Physiological Adaptation QuestionDifficulty
A nurse is caring for a client with Wilson’s Disease. The nurse knows that this client needs to monitor lab work for which of the following organs?...
A nurse is caring for a client with Tubulopathy. The nurse knows that this client needs to monitor lab work for which of the following organs?...
A nurse is caring for a client with increased BNP. Which organ does the nurse need to be concerned about?...
A nurse is caring for a client who is experiencing trouble with coordination and balance, as well as numbness and tingling in their extremeties. The nurse knows these symptoms are due to damage and deterioration to the myelin sheeth because this client is suffering from which of the following?...
A nurse is caring for a client with generalized muscle pain, sleep disturbances and constant diarrhea. After musltiple tests showing no diagnosable cause, the nurse knows this client is likely suffering from which of the following?...
A nurse is caring for a client who is experiencing gradual paralysis that started from the toes and has moved up the legs. The nurse knows that the clients peripheral nervous system has been attacked causing disruption in communication of the nerves because this client is suffering from which of the following?...
A nurse is caring for a client who is experiencing muscle weakness that gets better with rest, they report difficulty with swollowing and controlling their facial expressions. The nurse knows the clients antibodies are blocking and changing the signals sent between nerve and muscle because this patient is suffering from which of the following?...
A nurse is administering Metoprolol to a client. Which of the following signs and symptoms should the nurse monitor the client for?...
A nurse is listening to a clients heart sounds and notes hearing the systolic heart sound. The nurse notes this in the chart as heart which of the following?...
A nurse is on the cardiac floor and is describing to the a new nurse which three s/sx to be looking for to recognize cardiac tamponade. Which signs and symptoms are apart of becks triade?...
A nurse is caring for a client with left sided heart failure. Which of the following findings would the nurse expect to find while assessing the patient?...
A client has a calcium reading of 11. What does the nurse expect the clients phosporus reading to be?...
Which of the following patients are at most risk for sepsis?...
A client is at high risk for developing sepsis, the nurse knows this based on which of the following risk factors for spesis?...
A nurse is caring for a client who is having motor disturbances. The nurse knows that which part of the brain controls motor movement...
A nurse is caring for a client that is healing from an achillies tendon surgery. The nurse is practicing active range of motion with the client and notes the patient is still unable to point their toes down to the floor. The nurse shoulkd chart this as which of the following?...
The nurse is talking with a patient who has just been diagnosed with a Kaposi Sarcoma. The nurse knows this is a type of cancer that effects which organ?...
The nurse is talking with a patient who has just been diagnosed with a oligodendroglioma. The nurse knows this is a type of cancer that effects which organ?...
The nurse is talking with a parent of a child who has just been diagnosed with a paget’s disease. The nurse knows this is a type of cancer that effects which organ?...
The nurse is talking with a patient who has just been diagnosed with a glioma. The nurse knows this is a type of cancer that effects which organ?...