Study Group Question - Do you think you know it? - page 13

I was having this discussion with a friend, but we later agree to to these. Hope this will benefit all nurses student still in school or awaiting to take NCLEX. Is more or less like a study... Read More

  1. by   Kambili
    Quote from kaybdt6
    what is the most common problem following insertion of subclavian central line? respiratory distress (sob) not sure

    which cranial nerves is responsible for muscle of the tongue? hypoglossal



    an 18 years old pt sign and informed consent to have her left knee amputated. but after medicating the pt, the nurse discovered that the surgery is to be done on the right knee. what will you do in other to correct the mistake

    1- cross out the left and write in the right and initial the consent.
    2- ask the pt to sign the consent form
    3- have the parents to sign the consent form
    4- notify the operating room and reschedule the surgery.
    i have prob;ems with consent forms
  2. by   Kambili
    i also want to add that interventions for uteroplacental insufficiency are -positioon (side-lying (left or right) or knee-chest, O2 and IV fluid)
  3. by   KAYBDT6
    what is the most common problem following insertion of subclavian central line?
    answer: pneumothorax

    which cranial nerves is responsible for muscle of the tongue?
    answer:hypoglossal

    what is used to diagnosed uterine cancer?
    answer: endometrial biopsy

    what is used to diagnosed cervical cancer?
    answer: endocervical biopsy

    an 18 years old pt sign and informed consent to have her left knee amputated. but after medicating the pt, the nurse discovered that the surgery is to be done on the right knee. what will you do in other to correct the mistake

    1- cross out the left and write in the right and initial the consent.
    2- ask the pt to sign the consent form
    3- have the parents to sign the consent form
    4- notify the operating room and reschedule the surgery.

    Last edit by KAYBDT6 on Jun 19, '09
  4. by   KAYBDT6
    Anterior curvature of the lumber spine is called.........?

    Abnormal posterior curvature of the spine is called.......?

    what does low and high urine specific gravity indicate.......?

    low and high central volume pressure indicate..........?

    what is used to determine sex of the fetus and to evaluate fetal lung maturity........?
  5. by   jarlesha
    anterior curvature is -scolosis, posterior is- kyphosis, low sg-is overhydration and high sg- is dehydration, low cvp is-hypovolemia and high cvp is-hypervolemia, sex of fetus-ultrasound and lung maturity- i wanna say amniocentesis
  6. by   KAYBDT6
    Quote from jarlesha
    anterior curvature is -scolosis, posterior is- kyphosis, low sg-is overhydration and high sg- is dehydration, low cvp is-hypovolemia and high cvp is-hypervolemia, sex of fetus-ultrasound and lung maturity- i wanna say amniocentesis
  7. by   KAYBDT6
    what does VARIABLE DECELERATION indicate?
    what does EARLY DECELERATION indicate?
    what does LATE DECELERATION indicate?
    what does HYPOACTIVE BOWEL SOUNDS indicate?
    what does HYPOACTIVE BOWEL SOUNDS indicate?

    what is the responsibility of a nurse manager to the clerical staff regarding the policy

    1- proper documentation of a verbal order form the physician
    2- policy changes in the administration of opioid
    3- logging off the computer containing pt information
    4- new education material for pt with CHF


  8. by   Kambili
    Quote from kaybdt6
    what does variable deceleration indicate? cord prolapse
    what does early deceleration indicate? nothing serious. head compression
    what does late deceleration indicate? uteroplacental insufficiency
    what does hypoactive bowel sounds indicate? hypo = paralytic ileus
    what does hypoactive bowel sounds indicate? hyper - bowel obstruction

    what is the responsibility of a nurse manager to the clerical staff regarding the policy

    1- proper documentation of a verbal order form the physician
    2- policy changes in the administration of opioid
    3- logging off the computer containing pt information
    4- new education material for pt with chf

    i dont know the ans. to the laaast question but i went w. 2 just because it has policy in it.
  9. by   KAYBDT6
    Quote from kambili
    i dont know the ans. to the laaast question but i went w. 2 just because it has policy in it.

    the answer to the last question is #3.
    #1- these is not the scope of practice for the clerical staff.
    #2- these is the job of a management not clerical staff
    #3-these fall on clerical staff job description.

