7.) A patient is on a lacto-ovo vegetarian diet. What type of foods can the patient eat?A. Fish, milk, and poached eggsB. Chicken, cheese, and grilled eggplantC. Boiled eggs and chocolate milk D. Oysters, yogurt, and turkeyPatients on a lacto-ovo vegetarian diet eat eggs and dairy products but avoid meat, poultry,and seafood.
NCLEX REVIEW58.) A patient is suffering from a broken jaw. Which foods would be most beneficial for this patient?A patient with a broken jaw needs food that require no chewing. Soup, pudding, and ice cream meet these qualifications.9.) A patient receiving dialysis should avoid what type of foods?Patients who are receiving dialysis have renal disease and therefore should follow a sodium restricted diet. Canned soups, cold cut sandwiches, and Chinese take-out are all high in sodium.10. What can you develop if you don’t take all the antibiotics prescribed?
NCLEX REVIEW611. What are the layers of the skin?A. Epidermis, dermis, and hypodermisB. Myocardium, epicardium, pericardiumC. epidermis and myocardium12. What is known as the fifth vital sign13. What is the major goal of clients dealing with hypertension?14. Mrs. Jones has a PH of 7.3, CO2 of 40mmHg, HCO3 of 15meq/L. What will be her ABG reading?
NCLEX REVIEW715. Mrs. Brown has a PH of 7.79, CO2 of 34mmHg, HCO3 of 20meq/L. What will be her ABG reading?A. Partial compensated respiratory alkalosisB. Partial compensated metabolic acidosisC. UncompensatedD. Normal16. It is important to teach a client with angina to?17.What does the P stand for?18. What is the PQRST method used for?
NCLEX REVIEW819. The healthcare provider is caring for a patient with a diagnosis of first-degree atrioventricular(AV) block. Which of these waveform patterns identified on the cardiac monitor is consistent with this arrhythmia?A. Slowed conduction through the AV nodeB. No association between the P waves and QRS complexesC. QRS complexes are dropped randomlyD. Significant shortening of the PR interval20. The doctor orders Zofran 8 mg PO t.i.d. The pharmacy sends a 100 ml bottle, labeled 4 mg/tsp. How many ml should be given for each dose?
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