A Pain occurs on an empty stomach B Diffuse epigastric pain C Rarely associated

A pain occurs on an empty stomach b diffuse

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A. Pain occurs on an empty stomach B. Diffuse epigastric pain C. Rarely associated with non-steroidal use D. Occurs in patients under 40 years of age - Diffuse epigastric pain - 13. A pneumatic otoscopic examination is used to assess: A. Inner ear conditions B. Otitis externa C. Cerumen impaction D. Tympanic membrane mobility - D. Tympanic membrane mobility - 14. In autosomal recessive (AR) disorders, individuals need: Only one mutated gene on the sex chromosomes to acquire the disease Only one mutated gene to acquire the disease Two mutated genes to acquire the disease Two mutated genes to become carriers - Two mutated genes to acquire the disease 15. symptoms of initial HIB infection include all of the following except - weight loss 16. the major impact of the physiological changes that occur with aging is
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- all of the above - reduced physiological reserve Reduced homeostatic mechanisms Impaired immunological response 17. men have faster and more efficient biotransfermation of drugs and this is thought to be to - testosterone 18. the cytochrome P system involves enzymes that are generally inhibited by drugs - inihibited or induced by drugs 19. functional abilities are best assessed by - observed assessment of function 20. iron deficiency anemia is classified as a microcytic hypochromic anemia. The classification refers to which of the following lab data - mean corpuscular volume MCV and Mean corpuscular hemoglobin MCH 21. The pathological hallmark of ACD is - impaired ability to use iron stores 22. the main focus of treatment of patients with ACD is - mgmt. of underlying disorder 23. in addition to the cbc with diff which of the following lab tests is considered to be most useful in diagnosed ACD OR IDA - serum ferritin 24. the first step in the genomic assessment of a patient is obtaining information regarding - family history 25. essential parts of a health history includes all of the following except - current vitals 26. which of the following clinical reasoning tools is defined as evidenced based resource based on mathematical modeling to express the likelihood of a condition in select situations settings and or patient - clinical decision rules 27. a woman with an x linked dominant disorder will - transmit the disorder to 50% of her offspring male or female
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28. which of the following would be considered a red flag and required more investigation in a patient assessment - MI in family member at age 35 29. your 2 year old patient shows facial features such as epicanthial folds up slanted palpebral fissures single transverse palmar crease and low nasal bridge these are referred to as - dismorphic features related to genetic disease 30. in order to provider a comprehensive genetic history of a patient, the NP should - ask patients to complete a family history worksheet - seek out pathology reports related to the patients disorder - interview family members regarding gentic disorders All of the above 31. according to the genetic information on discrimination act - employers cannot inquire about an employees genetic information 32.
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