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Respiratory Alkalosis Nursing Management and Interventions

Respiratory Alkalosis

Respiratory Alkalosis is an acid-base imbalance characterized by decreased partial pressure of arterial carbon dioxide and increased blood pH to less than 35 mm Hg, which is due to alveolar hyperventilation.

Antianginal Drugs

Learn about antianginal drugs, nitrates, beta-blockers, and calcium channel blockers in this simplified guide for nursing pharmacology.
Nursing Home Visit

Nursing Home Visit

The home visit is a family-nurse contact which allows the health worker to assess the home and family situations in order to provide the necessary nursing care and health related activities. In performing this activity, it is essential to prepare a plan of visit to meet the needs of the client and achieve the best results of desired outcomes.

Family Nursing Care Plan: Assessment & Diagnoses in Family Nursing Practice

The family nursing process is the same nursing process as applied to the family, the unit of care in the community.
Hair-Care

Hair Care & Combing

Proper hair care and combing can help comfort the patient. Learn how to properly administer hair care.

9 Tips on How To Make a Good SOAPIE

Nurses notes or SOAPIE, SOAP, SOAPIERS, SOI, are like integrated within a nurse's DNA but some of student nurses are still "learning" the right way on how to make a good SOAPIE. This post will give you some tips on how to do so.
Bell's Palsy

Bell’s Palsy

Bell's palsy is a disease of the seventh cranial nerve (facial nerve) that produces unilateral or bilateral facial weakness or paralysis.
Meningitis Nursing Care Management and Study Guide

Meningitis

Meningitis is a clinical syndrome characterized by inflammation of the meninges, the three layers of membranes that enclose the brain and spinal cord.
Adrenergic Antagonists (Sympatholytics) Nursing Pharmacology Study Guides

Adrenergic Antagonists (Sympatholytics)

Adrenergic antagonists are also referred to as sympatholytics because they lyse, or block, the effects of the sympathetic nervous system. They react with specific adrenergic receptor sites without activating them, thus preventing the typical manifestations of SNS activation.
Kawasaki Disease Nursing Care Management: Study Guide

Kawasaki Disease

Kawasaki disease or mucocutaneous lymph node syndrome is an acute, febrile disease that is most often seen in boys younger than 5 years.

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