Physiological Adaptation QuestionDifficulty
The nurse on a neuro floor is caring for a patient with a spinal cord injury. The clients injury is outlined in the image. What would the nurse expect to find in this client?...
A client tells the nurse, “I don’t have any family members with hypertension so I don’t have to worry about that.” The nurse should educate the client on which of the following other risk factors? Select all that apply....
The nurse is caring for an infant that has been diagnosed with menningitis, the nurse notices buldging fontanels, distended scalp veins, and the infant is irritable with a high pitched cry. Which of the following interventions can the nurse do to decrease the Intracranial Pressure (ICP) in this infant?...
The nurse is educating a client that is newly diagnosed with diabetes mellitus, which of the following should the nurse emphasize? Select all that apply....
An infant is born with Phenylketouria, the nurse knows she should prepare what kind of formula to feed the infant?...
A 2 year old comes in with burns from the bath tub to both legs, what percentage of body is this?...
The nurse knows that the patient is experiencing left sided heart failure based on which of the following assessments? Select all that apply....
A client has small waxy nodules on their face, the nurse knows this is how what type of skin cancer presents itself?...
A client has rough thick and scaly bumps on their arms, the nurse knows that this is most likely which type of skin cancer?...
A client has multiple moles with irregular edges that vary in color located on their legs, the nurse knows that this description is associated with what type of skin cancer?...
The nurse knows that which of the following are risk factors for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)? Select all that apply....
The nurse knows that which of the following are risk factors for Hospital-Aquired Pneumonia? Select all that apply....
A client is suspected to be septic and the doctor orders a lactic acid blood level. The nurse knows that an increased lactic acid indicates what condition for the client?...
A client comes into the ER bleeding profusely out of a gun shot wound. The client has lost too much blood and needs a rapid transfusion. What should the team do replace this clients lost blood after they have started an IV?...
A client has a Lipase of 405 U/L. The nurse recognizes this to be an issue with which organ?...
A client has an amylase of 155. The nurse recognizes the organ to be concerned about with these lab results is?...
A client has a BNP of 782. The nurse recognizes this to be an issue for which organ?...
A client has a GFR of 60 mL/min. The nurse recognizes this to be a consideration for the failure of which organ?...
A client is diagnosed with hyperparathyroidism, which lab value would the nurse expect to be high?...
A client has a BUN of 28. The nurse recognizes this to be a consideration for the failure of which organ?...