ALTC Quiz 5 Oncology Wounds Pregnancy Aging

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  1. 4 stages of labor
    • Stage I - onset
    • Stage II - through birth
    • Stage III - through afterbirth delivery
    • Stage IV - Observation through 4 hours post stage III
  2. Pregnancy - Systemic Changes - Renal
    • Increase in capacity
    • Increase need to empty
    • Increase glomural filtration (removes nitrogn from urine)
  3. Pregnancy - Common Dysfunctions - Renal
    • Ureter obstruction
    • Urge incontinence
    • Retention
    • Kidney infection
  4. Pregnancy - Systemic Changes - Cardio
    • Increase in BV
    • Increase Cardiac Output
    • Decrease arterial BP (due to progesterone)
  5. Pregnancy - Systemic Changes - Respiratory
    • Dyspnea
    • Increase O2 consumption
    • Increase tidal volume
    • Increase BPM
  6. What is the pregnancy hormone
    Human Chorionic Gonadatrophin
  7. Preeclampsia
    • after 20th week
    • related to increased BP & protein in urine
  8. Eclampsia
    • seizures caused by preeclampsia
    • 2nd leading cause of maternl death
    • leading cause of fetal complications
    • only "cure" is to deliver baby
  9. Last stage of life
    Senescence
  10. What is vitality
    The ability to respond to stress, the amount of reserve capacity
  11. Determinants of aging
    • Genetics
    • Lifestyle
    • Environment
  12. Successful aging
    low risk of disease & disease related disability
  13. Usual Aging
    physical & mental function decline due to poor genes & lifestyle
  14. Pathological aging
    serious functional deficits caused from bad genes or developmental traits
  15. 3 stages of wound healing
    • inflammation - 1st 10 days. platelet activation & clotting cascades used in prep for repair
    • Proliferation - Granulation tissues & capillary buds are set in place for the collagen matrix
    • Maturation & remodeling - fibrous tissue in place for scarring to take place, rebuild to reduce scarring and add skin integrity
  16. Ulcer stages
    • Stage I - skin intact no blanch
    • Stage II - Partial thickness, open sore or blister
    • Stage III - Full thickness can see fat
    • Stage IV - Full thickness can see bone & tendon
  17. Classifications of exudate
    • Serous - clear
    • Sanguinous - clear & watery, red/brown
    • Serosanguinous - clear & watery, pink
    • Seropurulent - cloudy clear/yellow
    • Purulent - yellow/green thick
  18. Tytpes of wound treatment
    • Selective debridement - enzymatic or autolytic
    • Wet to dry dressings
    • Hydrotherapy
    • Wound Irrigation
    • Negative Pressure - Foam dressing
    • Hyperbaric
  19. Types of dressing
    • Gauze
    • Transparent Film (super/part)
    • Foam (Part/Full) - protectant
    • Hydrocolloids (Part/Full) - protectant
    • Hydrogels (super/part)
  20. Differentiated cells
    specialized cells that are split from undifferentiated (normal) cells
  21. Hyperplasia
    Increased cell production in a normal tissue or organ
  22. CAUTION
    • C - change in bowel/bladder habits
    • A - A sore that doesn't heal
    • U - Unusual bleeding or discharge
    • T - Thickening or lump
    • I - Indigestion or difficulty swallowing
    • O - Obvious change in wart or mole
    • N - Nagging cough or hoarseness
  23. Stages of malignancy
    • 0 - Early malignancy only present in the layer that it began (carcinoma in situ)
    • 1 - limited to the tissue of origin with no metastasis
    • 2 - spreading into adjacent tissues & maybe lymph nodes
    • 3 - spreading to adjacent tissues with high likelihood of lymph node involvement
    • 4 - Metastasized beyond primary site
  24. 4 diagnostic tests used to diagnose cancer
    • family history
    • mammography
    • radiography
    • endoscopy
  25. chemotherapy vs.biotherapy vs. radiation
    chemo uses chemicals to fight cancer, bio attempts to make the body change the way it deals with the malignancy and radiation attempts to destroy the tumor

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