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What are the medication rights?
- Right med
- Right pt
- Right Dosage
- Right Route
- Right Time
- Right Reason
- Right Assessment data
- Make sure pt takes med
- Right Response
- Right education to patient
- Patient's right to refuse
Which is the most commonly used route of medication?
What is the enteral route?
Administering drug through an enteral tube
What is the amount of water you should crush medicine with when administering via tube?
What are parenteral medications?
- "outside of the intestines of alimentary canal"
How much can a SQ hold?
How much can an IM hold?
What angle is intradermal administered at?
What angle is SQ administered at?
At what angle is IM administered?
How much medication can you administer into the deltoid?
When should you assess the IV site?
What is FACT in effective documentation?
Where do you document things that impact patient care? ie. Short staffing?
protests of assignment
What is SBAR?
What are common diagnostic tests for bowel elimination?
Name some constipating foods
Name some foods with laxative effects
- fruits and veggies
Name some gas producing foogds
What is diarrhea?
loose stool 4-5x in a 24hr period
What is a BRAT diet and why do you use it?
- Bananas, Rice, Applesauce, toast
- Managing diarrhea
What type of enema is most effective?
Tap water enema
What type of enema is used in children?
What is in a RN's scope of practice?
- Determine nursing dx
- Set goals/outcomes
- Develop interventions to meet that goal
- Evaluate if the goal/outcomes are met
What are the 5 rights of delegation?
- The right task
- Under the right circumstances
- To the right person
- With the right directions and communication
- Under the right supervision and evaluation
How many cc's will make you feel like you need to go to the bathroom?
How many nephrons per kidney?
What BP do nephrons need to work?
What is the name of the muscle that surrounds the bladder?
What is specific gravity numbers
1.015 - 1.025
What is the normal urine output for 24 hours?
What is the rate that an adult kidney produces urine?
< 50 mL in 24 hours
<400mL in 24hrs
sugar in the urine
excessive urine output
involuntary loss of urine
indication of kidney diesease
pus in the urine
What color is urine when taking anticoagulants?
What color is urine when taking diuretics?
What color is urine when taking pyridium
What color is urine when taking Elavil**
green - blue green
What color is urine when taking Levodopa
brown or black