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  1. What is the correct ratio for breaths and compressions for CPR for an adult?
    2 breaths/ 30 compressions
  2. When performing chest compressions, the nurse understands that the compression rate is at least:
    100 times per minute
  3. What is the most common characteristic associated with nephrotic syndrome?
    Generalized edema
  4. What is the priority intervention if a client experiences ventricular fibrillation?
  5. What is the correct order to put on PPE?
    • Gown
    • Mask
    • Goggles
    • Gloves
  6. Vomiting causes:
    metabolic alkalosis
  7. Diarrhea causes:
    metabloic acidosis
  8. What is the normal bilirubin level in a newborn?
  9. How far should you depress the sternum during CPR?
    1.5 to 2 inches
  10. What is the rate of rescue breathing for 1 person CPR?
    12 breaths per minute
  11. What do breath sounds sound like over the trachea?
    Loud and high pitched
  12. What medication can be given to a patient with a sulfa and PCN allergy?
  13. Tardive dyskinesia is characterized by what movements?
    involuntary lip and tongue movements, choreiform movements
  14. Parkinsonism is characterized by which movements?
    Rigidity, shuffling gait, pill rolling hand movements, tremors, mask-like face
  15. Akathisia is characterized by what movements?
    Restlessness, agitation, and pacing
  16. 1 grain= ___ mg
  17. ___ oz= 1 lb.
  18. After a percutaneous liver biopsy, the nurse should place the client in which position?
    Right side-lying
  19. Which position should the client experiencing umbilical cord prolapse be placed in?
  20. A client in shock develops a central venous pressure (CVP) of 2 cm of water and a mean arterial pressure (MAP) of 60 cm Hg. Which prescribed intervention should the nurse implement first?
    Increase the rate of IV fluids
  21. When can the fetal heart rate be felt by the mother?
    16-20 weeks
  22. What is the normal FHR?
    110-160 bpm
  23. Prior to removing the NG tube, the nurse should instruct the client to do what?
    Take a deep breath when I tell you, and hold it while I remove the tube.
  24. _____ chamber: intermittent bubbling (if continuous bubbling... indicates air leak)
    _____ chamber: continuous bubbling
    • water seal
    • suction control
  25. When can an infant sit upright without support?
    8 months
  26. When does the fine pincer grasp appear?
    10-12 months
  27. What would be the vaccines the nurse would expect to be prescribed for a 2 month old brought into the pediatricians office for a well checkup?
    DTaP, HepB, HIB, IPV, and PCV
  28. Which vaccine would you withold for a person with history of anaphylactic recation to neomycin or eggs?
  29. What is nageles rule?
    subtract 3 months from LMP; add 1 year and 7 days
  30. What is normal hemoglobin level?
  31. What is normal RBC?
    4.5- 6
  32. What is normal calcium level?
    8.5 - 10
  33. What is normal Mg?
  34. What is normal PO4?
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2012-06-28 01:33:08

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