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Hyperthyroid

  • heat intolorent
  • wt loss
  • tachycardia
  • systolic hypertention
  • angina
  • insomnia
  • irritability
  • moist skin

2

hypoparathyroidism

  • low calcium
  • decreased CO
  • dysrhythmias

3

Who do we give SSKI to?

Potassium Iodide

  • hyperthyroidism
  • make sure to use straw-stains teeth

4

thyroidectony post op

  • head support
  • deep breathing
  • help with positioning
  • provide pillow to prevent suture braking
  • at risk for respiratory due to swelling and bleeding

5

hypocalcemia signs

  • chaviskis sign- facial twitches with nerve stimulation
  • trousseau sign- carpopedal spasm caused by inflating BP cuff over systolic pressure for 3 min

6

older patients taking thyroid medication is reduced, why?

  • metabolic rate slows down, decreased excretion, floats around he system longer as you age.

7

nurse priority for a patient with parathyroid taking calcitonin, what do we assess prior?

 

  • sensitivity assessment

8

labs needed to diagnose hypothyroidism

  • T3 and T4 will be low

9

bleeding assessent after thyroidectomy sx

  • make sure to check behind neck

10

hyperthyroidism mood assessments

  • irritability
  • nervousness

11

hypothyroidism assessment

  • bradycardia

12

myxedema

  • hand
  • feet
  • around eyes
  • hypo: give blanket if cold

13

cardiac issues with diabetes?

  • hypotension

14

cushing syndrome causes

  • asthma long term use of corticosteroids

15

hing syndrome characteristics

  • moon face- 
  • fat trunk
  • fat skin

16

addisons disease

  • hyperpigmentation in exposed areas
  • small joints
  • little to no pubic hair
  • increased potassium
  • decreased glucose

17

acromegaly

  • excess GH

18

hyperpituitarism

  • causes acromegaly
  • causes impotense ED

19

syminchia

  • muscle wating in hypopituitarism

20

organs affected by DI

  • nephrogenic- kidneys wont respond to ADH spec. gravity will fall

21

pheochroocytoma

  • HBP

22

cushings

  • moon face
  • thin extremities
  • humpty dumpty

23

nuchal rigitity

  • meningitis

24

addisons crisis

  • acute adrenal crisis
  • adrenal insufficiency
  • low level or cortisol
  • caused by infection or trauma

25

why do ppl take hydrocotisone in addisons disease?

  • replaces cortisol or glucocorticoid levels 

26

SIADH (inappropriate ADH syndrome )

  • weakness
  • cramps
  • wt gain
  • headaches

27

hypophysectomy post op

  • respiratory
  • I and O
  • IP fluid levels
  • dressing discharge
  • signs of meningitis

28

elder adult changes

  1. less sensitive metabolism goes down because of lack of of sensitivity from hormones, dehydration, fatty deposits decreases

29

addisons crisis manofestations

  • confusion
  • tachycardia
  • hypotension

30

graves

  • type of hyperthyroidism autoimmune disease