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Frandsen & Pennington: Abrams' Clinical Drug Therapy: Rationales for Nursing Practice, Eleventh ...
Frandsen & Pennington: Abrams' Clinical Drug Therapy: Rationales for Nursing Practice, Eleventh ...
Textbook Title: Frandsen & Pennington: Abrams' Clinical Drug Therapy: Rationales for Nursing Practice, Eleventh Edit

Author(s): Geralyn Frandsen; Sandra S. Pennington

Publisher: - - -

Edition: 11th

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Study Resources and Test-Banks   zclark571   103   bio_man   2 months ago
Is the gender wage gap legitimate?
Is the gender wage gap legitimate?
Everyday we're fed ideas of people being paid unfairly due to their gender. That is, a woman with the same amount of work experience as a man working x job will be offered less than her male counterpart. Do you believe the studies that suggest this to be true based on YOUR experience. Or could it be a feminist ploy to to fuel their victim complex?
Off-Topic Room   tlc_71111   1732   2   bolbol   2 months ago
Nutrition for Healthy Living - [Emergency]
Nutrition for Healthy Living - [Emergency]
Textbook Title: Nutrition for Healthy Living

Author(s): Wendy Schiff

Publisher: McGraw Hill

Edition: Fourth

Willing to Pay: ?

Extra Information: - - -

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Test-Bank and Note Requests   nancyb110   81   2 months ago
AP Biology - [High]
AP Biology - [High]
Textbook Title: AP Biology

Author(s): Campbell & Reese

Publisher: - - -

Edition: 7th

Willing to Pay: $10

Extra Information: Chapters 9 and 10

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Test-Bank and Note Requests   DrSeymour1974   80   biolove   2 months ago
[Free] Organic chemistry 11th edition Solomons Test bank
[Free] Organic chemistry 11th edition Solomons Test bank
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Study Resources and Test-Banks   jfire1990   3939   6   biolove   2 months ago
Lippincott pharmacology sixth edition - [Emergency]
Lippincott pharmacology sixth edition - [Emergency]
Textbook Title: Lippincott pharmacology sixth edition

Author(s): Karen Whalen

Publisher: - - -

Edition: - - -

Willing to Pay: 50

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Test-Bank and Note Requests   Cbear2   89   2 months ago
Lippincott pharmacology sixth edition - [Low]
Lippincott pharmacology sixth edition - [Low]
Textbook Title: Lippincott pharmacology sixth edition

Author(s): Karen whalen

Publisher: - - -

Edition: - - -

Willing to Pay: $25

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Test-Bank and Note Requests   Cbear2   85   2 months ago
Chapter 10: Basic Pharmacology for Nurses, 16th Edition Test bank
Chapter 10: Basic Pharmacology for Nurses, 16th Edition Test bank
Chapter 10: Parenteral Administration: Safe Preparation of Parenteral Medications

Test Bank

MULTIPLE CHOICE

1. Which part of the syringe contains the calibrations for drug volume measurement?

a.

Plunger

b.

Tip

c.

Luer Lok

d.

Barrel

ANS: D

The
Free Notes   homework1   64   2 months ago
Chapter 9: Basic Pharmacology for Nurses, 16th Edition Test bank
Chapter 9: Basic Pharmacology for Nurses, 16th Edition Test bank
Chapter 9: Enteral Administration

Test Bank

MULTIPLE CHOICE

1. In which position would the nurse place a patient before the administration of an enteral feeding?

a.

Supine

b.

Semi-Fowlers

c.

Left lateral

d.

Prone

ANS: B

To facilitate gastric
Free Notes   homework1   48   2 months ago
Chapter 8: Basic Pharmacology for Nurses, 16th Edition Test bank
Chapter 8: Basic Pharmacology for Nurses, 16th Edition Test bank
Chapter 8: Percutaneous Administration

Test Bank

MULTIPLE CHOICE

1. A patient has an infected wound with large amounts of drainage. Which type of dressing would the nurse use?

a.

