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MRUNURS 3102Helena MyllykoskiWinter

[NURS 3102] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes fot the exam (297 pages long!)

Management of patients with chest and lower respiratory tract. Atelectasis refers to closure or collapse of alveoli and often is described in relation
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MRUNURS 3142Pam WudelFall

[NURS 3142] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (95 pages long!)

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MRUNURS 1112Darlene Dawson, Heather Bensler, Shelly Stanhope- GoodmanFall

[NURS 1112] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (61 pages long!)

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Collaborative partnerships: describe the essential ingredients of a collaborative partnership: sharing power, being non-judgemental and accepting, bein
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MRUNURS 1111Lisa Semple, Jocelyn LehmanFall

[NURS 1111] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 46 pages long Study Guide!

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Vocabulary: metaparadigm the knowledge that we need as nurses to do our work, comprised of knowledge that is needed to understand clinical situations,
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MRUNURS 3104helenaFall

NURS 3104 Study Guide - Final Guide: Coronary Occlusion, Coronary Circulation, Unstable Angina

In an mi, an area of the myocardium is permanently destroyed. Mi is usually caused by reduced blood ow in a coronary artery due to rupture of an athero
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MRUNURS 3104helenaFall

NURS 3104 Study Guide - Final Guide: Angina Pectoris, Cardiac Monitoring, Sublingual Administration

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MRUNURS 3104helenaFall

NURS 3104 Study Guide - Final Guide: Unstable Angina, Coronary Circulation, Angina Pectoris

Angina pectoris is a clinical syndrome usually characterized by episodes or paroxysms of pain or pressure in the anterior chest. The cause is insuf cie
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MRUNURS 3104helenaFall

NURS 3104 Study Guide - Final Guide: Calcium Channel Blocker, Angina Pectoris, Ticlopidine

The objectives of the medical management of angina are to decrease the oxygen demand of the myocardium and to increase the oxygen supply. Medically, th
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MRUNURS 3104helenaFall

NURS 3104 Study Guide - Final Guide: Coronary Artery Disease, Coronary Circulation, Hypercholesterolemia

Coronary artery disease (cad) is the most prevalent type of cardiovascular disease in adults. For this reason, it is important for nurses to become fam
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MRUNURS 3104helenaFall

NURS 3104 Study Guide - Final Guide: Hypokalemia, Torsades De Pointes, Cardiac Arrhythmia

Dysrhythmias also referred to as arrhythmias, are disorders of the formation or. Conduction (or both) of the electrical impulse within the heart. Dysrh
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MRUNURS 3104helenaFall

NURS 3104 Study Guide - Final Guide: Ace Inhibitor, Ventricular Tachycardia, Adenosine Triphosphate

Common serum laboratory tests and implications for patients with cardiovascular disease. Low or high serum sodium levels do not directly affect cardiac
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MRUNURS 3104helenaFall

NURS 3104 Study Guide - Final Guide: Low-Density Lipoprotein, Lipoprotein, Cholesterol

Cholesterol, triglycerides, and lipoproteins are measured to evaluate a person"s risk for developing atheroscleroticdisease, especially if there is a f
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