Add to your bookmark Subscribe to Philippine Nurses feed Add to Del.icio.us StumbleUpon Add to Digg Add to Yahoo Bookmark on Google Add to furl Add to Reddit Add to Blinklist Add to Meneame Add to Fark Add to Ma.golia

Join our Nursing Review Community! Subscribe below. Its Free!

Join NurseReview.Org Community!

Get Connected With Other Nurses All Over The World! Its Free!! Enter your email to receive the Nursing Board Exam NLE Quick Result!

Email:

         Nursing Board Exam Result Subscribers PRC December NLE Quick Results Subscription


NurseReview.Org helps nurses all over the world keep in touch with each other. We provide an interactive environment where nurses can share their experience, ask questions regarding issues, provide assistance, etc.

If you want to be informed through email regarding NLE RESULTS, Nursing News, Retrogression Updates, New Nursing Board Exam Question & Answer, Latest Updates Regarding Nclex, please subscribe to us by filling in your email address above.

NOTE: You email address will be kept private and will not be distributed to spammers.

Sunday, August 12, 2007

Need to memorize for Nclex Online Study Guide

If you're new here, you may want to subscribe to our RSS feed. One advantage of subscribing to RSS feeds is that you don't have to constantly re-visit this site to check for updates within specific sections you might be interested in because your browser or Feed reader will do this for you automatically on a regular basis plus you can even get email notification. Thank you so much. Enjoy!

Tonometry: normal (10-21 mm Hg)

PR Interval: normal (0.12-0.20 seconds)

Serum Amylase: normal (25-151 units/dL)

Serum Ammonia: normal (35 to 65 mcg/dL)

Calcium: adult (8.6-10 mg/dL)
child (8 to 10.5 mg/dL)
term<1week hg =" inadequate">11 mm Hg = too much fluid

Potassium: 3.5-5.0 mEq/L
Sodium: 135-145 mEq/L
Calcium: 4.5-5.2 mEq/L or 8.6-10 mg/dL
Magnesium: 1.5-2.5 mEq/L
Chloride: 96-107 mEq/L
Phosphorus: 2.7 to 4.5 mg/dL

PR measurements: normal (0.12 to 0.20 second)

QRS measurements: normal (0.04 to 0.10 second)

Ammonia: 35 to 65 ug/dL
Amylase:25 to 151 IV/L

Lipase: 10 to 140 U/L

Cholesterol: 140 to 199 mg/dL
LDL: <130>0.1 to 0.2 ng/mL = MI

Erythrocyte studies: 0-30 mm/hour

Serum iron: Male 65-175 ug/dL
Female 50-170 ug/dL

RBC: Male 4.5 to 6.2 M/uL
Female 4.0 to 5.5 M/uL



Theophylline levels normal (10 to 20 mcg/dl)




MOTOR DEVELOPMENT


Chin up
1 month

Chest up
2 month

Knee push and “swim”
6 month

Sits alone/stands with help
7 month

Crawls on stomach
8 month

Stands holding on furniture
10 month

Walks when led
11 month

Stands alone
14 month

Walks alone
15 month


AT THE PLAY GROUND

* Stranger anxiety: 0 -1 year
* Separation anxiety: 1 - 3 years
* Solitary play: 0 – 1 year
* Parallel play: 2 – 3 years
* Group play: 3 – 4 years


PSYCHOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT

AGE
ERIKSON
FREUD
PIAGET
Infant
0 – 1.5
Trust vs. mistrust Oral (trust & dependence
sensorimotor
Toddler
1.5 -3
Autonomy vs. shame Anal (holding vs. letting out)
preoperational
Pre-school
3 - 6
Initiative vs. guilt Phallic (Oedipus complex)
preoperational
School age
6 - 11 Industry vs. inferiority
latency
Concrete operational

