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PTS: 1 DIF: Apply REF: Hypertension: Risk Factors3.Which of the following assessment questions would be appropriate for the nurse to use whenassessing a client for hypertension? (Select all that apply.)1.Do you consume alcohol products? How much? How long?2.Do you use nicotine products? How much? How long?3.Do you experience nosebleeds?4.Do you get hungry at night?
5.Do you experience cold sweats?6.Do you experience headaches?ANS: 1, 2, 3, 6The nurse will often ask the client questions about risks of hypertension. Asking about alcoholand nicotine product use will tell you about increased risk factors. Nosebleeds and headaches areoften associated with hypertension. Although cold sweats and hunger are symptoms a patientmay report, they are not indicative of hypertension.PTS: 1 DIF: Apply REF: Box 28-2 Hypertension Assessment4.The blood pressure measurement for a client is very different from the one that was assessed afew hours previously. The nurse should suspect that the blood pressure measurement is falsewhen which of the following is assessed in the client?1.Client needs to void.2.Client smoked a cigarette 10 minutes prior to the measurement.3.The examination room is very warm.4.Doors are slamming and children are crying in the environment.5.Client just had lunch.6.Client slept for 8 hours the previous night.ANS: 1, 2, 3, 4Factors that cause false blood pressure readings include anxiety, full urinary bladder, excessivelywarm room, recent tobacco use, and loud or repetitive noises. Eating a meal or having 8 hours ofsleep are not known to cause a false blood pressure reading.PTS:1DIF:AnalyzeREF:Table 28-2 Factors Causing False Blood Pressure Readings5.A client is planning to use nicotine gum to aid with cigarette cessation. Which of the followingshould the nurse instruct the client as adverse effects of using nicotine gum? (Select all thatapply.)
1.Rapid heart rate may result.2.Mild headaches can occur.3.A sore mouth and throat are possible.4.Abnormal dreams are common.5.Pruritis is possible.6.Nausea can occur.ANS: 1, 2, 3, 6Adverse effects associated with the use of nicotine chewing gum include tachycardia, mildheadache, sore mouth and throat, and nausea. Abnormal dreams and pruritis are adverse effectsof nicotine patches, nicotine nasal spray, and nicotine inhalers.Chapter14 Nursing Management: Patients with Coronary Vascular DisordersMULTIPLE CHOICEclient is learning about cholesterol. The nurse explains that the good cholesterol transportsplasma cholesterol away from plaques and to the liver for metabolism. This type of cholesterol iscalled:1.high-density lipoprotein.2.low-density lipoprotein.3.very-high-density lipoprotein.4.very-low-density lipoprotein.ANS: 1
High-density lipoprotein transports plasma cholesterol away from atherosclerotic plaques and tothe liver for metabolism and excretion. Low-density lipoproteins, or bad cholesterol, are the maincomponent of the atherosclerotic plaque. Very-low-density lipoproteins are considered moreatherogenic and are more common in men and people with diabetes.

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