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Place the end of the chest tube in a container of sterile saline so that air cannot enter the tube. If air enters the chest tube the patient is under a mandatory risk of respiratory distress and the patient can lose his/her life. The sterile saline solution lacks air bubbles and the patient...Read More

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Defibrillation is a method used when a person undergoing a cardiac arrest experiences Ventricular Fibrillation. It involves giving a minor electric shock to the patient by placing two pads, one above the right nipple and the other below the heart on the left roughly diagonal to each...Read More

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The hyperventilating and hyperoxygenation a patient will prevent cardiac arrhythmias. This is done because the removal of oxygen lowers the pressure of arterial oxygen which can cause cardiac arrhythmia. Subcutaneous emphysema isn't a problem that is associated with suctioning but occurs when...Read More

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The correct answer to this question is that the nurse should perform auscultation on the patient. Auscultation is a procedure which involves listening to the sounds of the body. The sounds listened to are internal. A stethoscope is used to listen to these sounds. The purpose of listening to...Read More

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Theophylline has had two primary indications: as a bronchodilator for patients with asthma or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and as an agent to treat apnea and bradycardia in premature newborns. Gastrointestinal toxicity of anti-inflammatory drugs. Statins for Primary Prevention of...Read More

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Cystic fibrosis is a disorder that is acquired through genetics. This means that this disorder is passed down from the person’s mother or father. It affects several different organs in the body from someone who has cystic fibrosis. It can hurt the lungs, kidneys, intestines and live...Read More

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The most common invaders of the nasopharynx are viruses. The pharynx is a part of the throat which lays behind the nasal cavity and the mouth. It is above the larynx and the esophagus. Even though the structure of pharynx is not the same among the invertebrates and the vertebrates, it is found...Read More

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Your kidney blood passes through about 425 gallons or 1609 liters each day.

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Option D - A drop in the client's heart rate is correct. This what the nurse should expect as the vasovagal response. Stimulation of the vague nerve in the pharynx causes the vasovagal response. Stimulation of the vague nerve is known to cause parasympathetic responses in certain parts of...Read More

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