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  1. A PATIENT WANTS A BATH AND LINENS CHANGED BECAUSE
    THE SMELL FROM THE INFECTION AFFECTS PATIENTS SELF CONFIDENCE
  2. WHAT SOLUTION DO YOU USE ON A PATIENT WHO HAS A PRESSURE ULCER WITH GRANULATING TISSUE
    NORMAL SALINE, NOT CYTOTOXIC BECAUSE IT WILL DESTROY THE TISSUE
  3. A NON BLANCHABLE
    STAGE 1
  4. SUPERFICIAL OPEN WOUND LIKE A BURN
    STAGE 2
  5. BRADEN SCALE
    THE HIGHER THE NUMBER, THE LOWER THE RISK
  6. NECROTIC TISSUE IS
    DEAD BLACK TISSUE ALSO CALLED ESCHAR THAT NEEDS TO COME OFF TO ALLOW NEW SKIN TO GROW
  7. WHAT IS HIGH WATER TRANSMISSION RATE DRESSING
    GUAZE
  8. WHAT IS LOW WATER TRANSMISSION RATE DRESSING
    HYDROCOLLOID
  9. WHICH WOULD YOU TREAT MORE AGGRESIVELY ON A BRADEN SCALE A 16 OR 24
    16
  10. WHAT TYPE OF DRESSING WOULD YOU PUT ON A WOUND WITH LITTLE DRAINAGE
    DRY DRESSINGS
  11. HOW DOES ANEMIA AFFECT PRESSURE ULCERS
    REDUCES THE AMOUNT OF OXYGEN THAT GETS TO THE WOUND
  12. WHAT KIND OF TISSUE HAS A WOUND BED THAT IS RED
    GRANULATION
  13. WHAT ACTION SHOULD BE TAKEN WHEN THE SKIN AROUND A PRESSURE ULCER BECOMES MASCERATED (MUSHY)
    USE DRESSING WITH INCREASED MOISTURE ABSORPTION
  14. DESCRIBE PRIMARY INTENSION
    WOUND EDGES ARE WELL APPROXIMATED
  15. LARGE STASIS ULCER WITH NEGATIVE PRESSURE SYSTEM
    CHANGED ON A SCHEDULE NO MORE THAN EVERY 48 HOURS
  16. HOW TO IRRAGATE A WOUND
    USE A SYRINGE WITH AN ANGIOCATHETER WITH NORMAL SALINE TO CLEAN ESPECIALLY WITH TUNNELING
  17. WHEN DO YOU CULTURE A WOUND
    INFLAMATION, RED DRAINING MASCERATED TISSUE, INCREASED PAIN, FEVER, FOUL PERULENT ODOR
  18. WHEN CAN STAPLES BE REMOVED
    WHEN EDGES ARE APPROXIMATELY
  19. WOUND DRAINAGE SYSTEM FOR 500 ML
    HEMOVAC
  20. WOUND DRAINAGE SYSTEM FOR 100-200
    JACKSON PRAT
  21. WOUND DRAINAGE SYSTEM 10-12 ML
    PENROSE
  22. HOW DOES THE INFLAMMATORY RESPONSE HELP WOUND HEALING
    IT INCREASES BLOOD TO THE AREA BRINGING IN WHITE BLOOD CELLS & OXYGEN TO HEAL
  23. WHAT ARE THE SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF HYPOVOLEMIC SHOCK?
    DIZZINESS, HYPOTENSION, TACHYCARDIA, FLUSHING, WARM IN TRUNK, DIAPHERETIC, INCREASED RESP RATE, RESTLESSNESS, DIMINISHED URINARY OUTPUT

