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Hi everyone....i just finished my 2nd semester of nursing school.....I am looking forward to start an extern program in summer of next year....I still have to make my resume and start applying.....I really appreciate all of you posting these threads.....thanks a lot....this will help me a lot through the process
my instructor said the care plan books are too weak ats why can't use them.............i figured out the nandas already so thank you everyone...the problem is dat i have 2 much paperwork and have to write everything not type.....so dun have enough time to write every information out here............and daytonite i did have all my assessment done including the labs, skin, and everything else............it's just that i have so much goin on and um trying to pass..........next time i'll just post nandas when i get done with the as evidenced by so it is easier for everyone to undertsand what i am talkin about......ps i just started nursing school and this is only my 1st careplan.....im still learning so if i make ome people mad by asking them questions then um sry but i thought this forum is to help people understand.................
hi brandon..... well, if u go on the website http://www.lungnet.org.au/fact_sheets/thelungs.html u can get some idea. or here you go:
how does oxygen get into the bloodstream
inside the alveoli, oxygen moves across the paper thin walls of tiny blood vessels, called capillaries, and into the blood, where it is picked up by chemicals in the red blood cells ready to be carried around the body. at the same time, a waste product from the body called carbon dioxide, comes out of the capillaries back into the alveoli, ready to be breathed out.
freshly oxygenated blood is carried from the lungs to the heart which pumps blood around the body through the arteries. once the oxygen has been used up in the tissues of the body, the blood returns, through the veins, to the heart. it is then pumped to the lungs so that the carbon dioxide can be removed and more oxygen taken up.
oxygen and carbon dioxide in the lungs
how does oxygen get to the blood in the first place? we breathe air containing oxygen through the mouth and nose. the air travels down through a breathing tube (the trachea or windpipe) into the lungs. the body's two lungs lie on either side of the heart.
oxygen travels into the smallest air sacs of the lungs, called alveoli. capillaries around these air sacs allow blood to exchange oxygen for unwanted carbon dioxide. the oxygen-rich blood then returns to the heart to be pumped to the rest of the body. the carbon dioxide in the lungs is passed out of the body through the mouth and nose when we exhale
hi richard...i do have gulanick care plan book and sparks and taylor but my instructor doesn't want me to use anything from there....i kind of know how to write nanda and fidn them but to find the correct nanda for my patient.........thanx for your help though.
hi daytonite...i'll post my patient's 3 nandas by tomorrow and will post them on nursing assistance forum......sry for not posting them on the right place......i hope u'll still help me.....
Hi....I'm a first semester student in nursing school.....can someone help me do 3 nandas for diarrhea? My patient had a bowel resection surgery and she has incontinent diarrhea.....she doesn't consume enough wanter and loves to drink coffee and tea...she is 80 years old and already had a TIA (transient inschemic attack)......I can never figure the nandas out.....can someone please help me......I would really appreciate it...thanx
hi daytonite...thanx for guiding me to come on this thread...i just joined couple of days back so um still trying to figure out stuff...well...i'll be working on my first care plan this weekend so will ask any questions i have...thanx again...and hi everyone...
thanx everyone for the suggestion abt the care plans...i'm a first semester student and will be doing my first care plan next week...if i have any questions i'll post them here...thanx again everyone....u all are the best.....
Hi, I'm a first semester nursing student. I desperately need help with my nanda. Actually, my nanda is acute pain related to inflammation associated with disease process sucha s patient having acute abdominal pain and rheumatoid arthritis. I need to write the short term and long term outcome and intervetions to go with it. Can someone please guide me? I would really appreciate it. Thanx.
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