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1. Pesticide exposure2. Heat stroke3. Anthrax poisoning4. Gastroenteritis:1. Correct: These are symptoms of pesticide exposure when combined with the details given ofcoming from the fields. Death can result from severe acute pesticide poisoning.2. Incorrect: The data provided does not lead the nurse to suspect heat stroke. The stem does not tell the temperature thefarmer is working in. Heat stroke signs and symptoms include increased sweating, tachypnea and temperature greaterthan 105.8°F (41.0°C).3. Incorrect: The data provided does not lead the nurse to suspect anthrax poisoning. The worker has been outside in afield. This is not a risk factor for anthrax exposure. Inhalation anthrax develops when you breathe in anthrax spores. It'sthe most deadly way to contract the disease, and even with treatment it is often fatal. Initial signs and symptoms ofinhalation anthrax include: Flu-like symptoms, such as sore throat, mild fever, fatigue and muscle aches, which may last afew hours or days. Mild chest discomfort, Shortness of breath, Nausea, Coughing up blood, Painful swallowing4. Incorrect: The data provided does not lead the nurse to suspect gastroenteritis. These signs and symptoms do not gowith gastroenteritis. Gastroenteritis signs and symptoms include diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, fever and abdominalcramping.352.A female client considers using spermicidal agents because she wants both birth control and protection fromsexually transmitted infections (STIs). What information should the nurse provide the client about spermicidalagents?1. Effectively reduces vaginal fungal infections such as Candida albicans.
2. Eliminates bacterial and viral sexually transmitted infections.3. Most effective when used in conjunction with barrier methods, such as a diaphragm.4. Causes few side effects.:3. Correct: Spermicidal agents have an approximately 25% failure rate in preventingpregnancy. These agents kill sperm by destroying the protective surface of sperm and preventing metabolic activitiesnecessary for survival.1. Incorrect: They do not kill fungi such as Candida albicans, even in high concentrations.4. Incorrect: Spermicidal agents are used only when sexual intercourse is expected, but side effects include vaginal andpenile irritation, lesions, and ulcerations due to the detergent effect. Disruption of normal protective vaginal flora results inan increased risk of opportunistic vaginal infections and urinary tract infections.2. Incorrect: Spermicidal agents do not eliminate bacterial and viral STIs.353.A female client has used medroxyprogesterone acetate injections for birth control for several years. For the past6 months, attempts to become pregnant have been unsuccessful. What instruction should the nurse provide tothe client?

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