You see an 18 year old woman with a history of

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You see an 18-year-old woman with a history of Chlamydia infection and a total of five lifetime partners. Based on the latest evidence-based guidelines, you recommend:
While educating Karen about the different stages of syphilis, which of the following is not representative of the presentation of secondary syphilis?
The nurse practitioner understands that HPV types _____ and ____are most often associated with cervical and anogenital cancer.
Jenna was evaluated and diagnosed with condyloma acuminatum. Treatment options for Jenna will include all of the following except :
6 Week 7 quiz topics Which of the following is a treatment option for a 30-year-old woman with PID and a history of severe hive-form reaction when taking a penicillin or cephalosporin?
The nurse practitioner understands that a complication of gonoccocal and chlamydial genitourinary infection in women include which of the following:
A nurse practitioner is performing a wet mount with potassium hydroxide (KOH) to assist with a diagnosis in a woman experiencing vaginal discharge. Which of the following would this confirm?
The nurse practitioner understands that women with PID typically present with all of the following except :
Elizabeth was recently diagnosed with genital herpes after having unprotected intercourse with a new partner. The nurse practitioner explains to Christine that the incubation period for HSV Type 2 is approximately:
Kristin returns to the clinic for follow-up on STI results. The nurse practitioner informs her the Chlamydia test was positive. Which of the following agents will the nurse practitioner prescribe for treatment?
A 30-year-old woman presents without symptoms but states that her male partner has dysuria without penile discharge. Examination of the woman reveals a friable cervix with yellow discharge from the cervical os. This description is most consistent with an infection caused by: Select all that apply.
A 24-year-old woman presents with a 1-week history of thin, greenish yellow vaginal discharge with perivaginal irritation. Physical examination findings include vaginal erythema with petechial hemorrhages on the cervix, numerous white blood cells, and motile organisms on microscopic examination. These findings most likely represent:
For patients needing topical treatment for vulvovaginitis caused by Candida albicans, the nurse practitioner will prescribe:

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