Four steps to an assessment includes visualize, auscultate, and
What are palpate and percussion?
This is the first tier precaution for health care workers to use when caring for patients
What is Standard precautions?
1 gram is equal to how many milligrams
What is 1000mg?
What is Level of consciousness? (use)
Blood pH range
What is 7.35 - 7.45?
When auscultating bowel sounds, at minimal how long do you listen per quadrant
What is at least 1 minutes?
7 y/o girl admitted with measles is placed on this type of precaution?
What is standard and Airborne Precautions?
45ml is equal to how many tablespoons
What is 3 tablespoon?
U or u
What is Unit? Do not use
Normal qualalitative protein level in urine
What is negative or zero?
When performing eye assessment used the following acronym to document findings PERRLA which stands for?
What is Pupils equal, round, reactive to light and accommodation
21 y/o with scabies is placed in these precautions
What is standard and Contact Precaution?
Your patient consume 1 cup of broth? How many mL do you record for intake?
What is 240mL?
What is daily? Do not use
Normal adult platelets count
What is 150,000-400,000
Tachycardia in an adult is a pulse faster than how many beats per minute
What is 100?
Type of mask(s) worn by active TB patient and staff enroute to Radiology
What is a surgical mask for TB patient and staff does not wear mask?
You adult patient is 188 pounds, what is weight in pound?
What is 86.5?
Hemoglobin range for females
What is 12.0-16.0?
This scale is a standardized, objective measurement of the level of consciousness
What is Glasgow Coma Scale?
Patients on Droplet Precaution must be separated by how many feet
What is at least 3 feet?
Infant is 20 inches in length. How many centimeters is this infant?
What is 50.8 centimeters?
What is pupils equal, round, and reactive to light and accommodation?
What is 35-45?
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