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1. A student nurse is learning about human immune deficiency virus (HIV)infection. Which statements about HIV infection are correct? (Select all thatapply.)a. CD4+ cells begin to create new HIV virus particles.b. Antibodies produced are incomplete and do not function well.c. Macrophages stop functioning properly.d. Opportunistic infections and cancer are leading causes of death.e. People with stage 1 HIV disease are not infectious to others.ANS: A, B, C, D
Know what an epi pen is and why it is used. What other informationshould you tell the patient?8. A nurse has educated a client on an epinephrine auto-injector (EpiPen). Whatstatement by the client indicates additional instruction is needed?
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d. This can be injected right through my clothes.ANS: AWhat are beta blockers and what do they do?2. A nurse assesses a client after administering a prescribed beta blocker. Whichassessment should the nurse expect to find?
5. An emergency room nurse obtains the health history of a client. Whichstatement by the client should alert the nurse to the occurrence of heart failure?
7. A nurse assesses an older adult client who is experiencing a myocardialinfarction. Which clinical manifestation should the nurse expect?a. Excruciating pain on inspirationb. Left lateral chest wall painc. Disorientation and confusiond. Numbness and tingling of the armANS: C
11. A nurse cares for a client who is prescribed magnetic resonance imaging(MRI) of the heart. The clients health history includes a previous myocardialinfarction and pacemaker implantation. Which action should the nurse take?
16. A nurse cares for a client who is recovering from a myocardial infarction. Theclient states, I will need to stop eating so much chili to keep that indigestion
pain from returning. How should the nurse respond?

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