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  1. suehernando

    I wish I had studied this before Nursing 101.......

    I would brush up on Math, medication math, also more complex equations as in algrebra. I would also do a human biology or a pre a and p, mircobiology is really advanced I wouldn't take that until you are through a&p. I would take a computer class just to brush up on some computer skills, could help you later on when researching. Also a human growth or psychology class to further you knowledge in how people work. Hope that it helps you. I am currently in a 50 week program where we have several older(not implying anything) students. I have 4 kids at home and 3 are under age of 3. So, it is really hard at times. So, keep up and don't fall behind. Good Luck!!!
  2. suehernando

    care plan mapping?

    :idea:Has anyone heard ofcare plan mapping? It is based off of your patho for your client? Our school has switched to this, so we have to learn something new, it seems easier, but I was wondering if anyone else has heard of it.
  3. suehernando

    anatomy homework help

    I came up with TB with the symptoms and lab values. My book gave me two nursing dx of risk for infection and ineffective therapeutic regimen management. Good luck.
  4. suehernando

    Help with a couple of nur dx with pneumonia

    I am almost finished with school, I can give you suggestion from my experiences in clinical. An easy one would be risk for infection r/t inadequate primary defenses(e.g. decreased cilary action) The deficient fluid volume is a good one. I know that are school is doing care mapping, which is based off of your patho. Is the client taking any of the following cortisone, thiazides and "loop" diuretics Asked a friend and got ineffective airway clearance r/t the presence of tracheobronchial secretions secondary to infection and impaired gas exchange r/t altered oxygen supply and alveolar- capillary membrane changes secondary to inflammatory process in the lungs. I hope that it helps from one student to the next. Good luck.
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