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Cell Structure, Function, And Transport Systems: An Essay Review." (70 Characters)

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Structure of cell

  1. Cells are the basic living unit of structure and function in organisms. Describe the following terms related to human cell

1.1

Structure of cell

1.2

Function of cell

1.3

Cellular respiration

1.4

Requirements of cell for survival

  1. Define cellular adaptation
  1. Explain the following major types of cellular adaptation given in the table (in 30-50 words each).

  Types Cellular adaptation Description

  1. Movement of substances within and between body fluids, sometimes across a barrier such as the cell membrane is essential to normal physiology. Mention the direction, requirement and one example of substance transported by the following transport systems.

Transport system [Active transport ] Requirement [Carrier molecule and cell energy] Example [Ions, sugars, amino acids] Direction [Low to high concentration]

4.1

Simple Diffusion

4.2

Facilitated diffusion

4.3

Osmosis

4.4

Hydrostatic force

  1. Environmental health problems arising from environmental emergencies are connected to their effects on the physical, biological and social environment that pose a threat to human health. Specify one (1) effect of the following environmental emergencies on human body and mention any three (3) signs and symptoms of the particular effect.

Environmental emergencies Effect on human body (1) Signs and symptoms (3)

5.1

Diving

5.2

High altitude

5.3

Temperature

  1. Mr Jims, 68 year-old man presented to the Emergency Department following a house fire. The flat below his had caught fire during the night, and the smoke rose through the floors and windows, and the patient was exposed to significant smoke inhalation. He is suspected to have carbon monoxide poisoning. Answer the following questions based on the scenario.

6.1

What might be the pathophysiological changes brought about by carbon monoxide in his body?

6.2

Enlist the possible signs and symptoms that the patient may manifest?

  1. Describe the impact of following processes in human body (in 30 to 40 words).

7.1

Surgical insult

7.2

Penetrating Trauma

7.3

Blunt trauma

  1. Define the following terms related to human body and measurements in different body systems (in 20 -30 words).

Terms Definition

Medial Toward the midline of the body.

  Terms Definition

8.1

Lateral

8.2

Mid-axillary line

8.3

Anterior

8.4

Posterior

8.5

Ventral

8.6

Dorsal

8.7

Superior

8.8

Inferior

8.9

Proximal

8.10

Distal

8.11

Torso

8.12

Plane

8.13

Sagittal plane

8.14

Median sagittal plane

8.15

Coronal plane

8.16

Transverse plane

8.17

Blood pressure

8.18

Body mass index

8.19

Cardiac output

8.20

Tachypnea

8.21

Hypercapnia

8.22

Hypoxia

8.23

Intracranial pressure

8.24

Peristalsis

8.25

Glomerular filtration

  1. The following table gives the common disorders, problems and complaints associated with each body system and its components relevant to the nursing care you might provide for your clients in the Australian health care system. Complete the following table with regard to its definition, pathophysiology, signs and impact of specific health procedures(in 10-20 words each).

  DISEASES AFFECTING THE CNS Stroke (Cerebro Vascular Accident)

9.1

Definition

9.2

Briefly outline the Pathophysiology

9.3

List four signs

9.4

Nurses are required to provide head up position for a client with stroke. Briefly describe the impact of this nursing intervention.

  1. Refer the previous question: The following table gives the common disorders, problems and complaints associated with each body system and its components relevant to the nursing care you might provide for your clients in the Australian health care system. Complete the following table with regard to its definition, pathophysiology, signs and impact of specific health procedures(in 10-20 words each).

Diseases Affecting The Cns Epilepsy

10.1

Definition

10.2

Briefly outline the pathophysiology

10.3

List four signs

10.4

Nurses should provide padded side rails for patients with seizures. Briefly describe the impact of this nursing intervention.

  1. Refer the previous question: The following table gives the common disorders, problems and complaints associated with each body system and its components relevant to the nursing care you might provide for your clients in the Australian health care system. Complete the following table with regard to its definition, pathophysiology, signs and impact of specific health procedures(in 10-20 words each).

Diseases Affecting The Cardiovascular System Raynaud's phenomenon

11.1

Definition

11.2

Briefly outline the pathophysiology

11.3

List four signs

11.4

Impact of calcium channel blockers in patients with Raynaud's phenomenon

  1. Refer the previous question: The following table gives the common disorders, problems and complaints associated with each body system and its components relevant to the nursing care you might provide for your clients in the Australian health care system. Complete the following table with regard to its definition, pathophysiology, signs and impact of specific health procedures(in 10-20 words each).

