NR509 Week 5 Quiz Skin Hair Nails Abdomen.docx - NR509 Week 5 Quiz 1 An older patient has been diagnosed with pernicious anemia The FNP knows that this

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NR509 Week 5 Quiz 1. An older patient has been diagnosed with pernicious anemia. The FNP knows that this condition could be related to decreased gastric acid secretion. 2. ….. examining a patient who tells the FNP “I sure sweat a lot especially on my face and feet but it doesn’t have an odor”. The FNP knows that this could … related to the eccrine glands. 3.During an abdominal assessment the FNP elicits tenderness on light palpation in the rightlower quadrant. The FNP interprets that this finding could indicate a disorder which of these structures? 4. An Inuit visiting Nevada from anchorage has come to the clinic in July during the hottest part of the day. It so happens that the clinics air conditioning is broken and the temperature is very hot. The FNP knows that which of these statements is true about the Inuit sweating tendencies? They will sweat more on their faces and less on their trunks and extremities 5. The FNP notices that a patient has black, tarry stool and recalls that a possible cause would … Gastrointestinal bleeding 6. ….. an abdominal …. deep palpation is used to determine
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