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juniperk's version from 2017-11-03 19:42

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What education should we give to a patient with fibrocytic breast disease?They should limit caffeine intake, were a supportive bra, and do self breast exams regularly. Heat may relieve pain.
What are signs and symptoms of breast cancer?Hard, irregular, painless fixed lump in breast, red scaly patch of skin on breast, development of nipple inversion.
How do we treat breast cancer?Chemo, radiation, and surgical removal of the breast that contains cancer.
What should you educate a patient on if they are using female condoms?These can be inserted 8 hours before sex, aides in preventing STI's, and this can slip or twist which can result on pregnancy.
What should you educate a patient on if they are using spermacides?These do not protect against STI's, the closer to the cervix the better, they need to be applied every time you have sex, only effective for 1 hour.
What should you educate a patient on if they are using a diaphragm?This is a cap that goes over the cervix, its a prescription, use with spermicides, it must be refitted if there is a 10lb weight gain or loss, has to be placed more than 4 hours before and must be left in for 6 hours after sex.
What should you educate a patient on if they are using a cervical cap?This is goes over the cervix, is must be refitted if there is a 10lb weight gain or loss, must be left in for 8 hours after sex, this is best for women who have not have children.
What should you educate a patient on if they are using an oral contraceptive pill?These will decrease the effectiveness of the patients anticoagulant therapy, antibiotics can decrease the effectiveness of the pills, cant use nicotine, mini pill has progesterone only.
What should you educate a patient on if they are using an implant for contraception?This goes in the arm subdermally, It prevents ovulation and stimulates thick mucus, may cause irregular or no bleeding, last for a longer period of time, does not prevent STI's.
What should you educate a patient on if they are using a transdermal patch for contraception?This releases estrogen and progestin, you apply this every week for 3 weeks then 1 week leave it off, it can go on the lower abdomen upper outer/inner arm buttocks or upper torso
What should you educate a patient on if they are using a vaginal contraceptive ring?This releases estrogen and progestin, in for 3 week out for 1 week
What is a tubal ligation?This is when the Fallopian tubes are cut, tied, and cauterized so sperm can't get in and the ovum cant get out.
What medications can we give for HIV?Antiretrovirals and protease inhibitors. these meds need to be timed correctly.
What are signs and symptoms of PID?Dysmenorrhea, dyspareurnia, vaginal discharge, and fever.
What medications can we give for PID?pain medications and antibiotics. you can also give cephalosporin and doxycycline.
What is the primary stage of syphilis?This is 3-4 weeks after initial infection, highly contagious, asymptomatic or flu like symptoms, usually undiagnosed due to the sore (at place where bacteria entered) being painless and heals on it own.
What is the secondary stage of syphilis?Within a few weeks of the original chancre healing, you may experience a rash that begins on your trunk but eventually covers your entire body — even the palms of your hands and the soles of your feet. This rash is usually not itchy and may be accompanied by wart-like sores in the mouth or genital area.
What is the latent stage of syphilis?this is 2 years after initial infection, not contagious, chronic.
What is the tertiary stage of syphilis?this is know as stage 4. There is irreversible organ damage like blindness or dementia.
Is syphilis curable?Yes, this is curable at any stage.
What are signs and symptoms of gonorrhea?Milky, purulent discharge, green discharge, can be asymptomatic.
What is a level 1 care for labor and delivery?This is the lowest level. This care facility does not take any sick babies.
What is a level 2 care for labor and delivery?This is the middle of the care facilities. This care facility is intermediate and may have specialized care
What is a level 3 care for labor and delivery?This is the highest level of care facilities. This care facilities have a neonatal ICU and take high risk patients.
What happens during the pre-embryonic stage?This lasts 2 weeks. Fertilization has occurred and implantation will occur. the uterine lining will feed the fertilized eggs.
What happens during the embryonic stage?Cells rapidly divide. All organs begin to develop here, but not fully developed. Embryo starts to develop. Yolk sac feeds embryo.
What happens by the end of the 8th week of gestation?Every organ system has started. This is where the fetus is most susceptible to teratogens. Heart development complete; Resembles a human being
What are the 3 germ layers?These are the ectoderm, the mesoderm, and the endoderm.
What develops in the ectoderm?This is the outermost layer, placenta, skin, neural tissue, and some glands.
What develops in the mesoderm?This is the middle layer, muscle, bone, connective tissue, circulatory system, GU system. This is the "duct work" of the body.
What develops in the endoderm?this is the inner layer, digestive system, respiratory system, and some parts of the GU such as inner working of the kidneys.
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