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Nursing Care Plan For Depression and Anxiety

Learning Outcomes in Nursing Care Plan For Depression and Anxiety In a nursing care plan for depression and anxiety, we’ll learn the following things. Types of anxiety disorders Nursing panic disorder Slow breathing exercises Nursing obsessive-compulsive disorder Signs and Symptoms Three types of signs and symptoms are associated with anxiety patients.These include, physical, emotional and…
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Preload And Afterload

Preload Preload is also called as the left ventricular end diastolic pressure is the amount of stretch of the ventricle at the end of diastole. Preload is the volume of blood left at the end of diastole and it stretches the LV to its maximum under normal physiological conditions. You can relate it to a…
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Nursing Interview Questions

Q-1. What experience do you have in this nursing field? This is the time to tell the interviewer about all the experiences you might have. relevant to the position. You need to be very specific. Talk about your nursing school, previous job experiences you might have, or any prior life experience that has helped you…
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Neurogenic Shock

Definition of Neurogenic Shock Neurogenic shock is a serious life-threatening condition that is being caused by some irregular blood circulation in our body. Injury or trauma to the spinal cord can cause neurogenic shock. It usually occurs due to damage to the CNS such as injury to our spinal cord. Signs and Symptoms Extreme back…
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Frank Starling Law

Frank Starling Law states that the stroke volume and cardiac output occur in response to an increase in venous return or end diastolic volume.  It is based on length-tension relationship in the ventricle. Increase in end diastolic volume causes an increase in ventricular fiber length, which produces an increase in developed tension. It is a…
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Cardiac Action Potential

The RMP (Resting membrane potential) is determined by the conductance to potassium ions. because Basic Terminologies Depolarization It is caused by the movement of positive ions into the cardiac cell. Or inward current that brings positive charge/ions into the cell and causes depolarization of the cell membrane. Repolarizatoin It is caused by the movement of…
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Ineffective Breathing Pattern

INTRODUCTION: Ineffective Breathing Pattern, which is defined asinspiration and/or expiration that does not provide adequateventilation. Children are more susceptible to severe respiratory problems and it is observed that in these cases, Ineffective Breathing Pattern is of the ten present. Furthermore, respiratory diseases are present the first cause of hospitalizations in the Unified Health System and…
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Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy

Benign prostatic hypertrophy, also known as BPH is a slow enlargement of the prostate gland, with hypertrophy and hyperplasia of the normal tissue. The enlargement causes narrowing of the urethra and results in partial or complete obstruction. The cause is unknown, and the disorder usually occurs in men older than 50 years. Causes Because the…
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Stages of Shock

Stages of shock are charachterized as follows: An initial non-progressive stage A progressive stage An irreversible stage Stages of Shock Non Progressive Stage It involved the following compensatory mechanisms. Baroreceptor reflexes – Which results in sympathetic stimulation of the circulation Central nervous system ischemic response – Not activated significantly until the arterial pressure falls below 50…
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Denver School of Nursing

Denver School of Nursing Prerequisites Denver school of nursing offers the following courses. Bachelor of Science in Nursing Completion Option Bachelor of Science in Nursing RN to BSN Option Associate Degree in Nursing Program Master’s Degree in Nursing Program Are you a student nurse, registered nurse or nurse practitioner? Do you want to master medical…
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