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NUR 2356 / NUR2356 Multidimensional Care I Final exam Review / MDC I Final Exam | Highly Rated, Guide| Latest 2020 / 2021 | Rasmussen College 1. Place in order the wound healing process. - Hemo... stasis - Inflammation - Proliferate - Maturation 2. glaucoma caused by - increased intraocular pressure in a hollow organ (normal ICP 20mmHg) 3. normal skin findings - Intact - Warm - Moist - Smooth - Soft - Sebum= fatty secretion of the sebaceous glands of the skin - Elastic - Firm 4. What fracture is complete with injury to the skin? - Open. 5. What is an example of a laceration? - Skin tear 6. primary healing - small, clean wound 7. First intention healing - reparative process when wound edges are directly next to one another- edges are well approximated 8. Cataract symptoms - -Cloudy or blurry vision - -Colors seem faded - -Glare - -Poor night vision - -Double vision or multiple images -Frequent prescription changes in lenses 9. Infection Types - Bacteria (single cell microorganisms i.e. strep, bacterial uti, e.coli, salmonella), - Virus (viral infection by tiny infectious organisms smaller than bacteria, i.e cold, chickenpox, measles), - Fungi (found in the environment like moist areas - ex. Are yeast and mold like yeast infection, thrush, athletes foot), - Protozoa - Helminths. 10. Cast care - don't cover until dry, - handle with palms of hands, - don't rest on hard surfaces, - keep above level of heart, - check pulses, color, sensation. - Complication of cast is numbness, tingling, no pulses, bluish color of the skin 11. Home Safety (Infant) - Risk for poisoning, - carbon monoxide, - burns, - drowning, - suffocation/ smother is the leading cause of death by suffocation in infants. 12. never events - Serious but preventable errors that should never occur 13. Fall Risk - Most reported- high risk is poor vision, cognitively impaired, weak, dizzy, drowsy. - Morse Fall Risk/ Scale- lower the number the less the risk of falling. o Handrails in bathrooms, ramp instead of stairs, wear rubber sole shoes, avoid scatter rugs, prevent clutter, avoid slippery floors. 14. The nurse should suspect ACS (acute compartment syndrome) when the patient complains of _______________. - Rapid, - discoloration, - pain worse than that of the fracture, - weak pulse, and [Show More]

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