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61. The nurse is reviewing the laboratory results of a client receiving chemotherapy. The platelet count is 10,000/cu.mm. Based on this laboratory value, the priority nursing assessment is which of the following? A. assess level of consciousness B. assess temperature C. assess bowel sounds D. assess skin turgor
62. The client is admitted to the hospital with a diagnosis of suspected Hodgkin’s disease. Which of the following assessment signs would the nurse MOST likely to note in the client?
63. The client with leukemia is receiving Busulfan (myleran). Allopurinol (Zyloprim) is prescribed for the client. The purpose of Allopurinol (Zyloprim) is to:
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64. A gastrectomy is performed on a client with gastric cancer. In the immediate postoperative period, the nurse notes bloody drainage from the NGT. Which of the ff. is the MOST appropriate nursing intervention?
65. The nurse is reviewing the history of a client with bladder cancer. The MOST common symptom of this type of cancer is which of the following? A. frequency of urination C. hematuria B. urgency of urination D. dysuria
66. The nurse is assessing the stoma of a client following a ureterostomy. Which of the following does the nurse expect to note?
67. The nurse is caring for a client following a radical mastectomy. Which of the following nursing interventions would assist in preventing lymphedema of the affected arm?
B. elevating the affected arm on pillow below the heart level C. maintaining an IV site below the antecubital area of the affected side D. avoiding arm exercises in the immediate post-operative period 68. The nurse is teaching BSE to a client who had a hysterectomy. The MOST appropriate instruction regarding BSE should be performed is:
69. The nurse is instructing the client, Ben how to perform testicular self- examination. Which instruction is correct? A. examine testicles when lying down B. the best time for the examination is after a shower C. gently feel the testicle with one finger to feel for a growth D. testicular examination should be done at least every 6 months

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