“It’s All About….” Adult Health I Question Set 1. Respiratory. Cardiovascular. Renal. ABGs. Musculoskeletal. Left blank purposely…. Respiratory 1 Discuss the bronchoscopy procedure, including: Prep; Type of anesthesia; What occurs during the procedure; (3) Post-procedure care.
“It’s All About….” Adult Health IQuestion Set 1 Respiratory Cardiovascular Renal ABGs Musculoskeletal
Respiratory 1 Discuss the bronchoscopy procedure, including: Prep; Type of anesthesia; What occurs during the procedure; (3) Post-procedure care.
Respiratory 2 Discuss the peak flow meter. • What does it measure? • What are the various readings? • What patient instructions are appropriate for the various readings?
Respiratory 3 Define corpulmonale. Name assessment findings expected in corpulmonale.
Respiratory 4 What do ‘flat neck veins’ tell us? How would this be recorded?
Respiratory 5 State the normal respiratory rate / range for an adult
Respiratory 6 The patient is breathing at a rate of 48 Breaths per minute. Providing that the individual has a high oxygen level, What would this rate of breathing do to the individual’s pH on the Arterial Blood Gas?
Cardiovascular 1 EKG: *The ‘little squares’ on ekg paper represent What time period? *The ‘big squares’ on ekg paper represent what time period?
Cardiovascular 2 The normal PR Interval (PRI) = ?
Cardiovascular 3 The normal QRS interval = ?
Cardiovascular 4 Discuss P Waves. Criteria for ‘normal.’
Cardiovascular 5 State Modifiable Risk factors for atherosclerosis.
Cardiovascular 6 State non-modifiable risk factors for atherosclerosis
Cardiovascular 7 You see a person laying on the ground, And they are not moving, And appear to be unconscious. What’s the first thing you do?
Cardiovascular 8 The patient is showing fresh signs & symptoms of just having a stroke (CVA). What is the priority nursing assessment?
Cardiovascular 9 The patient is showing fresh signs & symptoms of just having a stroke (CVA). What is the priority nursing intervention?
Cardiovascular 10 What lab data informs us that here has been acute injury to myocardial tissue? (MI) What lab data tell us that the patient either has, or does not have, congestive heart failure?
Cardiovascular 11 What diagnostic test best informs us of the electrical activity, and conductivity of the heart?
Cardiovascular 12 What assessment data tell us whether A medication has been successful at controlling Atrial fibrillation?
Cardiovascular 13 What vital sign assessment data tell us whether a patient’s Fluid volume status is adequate?
Renal 1 Describe what information a ‘Culture & Sensitivity’ (“C&S”) provides us with.