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This study guide covers what will be on Exam 3.
These notes cover what we learned in lecture online this week.
This is a solved study guide for the Health Assessment midterm. It covers Module 1: Foundations, Module 2: Vital Signs, Pain, HEENT (Head, Eyes, Ears, Neck, and Thorax), Skin, Hair, and Nails, Module 3: Respiratory System, Module 4: Cardiovascular and Peripheral System.
All the questions on the study guide have been solved.
Nurse’s touch provides interactives that will enhance students’ knowledge, skills, and attitudes with important
topics and scenarios in nursing practice. Each module provides case studies along with a practice and proctored
assessment of content comprehension.
Intro to nursing class
STUDY-GUIDE EXAM 2
The patterns displayed in these notes ACTUALLY helped me remember those development al milestones (up to 12months anyway; I still need to do up to adolescents) And from what I've heard, there are a lot on developmental milestones on the test, along with Erikson's.
To follow the pattern, start by saying the months in each section first (4 months, 5 months, 6 months), followed by reciting the numbers (or words) in the scale I gave you (1, 2, 3).
I used a scale for some of these sections, because as the baby ages, he/she/they gets better at moving his/her/their body.
For example, in Gross Motor Development section, there's a smaller section for "Rolling". Because accoriding to the ATI book, rolling develops between 4 to 6mths.
At 4 months, the baby can only roll on his side. So at 4 months, that's a 1 on a scale of 1 out 3.
At 5 months, the baby can roll from front-to-back. But since he can't roll from the back to front, that's a score of 2 out of 3
At 6 months, the b
This study guide covers what will be on Exam 2.
These notes cover what we learned in lecture on Tuesday.
Concepts that help study and obtain high marks
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These notes are for the chapter 3 test.
Includes how to take a full body assessment of a patient
This are excellent notes to study about Cognitive Bias.
I have attached notes that talk about heuristics, biases and some bias mitigation methods. I have also indicated the links to sources of my materials.
Finally, I have attached the assignment I researched about bias mitigation
Pharmacology final study guide
Esther Park is a 78-year-old Korean woman presenting with abdominal pain in the ED. the abdominal pain is a 6 and described as a constant dull, crampy feeling low low in her abdomen that began as a general discomfort about 5 days ago when the patient states she began having difficulties going to the bathroom and has not had a bowel movement for several days. The pain worsens when she moves around a lot or eats something. The only surgeries she has had is gallbladder removal and C-section, both in her 40s. She takes 10mg of Accupril daily. She has pain in her LLQ of her abdomen when percusses. Upon palpation of the LLQ a firm, oblong mass approximately 2X4cm was noted. Scored Items Experts selected these topics as essential components of a strong, thorough interview with this patient. Patient Data Not scored a combination of open and closed questions will yield better patient data. The following details are facts of the patient's case. History of Presenting Illness ∙ Finding: Establishe
The aim of this module is to introduce the student to the principles and practice of general nursing.
The focus is to provide the student with the necessary knowledge in order to participate in the
delivery of care in the general practice setting. The module is presented in three units of study as
I came up with as many mnemonics as I could (so far) to help remember pediatrics developmental milestones