UTA NURS 3425 Health Assessment to start 1-14-2013 - page 17

by ScarletFire

This thread is for anyone taking Holistic health assessment on-line at UTA starting Jan 14th 2013. Hopefully we can get a good thread going in order to provide support for each other as we go. The more students who participate,... Read More


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    Why does my comment do that? sorry
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    Never mind finally looked on the Q&A board
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    Announcement last night said the Week #1 quiz is available for review, but I can't find it. clicked on the quiz folder and it is empty; clicked on the Grade folder and all it says is that i took the quiz on a certain date, looked on the DB, not there, either. anyone know where this might be?
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    Hi ScarletFire here's how to access the quiz:

    Go to: Grades
    Scroll down to & click: Week 1 quiz
    Then click the grade you received, under "calculated grade"
    And it should take u to the answers.


    Hope this helps!
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    Quote from chicagoRNlove
    Hi ScarletFire here's how to access the quiz:

    Go to: Grades
    Scroll down to & click: Week 1 quiz
    Then click the grade you received, under "calculated grade"
    And it should take u to the answers.


    Hope this helps!
    chicagoRNlove,

    Thank you so much! I would never thought to click on the number itself.
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    Quote from TxMonci
    Never mind finally looked on the Q&A board
    Doesn't it mean 2+/4+?Because 2+ is normal?
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    Quote from Meriwhen
    I wouldn't do that, because it'd be dishonest unless your patient eats the very same thing every Tuesday like my autistic son does. Even then, it'd still stick out and raise an eyebrow.Just get a quick summary of what they've eaten over the last 24. If your subject happens to be a family member and you happen to be the family cook, you know what they're eating and can fill in most of the blanks
    Thanks, I am glad that you brought that up did you copy and paste and anterior and posterior thorax?
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    Where do yall find the I:E ratio explination? Is it just how long we count? or is it specific when they aren't on a vent lol
    Last edit by TxMonci on Jan 30, '13
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    I:E ratio is 1:2 usually. Expiration is usually two times longer than inspiration. It is in the assessment portion in our textbook.
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    Thanks


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