We've found 8 Body Surface Area tests

Body Mass Index Body Surface Area Medical Terminology Prefixes And Suffixes Signs And Symptoms Word
Medical Terminology Exam 1 – Flashcards 319 terms
Ashlynn Thompson avatar
Ashlynn Thompson
319 terms
Biology Body Surface Area
hw#15 – Flashcard 33 terms
August Dunbar avatar
August Dunbar
33 terms
Body Surface Area Total Energy Expenditure
Medical Nutrition Therapy Exam 3 – Flashcards 97 terms
Sonia Kelly avatar
Sonia Kelly
97 terms
Applying Direct Pressure Body Surface Area Second Degree Burn Third Degree Burn
Unit 3 Chapters 9 through 12 CPR – Flashcards 60 terms
Pedro Huang avatar
Pedro Huang
60 terms
Body Surface Area Inflammation Of The Stomach Urine Specific Gravity
Ch 22 The Child with Gastrointestinal Dysfunction – Flashcards 56 terms
Richard Lattimore avatar
Richard Lattimore
56 terms
Body Surface Area Drops Per Minute National Drug Code Nursing Pharmacology
Anesthesia Practice Questions – Flashcards 270 terms
Sarah Taylor avatar
Sarah Taylor
270 terms
American Hospital Association Body Surface Area Diagnosis Related Group Information Theory Medicare And Medicaid Services World Health Organization
Chapter 5 Review Questions : Diagnostic Coding 5-1 – Flashcards 111 terms
Henry Lowe avatar
Henry Lowe
111 terms
Body Surface Area Nursing Nursing-LPN Pediatrics
Pediatric HESI – Flashcards 47 terms
Jessica Forbes avatar
Jessica Forbes
47 terms
A patient sustained second- and third-degree burns over 30% of the body surface area approximately 72 hours ago. What type of ulcer should the nurse be alert for while caring for this patient?
Curling’s ulcer Curling’s ulcer is frequently observed about 72 hours after extensive burns and involves the antrum of the stomach or the duodenum.
More test answers on https://studyhippo.com/ch-47-gastric-duodenal-disorders/
Which of these snacks will be best for the nurse to offer to a patient with burns covering 40% total body surface area (TBSA) who is in the acute phase of burn treatment?
Chocolate milkshake rationale: A patient with a burn injury needs high protein and calorie food intake, and the milkshake is the highest in these nutrients. The other choices are not as nutrient-dense as the milkshake.
More test answers on https://studyhippo.com/burns-nclex/
The healthcare provider prescribes acetazolamide (Diamox) 600 mg/m2/day divided into 3 doses. The nurse calculates the child’s body surface area (BSA) as 0.7 m2. How many mg should the child receive per dose? (Enter the numeric value only.)
Using the child’s BSA, 0.7 m2, calculate the mg/dose, 600 mg x 0.7 m2 = 420 mg/day/3 doses = 140 mg/dose
More test answers on https://studyhippo.com/hesi-practice-exam-dosage-calculations/
Which of the following statements is true regarding the skin and body surface area of children as compared to? adults? A. A child is not more prone than an adult to heat loss through the skin. B. Children have a larger body? surface-to-weight ratio. This is the correct answer.C. The skin of a child is thicker. Your answer is not correct.D. Children have more subcutaneous fat.
B Children have a larger body? surface-to-weight ratio.
More test answers on https://studyhippo.com/ch-33-assesment/
Critical burns are second-degree burns covering what percentage of BSA (Body Surface Area)? A. 10% B. 5% C. 15% D. 30%
A 10-kg child has deep partial-thickness burns over 35% of the total body surface area. Which evaluation parameter indicates that fluid resuscitation is adequate? A. Heart rate of 160 beats/minute. B. Respiratory rate of 34 breaths/minute. C. Blood pressure of 80/60 mm Hg. D. Urine output of 11 ml/hour.
D. Urine output of 11 ml/hour.
More test answers on https://studyhippo.com/enpc-test-questions/
Body Surface Area (BSA) in meters square method of calculations may be seen____________
in NICU, ICU and high acuity areas such as oncology.
More test answers on https://studyhippo.com/pediatric-medication-calculations/
Initial encounter for third degree burn of the right thigh by gasoline to fifteen percent of the total body surface area
T24.711A, T32.10, T52.0x1A
More test answers on https://studyhippo.com/icd-10-cm-practice-exercises/
A 4-year-old boy pulled a pot of boiling water from the stovetop. He has superficial and partial-thickness burns to his head, left anterior trunk, and entire left arm. On the basis of the “rule of nines,” what percentage of this child’s body surface area (BSA) has been burned? A. 36% B. 27% C. 30% D. 45%
The mother of a neonate asks the nurse why it is so important to keep the infant warm. What information should the nurse provide? A. The kidneys and renal function are not fully developed. B. Warmth promotes sleep so the infant will grow quickly. C. A large body surface area favors heat loss to the environment. D. The thick layer of subcutaneous fat is inadequate for insulation.
Thermoregulation, heat regulation, is critical to the survival of a neonate because the newborn’s larger surface area (C) per unit of weight predisposes to heat loss. While keeping the infant warm may help the infant to sleep, it promotes transitional homeostasis, not growth (B). (A) is unrelated to cold stress of the newborn. (D) does not support the metabolic cascade that results from neonatal heat loss.
More test answers on https://studyhippo.com/hesi-ob-assignment-quiz/