    #4- these is the job of an rn.
  10. by   KAYBDT6
    You are caring for a pt with type 1 diabetes schedule for gall-bladder X-ray in a outpatient clinic. The pt was given medication to take as a preparation for the schedule test. what is your nursing action when preparing the pt for the test

    1-Explain the procedure to the pt and ask if the pt has any question
    2-Give the pt direction to the clinic
    3-inform the pt to take his insulin and eat breakfast before leaving home for the schedule test.
    4-explain to the pt not to take his insulin before the schedule test.


    Pancreatic enzyme should be administered with-------- to maintain medication integrity.

    1- hot
    2- warm
    3- cold

    what is MAGNISIUM SULPHATE and PITOCIN used for.........

  11. by   sandiesown
    4. Do not take insulin, surgery/anethesia increases blood glucose levels and will be watched, and pt will be on s/s insulin regimen.

    3. administer meds with warm. give with meals to decrease gastrointestinal upset. Can not be crushed, but do come in liquid, capsule for, can put sprinkles in applesauce.

    MS (used with severe pre-eclampsia, slows contractions and Pitocin (induce labor/induces contractions)
    Last edit by sandiesown on Jun 19, '09
  12. by   Mariposa2009
    I am enjoying this thread and figured I'd join in on the fun. These are just some questions I thought of off the top of my head.

    After a tonsillectomy, what is indicative of hemorrhage?

    What position should a pt be placed in after a liver biopsy?

    What are some causes of an ectopic pregnancy?

    What is the first thing you should do after membranes rupture?

    Following a mastectomy, how should you position the pt's arm?

    What is the first thing you should do if someone is choking?

    If a breast-feeding mother has mastitis, she should stop breast-feeding. (True/False)

    If a woman is pregnant and her rubella titer is <1:8, she should be vaccinated during pregnancy. (True/False)

    If you assess a postpartum pt's uterus and it is boggy, what should you do?

    What vitamin should people avoid when taking accutane?

    What priority teaching should be given to a woman taking accutane?

    Why would neomycin PO be ordered for a client with cirrhosis?

    While monitoring a pt on dialysis, you notice that the dialysate solution is cloudy. What does this indicate?

    Morphine is the drug of choice for pain in a pt with pancretitis. (True/False)

    Why would morphine be ordered for an acute MI?

    What should you assess before administering digoxin?

    While mowing the lawn, a man calls complaining of chest pain. What should you tell him to do first?

    When experiencing angina, a pt is told to take 2 nitro tabs q5m X 3. (True/False)

    Why would a pt who had a valve replacement need to be on anticoags?

    Why would heparin be ordered for a pt with A fib?

    A child presents to the ED with abd pain. As you assess the pt, you notice that the pain is most severe at McBurney's point. What does this indicate?

    A child who is diagnosed with acute appendicitis suddenly states "My tummy doesn't hurt anymore." What does this indicate?

    A concerned mother brings her newborn into the ED. She explains that during feedings, he starts to cough, choke, and turns blue. What does this indicate?

    Bulging fontanels indicate dehydration in an infant. (True/false)

    Currant jelly stools are indicative of _______.
    Last edit by Mariposa2009 on Jun 20, '09
  13. by   KAYBDT6
    Quote from sandiesown
    4. Do not take insulin, surgery/anethesia increases blood glucose levels and will be watched, and pt will be on s/s insulin regimen.

    3. administer meds with warm. give with meals to decrease gastrointestinal upset. Can not be crushed, but do come in liquid, capsule for, can put sprinkles in applesauce.

    MS (used with severe pre-eclampsia, slows contractions and Pitocin (induce labor/induces contractions)


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