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Question 15.Question :Which person is at the greatest risk of developing delirium?Student Answer:An individual with diabetes, celebrating his or her seventieth birthday A depressed Hispanic woman An individual on the second day after hip replacement A man diagnosed with schizophrenia Instructor Explanation:Delirium is associated with autonomic nervous system overactivity and typically develops in 2 to 3 days, most commonly in critical care units, postsurgically, or during withdrawal from CNS depressants (e.g., alcohol, narcotic agents). Age, gender, and chronic illnesses are not generally associated with delirium triggers.Points Received:0 of 0.5 Comments:Question 19.Question :Posthyperventilation apnea (PHVA) ceases and rhythmic breathing is resumed when levels of arterial:-539731961MultipleChoice76False0-539731961MultipleChoice760-539731960MultipleChoice170-539731959MultipleChoice790-539731958MultipleChoice97-539731957MultipleChoice9False0-539731957MultipleChoice90-539731956MultipleChoice50-539731955MultipleChoice480-539731954MultipleChoice94
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