Diseases Affecting The Respiratory System Asthma

12.1

Definition

12.2

Briefly outline the pathophysiology

12.3

List four specific signs

12.4

Impact of inhaled corticosteroids in patients with asthma

  1. Refer the previous question: The following table gives the common disorders, problems and complaints associated with each body system and its components relevant to the nursing care you might provide for your clients in the Australian health care system. Complete the following table with regard to its definition, pathophysiology, signs and impact of specific health procedures(in 10-20 words each).

Diseases Affecting The Respiratory System Pneumonia

13.1

Definition

13.2

Briefly outline the pathophysiology

13.3

List four signs

13.4

Nurses should encourage hydration unless contraindicated. Briefly describe the impact of this nursing intervention.

  1. Refer the previous question: The following table gives the common disorders, problems and complaints associated with each body system and its components relevant to the nursing care you might provide for your clients in the Australian health care system. Complete the following table with regard to its definition, pathophysiology, signs and impact of specific health procedures(in 10-20 words each).

Diseases Affecting The Respiratory System Peptic ulcer

14.1

Definition

14.2

Briefly outline the pathophysiology

14.3

List four specific signs

14.4

Impact of antibiotic therapy on patients with peptic ulcer disease.

  1. Refer the previous question: The following table gives the common disorders, problems and complaints associated with each body system and its components relevant to the nursing care you might provide for your clients in the Australian health care system. Complete the following table with regard to its definition, pathophysiology, signs and impact of specific health procedures

Diseases Affecting The Respiratory System Cirrhosis of liver

15.1

Definition

15.2

Briefly outline the pathophysiology

15.3

List four specific signs

Function of cell

15.4

What is the impact of a high protein diet on patients with Cirrhosis of the Liver?

  1. Refer the previous question: The following table gives the common disorders, problems and complaints associated with each body system and its components relevant to the nursing care you might provide for your clients in the Australian health care system. Complete the following table with regard to its definition, pathophysiology, signs and impact of specific health procedures(in 10-20 words each).

Diseases Affecting The Respiratory System Gout

16.1

Definition

16.2

Briefly outline the pathophysiology

16.3

List four specific signs

16.4

Impact of allopurinol on patients with gout.

  1. Refer the previous question: The following table gives the common disorders, problems and complaints associated with each body system and its components relevant to the nursing care you might provide for your clients in the Australian health care system. Complete the following table with regard to its definition, pathophysiology, signs and impact of specific health procedures(in 10-20 words each).

Diseases Affecting The Respiratory SystemCarpal tunnel syndrome

17.1

Definition

17.2

Briefly outline the pathophysiology

17.3

List four specific signs

17.4

What is the Impact of Wearing a Splint for a Patient with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?

  1. Refer the previous question: The following table gives the common disorders, problems and complaints associated with each body system and its components relevant to the nursing care you might provide for your clients in the Australian health care system. Complete the following table with regard to its definition, pathophysiology, signs and impact of specific health procedures(in 10-20 words each).

Diseases Affecting The Respiratory System Nephrotic syndrome

18.1

Definition

18.2

Briefly outline the pathophysiology

18.3

List four specific signs

18.4

Nurses should advice the patients with nephrotic syndrome to restrict salt intake. Briefly describe the impact of this nursing intervention.

  1. Refer the previous question: The following table gives the common disorders, problems and complaints associated with each body system and its components relevant to the nursing care you might provide for your clients in the Australian health care system. Complete the following table with regard to its definition, pathophysiology, signs and impact of specific health procedures(in 10-20 words each).

Diseases Affecting The Respiratory System urinary tract infection (UTI)

19.1

Definition

19.2

Briefly outline the pathophysiology

19.3

List four specific signs

19.4

Nurses should ensure adequate fluid intake in patients with urinary tract infection. Briefly describe the impact of this nursing intervention.

  1. Refer the previous question: The following table gives the common disorders, problems and complaints associated with each body system and its components relevant to the nursing care you might provide for your clients in the Australian health care system. Complete the following table with regard to its definition, pathophysiology, signs and impact of specific health procedures(in 10-20 words each).

Diseases Affecting The Respiratory System Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID)

20.1

Definition

20.2

Briefly outline the pathophysiology

20.3

List four specific signs

20.4

A combination of antibiotics are used to treat pelvic inflammatory disease. Briefly describe the impact of this intervention.

  1. Refer the previous question: The following table gives the common disorders, problems and complaints associated with each body system and its components relevant to the nursing care you might provide for your clients in the Australian health care system. Complete the following table with regard to its definition, pathophysiology, signs and impact of specific health procedures(in 10-20 words each).

