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CNORMedicalCertified Nurse Operating Room
QUESTION:A patient's lab reports shows a slightly elevated total white blood cell count with equal elevationsof all types of white blood cells, an elevated hemoglobin and hematocrit, normal creatinine butelevated blood urea nitrogen (BUN), increased urine specific gravity, and increased serumsodium. The most likely nursing diagnosis is:1B
QUESTION:Metoclopramide may be given as a preoperative medication in order to:2B
QUESTION:A do-not-resuscitate order is most likely to be suspended and CPR performed if the patient3
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Term
Fall
Professor
Mohammad Alizadeh
Tags
Cardiac arrest, acute myocardial infarction, Blood urea nitrogen

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