11 - 20 Identity vs. role confusion
genital
Formal operational

20 – 25
Intimacy vs. isolation

25 – 50 Generativity vs. stagnation

50 - ?
Integrity vs.despair


LABORATORY VALUES

ELECTROLYTES

Sodium (Na+): 135 – 145 meq/L
(increase-dehydration; decrease overhydration)
Potassium (K+): 3.5 - 5.0 meq/L
Magnesium (Mg++): 1.5 – 2.5 meq/L
Calcium (Ca++): 4.5 – 5.8 meq/L
Neonate : 7.0 to 12 mg/dL
Child: 8.0 to 10.5 mg/dL
Phosphorus (PO4): 1.7 – 2.6 meq/L
Chloride (Cl-): 96 – 106 meq/L

COAGULATION STUDIES

Activated partial thromboplastin time(APTT): 20 – 36 seconds depending on the type of activator used
Prothrombin time(PT): male: 9.6 – 11.8 seconds
Female: 9.5 – 11.3 seconds
International Normalized Ratio(INR): 2.0 - 3.0 for standard Coumadin therapy
3.0 – 4.5 for high-dose Coumadin therapy
Clotting time: 8 – 15 minutes
Platelet count: 150,000 to 400,000 cells/Ul
Bleeding time: 2.5 to 8 minutes

SERUM GASTROINTESTINAL STUDIES

Albumin: 3.4 to 5 g/dL
Alkaline phosphatase: 4.5 to 13 King-Armstrong units/dL
Ammonia: 15 to 45 ug/dL
Amylase: 50 – 180 Somogyi U/dL in adult
20 – 160 Somogyi U/dL in the older adult
Bilirubin: direct: 0 - 0.3 mg/dL
Indirect: 0.1 – 1.0 mg/dL
Total: less than 1.5 mg/dL
Cholesterol: 120 – 200mg/dL
Lipase: 31 -186 U/L
Lipids: 400 – 800 mg/dL
Triclycerides: Normal range: 10 – 190 mg/dL
Borderline high: 200 – 400 mg/dL
High: 400 – 1000mg/dL
Very high: greater than 1000mg.dL
Protien: 6.0 – 8.0 g/L
Uric acid: male: 4.5 – 8 ng/dL
Female: 2.5 – 6.2 ng/dL


GLUCOSE STUDIES

Fasting blood sugar: 70 – 105 mg/dL
Glucose monitoring (capillary Blood): 60 – 110 mg/dL





RENAL FUNCTION TEST

Creatinine: 0.6 – 1.3 mg/dL
Blood urea nitrogen (BUN): 5 – 20 mg/dL

ERYTROCYTES STUDIES

Erytrocyte sedimentation rate(ESR): 0 – 30 mm/hr depending on age
Hemoglobin: male: 14 – 16.5 g/dL
Female: 12 – 15 g/dL
Hematocrit: male: 42% - 52% (increased in hemoconcentration, fluid loss and dehydration)
Female: 35% - 47% ( decreased in fluid retention)
Red blood cell (RBC): male: 4.5 to 6.2 million/uL
Female: 4 to 5.5 million/uL

White blood cell (WBC): 4500 to 11,000/uL
Erytrocyte Protoporthyrin (EP) : <9ug/dl>25 mg/dL

CRANIAL NERVES

MAJOR FUNCTIONS

I. Olfactory (S)
smell

II. Optic (S)
vision

III. Oculomotor (M)
IV. Trochlear (M)
Eye movement

V. Trigeminal (S-M) Facial sensation
Jaw movement

VI. Abducent (M)
Eye movement

VII. Facial (S-M) Taste
Facial expression

VIII. Acoustic (S)
Hearing and balance

IX. Glossopharyngeal (S-M) Taste
Throat sensation
Gag and swallow

X. Vagus (S-M) Gag and swallow
Parasympathetic activity

XI. Spinal Accessory (M) Neck and back muscles

XII. Hypoglossal (M)
Tongue movement

On Old Olympus’ Towering Tops, A Finn And German Viewed Some Hops
Some Says Marry Money, But My Brother Says Bad Business Marry Money

ARTERIAL BLOOD GAS (ABG)

pH: 7.35 – 7.45
PCO2: 35 - 45 mmHg
PO2: 80 - 100 mmHg
HCO3: 22 - 27 mEq/L
O2 saturation: 96% - 100%
Acid-base “RAMS”(Respiratory Alternate, Metabolic Same)

