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chapter 24 physics 101

1) Magnetic compasses reportedly were first used for navigation by A) Aristotle. B) Australian aborigines. C) Chinese sailors. D) none of the above c 2) The source of all magnetism is A) tiny pieces of iron. B) tiny domains of aligned atoms. C) ferromagnetic materials. D) moving electric charge. E) none of the above d […]

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ATI Gastrointestinal System

a health care professional is about to administer ondansetron (Zofran) to a patient who is receiving chemotherapy. Which of the following actions should the health care professional take? (select all that apply) A. infuse the drug over 30 minutes prior to chemotherapy B. administer the drug when the patient reports nausea C. infuse the drug […]

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Chapter 24 Physics: Magnetism

The source of all magnetism is moving electric charge. The force that acts between a pair of magnetic poles depends on magnetic pole strength. separation distance. Like kinds of magnetic poles repel while unlike kinds of magnetic poles attract Whereas electric charges can be isolated, magnetic poles cannot Refrigerator magnets are typically short range If […]

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Basic Physical Assessment NCLEX 3000

The nurse plans to obtain client information from a primary source. Which of the following is a primary information source? 3. The client An adolescent client seeks medical attention because of a sore throat and probable mononucleosis. The nurse palpates the client’s submandibular lymph nodes for enlargement. Identify the area where the nurse should palpate […]

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Physical Exam Chpt 3

Guidelines for Standard Precautions indicate that mask and eye protection or a face mask should be worn while performing trachea care and suctioning. Standard Precautions apply to all patients receiving care in hospitals. According to the guidelines for Standard Precautions the caregiver’s hands should be washed after touching any body fluids and contaminated items regardless […]

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ATI – Skills Module: Physical Assessment Child

Which of the following communication techniques is most appropriate for a nurse to employ during the physical examination of a 10 year old? -Allow the child to play with the equipment -Encourage expression of thought through puppets. -Use books and other visual aids to advance the interview. -Use abstract questions to allow the child more […]

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MC Physical Assessement Tutorial Pre/Posttest

A nurse is documenting findings from a physical examination. Which of the following statements indicates correct charting? Regular heart rate and rhythm: S1, S2 heard. When performing an otoscopy examination on a 2-year old child, the nurse should pull the pinna down and back A nurse is testing a child for strabismus. Which of the […]

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ASTR 102 – TEST – MC01 & SA&TF

What is the meaning of the word cosmos? A) the origin of Earth and life upon it B) the light from a distant astronomical object C) the Milky Way D) the sum total of all matter and energy, that is, everything within and between all galaxies E) the dark sky D) the sum total of […]

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ASTR 101 chp 2 concept quiz

The \”celestial sphere\” is another name for our universe. Which of the following statements about the celestial sphere is NOT true? We could not see it at all. The Andromeda Galaxy is faintly visible to the naked eye in the constellation Andromeda. Suppose instead it were located in the same direction in space as the […]

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ASTR 101 chp 3 reading quiz

It helped them keep track of time and seasons, and it was used by some cultures for navigation. What practical value did astronomy offer to ancient civilizations? based on everyday ideas of observation and trial-and-error experiments Scientific thinking is _________. the seven naked-eye objects that appear to move among the constellations The names of the […]

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Physical Assessment Modules 5 – 8

Identify appropriate history questions to ask for breast health exam. 1. Any breast pain, is it cyclic, brought on by exercise, sore to touch? 2. Lump or thickening? Change in overlying skin, when did you notice it? Change? 3. Any discharge, when, what color, consistency, odor? What medications? 4. Rash, when did is start, where […]

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Physics: 1-11

Physics is the most basic Science because All of the above Which one of the following problems would not be part of Physics? Identifying all the bones in the human body Which of the following steps is not a part of the scientific method? Repeat the Experiments until the answers math the predictions A hypothesis […]

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Physics CP Chapter 6

Force In the simplest sense, a force is a push or a pull. A mutual action is an interaction between one thing and another. When you push on the wall, the wall pushes on you. The interaction that drives the nail is the same as the one that halts the hammer. Newton’s 3rd Law Whenever […]

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La Hija del Sastre Info

capítulo 1 Emilia (the main character) wakes up because she thinks she hears soldiers outside. Her father is Lorenzo Matamoros, a former captain of the republicans, and the current leader Franco was trying to capture those of the old regime. She was afraid and wanted to go to her parents’ room even though she is […]

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Holt Physics Chapter 4

Force An action exerted on an object which may change the object’s state of rest or motion. (Interaction which changes the motion of an object -Ex. Person hitting a baseball.) It is a vector because it has both magnitude and direction. SI Unit of Force Newton Contact Forces Forces which result from physical contact between […]

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Physics Chapter 3

Which of the following is a physical quantity that has both magnitude and direction vector Which of the following is an example of vector quantity velocity Identify the following quantities as scalar or vector: the speed of a snail, the time it takes to run a mile, the free-fall acceleration scalar, scalar, vector Multiplying or […]

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Physical Exam Chpt 26

____ 1. If information is purposefully omitted from the record, you should state in the record why the information was omitted. ____ 2. Which part of the information contained in the patient’s record may be used in court? All information ____ 3. During the course of the interview, you should take brief written notes. ____ […]

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Physical science chapter 15 study guide

Work What is energy a transfer of? Energy of motion What is kinetic energy? 1/2mu2 How do you calculate kinetic energy? Wind up toy What is elastic potential energy, and would be an example of it? Less acceleration due to gravity Why would the gravitational potential energy of a 1 meter above the surface of […]

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Chapter 4, Prentice Hall Physical Science

Atom the basic particle from which all elements are made. Electron a negatively charged particle that is found outside the nucleus of an atom. Nucleus the central core of the atom. Proton a positively charged particle that is part of an atom’s nucleus. Energy level the specific amount of energy an electron has. Neutron a […]

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Ch.15 Physical and Cognitive Development in Middle Adulthood

Changing midlife -As adults become older, their age identity is younger than their chronological age -An increasing percentage of the population is made up of middle-aged and older adults: \”Rectangularization\” of the age distribution Middle adulthood 40-45 years of age to about 60-65 years of age The Nature of Middle Adulthood -Declining physical skills and […]

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Combo with Physician Assistant and 2 others

PA’s are educated in the \”medical model\” Main difference between PA and physician amt of time spent in school PA’s dont need to do an internship or residency PA’s responsibilities conduct physical exams diagnose and treat illness can write prescriptions assist in sergury Average PA program runs 3 years # of accredited schools 156 125 […]

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