Fund 3 (2)

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MeganM
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Fund 3 (2)
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2014-04-08 06:28:52
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Fund 3
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  1. _____ technique must be used when accessing a vein for IV.
    sterile
  2. Fever of 101-103 increase fluids by ______.
    500mL
  3. Fever of >103, increase fluids by _____.
    1000mL
  4. Abuse of alnalgesics such as aspirin & ibuprofin, and some antibiotics can cause ______.
    nephrotoxicity (can cause kidney disease)
  5. Phenazopyridine (urinary tract analgesic) causes _____ colored urine.
    orange or orange-red
  6. Antidepressant (Elavil) OR B-vitamins cause _____ colored urine.
    green or blue-green
  7. Levodopa (antiparkinson) AND injectable iron compounds cause ____ colored urine.
    brown or black
  8. Urine specimens require at least ____ mL of urine and you should use_____ technique to pour into container.
    • 10mL
    • aseptic
  9. When collecting a sterile urine sample from a catheter, do not clamp the tube for more than ____ min to allow to accumulate.
    30 min
  10. ______ technique is used with intermittent urethral catheters.
    Clean
  11. __________ catheters are used with spinal cord injuries or other neurologic conditions.
    intermittent urethral
  12. A pale stoma may indicate?
    anemia
  13. a dark or purple-blue stoma may indicate?
    compromised circulation or ischemia

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