Biology

The preexponential and activation energy for the diffusion of chromium in nickel are 1.1 × 10-4 m2/s and 272,000 J/mol, respectively. At what temperature (in ˚C) will the diffusion coefficient have a value of 1.8 × 10-14 m2/s?

The preexponential and activation energy for the diffusion of chromium in nickel are 1.1 × 10-4 m2/s and 272,000 J/mol, respectively. At what temperature (in ˚C) will the diffusion coefficient have a value of 1.8 × 10-14 m2/s? EXPERT ANSWER

Please use this scenario for wound care documentation. Scenario: A 28-year-old female who had abdominal surgery 6 days ago. Admitting Diagnosis: Wound Dehiscence VS: T-100.0, P-102, R-22, 02 Sat. 98% Pain level: 4/10 at the wound site MD orders: Saline Moist dressing every shift Acetaminophen 500 mg PO q 4 hrs. PRN for pain Wound culture Please follow the Rubric to obtain higher points. Nursing Diagnosis 1. Problem Statement/NANDA label is appropriate. 2. Etiology of the problem is relevant and/or utilized the correct related and/or risk factor. (Related to/RT) 3. Defining characteristics accurate and/or matches the signs and symptoms presented by the patient. (AEB) 4. Top three priority mursing diagnoses are prioritized correctly. Nurses Notes 1. Document relevant data in EHR. a. Patient Status b. Location of the wound and that C. The dressing was removed. d. Record your assessment of the wound, • Condition of wound: measurement, evidence of granulation tissue, presence of necrotic tissue, stage (if appropriate). Characteristics of drainage. Appearance of the surrounding skin. Signs and symptoms of wound infection, if any e. The cleansing or irrigation of the wound and solution used. f. The type of dressing that was reapplied. 2. Reassess and evaluate client’s response to the procedure 3. Use langusge, terms, abbreviations that are consistent with professional standards 4. Document vital signs correctly on the EHR flow sheet.

EXPERT ANSWER NANDA Nursing diagnosis :- 1. Risk for wound infection related to wound dehiscence characterised by fever , tachycardia and wound rupture 2. Impaired skin integrity related to wound infection as evidenced by the rupture of wound infection 3. Disturbed body image related to wound rupture as evidenced by the facial expressions. #. Nursing …

Please use this scenario for wound care documentation. Scenario: A 28-year-old female who had abdominal surgery 6 days ago. Admitting Diagnosis: Wound Dehiscence VS: T-100.0, P-102, R-22, 02 Sat. 98% Pain level: 4/10 at the wound site MD orders: Saline Moist dressing every shift Acetaminophen 500 mg PO q 4 hrs. PRN for pain Wound culture Please follow the Rubric to obtain higher points. Nursing Diagnosis 1. Problem Statement/NANDA label is appropriate. 2. Etiology of the problem is relevant and/or utilized the correct related and/or risk factor. (Related to/RT) 3. Defining characteristics accurate and/or matches the signs and symptoms presented by the patient. (AEB) 4. Top three priority mursing diagnoses are prioritized correctly. Nurses Notes 1. Document relevant data in EHR. a. Patient Status b. Location of the wound and that C. The dressing was removed. d. Record your assessment of the wound, • Condition of wound: measurement, evidence of granulation tissue, presence of necrotic tissue, stage (if appropriate). Characteristics of drainage. Appearance of the surrounding skin. Signs and symptoms of wound infection, if any e. The cleansing or irrigation of the wound and solution used. f. The type of dressing that was reapplied. 2. Reassess and evaluate client’s response to the procedure 3. Use langusge, terms, abbreviations that are consistent with professional standards 4. Document vital signs correctly on the EHR flow sheet. Read More »

The Patient with a Decubitus Scenario for Documentation The nurse is caring for a Timothy Willis, 68-year-old male who has been admitted from a local nursing facility. His vital signs are the following BP-121/7802 99%, R-14, HR-74 and T-98.6. The nurse has completed the initial assessment. During the initial assessment, the nurse has noted a sacral wound. There is fu necrotic tissue presence. The wound bed is moist, red tissue, with visible muscle, and quarter size of yellowish tissue, right side of the wound bed. The measurements are 3cm in length, 2 cm in width, 1 cm depth an cm undermining surroundi the wound and the surrounding skin is intact. ll thickness loss with no d with 2 ng the entire circumference of the wound. There is bone exposure in the middle of Using this scenario write out your wound documentation. The dressing changed you perfornm intervention for this patient’s wound. Then document what you removed out of the wound, what the wound looked like, note use your skill sheet to discuss what you used to cleanse and dress the wound. bed the color of any drainage, odor and how the patient tolerated removal. Finally, you are going to You wil need to hand your documentation to your mentor after the lab skill has been completed. Make sure to put your mentor’s name on the document. Use your nurse’s note to document care of the wound. Identified Priority Nursing Diagnosis Impaired skin integrity r/t damage to skin and underlying tissue aeb: Please underline or highlight the “as evidenced by” in the above scenario and initial assessment.