    FRUDD
  24. WHAT IS IMPORTANT TO REMEMBER ABOUT FOAM DRESSINGS
    NOT ALL THE SAME
  25. HOW LONG DOES LONG TERM CARE ASSESS FOR ULCERS
    FEW WEEKS
  26. WHAT DO YOU ASSESS ON A PATIENT WITH N/G TUBE
    SKIN BREAKDOWN AROUND THE NARES
  27. CLEAR WATER EUDATES IS
    SEROUS
  28. YELLOW/GREEN
    PURULENT
  29. BLOOD
    SANGUINOUS
  30. MIXTURE OF CLEAR AND RED DRAINAGE
    SEROUSSANGIUNOUS
  31. WHAT ARE RISK FACTORS FOR PRESSURE ULCERS
    CONFUSED, DISORIENTED, IMMOBILE, INCONTINENT, CHANGE IN LEVEL OF CONSCIENTIOUSNESS, MALNUTRITION

    LOCCD
  32. WHAT CAUSES A DECUBITOUS ULCER
    PRESSURE
  33. DESCRIBE A STAGE 3 ULCER
    FULL THICKNESS SKIN LOSS
  34. DESCRIBE A STAGE 2 ULCER
    SHALLOW OPEN ULCER
  35. STAGE 4 IS
    NECROTIC, SLOUGHING, FULL THICKNESS TISSUE LOSS (MUSCLE/BONE VISABLE)
  36. IF A WOUND IS KEPT MOIST IT WILL RESURFACE IN
    4 DAYS
  37. HOW DOES LAPORSCOPIC PROCEDURE HEAL
    BY PRIMARY INTENTION
  38. HOW DO BURNS HEAL
    BY SECONDARY INTENTION
  39. HOW DO YOU ASSESS FOR WOUND HEALING
    PULSE OXIMETRY, AND CAPILARY REFIL
  40. HOW DO YOU GIVE MEDICATIONS THROUGH AN N/G TUBE
    LIQUIFY MEDS, FLUSH WITH 30ML, CLAMP SUCTION OFF FOR 30-60 MIN
  41. HOW DO YOU ADMINISTER MEDICATION THAT TASTES BAD
    MIX WITH APPLESAUCE OR PUDDING
  42. HOW DO YOU ADMINISTER LANTUS AND REGULAR INSULIN
    IN SEPARATE SYRINGES, IT CAN'T BE MIXED
  43. WHERE DO YOU ADMINISTER MOLECULAR WEIGHT HEPERIN
    STOMACH
  44. HOW DO  YOU WARM 2 UNITS OF PACKED RED BLOOD CELLS THAT ARE COLD
    USE A BLOOD WARMER
  45. WHEN REMOVING A FOLEY CATHETER,AND YOU ENCOUNTER RESISTANCE, WHAT DO YOU DO
    ATTACH A SYRINGE AND ALLOW GRAVITY TO REMOVE WATER OUT OF BALLOON
  46. WHAT PAITENT EDUCATION USED WITH A SUPRAPUBIC CATHERTER
    HYDRATE WITH 1500ML  AS LONG AS NO RESTANCE, KEEP CLEAN, MUCOUS SHREDS ARE NORMAL
  47. HOW OFTEN DO YOU ASSESS IN PACU
    EVERY 15 MINUTES
  48. HOW DO YOU POSITION A PATIENT WITH SPINAL ANESTHEIA
    LAY FLAT, SUPINE
  49. HOW DO YOU GET A CLEAN URINE SPECIMEN
    URINE, STOP, CLEAN, FRESH URINE
  50. HOW DO YOU SWAB FOR A CULTURE
    BREAK AMPULE AT BOTTOM FIRST
  51. HOW DO YOU PERFORM A VENIPUNCTURE
    TOURNAQET, FIND VEIN, CLEAN SITE, ANCHOR VEIN, INSERT NEEDLE
  52. WHAT DO YOU REMEMBER WHEN MIXING INSULINS
    CLEAR THAN CLOUDY
  53. WHY WOULD A PATIENT NEED TO REMOVE A NAVAL RING BEFORE SURGERY
    FOR PREVENTING ANY INJURIES, THEY WOULD BE AT INCREASED RISK
  54. WHAT RISK FACTORS WOULD DELAY A SURGERY
    FEVER, EATING AND DRINKING PRIOR TO SURGERY, CHEST PAIN, DVT, UNUSUAL COMPLAINT
  55. IF A PATIENT HAS AN ILEAC ILEUS HOW WOULD YOU ASSESS
    BOWEL SOUNDS AND DISTENTION EVERY 4 HOURS
  56. WHERE SHOULD A VENIPUNCTURE BE DONE
    OPPOSITE SIDE OF IV RUNNING, SHUNT, AND MASTECTOMY
  57. WHY DO WE USE COLD THERAPY
    AS LOCAL ANESTHESIA, IMPAIRS CIRCULATION
  58. WHAT RISKS ARE INVOLVED WITH COLD THERAPY
    SKIN INTEGRITY FOR CIRCULATORY INSUFFICIENT
  59. 2/3 OF WATER OF BODY IS
    INTRACELLULAR
  60. MOVEMENT OF WATER
    OSMOSIS
  61. VENOUS CONGESTION FROM RIGHT SIDED HEART FAILURE FACILITATED BY AN IMBALANCE WITH REGARD TO
    HYDROSTATIC PRESSURE
  62. WHAT ION CAUSES ACID BASE IMPAIRMENT
    HYDROGEN
  63. WHAT WOULD YOU EXPECT IF YOU HAVE UNCOMPENSATED RESPERATORY ALKALOSIS
    PCO2
  64. WHAT PATIENTS HAVE A POUCH

