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FindStudy ResourcesooooAskExpert TutorsEarn byContributingoooooo20oooooooWalden UniversityNURSNURS 6565NQUESTION 1 Susan is a 29 y/o female who comes to the clinic with a 3-day history of fever,chills, nausea, vomiting, and flank pain. During the...Share QuestionThis question has been answeredAdd to libraryQuestionQUESTION 1Susan is a 29 y/o female who comes to the clinic with a 3-day history of fever, chills, nausea, vomiting, and flank pain. During the visit, the NP does a urine dipstick and discoverthat Susan is positive for nitrites, leukocytes, and >10 WBCs. The physical exam reveals a CVA tenderness. Her most likely diagnosis is:a) Lower urinary tract infectionb) Abdominal virus
c) Upper urinary tract infectiond) Sexually transmitted diseaseQUESTION 2Ann is a primigravida in her 35th week of pregnancy and presents to the clinic with severe recurrent headaches, blurred vision, pitting edema, and right upper quadrant pain. Additionally, she has oliguria, nausea, and vomiting. Her urine protein is >1+. Her most likely diagnosis is:a) Placentia previab) Hemolysis, elevated liver enzymes, and low platelets (HEELP) syndromec) Placental abruptiond) Severe preeclampsiaQUESTION 3What is the earliest age at which one would not give DTap to a child but rather would give Td or Tdap?a) 1 year oldb) 2 years oldc) 3 years oldd) 7 years oldQUESTION 4Judy, a 28 y/o, presents to the clinic with a fever, vaginal discharge, and pain in the lower abdomen, pelvis, and lower back. These symptoms are accompanied by chills, nausea, andvomiting. This presentation is most typical of:a) Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID)b) Vulvovaginitisc) Dysmenorrhead) AmenorrheaQUESTION 5The most common drug trigger for Stevens-Johnson Syndrome include all the following except:a) ASAb) NSAIDSc) Anticonvulsantsd) AllopurinolQUESTION 6A patient with type 2 DM should have an eye exam for diabetic retinopathy everya) 6-12 monthsb) 12-18 monthsc) 18-24 monthsd) 24-36 monthsQUESTION 7Differential diagnoses for patients with alcohol use disorder would include all the following except:
a) Depressionb) Pulmonary diseasec) Peptic ulcer diseased) Essential hypertensionQUESTION 8Scott is a 16 y/o male who presents to the clinic with a tender testicular mass, but no pain. He has previously been diagnosed with cryptorchidism. His most likely diagnosis is:a) Testicular torsionb) Testicular cancerc) Hodgkin lymphomad) A & B onlyQUESTION 9Sierra, a 42 y/o female, comes to the clinic to follow up on some lab work that was drawn at her last visit. Her labs showed a low TSH and an increase in both her serum free T4 and T3.Sierra's most likely diagnosis is:a) Hypothyroidismb) Primary hyperthyroidism (Graves' disease)c) Primary hyperparathyroidismd) None of the aboveQUESTION 10The CDC recommends HPV vaccine for males until what age?