EXPERT ANSWER Patient name: Timothy willisAge : 68years/maleInitial Assessment:Vital signs checkedSacral wound notedWound documentation:-There is full thickness loss with no necrotic tissue presence-The wound bed is moist,red tissue with visible muscle and quarter size of yellowish tissues,right side of the wound bed-Measurements are 3cm length,2cm width,1cm depth and with 2cm undermining surrounding the entire circumference …

The Patient with a Decubitus Scenario for Documentation The nurse is caring for a Timothy Willis, 68-year-old male who has been admitted from a local nursing facility. His vital signs are the following BP-121/7802 99%, R-14, HR-74 and T-98.6. The nurse has completed the initial assessment. During the initial assessment, the nurse has noted a sacral wound. There is fu necrotic tissue presence. The wound bed is moist, red tissue, with visible muscle, and quarter size of yellowish tissue, right side of the wound bed. The measurements are 3cm in length, 2 cm in width, 1 cm depth an cm undermining surroundi the wound and the surrounding skin is intact. ll thickness loss with no d with 2 ng the entire circumference of the wound. There is bone exposure in the middle of Using this scenario write out your wound documentation. The dressing changed you perfornm intervention for this patient’s wound. Then document what you removed out of the wound, what the wound looked like, note use your skill sheet to discuss what you used to cleanse and dress the wound. bed the color of any drainage, odor and how the patient tolerated removal. Finally, you are going to You wil need to hand your documentation to your mentor after the lab skill has been completed. Make sure to put your mentor’s name on the document. Use your nurse’s note to document care of the wound. Identified Priority Nursing Diagnosis Impaired skin integrity r/t damage to skin and underlying tissue aeb: Please underline or highlight the “as evidenced by” in the above scenario and initial assessment. Read More »

Dressings & Wound Care 1. What are pressure injuries? 2. What are guidelines nurses can use to prevent pressure injuries? 3. How are pressure injuries staged? 4. What are assessment considerations for skin assessment for darkly pigmented patient? 5. What are risk factors for pressure injuries? 6. What is the Braeden scale? 7. What are phases of wound healing (brief summation)? 8. What are factors that influence wound healing? 9. What terminology is used to describe wound color/tissue? Wound drainage? 10. What is negative pressure wound therapy? 11. Review the purposes and techniques of dressings, bandages, and abdominal binders. 12. What are the effects/risks of heat and cold on patients?

EXPERT ANSWER 1. Pressure injuries are also called as bedsore, pressure ulcer, pressure sore or decubitus ulcer is defined as localizeddamage to the skin and underlying soft tissue , usually over a bony prominence. 2.Guidlines nurses used to prevent pressure injuries: – Skin care: – Keep the skin claen and dry. – Use water base …

Dressings & Wound Care 1. What are pressure injuries? 2. What are guidelines nurses can use to prevent pressure injuries? 3. How are pressure injuries staged? 4. What are assessment considerations for skin assessment for darkly pigmented patient? 5. What are risk factors for pressure injuries? 6. What is the Braeden scale? 7. What are phases of wound healing (brief summation)? 8. What are factors that influence wound healing? 9. What terminology is used to describe wound color/tissue? Wound drainage? 10. What is negative pressure wound therapy? 11. Review the purposes and techniques of dressings, bandages, and abdominal binders. 12. What are the effects/risks of heat and cold on patients? Read More »

The following data from our class illustrates the effect of exercise on respiratory rate (RR).Describe what effect, if any, exercise seems to have on respiratory rate.

The following data from our class illustrates the effect of exercise on respiratory rate (RR). Describe what effect, if any, exercise seems to have on respiratory rate. EXPERT ANSWER 1. DuringDuring exercise there is an increase in physical and muscle cells respire more than they do when the body is at rest. The heart rate increases …

The following data from our class illustrates the effect of exercise on respiratory rate (RR).Describe what effect, if any, exercise seems to have on respiratory rate. Read More »

1. Explain the physiological mechanisms which have caused the respiratory rate to change during exercise.2. what would you expect arterial pH levels to change during exercise? Explain why or why not?

1. Explain the physiological mechanisms which have caused the respiratory rate to change during exercise. 2. what would you expect arterial pH levels to change during exercise? Explain why or why not? EXPERT ANSWER Answer. 01:- Exercise-Induced Pulmonary Gas ExchangeExercise causes an increase in cardiac output as well as an increase in pulmonary blood flow, which …

1. Explain the physiological mechanisms which have caused the respiratory rate to change during exercise.2. what would you expect arterial pH levels to change during exercise? Explain why or why not? Read More »

1- Explain the changes in heart rate between conditions. Describe the physiological mechanisms causing these changes.2- Are there differences in the cardiac cycle with the respiratory cycle (“Start of inhale-exhale” data)?

1- Explain the changes in heart rate between conditions.  Describe the physiological mechanisms causing these changes. 2- Are there differences in the cardiac cycle with the respiratory cycle (“Start of inhale-exhale” data)? 3- What changes occurred in the duration of systole and diastole between resting and post-exercise? 4- In the normal cardiac cycle, the atria contract …

1- Explain the changes in heart rate between conditions. Describe the physiological mechanisms causing these changes.2- Are there differences in the cardiac cycle with the respiratory cycle (“Start of inhale-exhale” data)? Read More »

You find a mouse safe to disease by a particular sort of retrovirus regularly pathogenic towards that strain. Further investigation uncovers that the retrovirus doesn’t enter the cells of this mouse. What is the most probable clarification for your perception? Would you expect other retroviruses of a similar obstruction gathering to have the option to taint this mouse? Why or why not?..

You find a mouse safe to disease by a particular sort of retrovirus regularly pathogenic towards that strain. Further investigation uncovers that the retrovirus doesn’t enter the cells of this mouse. What is the most probable clarification for your perception? Would you expect other retroviruses of a similar obstruction gathering to have the option to …

You find a mouse safe to disease by a particular sort of retrovirus regularly pathogenic towards that strain. Further investigation uncovers that the retrovirus doesn’t enter the cells of this mouse. What is the most probable clarification for your perception? Would you expect other retroviruses of a similar obstruction gathering to have the option to taint this mouse? Why or why not?.. Read More »