Physiological Adaptation QuestionDifficulty
Your patient has been diagnosed with Raynaud’s Disease. They are asking you what medications they need to take to to help manage their condition. Which medications should you talk to the patient about? Select all that apply....
You are assessing your patient, they are exhibiting signs and symptoms of hypomagnesemia. The patient is depressed and reports that sometimes they feel confused. When you do a neuro assessment the patient can’t lift their arms and they report numbness and tingling sensations. Their abdomen is distended with the patient reporthing they haven’t had a BM in days. Which lab panels would you anticipate being ordered? Select all that apply...
You are assessing your patient, they are exhibiting signs and symptoms of hypomagnesemia. The patient is confused, they are saying they feel like they can’t lift their arms, and their abdomen is distended with the patient reporthing they haven’t had a BM in days. Which electrolytes would you also expect to be low in this patient? Select all that apply....
You have a patient who is an alcoholic. Being a nurse, you know that this means they are likely to have hypomagnesemia. Using your assessment skills, which of the following signs/symptoms could you potentially find? Select all that apply....
You have a patient who is an alcoholic. Being a nurse, you know that this means they are likely to have hypomagnesemia. Using your assessment skills, which of the following signs/symptoms could you potentially find? Select all that apply....
You have a patient with increased RBCs. Which conditions could have caused this patient to have increased RBCs? Select all that apply....
Your patient has pancreatitis. Which of the following labs would you NOT expect to see? Select all that apply....
Your patient has a history of gout. Which of the following statements indicates more education is necessary? Select all that apply....
Your patient has been diagnosed with chronic kidney failure. Which of the following aspects of the patient’s history was likely to contritbute to this?...
Your patient has suffered an acute kidney injury. Which of the following nursing interventions are important for this patient? Select all that apply....
You are providing teaching to your patient who has been diagnosed with peptic ulcer diesease (PUD). You are educating the patient on foods to avoid. Which of the following is NOT a food they need to avoid with this diagosis? Select all that apply....
Your patient is newly diagnosed with Parkinsons. Which of the following statements by his spouse would require more education? Select all that apply....
The physician believes your patient is suffering from sepsis. Which of the followig orders would you NOT anticipate recieving from the MD if they believe the patient to be suffering from sepsis? Select all that apply....
You have a patient who is in atrial fibrillation and going to be cardioverted. You set the monitor to sync to which wave?...
You have a patient who is going to get a cardiac stress test with dye injected intravaneously. What allergy do you need to screen the patient for?...
You have a patient who is going to get a cardiac stress test with dye injected intravaneously. What allergy do you need to screen the patient for?...
Laboratory work has revealed that your patient has hyperkalemia. What should you be looking for on the cardiac monitor for this patient?...
Laboratory work has revealed that your patient has hyperkalemia. What should you be looking for on the cardiac monitor for this patient?...
Laboratory work has revealed that your patient has hypokalemia. What should you be looking for on the cardiac monitor for this patient?...
Laboratory work has revealed that your patient has hypokalemia. What should you be looking for on the cardiac monitor for this patient?...