The nurse is taking the initial history and vital signs of a patient with fatigue. The nurse notes a regular apical pulse of 130 beats/min. Which contributing factors does the nurse assess for? (Select all apply.) a. Anxiety or stress b. Fever c. Hypovolemia d. Anemia or hypoxemia e . Hypothyroidism f. Constipation
The answers are a, b, c, d.
What are some examples of student-centered teaching methods that promote student learning?
Student-centered teaching methods that promote learning are solving problems, answering questions, formulating questions, engaging in discussion, and explaining.
The patient is to receive dobutamine at 0.8 mcg/kg/minute. The medication is available in a solution of 125 mg in 500 ml D5W. The patient weighs 62 kg. What should be the flow rate of the IV pump?
The flow rate of the IV pump should be 11.9 ml/hr.