Telfa

b.

OpSite

c.

DuoDerm

d.

AlgiDERM

ANS: D

AlgiDERM is manuf
Free Notes   homework1   54   2 months ago
Chapter 7: Basic Pharmacology for Nurses, 16th Edition Test bank
Chapter 7: Basic Pharmacology for Nurses, 16th Edition Test bank
Chapter 7: Principles of Medication Administration and Medication Safety

Test Bank

MULTIPLE CHOICE

1. Where would the procedures and treatments directed by the health care provider be found?

a.

Summary sheet

b.

Physicians order form

c.

Physicians progress notes

d.
Free Notes   homework1   59   2 months ago
Chapter 6: Basic Pharmacology for Nurses, 16th Edition Test bank
Chapter 6: Basic Pharmacology for Nurses, 16th Edition Test bank
Chapter 6: A Review of Arithmetic

Test Bank

MULTIPLE CHOICE

1. Which medication consists of a liquid solvent that contains one or more dissolved substances?

a.

Emulsion

b.

Precipitate

c.

Aliquot

d.

Intravenous (IV) solution

ANS: D

IV solution
Free Notes   homework1   58   2 months ago
Chapter 5: Basic Pharmacology for Nurses, 16th Edition Test bank
Chapter 5: Basic Pharmacology for Nurses, 16th Edition Test bank
Chapter 5: Patient Education to Promote Health

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MULTIPLE CHOICE

1. The nurse is educating a 13-year-old boy newly diagnosed with diabetes and his parents about diet and glucose monitoring. Which domain of learning is represented when the patient expresses concern about feeling different from his peers?

a.

Cognitive
Free Notes   homework1   45   2 months ago
Chapter 4: Basic Pharmacology for Nurses, 16th Edition Test bank
Chapter 4: Basic Pharmacology for Nurses, 16th Edition Test bank
Chapter 4: The Nursing Process and Pharmacology

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MULTIPLE CHOICE

1. What is the primary purpose of the nursing assessment?

a.

Identifying underlying pathologic conditions

b.

Assisting the physician in identifying medical conditions

c.

Determining the patients mental status
Free Notes   homework1   47   2 months ago
Chapter 3: Basic Pharmacology for Nurses, 16th Edition Test bank
Chapter 3: Basic Pharmacology for Nurses, 16th Edition Test bank
Chapter 3: Drug Action Across the Life Span

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MULTIPLE CHOICE

1. What time will the trough blood level need to be drawn if the nurse administers the intravenous medication dose at 9:00 AM?

a.

6:30 AM

b.

8:30 AM

c.

9:30 AM

d.

11:30 AM

ANS: B
Free Notes   homework1   72   2 months ago
Chapter 2: Basic Pharmacology for Nurses, 16th Edition Test bank
Chapter 2: Basic Pharmacology for Nurses, 16th Edition Test bank
Chapter 2: Basic Principles of Drug Action and Drug Interactions

Test Bank

MULTIPLE CHOICE

1. The nurse assesses hives in a patient started on a new medication. What is the nurses priority action?

a.

Notify physician of allergic reaction.

b.

Notify physician of idiosyncratic reaction.

c.
Free Notes   homework1   50   2 months ago
Chapter 1: Basic Pharmacology for Nurses, 16th Edition Test bank
Chapter 1: Basic Pharmacology for Nurses, 16th Edition Test bank
Chapter 1: Drug Definitions, Standards, and Information Sources

Test Bank

MULTIPLE CHOICE

1. What is the name under which a drug is listed by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)?

a.

Brand

b.

Nonproprietary

c.

Official

d.

Trademark

ANS: C
Free Notes   homework1   51   2 months ago
[Free] - Chapter 16 - Womble: Introductory Mental Health Nursing 2nd Edition
[Free] - Chapter 16 - Womble: Introductory Mental Health Nursing 2nd Edition
1.

