Endocrine / Metabolic QuestionDifficulty
What structure is being identified in this image?...
What structure is being identified in this image?...
The nurse is caring for a patient with a pituitary tumor. The nurse assesses the urine and reviews the lab results. The urine specific gravity is 1.075 and urine output is minimal. What would the nurse expect the sodium level to be in this patient?...
The nurse is caring for a patient with severe dehydration. After assessing the urine in the foley catheter what would the nurse expect the patients urine specific gravity to be?...
A nurse has just received a patient from the PACU and is reviewing the post operative orders. The PACU nurse states that the patient has been stable for the last 30 minutes. The nurse takes the vital signs and finds that the patient remains stable. After taking the blood glucose level and vital signs what should the nurse do first?...
After running an ABG on a patient and reviewing the results which value should the nurse report to the physician....
Upon reviewing the patients lab values, which laboratory value indicates a problem that should be managed?...
The nurse is caring for a client with cushings syndrome, the nurse knows that she will need to be prepared for what daily activity?...
A nurse is caring for a patient with diebetic ketoacidosis (DKA), the patient all of a sudden becomes confused, what action should the nurse take first?...
Identify which of the following signs and symptoms that a client with hypothyroidism might have. Select all that apply. Select all that apply....
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?...
The nurse is answering a clients call light when she notices the client isn’t acting right. The nurse checks the clients blood glucose and gets the results of 40. What is the first thing the nurse should do?...
During discharge of a client with diabetes, the nurse recognizes a need for further education when the client makes which of the following statements?...
A nurse is counseling a patient who has hypertension and type 2 diabetes. During the initial assessment, the nurse notes that the patient has a blood pressure...
A diabetic patient is hospitalized after developing problems with swallowing. The patient is unable to eat oral foods and the physician has ordered for...
Which of the following sleep disorders has been most commonly associated with type 1 diabetes?...
A nurse is caring for a diabetic patient who uses an insulin pump to manage his type 1 diabetes. The patient is in the hospital for diagnostic testing of...
Which best describes the appearance of Charcot foot in a diabetic patient?...
A 40-year-old patient has thyroid dysfunction and is working with a nurse to determine what lifestyle changes will help her condition. The nurse mentions that...