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NUR206Exam1guideS11 - N UR206 Exam 1 Study Guide Lecture...

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NUR206 Exam 1 Study Guide Lecture Knowledge Comprehension Application Total Health History 3 5 4 12 Communication 2 2 2 6 SHN 4 6 5 15 Vital Signs 3 4 5 12 Eye/ Ear 4 6 6 16 Total 61 Remember to use your text and lecture material. If the lecture contradicts the text use lecture as a guide . Please e-mail ( [email protected] ) if you have questions. Knowledge type: Asks about anatomy and physiology or normal steps to an exam. 1. Jaundice is exhibited by a yellow skin color, indicating rising levels of bilirubin in the blood. Which of the following findings is indicative of true jaundice? A. Yellow patches throughout the sclera B. Yellow color of the entire sclera. C. Skin that appears yellow when examined under low light D. Yellow deposits on the palms and soles of the feet where jaundice first appears Application type: Asks about interpreting tests or symptoms as normal or your nursing care 2. An Inuit visiting Nevada from Anchorage has come to the clinic in July during the hottest
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