Anyone up for random FACT THROWING?? - page 401

by CrazyScrubNurse

OK I know this sounds stupid but I have a friend that gets really freaked out before big tests like finals, HESI, NCLEX, and usually we get together and a few days before I start throwing out random facts at her. On 2 different... Read More


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    tonometry: normal (10-21 mm hg)

    pr interval: normal (0.12-0.20 seconds)

    serum amylase: normal (25-151 units/dl)

    serum ammonia: normal (35 to 65 mcg/dl)

    calcium: adult (8.6-10 mg/dl)
    child (8 to 10.5 mg/dl)
    term<1week hg =" inadequate">11 mm hg = too much fluid

    potassium: 3.5-5.0 meq/l
    sodium: 135-145 meq/l
    calcium: 4.5-5.2 meq/l or 8.6-10 mg/dl
    magnesium: 1.5-2.5 meq/l
    chloride: 96-107 meq/l
    phosphorus: 2.7 to 4.5 mg/dl

    pr measurements: normal (0.12 to 0.20 second)

    qrs measurements: normal (0.04 to 0.10 second)

    ammonia: 35 to 65 ug/dl
    amylase:25 to 151 iv/l

    lipase: 10 to 140 u/l

    cholesterol: 140 to 199 mg/dl
    ldl: <130>0.1 to 0.2 ng/ml = mi

    erythrocyte studies: 0-30 mm/hour

    serum iron: male 65-175 ug/dl
    female 50-170 ug/dl

    rbc: male 4.5 to 6.2 m/ul
    female 4.0 to 5.5 m/ul



    theophylline levels normal (10 to 20 mcg/dl)




    motor development


    chin up
    1 month

    chest up
    2 month

    knee push and “swim”
    6 month

    sits alone/stands with help
    7 month

    crawls on stomach
    8 month

    stands holding on furniture
    10 month

    walks when led
    11 month

    stands alone
    14 month

    walks alone
    15 month


    at the play ground

    * stranger anxiety: 0 -1 year
    * separation anxiety: 1 - 3 years
    * solitary play: 0 – 1 year
    * parallel play: 2 – 3 years
    * group play: 3 – 4 years


    psychological development

    age
    erikson
    freud
    piaget
    infant
    0 – 1.5
    trust vs. mistrust oral (trust & dependence
    sensorimotor
    toddler
    1.5 -3
    autonomy vs. shame anal (holding vs. letting out)
    preoperational
    pre-school
    3 - 6
    initiative vs. guilt phallic (oedipus complex)
    preoperational
    school age
    6 - 11 industry vs. inferiority
    latency
    concrete operational

    11 - 20 identity vs. role confusion
    genital
    formal operational

    20 – 25
    intimacy vs. isolation

    25 – 50 generativity vs. stagnation

    50 - ?
    integrity vs.despair


    laboratory values

    electrolytes

    sodium (na+): 135 – 145 meq/l
    (increase-dehydration; decrease overhydration)
    potassium (k+): 3.5 - 5.0 meq/l
    magnesium (mg++): 1.5 – 2.5 meq/l
    calcium (ca++): 4.5 – 5.8 meq/l
    neonate : 7.0 to 12 mg/dl
    child: 8.0 to 10.5 mg/dl
    phosphorus (po4): 1.7 – 2.6 meq/l
    chloride (cl-): 96 – 106 meq/l

    coagulation studies

    activated partial thromboplastin time(aptt): 20 – 36 seconds depending on the type of activator used
    prothrombin time(pt): male: 9.6 – 11.8 seconds
    female: 9.5 – 11.3 seconds
    international normalized ratio(inr): 2.0 - 3.0 for standard coumadin therapy
    3.0 – 4.5 for high-dose coumadin therapy
    clotting time: 8 – 15 minutes
    platelet count: 150,000 to 400,000 cells/ul
    bleeding time: 2.5 to 8 minutes

    serum gastrointestinal studies

    albumin: 3.4 to 5 g/dl
    alkaline phosphatase: 4.5 to 13 king-armstrong units/dl
    ammonia: 15 to 45 ug/dl
    amylase: 50 – 180 somogyi u/dl in adult
    20 – 160 somogyi u/dl in the older adult
    bilirubin: direct: 0 - 0.3 mg/dl
    indirect: 0.1 – 1.0 mg/dl
    total: less than 1.5 mg/dl
    cholesterol: 120 – 200mg/dl
    lipase: 31 -186 u/l
    lipids: 400 – 800 mg/dl
    triclycerides: normal range: 10 – 190 mg/dl
    borderline high: 200 – 400 mg/dl
    high: 400 – 1000mg/dl
    very high: greater than 1000mg.dl
    protien: 6.0 – 8.0 g/l
    uric acid: male: 4.5 – 8 ng/dl
    female: 2.5 – 6.2 ng/dl


