Concerning the MMR vaccine which of the following is a correct statement a The

Concerning the mmr vaccine which of the following is

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3. Concerning the MMR vaccine, which of the following is a correct statement?a. The link between use of MMR vaccine and autism has been firmly supportedb. There is no scientific evidence to support MMR use increases autism riskc. The use of the combination increases autism risk, but dividing them into separate injections minimized thisd. The injection contain thimerosal, a mercury agent4. You are seeing a 40-year-old patient who has started varenicline (Chantix) 3 weeks ago as a tool for smoking cessation. Which of the following is the most important question to ask during this visit?a. “How many cigarettes per day are you currently smoking?”b. “Are you having any difficulty sleeping?”c. “Have you noticed in your mood?”d. “On a scale of 1-10, what is your current desire to stop smoking?”5. A nurse practitioner is instructing a senior citizen’s group about hazards in the home. One of these is identified as burns. Which of the following would support primary prevention of this hazard?
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6. A nurse practitioner is applying for their first position. In researching different hospitals types, there are various descriptions of their type. Some of these include public, proprietary, and voluntary (not-for-profit) hospitals. What qualification would determine the hospital type? 7. A Latino patient in your clinic has been perpetually late for their appointments. Which action by the nurse practitioner would be most appropriate?8. To meet Medicare’s coverage requirements, the Nurse Practitioner’s services must be:a. Provided subject to state restrictions and supervision requirementsb. Provided under direct supervisionc. Provided in a rural health clinic or federally qualified health centerd. Billed through a physician-directed clinic, heath agency or hospital9. The family nurse practitioner examines a patient who has sustained a non-work-related injury that interferes with the patient’s ability to perform their job. The patient does not qualify for medical disability and has a reasonable chance of engaging in a suitable occupation with proper therapy. The nurse practitioner recommends that the patient apply for:
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