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MUNNURS 2004R.CrossmanWinter

NURS 2004 Chapter Notes - Chapter 24: Anticonvulsant, Leukopenia, Warfarin

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Simple partial- no loss of conciousness, lasts 20-60 seconds. Complex partial- loss of conciousness (and responsiveness), lasts 45 to 90 seconds. Secon
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NURS 2004 Chapter Notes - Chapter 21: Tachycardia, Amantadine, Melanoma

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Parkinson"s disease is a progressive disorder with four cardinal features: bradykinesia (slow movements), tremor at rest, muscle rigidity (inflexibilit
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NURS 2004 Chapter Notes - Chapter 44: Quinapril, Coronary Artery Disease, Cutaneous Condition

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Chapter 44 drugs acting on the raa system nursing implications. Unless indicated otherwise, the implications summarized below pertain to all of the ace
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NURS 2004 Chapter Notes - Chapter 41: Foley Catheter, Furosemide, Respiratory Sounds

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Baseline data: for all patients, obtain baselines values for weight, bp (sitting and supine), pulse, respiration, and electrolytes (sodium, potassium,
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NURS 2004 Chapter Notes - Chapter 45: Atropine, Qt Interval, Atrial Fibrillation

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Chapter 45 calcium channel blockers nursing implications. Therapeutic goal: verapamil and diltiazem are indicated for hypertension, angina pectoris, an
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NURS 2004 Chapter Notes - Chapter 103: Sertraline, Hyperkalemia, Tumor Lysis Syndrome

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Nearly all the anti-cancer drugs discussed are cell-cycle phase nonspecific, different than that of. Nearly all of the drugs discussed lack the charact
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NURS 2004 Chapter Notes - Chapter 78: Ketoconazole, Aspiration Pneumonia, Phenytoin

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Peptic ulcer disease (pud) refers to a group of upper gastrointestinal (gi) disorders characterized by varying degrees of erosion of the gut wall. Ulce
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NURS 2004 Chapter Notes - Chapter 101: Drug Resistance, Hyperuricemia, Blister Agent

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The term cancer refers to a single disorder, but rather to a large group of disorders that differ with respect to clinical presentation, aggressiveness
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NURS 2004 Chapter Notes - Chapter 76: Mometasone Furoate, Contraindication, Nebulizer

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Chapter 76 drugs for asthma and copd nursing implications. Therapeutic goal: glucocorticoids are used on a fixed schedule to suppress inflammation. The
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MUNNURS 2004R.CrossmanWinter

NURS 2004 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Kernicterus, Pharmacokinetics, Renal Physiology

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Patients who are very young respond differently to drugs than do the rest of the population. Drug sensitivity in the very young is largely linked to or
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NURS 2004 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Salbutamol, Sodium Bicarbonate, Vomiting

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Occurs anytime a patient takes more than two drugs. Some drug interactions are desired and intended as we use multiple drugs to treat one disorder (hyp
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NURS 2004 Chapter Notes - Chapter 50: Hiv-1 Protease, Pravastatin, Impaired Glucose Tolerance

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Chapter 50 prophylaxis of atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease . Implications that apply to all drugs that lower ldl cholestorol. Identifying ascvd r
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