A QUICK NCLEX REVIEW ON MENINGITIS
Lets take a quick look at MENINGITIS aND WHAT WE NEED TO KNOW FOR THE NCLEX.
MENINGITIS is simply:
– an inflammation of the meninges within the brain and spinal cord.
- * USUALLY CAUSED BY NIESSERIA MENINGITIDIS, GROUP B STREP AND STREPTOCOCCUS PNEUMONIAE
Again, the two main culprit for Meningitis are
- NIESSERIA MENINGITIDIS
- STREPTOCOCCUS PNEUMONIAE
Assessment findings on the patient:
- * POSITIVE BRUDZINSKI’S SIGN
– There is some neck stiffness that CAUSES A PATIENT’S HIPS AND KNEES TO FLEX when the neck is flexed
- * POSITIVE KERNIG’S SIGN
– With the patient lying flat, if the patient flexes a hip 90 degrees, and then attempts to extend the lower leg at the knee. Pain on extension is a positive sign.
- LUMBAR PUNCTURE
- CHEST X RAYS
Welcome to this NCLEX Quick E Course: There is only ONE GOAL with this course, and that is to pass the NCLEX. You have made it this far, you have graduated Nursing School. You basically have learned, in some way or another the content and essential knowledge necessary to pass the NCLEX exam. With the help of this course, it will now depend on how you are able to apply this knowledge and strategies towards the NCLEX.
Before starting this Quick E Course, I will require 3 essential qualities that you have from within:
The Three C’s includes:
Confidence: Confident that you are going to pass the NCLEX Exam.
Commitment: Committed in doing everything, to pass this Exam.
Concentration: Focus and Concentration throughout this review.
This COURSE will INCLUDE… ♣
The Quick E Course Test Taking Strategies Maslow's Hierarchy The Nursing Process Lab Values (Important) Intravenous Fluids Electrolyte Values NCLEX Review on Medication (IMPORTANT) The Cardiac System The Neuro System The Respiratory System The G.I. System The G.U. System The Endocrine System The Integumentry System The Hematologic System The Musculoskeletal System Eye and Ear Disorders Infection Control Management and Delegation Types of Dysrhytmias Pharmacology Drug Classifications & Adverse Reactions. Classification and Side Effects The Antidote for certain Drugs. Vitamins and Mineral Cardiac Pharmacology Cardiovascular Drugs (Simplified) Cardiac Glycosides Antidysrhytmics Anticoagulants Diuretics Thrombolytics Cardiac Stimulants Central Nervous System Pharm. CNS Stimulants Anticonvulsants Barbituates Benzodiazepines Succinimides Antiparkinsonians Antimyasthenic (Cholinergics) Opioid Analgesics Opioid Antagonists Antiseizure Medication Respiratory Pharmacology Bronchodilators Mucolytic Agents and Expectorants Antihistamine Antitussives G.I. System Pharmacology GI Drugs Antacids Anticholinergics Antiemetics Antidiarrheals Cathartics/Laxatives G.U. System Pharmacology Spasmolytics Urinary Anti-infectives Pharmacology Review A basic review of pharmacology Overview of diff. type of Antibiotics Adrenegic Antagonist Drugs Parasympathetic Nervous System Hematological Disorders Antiplatelets Anticoagluants Autonomic Nervous System Adrenergic Drugs Cholinergic Agents Anticholinergics Antiparkinsonian Agents Beta Adrenergic Blockers Anti-infectives Aminoglycosides Maternity and Pediatrics Maternal Assessment Signs of Pregnancy Complications of Pregnancy 1st, 2nd & 3rd Trimester Pregnancy Ectopic Pregnancy Placenta Previa Preeclamsia Caring for the Maternal Client Signs of Pregnancy Newborn and Pediatrics Care of the Newborn Growth & Development Cardiovascular Disorders Respiratory Disorders Neurological Disorders Gastrointestinal Disorders Pediatrics: An NCLEX Review Psychiatric Disorders Psychotic Disorders Substance Abuse Drug Use
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