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Import Settings: Base Settings: Brownstone Default Information Field: Chapter Information Field: Client Needs Information Field: Cognitive Level Information Field: Difficulty Information Field: Integrated Process Information Field: Objective Information Field: Page and Header Highest Answer Letter: E Multiple Keywords in Same Paragraph: No Chapter: Chapter 41: Assessment and Management of Patients with Diabetes Mellitus Multiple Choice 1. The nursing instructor is discussing diabetes mellitus with the junior nursing class. What would the instructor tell the class may develop in the patient when ketone bodies accumulate in excessive amounts? A) Hypovolemia B) Polyuria C) Diabetic ketoacidosis D) Blurred vision Ans: C Chapter: 41 Client Needs: D-4 Cognitive Level: Comprehension Difficulty: Easy Integrated Process: Teaching/Learning Objective: 9 Page and Header: 1199, Diabetes Feedback: Ketone bodies are acids that disturb the acid-base balance of the body when they accumulate in excessive amounts. This will result in diabetic ketoacidosis. Signs and symptoms are abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting hyperventilation, fruity odor of breath, and if left
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untreated, possible death. Excessive amounts of ketone bodies do not cause hypovolemia, polyuria or blurred vision. 2. A patient presents to the clinic complaining of symptoms that suggest diabetes mellitus. What criteria would support checking blood levels for the diagnosis of diabetes mellitus? 3. A patient newly diagnosed with type 2 diabetes is attending a nutrition class specifically designed for type 2 diabetics. What general guideline would it be important to teach the patients at this class?
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  • Fall '15
  • Diabetes, Blood sugar, Cognitive Level, Integrated Process

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