    glucose studies

    fasting blood sugar: 70 – 105 mg/dl
    glucose monitoring (capillary blood): 60 – 110 mg/dl





    renal function test

    creatinine: 0.6 – 1.3 mg/dl
    blood urea nitrogen (bun): 5 – 20 mg/dl

    erytrocytes studies

    erytrocyte sedimentation rate(esr): 0 – 30 mm/hr depending on age
    hemoglobin: male: 14 – 16.5 g/dl
    female: 12 – 15 g/dl
    hematocrit: male: 42% - 52% (increased in hemoconcentration, fluid loss and dehydration)
    female: 35% - 47% ( decreased in fluid retention)
    red blood cell (rbc): male: 4.5 to 6.2 million/ul
    female: 4 to 5.5 million/ul

    white blood cell (wbc): 4500 to 11,000/ul
    erytrocyte protoporthyrin (ep) : <9ug/dl>25 mg/dl

    cranial nerves

    major functions

    i. olfactory (s)
    smell

    ii. optic (s)
    vision

    iii. oculomotor (m)
    iv. trochlear (m)
    eye movement

    v. trigeminal (s-m) facial sensation
    jaw movement

    vi. abducent (m)
    eye movement

    vii. facial (s-m) taste
    facial expression

    viii. acoustic (s)
    hearing and balance

    ix. glossopharyngeal (s-m) taste
    throat sensation
    gag and swallow

    x. vagus (s-m) gag and swallow
    parasympathetic activity

    xi. spinal accessory (m) neck and back muscles

    xii. hypoglossal (m)
    tongue movement

    on old olympus’ towering tops, a finn and german viewed some hops
    some says marry money, but my brother says bad business marry money

    arterial blood gas (abg)

    ph: 7.35 – 7.45
    pco2: 35 - 45 mmhg
    po2: 80 - 100 mmhg
    hco3: 22 - 27 meq/l
    o2 saturation: 96% - 100%
    acid-base “rams”(respiratory alternate, metabolic same)

    glasgow coma scale

    eye opening response
    motor response
    verbal response

    autonomic nervous system

    sympathetic/
    adrenergic parasympathetic/
    cholinergic

    heart increased heart rate
    increased conduction
    increased force
    decreased heart rate

    bronchi
    dilation
    constriction

    gi tract
    reduced motility
    increased motility

    rectum
    allows filling empties rectum
    relaxes internal sphincter

    bladder
    allows filling empties bladder
    relaxes internal sphincter

    erection
    maintains erection

    ejaculation
    triggers ejaculation

    pupils of eye
    big (mydriasis)
    small (miosis)

    salivary glands
    secretion

    blood vessels depends on receptors
    -a contrict
    -b dilates




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    Hi Prado, could you email me a copy of those random facts too? Pretty pleeeeaaase! Thank you! I appreciate it. nesa_sico717@yahoo.com
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    Good Morning,
    Could you please email me a copy of these random facts as well. Greatly appreciated: itsmethestina@gmail.com
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    hello prado could you email me one please at shinee51@yahoo.com thanks.
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    hello prado email me one also jec_42189@hotmail.com thanks!
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    Quote from Nurse_Diane
    NEVER NEVER NEVER administer KCl via IV push.
    LOL instant death as in M. Hurst Voice
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    please email me Vilmamcknight@gmail.com taking NCLEX soon! Thanks I appreciate it!
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    Prado, will you please email the copies to me, I test next week and need all info I can get. My email address is EricaColeman22@msn.com I really appreciate it.
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    hello everyone if anyone need random facts all in one file then pls pm me and leave ur e mail ......i will send u file right away as i get ur e mail......
    i have copy all random facts and made one big file....
    i copied page 1 to 100 then 200-275...after that i took my exam and passed.
    but still that information is too much, after u read u can even pass doctor exam too.
    so i m always willing to help...
    when ever u send me private message pls leave ur e mail address....


    hi prado..i hope you can email it to me too. my email add is cuddlyanne@yahoo.com
    it will really be appreciated so much. thank you

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    thank u..


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