Med Surgic NU2530 NCLEX EN Study Guide

Med Surgic NU2530 NCLEX EN Study Guide

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MED SURGIC nu2530 NCLEX RN STUDY GUIDE

MED SURGIC nu2530:NCLEX RN STUDY GUIDE

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DO NOT DELEGATE WHAT YOU CAN EAT!

Don’t delegate Unstable patients
Initial Assessment, Teaching, IV drips, Evaluations only RN

AIRBORNE TRANSMISSION-BASED PRECAUTIONS: MTV

Measles
TB
Varicella-Chicken Pox/Herpes Zoster-Shingles
Private Room: Negative pressure with 6-12 air exchanges/hr Mask: N95 for TB

DROPLET TRANSMISSION-BASED PRECAUTIONS: Think of SPIDERMAN!

Sepsis
Scarlet fever
Streptococcal Pharyngitis (Streptococcus group A/ Strep Throat): Can Lead to Glomerulonephritis & Rheumatic

Parvovirus B19
Pneumonia
Pertussis
Influenza/ Haemophilus influenza type B
Diphtheria (Pharyngeal): Serious bacterial infection. Epiglottitis: Medical Emergency! No Throat Inspection.

Fever.

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Rubella/ German measles

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Mumps
Meningitis/ Neisseria Meningitidis Mycoplasma/ Meningeal Pneumonia An – Adenovirus
Private Room or Cohort
Mask

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Surgical mask PRN for Procedures 3ft Distance

CONTACT PRECAUTION TRANSMISSION-BASED PRECAUTIONS: MRS.WEE

Multidrug-resistant organism/ MRSA/ VRE Respiratory infection
Skin infections
Wound infection

Enteric infection – Clostridium Difficile Eye infection – Conjunctivitis

*MRSA – Contact precaution ONLY. Use Chlorhexidine Wipe!
*VRSA – Contact & Airborne precaution (Private room, door closed, negative pressure) *SARS (Severe Acute Resp Syndrome) Airborne & Contact (just like Varicella)

SKIN INFECTIONS- VCHIPS- CONTACT

Varicella Zoster
Cutaneous Diphtheria (Bacteria Infection in the Wound)
Herpes Simplex
Impetigo (Bacterial Skin Infection)
Pediculosis (Lice)
Scabies (Itchy Skin condition. Burrowing Trail of the Scabies Mite)

Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS): Viral respiratory illness caused by Coronavirus (MERS-CoV). 3

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