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OXYGENATION Human need Focus carolyn frye-shegog
DRUG CLASSIFICATIONS DESCRIBE THE NURSING CONSIDERATIONS ASSOCIATED WITH THE FOLLOWING DRUG CLASSIFICATIONS: ANTITUSSIVES ANTIBIOTICS TETRACYCLINES ERYTHROMYCINS PENICILLINS
DRUG CLASSIFICATIONS CON’T. CEPHALOSPORINS AMINOGLYCOSIDES BRONCHODILATORS ANTI-INFLAMMATORY DRUGS LEUKOTREINE INHIBITOR EXPECTORANTS ANTI-TUBERCULIN DRUGS MAST CELL STABILIZERS ANTICHOLINERGICS MUCOLYTICS STEROIDS
IDENTIFY: Expected outcomes Common side effects of drugs Discuss: nursing implications interventions appropriate client teaching
Factors and complications related to tobacco use
STRUCTURES AND FUNCTIONS UPPER RESPIRATORY TRACT LOWER RESPIRATORY TRACT
DESCRIBE: PROCESS THAT INITIATES AND CONTROLS INSPIRATION AND EXPIRATION PROCESS OF GAS DIFFUSION WITHIN THE LUNGS
IDENTIFY THE RESPIRATORY DEFENSE MECHANISMS
DESCRIBE THE SIGNIFICANCE OF ARTERIAL BLOOD GAS VALUES AND THE OXYHEMOGLOBIN DISSOCIATION CURVE IN RELATION TO RESPIRATORY FUNCTION
IDENTIFY THE RESPIRATORY DEFENSE MECHANISMS
ARTERIAL BLOOD GAS VALUES Describe the significance of arterial blood gas values and the oxyhemoglobin dissociation curve in relation to respiratory function
Signs and Symptoms Identify signs and symptoms of inadequate oxygenation and the implications of these findings
AGE RELATED CHANGES Describe age related changes in the respiratory system and differences in assessment findings
ASSESSMENT DATA Identify significant subjective and objective assessment data related to the respiratory system that should be obtained from a patient.
Describe the techniques used in physical assessment of the respiratory system
Normal / Common Abnormal Differentiate normal from common abnormal findings in a physical assessment of the respiratory system
DIAGNOSTIC STUDES OF THE RESPIRATORY SYSTEM PURPOSE SIGNIFICANCE OF RESULTS NURSING RESPONSIVILITIES RELATED TO DIAGNOSTIC STUDIES OF THE RESPIRATORY SYSTEM
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Copyright © 2011 Wolters Kluwer Health | Lippincott Williams & Wilkins Chapter 18Thorax and Lungs Assessment.
Transport of gases in the blood. Gas exchange between the alveolar air and the blood in pulmonary capillaries results in an increased oxygen concentration.
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RESPIRATORY SYSTEM CHAPTER 16 Objectives: 11.0 Identify structures and functions of the respiratory system Tracing the pathway of the oxygen and.
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