Review Guide for NUR 106 Final Exam by guy25

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									                       Review Guide for NUR 106 Final Exam
This is a brief guide of the major content areas on the final – it DOES NOT include
everything!! If you have reviewed exams and used your objectives to study, you
should do well on the final.

Know the pathophysiology, diagnostic tests, symptoms and interventions for
osteoarthritis.
Know about indications for and postoperative care of patients after total hip
replacements. Know potential complications and treatment.
Know different types of fractures
Know about care of patient after an amputation
Know about different manifestations of CVAs.
Know about proper care post CVA
Know all about warfarin
Know normal babinski reflex
Know proper care of a patient experiencing a seizure
Know about amyotropic lateral sclerosis
Know proper care of a client with neutropenia and thrombocytopenia
Know about electrolyte imbalances
Know different types of shock
Know the different stages of shock and expected signs
Review appropriate nursing diagnoses for a client in shock
Know about malignant hypothermia
Know proper interventions for a client with hypoxia
Know normal oxygen saturations
Know proper care for a client during and after a myocardial infarction, including
diagnostic tests.
Know patient education for beta blockers and antidysrhythmic
Know pathophysiology, signs, treatment of CHF
Know digoxin toxicity
Know complications of a MI
Know what Buerger-Allen exercises are
Know all about heparin
Know normal hemoglobin, hematocrit, platelet count, WBC and electrolyte values
Know differences between different types of anemia
Know signs and treatment for hypertensive crisis
Know diagnostics tests and treatment of tuberculosis
Know the different types of medications used in treatment of asthma, COPD and
tuberculosis
Know what dumping syndrome is, what causes it and ways to prevent it
Know complications of a liver biopsy and ways to prevent them
Know about adrenal crisis and Cushing’s syndrome
Know signs and symptoms of hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism

								
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