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Tutor profile: Erica L.

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Erica L.
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Subject: Pharmacy

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What is an important vital sign to consider before administering a high potency narcotic, such as morphine, to a patient post-surgery?

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Answer:

Respiratory status. Morphine can lower respiratory rate and have an effect on respiratory status. The most important concept to survival is airway and breathing....if a patient is already struggling to respirate appropriately, it would not be appropriate to give morphine or any other potent opioid.

Subject: Nursing

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What are the five steps of the nursing process in order?

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Answer:

1. Assessment. 2. Diagnosis. 3. Planning. 4. Implementation. 5. Evaluation.

Subject: Anatomy

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How does the blood in the right side of the heart differ from that in the left side?

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The blood in the left side of the heart is considered oxygen-rich, receiving blood after it circulates through the lungs and then pumps the blood to the rest of the body. The right side of the heart is full of oxygen-poor blood from body organs, then returns it to the lungs via the pulmonary artery to become oxygen rich.

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