AH II Exam I Study Guide Part II

AH II EXAM I STUDY GUIDE PART II

Like I said in the Part I study guide, the first exam in adult health II is on the cardiac and pulmonary systems. I split up the two systems because there is so much information to learn about these systems that combining them would be an endless list that people would get bored or reading.

The attached study guide is about the lungs and different diseases and injuries that could happen to the lungs either due to trauma or secondary to a disease. Most people have either heard of or have had the disease such as rhinitis (common cold), tonsillitis (infection of the tonsils) and many more.

I hope this helps you figure out what you need to read more about and what you already know. Good luck studying and comment if you have any questions!

AH II EXAM I PART I

AH II EXAM I STUDY GUIDE PART I

The first exam is always the hardest, at least that what’s people say. As for this exam its covering the two most important systems in the body, the cardiovascular ┬ásystem and the pulmonary (lungs) system. The attached study guide is just the cardiovascular system. I will be posting the pulmonary (part II) study guide soon.

The study guide encompasses several cardiovascular diseases, the pathophysiology, prevention, treatment and medications as well as other factors for each disease. Also in the study guide are how to calculate different parts of an EKG/ECG, as well as how to read one.

Hope this helps, and Good luck studying!

Mental Health Exam I

MENTAL HEALTH EXAM I STUDY GUIDE

Hello All,

Mental health, a class filled with many different stories. You will never be board in this class, in fact you may learn an entire new side of what nursing could be. Attached is the study guide for my first exam in this class. It includes a plethora of information, but that is like all nursing exams. The topics include: stress, crisis, drugs and their interactions on the brain, neurotransmitters, voluntary and involuntary consent, types of mental health hospitals and what nurses do in each setting. There’s a lot more to this study guide, but I’m not going to list each topic out, instead click on the link.

Hope this helps all nursing students understand what mental health nursing is like, or a glimpse of what a mental health nursing exam entails.