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  1. Last week my pt came in with abdominal pain and diarrhea. There's no medical diagnosis yet. However, during her endoscopy the doctor found hiatus-hernia. But they didn't change her medical diagnosis. So i'm stuck because i don't know the cause of her abdominal pain. But i'm thinking since they found hiatus-hernia. R/O hiatus-hernia? She's also obese, 75 yrs old Hx -GI reflux -recent pneumonia -HTN -osteoarthritis -allergic rinitis -disc disorder in the lumbar region -hx of headache and facial pain Past surgical hx -hysterectomy -stated had tumors many years ago i had to make 3 nursing diagnosis and 1 collaborative problem (risk) Check them out. 1.)Anxiety related to pain and uncertainty of cause or outcome of condition AEB stated "hopefully, there's nothing wrong with me." 2.)Acute pain R/t ???? 3.) Risk: 1.)Risk for fluid volume deficit R/t frequent loose stool. Thank you in advance
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    Electrolyte imbalance, S&S

    This is exactly what im doing...right now..this minute. Daytonite is right DO NOT COMPARE the S/S for each or else you will get confuse. This is how i did it. First try understand what they regulate and then associate the S/S. For example: Sodium: water balance, nerve impulse transmission, regulation of acid-base balance and participation in cellular chemical reactions. Hyponatremia S/S: nerve impulse transmission : convulsion, coma, personality change water balance: vomiting, nausea, diarrhea Hypernatremia (think of it as dehydration) S/S: water balance: dry, flushed skin; extreme thirst; dry mucous membranes Nerve impulses: convulsion, agitaion, irritability and So on.....hope it helps
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    Electrolyte imbalance, S&S

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    New Graduate Nurse willing to Move Anywhere!

    CA, LA is in demand of nurses...positions are being filled by travel nurse from different states.
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    Multiple Sclerosis

    anyone please help....=[
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    Multiple Sclerosis

    Hey guys, i have a presentation on monday about multiple sclerosis. i just have one thing missing and it's the evidence-based practice for multiple sclerosis. i'm confuse about this part. anyone have an idea? Do i just write down treatments for MS?? but then it would be evidence-based treatment not practice. any care to help?..please..thanks in advance.:)
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    Multiple Sclerosis

    Hey guys, i have a presentation on monday about multiple sclerosis. i just have one thing missing and it's the evidence-based practice for multiple sclerosis. i'm confuse about this part. anyone have an idea? Do i just write down treatments for MS?? but then it would be evidence-based treatment not practice. any care to help?..please..thanks in advance
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    Oxygenation and FLUID&ELECTROLYTE

    ok i will ask for clarifications...during lectures....thanks alot!!!..you got any nclex book practice questions.. that you think would help me in this class? cuz alot of NS are saying that invest in nclex practice questions..to help u..get used to the type of questions...i want do buy a book..but i juz don't know which one...
  10. I love this site.....im just doing some advance reading...for fluid and electrolyte....exactly what i need
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    Oxygenation and FLUID&ELECTROLYTE

    Hey guys, i just finish my bootcamp today and I am so happy. Some Nursing schools have bootcamp to let the students have a little taste whats going to be like on the real thing. Now, on monday thats when we start our first semester and i'm super scared. Also, i've heard that Oxygenation and Fluid & Electrolyte are one of the hardest chapter. Now, im doing some advance reading and try to understand it. I'm just wondering if there's any tips for these topics that will help other students to understand the whole oxygenation process or the fuild and electrolye would be extremely helpful. If anyone mastered these topics please post some tips here to help student like myself and other NS. Thank you in Advance!.