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Review Test Submission: Review Questions - Chapter 12   User Jiaping Chen Course NU 4710 and NU 4711 (Spring 17) Test Review Questions - Chapter 12 Started 4/2/17 9:45 AM Submitted 4/2/17 9:45 AM Status Completed Attempt Score 6 out of 10 points Time Elapsed 1 hour, 12 minutes Self Test Student answers and score are not visible to the instructor. Results Displayed All Answers, Submitted Answers, Correct Answers, Feedback Question 1 1 out of 1 points An adult patient suffered an anterior wall myocardial infarction (MI) 4 days ago. Today the patient is experiencing dyspnea and sitting straight up in bed. The nurse’s assessment includes bibasilar crackles, an S3 heart sound with a heart rate of 125 beats/min. What condition are these signs and symptoms consistent with? Selected Answer: Heart failure Answers: Heart failure Papillary muscle rupture Pericarditis Pulmonary embolism Response Feedback: These are classic signs of fluid overload and heart failure. Presence of a heart murmur, not the S3, might alert the nurse to a papillary muscle rupture. The patient with pericarditis may have chest pain and a pericardial friction rub. Question 2 1 out of 1 points The patient, who is being treated for hypercholesterolemia, complains of hot flashes and a metallic taste in the mouth. These are common side effects of: Selected Answer: nicotinic
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acid. Answers: bile acid resins. clopidogrel. nicotinic acid. statins. Response Feedback: Common side effects of nicotinic acid include metallic taste in mouth, flushing, and increased feelings of warmth.
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