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UCONNNURS 3444Ruth LucasSpring

NURS 3444- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 51 pages long!)

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Alterations in the size and shape of parts of system. Alterations in gas exchange and threat to ventilation. Risk for obstruction and atelectasis r/t r
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UCONNNURS 3334Joan KuhnlySpring

NURS 3334- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 187 pages long!)

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Detailed version: g 3 p 2 0 0 2: example, the client presents to the clinic for a pregnancy test. Antenatal assessment: establishing the estimated date
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UCONNNURS 3234Valarie ArtigasFall

NURS 3234- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 308 pages long!)

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UCONNNURS 3220SchrekFall

NURS 3220- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 92 pages long!)

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Definition: complex phenomena of, sensory experiences, emotion, cognition, motivation, subjective, whatever, and whenever the individual says it is (pa
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UCONNNURS 3120Valarie ArtigasSpring

NURS 3120- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 138 pages long!)

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Importance of a health assessment: systematic approach for collecting & analyzing information (data) about the patient/client, then put into electronic
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UCONNNURS 3334Denise BourassaSpring

NURS 3334- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 50 pages long!)

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Physiologic transition from intrauterine to extrauterine life. Separation infant from the placenta/first breath events. What left in the lungs after ex
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UCONNNURS 3554Annette MarucaSpring

NURS 3554- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 79 pages long!)

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Traits of mental wellness: mentally healthy behavior is the ability to. Individual is able to realize his/her own potential. Mental illness: disorders
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UCONNNURS 3120Valerie ArtigasSpring

NURS 3120- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 220 pages long!)

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Systematic approach for collecting & analyzing information (data) about the patient/client. Documentation of data: consistency for identifying plans of
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UCONNNURS 3220Deborah SchreckFall

NURS 3220- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 182 pages long!)

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UCONNNURS 3110Michelle JudgeSpring

NURS 3110- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 180 pages long!)

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Objectives: differentiate between optical methods for visualizing cells and cell structures, distinguish between eukaryotic and prokaryotic cellular st
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UCONNCSE 1010Jeff MeunierFall

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UCONNPSYC 2201John SalamoneSpring

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UCONNBIOL 1107Thomas AbbottSpring

BIOL 1107 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Lactic Acid, Plant Cell, Frontal Bone

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UCONNAH 1100Maryann MorrisSpring

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Medical laboratory sciences: a career in the clinical laboratory. Contribute up to 70% to all medical decisions made by physicians. Modern medicine cou
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UCONNPHYS 1010QBarrett WellsFall

PHYS 1010Q Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Net Force

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UCONNNURS 3120Valarie ArtigasSpring

NURS 3120 Lecture 4: Week 4- HEENT

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(ave there been any changes to : eyes, ears, nose, mouth/throat. Kinds of cancer (illustration of squamous cell carcinoma) Note the most common problem
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UCONNECON 2411hoonsikyangFall

ECON 2411 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Interest Rate Swap, Alan Blinder, Term Auction Facility

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UCONNGSCI 1050Patrick Gonsoulin- GettyFall

GSCI 1050 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Drumlin, Gneiss, Colour Banding

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Instructions to students: prepare your report by providing whatever information is requested in its proper place. Consult you ta if you have questions
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UCONNECON 1201Owen SvalestadFall

ECON 1201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Normal Distribution, Marginal Revenue, Behavioral Economics

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Chapter 1 (least amount of questions, about 2-3) Understand concepts, not memorize will be our unspoken assumptions. Economic problems (how we cope wit
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UCONNPOLS 1602David YalofFall

POLS 1602 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Zero Dark Thirty, French Revolution, Constitutionalism

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SOCI 1001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Commonsense Reasoning

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UCONNWGSS 1105Abbey WillisSpring

WGSS 1105 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Gender Binary, Family Wage, Separate Spheres

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WGSS 1105 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Hookup Culture, Sexual Script Theory, Sexual Objectification

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UCONNWGSS 1105Abbey WillisSpring

WGSS 1105 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Gender Binary, Collective Action

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Gender and gender inequality are impossible to completely avoid (164) Institution- persistent patterns of social interaction aimed at meeting the needs
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UCONNWGSS 1105Abbey WillisSpring

WGSS 1105 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Androcentrism, Cheerleading, Masculinity

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Was masculine then feminine once women began participating in it. Patriarchy- the rule of the father (116) was how the world was for centuries. Men beg
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UCONNNURS 3120Valerie ArtigasSpring

NURS 3120 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-6: Hand Sanitizer, Gastrostomy, Superior Vena Cava

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UCONNWGSS 1105Abbey WillisSpring

WGSS 1105 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Ambivalent Sexism, Blind Experiment

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Women are encouraged to embrace both femininity and masculinity (141) Because of high value of masculine activities, it is seen as obvious that girls w
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UCONNCSE 1010Jeffrey MeunierFall

CSE 1010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1, 3: Hostname, Comma-Separated Values, High-Level Programming Language

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UCONNHDFS 1070Dr Eva S. LefkowitzFall

HDFS 1070 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Phenotype, Chromosome Abnormality, Miscarriage

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UCONNCHEM 1124QEdward NethFall

CHEM 1124Q Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Mercury(Ii) Oxide, Human Eye, Scientific Method

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