A 12-year-old girl is brought to the pediatrician for her annual physical examination. The nurse notes that the girl has lost 15 pounds over the past 6 months when she was last seen for bronchitis. The nurse asks the child if she has been dieting and the girl proudly responds yes. What would the nurse suspect of this child?
A)   She has anorexia nervosa, restricting
Free Notes   homework1   60   2 months ago
[Free] - Chapter 15 - Womble: Introductory Mental Health Nursing 2nd Edition
[Free] - Chapter 15 - Womble: Introductory Mental Health Nursing 2nd Edition
1.

A client calls the mental health clinic and asks to speak with the nurse. The client explains that he or she has recently been diagnosed with a substance problem and the way it was explained is that it has dependence. The client asks if the nurse can explain what that means. What should be the nurses response?
A)   Substance dependence means physiologic and psycholo
Free Notes   homework1   49   2 months ago
[Free] - Chapter 17 - Womble: Introductory Mental Health Nursing 2nd Edition
[Free] - Chapter 17 - Womble: Introductory Mental Health Nursing 2nd Edition
1.

The definition of sexuality includes the blend of what? (Mark all that apply.)
A)   Psychologic functioning
B)   Chemical functioning
C)   Interpersonal functioning
D)   Genetic functioning
E)   Physical functioning
2.

The school nurse is presenting a class on sexual health for the 8th grade students at the middle school. How would the nu
Free Notes   homework1   56   2 months ago
[Free] - Chapter 18 - Womble: Introductory Mental Health Nursing 2nd Edition
[Free] - Chapter 18 - Womble: Introductory Mental Health Nursing 2nd Edition
1.

Which of the following signs and symptoms would be inconsistent with the diagnosis of dyslexia?
A)   Low self-esteem
B)   Adequate social skills
C)   Delayed language development
D)   Discouragement
2.

A parent comes to the health clinic with her child. The mother states, Emily doesnt want to be held. She starts rocking and banging her head
Free Notes   homework1   60   2 months ago
[Free] - Chapter 19 - Womble: Introductory Mental Health Nursing 2nd Edition
[Free] - Chapter 19 - Womble: Introductory Mental Health Nursing 2nd Edition
1.

A patient diagnosed with Alzheimers disease is having difficulty finding the right words when communicating. This difficulty would be described as which of the following?
A)   Agnosia
B)   Apraxia
C)   Amnesia
D)   Anomia
2.

Which of the following would be inconsistent as a diagnostic manifestation of Alzheimers disease?
A)   Neurofibrill
Free Notes   homework1   49   2 months ago
[Free] - Chapter 14 - Womble: Introductory Mental Health Nursing 2nd Edition
[Free] - Chapter 14 - Womble: Introductory Mental Health Nursing 2nd Edition
1.

A client is brought to the emergency department by her spouse. The spouse tells the nurse that when they woke up that morning, his wife did not know who she was. The nurse knows that a differential diagnosis for this client would be what?
A)   Dissociative disorder
B)   Trauma-induced amnesia
C)   Intracranial bleed
D)   Conversion disorder
2.
Free Notes   homework1   57   2 months ago
[Free] - Chapter 13 - Womble: Introductory Mental Health Nursing 2nd Edition
[Free] - Chapter 13 - Womble: Introductory Mental Health Nursing 2nd Edition
1.

The term used to explain physical complaints and symptoms that are expressed because of psychologic stress is what?
A)   Hysteria
B)   Somatization
C)   Psychophysiologic
D)   Somatoform
2.

A 36-year-old male comes to the clinic complaining of severe headaches. After assessing the client and reviewing test results, the physician finds no phy
Free Notes   homework1   51   2 months ago
[Free] - Chapter 12 - Womble: Introductory Mental Health Nursing 2nd Edition
[Free] - Chapter 12 - Womble: Introductory Mental Health Nursing 2nd Edition
1.

