1) 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.

2) During discharge of a client with diabetes, the nurse recognizes a need for further education when the client makes which of the following statements?

3) A client with type II diabetes is getting educated on their medications because the client was unsure why they took any of their medications so they don't take them all everyday. Which medication should the nurse educate this client on to help control their blood sugar levels?

4) It is halloween and a school nurse knows she needs to be ready for children who have diabetes and eat all the candy with which of the following medication?

5) A client with type II diabetes is getting educated on their medications because the client was unsure why they took any of their medications so they don't take them all everyday. Which medication should the nurse educate this client on to help control their blood sugar levels?

6) 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 of 148/92 mmHg, a BMI of 28, and a blood glucose level of 161 mg/dL. Which of the following information about lifestyle changes would be most beneficial to help control this patients state of health?

7) Which of the following sleep disorders has been most commonly associated with type 1 diabetes?

8) A 28-year-old patient has been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. The nurse is talking with her about her diet, such as what foods to include and what foods to avoid. Which statement made by the patient indicates that more teaching is needed?

9) 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 kidney disease and the physician has ordered an MRI. Which action of the nurse is most appropriate?

10) A nurse is teaching a community class about diabetes prevention and maintenance. The nurse is reviewing the differences between type 1 and type 2 diabetes. Which information would be included in this segment of the teaching?

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