Study Group Question - Do you think you know it? - page 8

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   KAYBDT6
    what is the adverse effect of BETAMETHASONE?

    1- Hypoglycemia
    2- Hypotension
    3- Hypokalemia
  2. by   LVAD RN
    Quote from KAYBDT6
    what is the adverse effect of BETAMETHASONE?

    1- Hypoglycemia
    2- Hypotension
    3- Hypokalemia

    The answer I think is Hypokalemia
  3. by   KAYBDT6
    Quote from snydayz
    The answer I think is Hypokalemia

    Adverse effect of Betamethasone are HYPERGLYCEMIA, HYPERTENSION AND HYPOKALEMIA ( MUSCLE WEAKNESS)
  4. by   KAYBDT6
    what position will you place a pt post- operatively after repair of detached retina of the left eye? Give rationale for your answer.

    1- prone
    2- supine
    3- left side
    4- right side
  5. by   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:
  6. by   KAYBDT6
    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:

  7. by   KAYBDT6
    Who be the first pt to be assess during the morning shift?

    1- pt with Status epilepticus first day in the hospital
    2- pt with Epilepsy first day in the hospital
    3- pt with Trigeminal neutralgia first day in the hospital
  8. by   sandiesown
    pt with Status epilepticus first day in the hospital, this is life-threatening.
  9. by   KAYBDT6
    Quote from sandiesown
    pt with Status epilepticus first day in the hospital, this is life-threatening.

    Pt with status epilepticus always have a continuous seizure and which can lead to respiratory distress while others can be attended to later which are not life threatening.
  10. by   KAYBDT6
    What nutrient are necessary in fighting and healing wounds?

    1- Vitamin C and Zinc
    2- Vitamin K and D
    3- Vitamin E and Calcium

    what is used to manage pt with alcohol withdrawal?
  11. by   jarlesha
    1- vit c and zinc
    thanks for starting this cause its so helpful.
  12. by   soon2bRN516
    I am going to say Vit C and Zinc...
    As for the alcohol withdrawl, is it tegretol???? I know that is often used but not sure if that is the answer you were looking for...

    I know they also use ativan to help, but tegretol is still my answer...
    Last edit by soon2bRN516 on Jun 14, '09
  13. by   soon2bRN516
    What is the irreversible syndrome that can result if alcohol withdrawls are not taken care of?

    And what drug do they use to help alcoholics stop drinking? Does the patient have to completely stop drinking or can they continue minimally while on the medication?

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