• AP Earth-Chapter 1 Outline
    Definitions 2. LD50 and ED50 3. Dose-response curve C. Carcinogens and chemical mixtures 1. Challenges for research and risk assesment III. Ecological risk assessment A. The Precautionary principle and the environment B. Ecological risk assesment 1. Environmental stressors 2. Cost-benefit...
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  • Rn vs. Lpn
    license and which can an LPN perform. The RN scope generally includes more complex and potentially dangerous tasks, such as titrating or adjusting a dose of medication based on a patient's ondition; invasive produres, such as inserting a central venous catheter; or giving intravenous chemotherapy. When...
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  • Nur 203 Study Guide 1
    Pharmacology: The study of medicine. i. Understanding how drugs are administered, to where they travel in the body, to the actual responses produced. b. Therapeutics: branch of medicine concerned with the prevention of disease and treatment of suffering c. Pharmacotherapy:...
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  • My Childhood
    week Step 2 : Inadequate Response * Continue lifestyle modification * Initial drug selection 1. Diuretic or B blocker 2. ACE inhibitor, Ca Channel Blocker, α – blocker, α and β - blocker Step 3 : Inadequte Response 1. Increase drug dose or 2. Substitute another...
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  • Case Study
    modalities * Summary of recent physician’s progress notes * Summary of recent nurse’s notes * Discharge teaching needs | 4-6 | 3 | PHYSICAL ASSESMENT | 7 | 4 | THEORY BASED i) Definition ii) Pathophysiology iii) Diagnosis: | Textbook description of disease process | Client presentation...
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  • Risk Assement
    Risk Assesment. By Damon DeVries Here in Genericville we are faced with a serious issue. This issue is one that has no easy answer we need to decide weather we should employ the use of a powerful pesticide that would control...
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  • Dengue
    occurs in children (sometimes adults) experiencing their second dengue infection. It is sometimes fatal, especially in children and young adults. ASSESMENT 11 Year old male pedia patient with Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever SUBJECTIVE : “ Ang sakit po ng tiyan ko pati mga tuhod ko at binti” as verbalized...
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  • Stress
    vulnerability to disease, while chronic stress can even lead to the exhaustion phase and ultimately death. The term “stress” itself refers to our response to a stressor – a demanding event or situation – and the amount stress that is experienced depends on the severity of the stressor, how long it lasts...
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  • Nursing Adults with Complex Needs
    main carer. The district nurses had to visit him every day of the week. The patient had a syringe driver on situ which needed to be filled with a new dose of medication every 24 hours. Also the extension set needed to be changed to the other side of the patient’s body when the side it was on became sore...
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  • Nursing Care Plan
    device, the nurse will examine the appearance of the infusion site, patency of the system, type of fluid being infused and rate of flow, and the response of the client.Asses the site for any redness, swelling, or pain in this area. Look for any facial gestures when assessing site, since this can be...
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  • Management of Head Injury
    93.3% O2CT PO2 (A-a) (RA) PO2 (a/A) CLINICAL ASSESMENT Primary survey a. ABCDEs A- Airway with C-spine control ~ asses airway * talk to client for respond if does not reply assume as not clear...
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  • Schemes
    points-Inference and deduction-skimming -scanning-ProofreadingThey should be able to identify the following from the passage and give an informed personal response to a text and provide some textual reference in support:1. Characters2. Themes3. Plot4. setting5. point of view6. characterization7. suggestion questions...
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  • Hazmat
    Hazardous Waste Management, 2nd ed. Instructors’ Manual Chapter 14: Quantitative Risk Assessment CHAPTER 14 QUANTITATIVE RISK ASSESMENT Supplemental Questions: The opening quote is by Milton. Who was Milton? John Milton, 1608-74, was an English poet. As a Cambridge undergraduate he wrote poems...
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  • Drug Study
    patterns established (maximum 20 milliunits/min), then decrease dose. NURSING CONSIDERATIONS: A. Assesment: Fetal maturity , presentation and pelvic adequacy should be assessed prior to admission of oxytocin...
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  • Nursing Care Plan
    ASSESMENT | GOAL OF CARE | PLAN OF ACTIONS | RATIONALE | IMPLEMENTATION | DOCUMENTATION | Subjective:“Daghan man na siya samad ug hubag sa iyang lawas”(She has many wounds and bruises on her body) as verbalized by the mother.Objective:-Presence of lesions and abrasions on the patient’s body.-greenish...
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  • Clinical Decision Making in Nursing
    identical to the nursing process as described by (ref ewles & simnett?) however, this has been disparaged by some for not being critical in its stages (assesment, planning, implementation and evaluation) leading to standardized care plans and the reduction in decision making based on the individual patient...
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  • Cancer
    al, 2007). Arsenic does not directly react with DNA or cause gene mutations, except to a small extent at high dose. However it does cause gene amplification and chromosomal damage at lower doses and can enhance mutagenesis by other agents, apparently by inhibiting DNA repair. Sodium Arsenite ( Na3As)...
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  • Nursing Care of Crrt Hyovolemia
    presence of circulating autoantibodies and a high serum globulin concentration (Krawitt 2006). This results in the body initialling in error an immune response to the liver cells and causing inflammation damage and death of the liver cells. Primary sclerosing cholangitis is the inflammation, scarring and...
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  • Essay
    inflammation | B. Drug Study Generic Name: Acetazolamide tab 250mg Date Ordered: September 9, 2009 Classification: Antiglaucoma drug Dose, Frequency and Route: 250mg 1tab every 8 hours Mechanism of Action: Inhibit the enzyme carbonic anhydrase. This action decreases aqueous humor formation...
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  • Learning Theories
    Involving response generation - Providing Feedback About performance - Assessing the performance Involving additional response feedback ...
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