Diseases Affecting The Respiratory System Prostatic Cancer

21.1

Definition

21.2

Briefly outline the pathophysiology

21.3

List four specific signs

21.4

Impact of 5 alpha reductase inhibitors on patients with prostatic cancer 

  1. Refer the previous question: The following table gives the common disorders, problems and complaints associated with each body system and its components relevant to the nursing care you might provide for your clients in the Australian health care system. Complete the following table with regard to its definition, pathophysiology, signs and impact of specific health procedures(in 10-20 words each).

Diseases Affecting The Respiratory System Type 1 Diabetes mellitus

22.1

Definition

22.2

Briefly outline the pathophysiology

22.3

List four specific signs

22.4

Impact of insulin therapy on patients with diabetes

  1. Refer the previous question: The following table gives the common disorders, problems and complaints associated with each body system and its components relevant to the nursing care you might provide for your clients in the Australian health care system. Complete the following table with regard to its definition, pathophysiology, signs and impact of specific health procedures(in 10-20 words each).

Diseases Affecting The Respiratory System Hypothyroidism

23.1

Definition

23.2

Briefly outline the pathophysiology

23.3

List four specific signs

23.4

Nurses should advice the patient to consume a low calorie diet. Briefly describe the impact of this intervention.

  1. Refer the previous question: The following table gives the common disorders, problems and complaints associated with each body system and its components relevant to the nursing care you might provide for your clients in the Australian health care system. Complete the following table with regard to its definition, pathophysiology, signs and impact of specific health procedures(in 10-20 words each).

Diseases Affecting The Immune System Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE)

24.1

Definition

24.2

Briefly outline the pathophysiology

24.3

List four specific signs

24.4

Impact of hydroxychloroquine on patients with SLE

  1. Refer the previous question: The following table gives the common disorders, problems and complaints associated with each body system and its components relevant to the nursing care you might provide for your clients in the Australian health care system. Complete the following table with regard to its definition, pathophysiology, signs and impact of specific health procedures(in 10-20 words each).

Diseases Affecting The Lymphatic System Hodgkin's disease

25.1

Definition

25.2

Briefly outline the pathophysiology

25.3

List four specific signs

25.4

Impact of chemotherapy on patients with hodgkin's lymphoma.

  1. Refer the previous question: The following table gives the common disorders, problems and complaints associated with each body system and its components relevant to the nursing care you might provide for your clients in the Australian health care system. Complete the following table with regard to its definition, pathophysiology, signs and impact of specific health procedures(in 10-20 words each).

Diseases Affecting The Special Senses Méniere's disease

26.1

Definition

26.2

Briefly outline the Pathophysiology

26.3

List four specific signs

26.4

Impact of antihistamines on patients with Méniere's disease

  1. Refer the previous question: The following table gives the common disorders, problems and complaints associated with each body system and its components relevant to the nursing care you might provide for your clients in the Australian health care system. Complete the following table with regard to its definition, pathophysiology, signs and impact of specific health procedures(in 10-20 words each).

Diseases Affecting The Special Senses Senile Cataract

27.1

Definition

27.2

Briefly outline the pathophysiology

27.3

List four specific signs

Cellular respiration

27.4

Nurses should advice the patients after cataract surgery to avoid lifting heavy objects.

  1. Briefly describe basic chemistry of the following human body processes in 30-40 words each) and provide one (1) example of chemical reaction related to each.

28.1

Metabolism

28.2

Respiration

  1. Interpreting Arterial Blood Gases.

    Using the alternatives below fill in the gaps in the following table:
    Respiratory alkalosis,
    Renal (Metabolic) acidosis
    Renal (Metabolic) alkalosis

pH Primary problem Condition

Low PCO2 Respiratory acidosis

  pH /Primary problem Condition

29.1

High / PCO2

29.2

Low / HCO3

29.3

High / HCO3

  1. Mr Reynold had undergone craniotomy and he is on 2nd post op day. You are there to take over the client from the staff of previous shift. Answer the following question based on the scenario.

    On assessing the level of consciousness of Mr Reynold, you got a score of E2M3V1, which is entirely different from the previous reading (E4M4V3).

30.1

Mention your interpretation.

30.2

Describe how you would respond in this situation as an enrolled nurse 

  1. Enrolled nurses should be aware of various signs and symptoms related to each body systems. This helps with doing focussed or system wise assessment of the client.
    Answer the following questions in relation to cellulitis

31.1

What is cellulitis?

31.2

What are the common causes of cellulitis?

31.3

What are the common assessment findings, signs and symptoms of cellulitis?

