Oxygenation ch27

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Oxygenation ch27
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2011-11-04 14:44:34
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upper resp
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  1. before surgery pt should be instructed to not take aspirin containing drugs or nonsteroidal anti inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS) for 2wks to reduce the risk of bleeding
    before surgery pt should be instructed to not take aspirin containing drugs or nonsteroidal anti inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS) for 2wks to reduce the risk of bleeding
  2. Nursing interventions during the immediate postoperative period include maintenance of the airway, assessment of respiratory status, pain management, and observation of te surgical site for bleeding, infection, and edema.
    Nursing interventions during the immediate postoperative period include maintenance of the airway, assessment of respiratory status, pain management, and observation of te surgical site for bleeding, infection, and edema.
  3. elevated bp makes bleeding more difficult to control
    elevated bp makes bleeding more difficult to control
  4. Echinacea
    • tx of upper resp infections
    • prevention of upper resp infections, immune system stimulation
    • wound healing, urinary tract infections
    • May lead to liver inflammation
  5. Goldenseal
    • clinical uses
    • heart failure
    • immunostimulant
    • infectious diarrhea
    • upper resp tract infections
    • may increase risk of bleeding
  6. Zinc
    • clinical uses
    • common cold
    • upper resp tract infections
    • wound healing
    • dermatitis
    • acne
    • herpes simplex
  7. Mycostatin (nystatin)
    an antifungal antibiotic given for for Candida infections
  8. Polysonomnography
    diagnosis of sleep apnea
  9. CPAP Mask for sleep Apnea
    • Continous
    • Positive
    • Airway
    • Pressure
  10. Antihistamines 2nd generation
    • ioratadine (claritin)
    • cetirizine (zyrtec)
    • fexofenadine (allegra)
    • desloratadine (clarinex)
    • cause minimal sedation, few effects on psychomotor activities, bladder function
  11. Decongestant oral
    pseudoephedrine (sudafed)

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