The nurse is caring for a client who is exhibiting manipulative behaviors. The nurse would be correct in implementing which of the following?
A)   Allowing for expression of feelings by the client
B)   Negative reinforcement
C)   Limit setting
D)   Emphasis-guided imagery
2.

The nurse is interviewing a client diagnosed with avoidant personal
Free Notes   homework1   57   2 months ago
[Free] - Chapter 11 - Womble: Introductory Mental Health Nursing 2nd Edition
[Free] - Chapter 11 - Womble: Introductory Mental Health Nursing 2nd Edition
Free Notes   homework1   49   2 months ago
[Free] - Chapter 10 - Womble: Introductory Mental Health Nursing 2nd Edition
[Free] - Chapter 10 - Womble: Introductory Mental Health Nursing 2nd Edition
1.

A client is receiving lithium carbonate. Which of the following is a therapeutic blood level for lithium?
A)   0.2 mEq/L
B)   0.4 mEq/L
C)   1.0 mEq/L
D)   1.4 mEq/L
2.

A client diagnosed with bipolar disorder is verbalizing, The mare, doesnt care, over there, if you dare, anywhere. This is an example of which type of thought pattern?
A
Free Notes   homework1   51   2 months ago
[Free] - Chapter 09 - Womble: Introductory Mental Health Nursing 2nd Edition
[Free] - Chapter 09 - Womble: Introductory Mental Health Nursing 2nd Edition
1.

A client has been diagnosed with obsessive-compulsive anxiety disorder. The nurse would expect to find which of the following clinical manifestations?
A)   Avoidance
B)   Persistent unwanted thoughts
C)   Feeling of suffocation
D)   Flashbacks
2.

A client becomes very anxious when riding in an elevator, which is going to the 12th floor. This
Free Notes   homework1   53   2 months ago
[Free] - Chapter 08 - Womble: Introductory Mental Health Nursing 2nd Edition
[Free] - Chapter 08 - Womble: Introductory Mental Health Nursing 2nd Edition
1.

The nurse is explaining roles and boundaries to a newly admitted patient. These actions are part of which phase of the therapeutic relationship?
A)   Preinteraction
B)   Orientation
C)   Working
D)   Termination
2.

The nurse is assisting the client to overcome his fear of public places. The nurse and the client are in which of the following
Free Notes   bio_man   51   2 months ago
[Free] - Chapter 07 - Womble: Introductory Mental Health Nursing 2nd Edition
[Free] - Chapter 07 - Womble: Introductory Mental Health Nursing 2nd Edition
1.

The nurse states, You need to take a walk. The client responds with walk, walk, walk. This is an example of which speech pattern?
A)   Flight of ideas
B)   Echolalia
C)   Neologism
D)   Loose association
2.

A nurse is initiating a conversation with a client diagnosed with bipolar disorder. Which of the following is an example of a barrier to
Free Notes   homework1   51   2 months ago
[Free] - Chapter 06 - Womble: Introductory Mental Health Nursing 2nd Edition
[Free] - Chapter 06 - Womble: Introductory Mental Health Nursing 2nd Edition
1.

A nurse is teaching nursing students about the nursing process. Which of the following is a true statement regarding a nursing diagnosis?
A)   It is synonymous with a medical diagnosis.
B)   It is considered the first step in the nursing process.
C)   It only incorporates actual client problems.
D)   It is the identification of a client problem based on con
Free Notes   homework1   61   2 months ago
[Free] - Chapter 05 - Womble: Introductory Mental Health Nursing 2nd Edition
[Free] - Chapter 05 - Womble: Introductory Mental Health Nursing 2nd Edition
1.

The nurse has been assigned to a client diagnosed with depression. Which neurotransmitter has been implicated in depression?
A)   Dopamine
B)   Acetylcholine
C)   Serotonin
D)   GABA (gamma-aminobutyric acid)
2.