GLASGOW COMA SCALE

Eye opening response
Motor response
Verbal response

AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM

SYMPATHETIC/
ADRENERGIC PARASYMPATHETIC/
CHOLINERGIC

Heart Increased heart rate
Increased conduction
Increased force
Decreased heart rate

Bronchi
dilation
constriction

GI tract
Reduced motility
Increased motility

Rectum
Allows filling Empties rectum
Relaxes internal sphincter

Bladder
Allows filling Empties bladder
Relaxes internal sphincter

Erection
Maintains erection

Ejaculation
Triggers ejaculation

Pupils of eye
Big (mydriasis)
Small (miosis)

Salivary glands
Secretion

Blood vessels Depends on receptors
-a contrict
-b dilates






FLOW OF BLOOD THROUGH THE HEART

Inferior vena cava and superior vena cava – right atrium – tricuspid valve – right ventricle – pulmonic valve – pulmonary artery – lungs – pulmonary veins – left atrium – bicuspid valve (mitral) – left ventricle – aortic valve aorta – systemic circulation

CARDIAC IMPULSES

Sinoatrial (SA) node – right and left atria (atria contract) – atrioventricular (AV) node – bundle his – bundle brabches – purjinje’s fibers – ventricles contract.

Blood volume: 5000mL
Central venous pressure: 4 to 10 cmH2O (increased in cardiac overload; decreased in dehydration)
Pressure within the right atrium: 2 to 7 mmHg
Capillary refill time: <3 gr =" 60" gr =" 300" gr =" 1000mg" gr ="0.4" oz =" 30" dr =" 4" t =" 15" min =" 1" min =" 1mL" min =" 1" dr =" 1" qt =" 1000mL" qt =" 2" pt =" 16" oz =" 1" 2lb =" 1" 8 =" C" 32 =" F" q =" X" factor =" gtt" infuse =" Infusion">25 mg/dL
Urine specific gravity: 1.016 - 1.022 increase in SIADH; decrease in diabetes insipidus
Normal CSF protein: 15 – 45 mg/dL increase in Guillain-Barre syndrome
Normal CSF pressure: 5 – 15 mmHg
Normal serum osmolality: 285 – 295 mOsmlkgH2O increase in dehydration;
Decrease in over hydration
Normal scalp pH: 7.26 and above
Borderline acidosis: 7.20 to 7.25
Acidosis:


Article copyright NurseReview.org - #1 source of information to update nurses all over the world. All rights reserved. No part of an article may be reproduced without the prior permission.




2 comments:

mhadz said...

how can i download the other materials? like notes, etc..

philippine_nurses said...

hi mhadz, please do not download stuff from this website because they are copyrighted. It is strictly prohibited. Thank you so much.


Philippine Nurses in Action

Search for Nursing Jobs Abroad!

Quick Nursing Facts:

NLE Results December 2011 Results

December 2011 Nursing Board Exam Successful Examinees for the December NLE 2011

Nursing Board Exam July 2010 NLE PRC

July 2011 Nursing Board Exam Successful Examinee PRC

List of Successful Examinees for Nursing Licensure Examination July 2011 Conducted by the PRC

We are one of the few websites to post results right after the Philippine Regulatory Board have release the list of successful examinees

Results for July 2011 NLE Board Exam

July 2011 NLE Nursing Licensure Examination Results List Of Passers

Recommended Books

Filipino Nurse del.icio.us Tag Rolls

NursingReview.Org Disclaimer

© 2008-2009 NurseReview.Org This site contains links to other Web sites. The owner of this blog has no control over the content or privacy practices of those sites. The information provided here is for general information purpose only. Comments are moderated. If in any case the owner approves a comment, it should not be taken as an endorsement of that comment. The owner doesn't claim full ownership of all photos or articles posted on this site. If the respective copyright owners wish for their photos or articles to be taken down, feel free to e-mail me and it will be taken down immediately.