  1. Based on the given example in the table given below, mention the contraindications and nursing implications to specific health assessment findings

Health assessment findings Contraindications

Eg: Edema Edema may be a sign of fluid overload. Therefore, IV Fluids are likely to be contra indicated.

Nursing implications:

-Monitor Fluid balance

-Assess for skin integrity and implement strategies to prevent skin breakdown

-Position client comfortably to assist with breathing and to prevent friction and shear

-Administer diuretics and other medications as prescribed

  Health assessment findings Contraindications

32.1

Dyspnea or wheezing

32.2

Bleeding

32.3

Hypotension

32.4

Allergy to seafood

32.5

Past history of Mastectomy

32.6

Neutropenia

  1. You got information from the admitting office that Mr John 45 years old client with complaints of fever and headache wants to get admitted to your unit for observation and treatment. Answer the following questions.

33.1

Describe your role as an enrolled nurse in admitting Mr John to your unit (in 30-40 words).

33.2

Enlist twelve(12) pieces of information that you would document in his admission database.

33.3

What is the role of doctors in care of client?

33.4

What is the role of the pharmacist in care of client from admission to discharge?

33.5

Discharge planning should commence once the client has admitted. Describe the discharge planning process of Mr John (in 30-40 words).

33.6

Briefly describe the discharge details to be recorded in the client's discharge summary. .

  1. The human body strives to adjust to conditions that are optimal for survival. Answer the following questions on homeostasis.

34.1

Describe homeostasis .

34.2

Homeostasis and disease are inversely related. Briefly describe the relationship between homeostatic imbalance and disease (in 50-70 words).

34.3

The control of body temperature in humans is a good example of homeostasis in a biological system. Concisely describe the process of body temperature regulation .

  1. Various life processes indicate that human beings are alive. Elaborate the following life processes in your own words (in 30-50 words each).

35.1

Organisation:

35.2

Processes of metabolism:

35.3

Nutrition:

35.4

Biological maturation:

35.5

Inheritance:

35.6

Ageing:

  1. Describe the levels of structural organisation of body systems from the cellular to the Organisational Level.
  1. Describe the indications, action and contra indications of a commonly used medication on the human organism e.g., Aspirin, Paracetamol, Salbutamol etc.

37.1

Indications for use

37.2

Action

37.3

Contraindications

37.4

Drug

  1. Refer the previous question: The following table gives the common disorders, problems and complaints associated with each body system and its components relevant to the nursing care you might provide for your clients in the Australian health care system. Complete the following table with regard to its definition, pathophysiology, signs and impact of specific health procedures(in 10-20 words each).

Diseases Affecting The Cardiovascular System

Angina pectoris

38.1

Definition

38.2

Briefly outline the pathophysiology

38.3

List four specific signs

38.4

Impact of supplimental oxygen therapy in patients with angina

  1. Mr Reynold had undergone craniotomy and he is on 2nd post op day. You are there to take over the client from the staff of previous shift. Answer the following question based on the scenario.

39.1

Please complete the file "Tool - Neurological Functions" from the Handouts for the unit by recording the best response for each score of the corresponding tests involved in the tool. Please upload the completed tool in the "Attach Files" section of the question.

  1. Recognize the possible clinical conditions from the acute signs and symptoms given below.

  Signs and symptoms Clinical conditions (Provisional diagnosis)

40.1

  • Chest pressure or pain, typically on the left side of the body
    • Neck or jaw pain
    • Shoulder or arm pain
    • A fast heartbeat
    • Shortness of breath
    • Nausea and vomiting

40.2

  • A headache that lasts anything from four up to 72 hours.
    • Pulsating or throbbing pain, often just on one side of your head.
    • A headache that gets worse when you're active or stops you from being active.
    • Feeling sick or vomiting.
    • Increased sensitivity to light and noise.

40.3

  • Coughing, especially at night
    • Wheezing
    • Shortness of breath
    • Chest tightness, pain, or pressure

40.4

  • Drooped mouth.
    • Inability to lift arms.
    • Slurred speech.
    • Dizziness, loss of balance or an unexplained fall

40.5

A 55-year-old male client presented at the emergency department with dyspnea. He claims that he has been having difficulty breathing for the past three days. It gets worse when walking up stairs and unloading groceries from the car.
General health assessment revealed-
• Inability to complete sentences
• Moderately obese
• Physical assessment: BP 145/89mmHg, RR: 22/min with distended neck veins and productive cough. 

  1. Mr Reynold had undergone craniotomy and he is on 2nd post op day. You are there to take over the client from the staff of previous shift. Answer the following question based on the scenario.

41.1

Mention the tool used for assessing his level of consciousness

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