A nurse is completing discharge teaching to a client diagnosed with an anxiety disorder who has been prescribed diazepam (Valium).
Free Notes   homework1   44   2 months ago
[Free] - Chapter 04 - Womble: Introductory Mental Health Nursing 2nd Edition
[Free] - Chapter 04 - Womble: Introductory Mental Health Nursing 2nd Edition
1.

A client is admitted to the mental health unit with a diagnosis of bipolar disorder. What is the aim of this clients treatment?
A)   To allow the client to live and function in society with improved personal and interpersonal skills
B)   To allow the client to become successful in society
C)   To allow the client to mentally even out
D)   To allow the clien
Free Notes   homework1   62   2 months ago
[Free] - Chapter 03 - Womble: Introductory Mental Health Nursing 2nd Edition
[Free] - Chapter 03 - Womble: Introductory Mental Health Nursing 2nd Edition
1.

Who was the first nurse trained in mental health nursing in the United States?
A)   Florence Nightingale
B)   Linda Richards
C)   Harriet Bailey
D)   Dorothea Dix
2.

A 19th century school teacher worked to expose the conditions of patients with mental problems. Because of this person, mental hospitals that had standards of care were construc
Free Notes   homework1   51   2 months ago
[Free] - Chapter 02- Womble: Introductory Mental Health Nursing 2nd Edition
[Free] - Chapter 02- Womble: Introductory Mental Health Nursing 2nd Edition
1.

A nurse researcher is conducting a study on how a mother perceives her infant at the age of 4 months. The researcher is asking the mother to identify general prominent features, some of which are seen in all the infants behavior patterns and are most often used as descriptors of the infant. What is the best term for these features?
A)   Personality traits
B)   Se
Free Notes   homework1   58   2 months ago
[Free] - Chapter 01- Womble: Introductory Mental Health Nursing 2nd Edition
[Free] - Chapter 01- Womble: Introductory Mental Health Nursing 2nd Edition
1.

When studying mental health and mental illness, the student nurse learns that which of the following is evidence of our mental health?
A)   Our ability to function well with others
B)   Our ability to defend what we believe
C)   Our ability to perform demanding tasks on the job
D)   Our ability to defend those weaker than we are
2.

A mental
Free Notes   homework1   48   2 months ago
Anyone know of experimental TERT gene therapy trials on humans?
Anyone know of experimental TERT gene therapy trials on humans?
I'd like to be a test subject for TERT-based gene therapy for telomerase augmenting and anti or reverse senescence. I am willing to be a test subject for free, provided the experiment is mostly safe -- the greater the risk the more money I'd want.

I basically want to enroll myself in these trials while they're fresh so that I can benefit from these technolo
Off-Topic Room   Shoogar   89   2 months ago
Metabolic Activity of Probiotic Bacteria in the Human Gut
Metabolic Activity of Probiotic Bacteria in the Human Gut
How does the environment of the human gut affect the metabolic activity of probiotic bacteria?  I would like to understand this ecologically and chemically.
Off-Topic Room   Andrew Purvis   382   3   bio_man   2 months ago
What materials offer top 3 Shielding efficiency on mobile signal?
What materials offer top 3 Shielding efficiency on mobile signal?
I would like to know on following issues for blocking RF

For 4G, the frequency 2.3 - 2.6 GHz being used on mobile phone
Based on what materials offer top 3 Shielding efficiency on mobile signal?

 High Performance Copper Shielding Fabric
>60db attenuation in 10MHz-3GHz

Does anyone have any suggestions?
Thanks in advance for any sugg
News Articles and Discussion   oem7110   135   5   bio_man   3 months ago
What is wrong with this theory?
What is wrong with this theory?
What is wrong with my theory:
 
Quercetin is an antioxidant. It neutralizes free radicals. While doing so this, Quercetin converts into a radical molecule. For example, it neutralizes 4 radical molecules and becomes a radical molecule with 4 radicals.

Then it sticks to DNA (covalent binding). Because there is no water present there, it stays a radical molecule.
News Articles and Discussion   schang1984   183   12   duddy   3 months ago
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