Hey guys, here is the fundamentals study guide! Its a little late, but I think this material is reasonable and somewhat easier to understand than the previous tests. I will post the not filled out study guide below and the finished one will be in a link at the end. Thanks for reading!
test three study guide
- Crystalloid vs colloid fluids
- Bolus and push are pretty synonymous in this class, how long are they infused over?
- Intermittent infusion is what?
- what are primary and secondary bags used for?
- When do you change the IV line?
- how much does one liter of water weigh
- Normal values for Na, K, Ca, Glu, BUN, creatinine
- when giving a bolus of K what should always be used to set the rate?
- A high/low specific gravity indicates what?
- s/s with fluid volume excess
- s/s with fluid volume deficit
- 8oz of ice is 240ml but ___ml when melted?
- Donor vs autologous blood?
- types of blood products, 4 types?
- which has the biggest volume
- ABO blood typing system and rh factor
- three reactions to blood products?
- Pulmonary embolism s/s
- Sa02 Sp02 and Pa02 definitions
- flow rates range for nasal cannula, and nonrebreather
- what is a yankauer? what level of suction does it use?
- What does VAP stand for?
- Patient satisfaction organizations of management (3)?
Here is the filled out version!