Study Group Question - Do you think you know it? - page 58

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  1. by   Lindie
    A pt who is 34 weeks gestation is suspected of using cocaine. what complication is the fetus @ high risk for
    1-late deceleration
    2-polyhydramnios
    3-macrosomia
    4-hyperbilirubimea

    A pt with meniere dz should be recommended to
    1-low fat diet
    2-low k diet
    3-low sodium diet
    4-increase high protein
  2. by   KAYBDT6
    [quote=Lindie;3858511]
    A pt who is 34 weeks gestation is suspected of using cocaine. what complication is the fetus @ high risk for
    1-late deceleration
    2-polyhydramnios
    3-macrosomia
    4-hyperbilirubimea

    A pt with meniere dz should be recommended to
    1-low fat diet
    2-low k diet
    3-low sodium diet
    4-increase high protein

  3. by   KAYBDT6
    what is the fx of the gallbladder
    1-to synthesis and manufacture bile
    2-collect and dilute bile
    3-to regulate bile flow into the body system
    4-collect,concentrate and store bile

    what is the normal average onset of menstruation
    1-12
    2-13
    3-14
    4-15

    what is the proper way to administer a tuberculin skin test to a pt
    1-intravenously
    2-subcutaneously
    3-intradermally
    4-intramuscularly
  4. by   Valerie Salva
    Quote from dodo102
    supine position because u cannot position the patient to the operative side, a detached retina will stay in place in a supine position. the others options will affect the healing process .


    question:
    ummmm....not.


    "[color=#990000]these materials hold the retina in place against the back
    wall of the eye while the laser scars are forming. after this
    surgery, it may be important for the patient to maintain a certain
    position of the head, which is often a face-down(prone) position.
    eventually, the gas is absorbed and replaced by fluid produced by
    the eye".
    [color=#990000]
    http://www.carolinaretinadoc.com/retinaldetachment.html

    "if the doctor repaired the retina using the gas bubble procedure, you must keep your head face down or turned to one side for several weeks. it is important to maintain this position so the gas bubble pushes the retina in place."

    http://www.vitrectomy.com/

    "you may be instructed to take advantage of this splint-like effect by positioning yourself in a certain face down position until the bubble clears. you retina surgeon will give you exact instructions before you leave the hospital."

    http://www.retinaldetachmentpreventi...postopinfo.htm
  5. by   Valerie Salva
    Quote from kaybdt6
    ..... because the pt in the question is experiencing internal bleeding and heparin should be given quickly to increase the blood coagulation and later can be given in smaller doses daily.
    you got it backwards- heparin does not increase blood coagulation- it prevents it. heparin should not be given to a pt with internal bleeding.
  6. by   Valerie Salva
    ...hmmm.
    Last edit by Valerie Salva on Sep 13, '09
  7. by   simi001
    what is the fx of the gallbladder
    1-to synthesis and manufacture bile
    2-collect and dilute bile
    3-to regulate bile flow into the body system
    4-collect,concentrate and store bile

    what is the normal average onset of menstruation
    1-12
    2-13
    3-14
    4-15

    what is the proper way to administer a tuberculin skin test to a pt
    1-intravenously
    2-subcutaneously
    3-intradermally
    4-intramuscularly
  8. by   KAYBDT6
    [quote=simi001;3859792]
    what is the fx of the gallbladder
    1-to synthesis and manufacture bile
    2-collect and dilute bile
    3-to regulate bile flow into the body system
    4-collect,concentrate and store bile

    what is the normal average onset of menstruation
    1-12
    2-13
    3-14
    4-15

    what is the proper way to administer a tuberculin skin test to a pt
    1-intravenously
    2-subcutaneously
    3-intradermally
    4-intramuscularly


    :d:d
  9. by   KAYBDT6
    what is the primary purpose of using incentive spirometer
    1-to encourage in coughing
    2-to arouse and stimulate the pt
    3-to encourage deep breathing
    4-to determine respiratory status

    before administering oxygen therapy, the nurse should
    1-review the pt hx for copd
    2-auscultate bilateral breath sound
    3-draw abg
    4-observe pt respiratory status


  10. by   simi001
    what is the primary purpose of using incentive spirometer
    1-to encourage in coughing
    2-to arouse and stimulate the pt
    3-to encourage deep breathing
    4-to determine respiratory status

    before administering oxygen therapy, the nurse should
    1-review the pt hx for copd because in copd we have to give oxygen cautiously
    2-auscultate bilateral breath sound
    3-draw abg
    4-observe pt respiratory status
  11. by   KAYBDT6
    [quote=simi001;3859832]
    what is the primary purpose of using incentive spirometer
    1-to encourage in coughing
    2-to arouse and stimulate the pt
    3-to encourage deep breathing - main purpose is to help the pt to deep breath after surgery.
    4-to determine respiratory status overall goal but option 3 is the most correct in these situation.but the question is asking for primary purpose

    before administering oxygen therapy, the nurse should
    1-review the pt hx for copd because in copd we have to give oxygen cautiously
    2-auscultate bilateral breath sound
    3-draw abg
    4-observe pt respiratory status
  12. by   KAYBDT6
    what is the most important purpose of intermittent positive pressure breathing
    1-mobilization of bronchial secretions
    2-incr alveolar ventilation
    3-prevention of atelectasis
    4-dcr airway volume

    what is the best position to place a child with myelomeningocele
    1-supine
    2-prone
    3-sidelying
    4-semi-fowler
  13. by   simi001
    what is the most important purpose of intermittent positive pressure breathing
    1-mobilization of bronchial secretions not sure
    2-incr alveolar ventilation
    3-prevention of atelectasis
    4-dcr airway volume

    what is the best position to place a child with myelomeningocele
    1-supine
    2-prone
    3-sidelying
    4-semi-fowler

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