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23) The nurse is preparing a patient for discharge who will receive a prescription for a beta-hydroxy-beta-methylglutaryl coenzyme A (HMG-CoA) inhibitor What statement by the patient demonstrates that they have a clear understanding of the teahing provided by the nurse? Select one.
24) The nurse is caring for a patient who has been noncompliant with treatment for hypertension. The nurse explains that untreated hypertension increases the risk of what? Select all that apply.25) A client is receiving home care for the treatment of a wound on the inside of her lower leg that is 3 centimeters in diameter with a yellow wound bed and clear exudate. Assessment of the client’s legs reveals edema and a darkened pigmentation over the ankles and shins of both legs what is the clients most likely diagnosisUnit 71) Dry itchy plaques on her elbows and knees have prompted a 23-year-old woman to seek care. The clinician has subsequently diagnosed the client with psoriasis, a disorder that results from. Select one.A) Increased epidermal cell turnoverB) Human papilloma virus (HPV)C) An Igf mediated immune reactionD) Hormonal influences on sebaceous gland activity2)
3) The nurse administers polymyxin B to a patient with a gram-negative bacterial infection. What symptoms would cause the nurse to suspect drug fever, hold the medication and call the health care provider immediately? Select all that apply.4) The physician ordered furosemide 100mg in 250 mL of D5W. It is to infuse at 25 mg/hour per infusion pump. How many hours will the IV run? Round to the nearest hour. Select one.5) A child weighs 30 pounds. How many kilograms does this child weigh? Round to the nearest hundredth.