxide < What are commonly used volatile anesthetics? Halothene, Isoflurane, Sevoflurane, Desflurane, Enflurane, Methoxyflurane What does halogenation do to anesthetics? ....  Read More

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Disorders Quiz #1

Microtia Caused by incomplete fusion and transport of the the six hillocks on the neck (in embryo) Four Grades of Microtia Grade 1 most mild Grad 4 most severe -Results in Anotia (lack of a pinna) < Microtia- Grade 1 Small pinna, ....  Read More

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First Aid 2 CS Mini cases

What are the key history questions you need to ask for HEADACHE? Location (especially unilateral vs. bilateral), quality, intensity, duration, timing (does it disturb sleep?); presence of associated neurologic symptoms (paresthesias, visual stigmata, weakness, numbness, ataxia, photophobia, dizziness, auras, neck stiffness); nausea/vomiting; ….  Read More