    PICUI
    UROSTOMY, COLOSTOMY, ILEOSTOMY, ILEOCONDUIT
  65. WHAT SYMPTOMS WOULD YOU SEE WITH A PATIENT IN A HOSPITAL THAT IS NOT ABLE TO SLEEP
    IRRITABILITY, DEPRESSION, INABILITY TO COPE, ANOREXIA, POOR JUDGEMENT, INCREASED TEMP

    6 I DON'T CARE ABOUT IT'S PJ'S
  66. WHAT WOULD YOU HAVE A TIMED URINE COLLECTION WITH
    ADRENAL CORTICOID STEROIDS, ALBUMIN, GLUCOSE

    DO NOT CHECK BACTERIA OR COLOR

    AGACS
  67. SYMPTOMS ASSOCIATED WITH UREMIC SYNDROME(KIDNEY DISEASE)
    NAUSEAU, VOMITING, HEADACHE, COMA, CONVULSIONS

    NOT DYSURIA NOT FEVER

    CCHNV
  68. WHAT ARE CONTRAINDICATIONS FOR PO
    DYSPHAGIA, NPO, N/G, PARALYTIC ILEUS
  69. WHAT HAPPENS IF DRUG IS INJECTED INCORRECTLY
    INAPPROPRIATE DRUG RESPONSE, INFECTION, STERILE ABSCESS, INCREASED PAIN, KILL TISSUE UNDERNEATH
  70. WHAT DETERMINES THE SIZE OF THE NEEDLE USED
    PATIENT SIZE, AMOUNT OF MEDICATION, LOCATION OF SITE, VISCOSITY OF MED
  71. WHAT PART OF A SYRINGE NEEDS TO BE STERILE AT ALL TIMES
    FROM THE BEVEL TO THE HUB, INNER BARREL
  72. WHAT ARE SYMPTOMS OF BAD REACTION TO BLOOD PRODUCTS
    CHILLS, TEMP, JAUNDICE, INCREASED HEART RATE, DECREASED BLOOD PRESSURE, ITCHING, HIVES, DIAPHORESIS, DEATH
  73. PATIENTIS HAVING A COLOSTOMY, WHAT KIND OF PHYSICAL AND EMOTIONAL STRESS WILL THEY EXPERIENCE
    SELF IMAGE, INTIMACY, SOCIAL ISSUES, INDEPENDANCE

    SISIII
  74. SIGNS OF INFILTRATION ARE
    BRUISING, SWELLING, COLD, LOSS OF SENSATION, PAPALABLE VENOUS CORD

    • BSC
    • LOS
    • PVC
  75. WHAT ARE SIGNS OF PHLEBITIS
    RED STREAK, WARM AROUND SITE, PAIN

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