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20.ANS: 2PTS:121.ANS: 4PTS:122.ANS: 3PTS:123.ANS: 1PTS:124.ANS: 2PTS:125.ANS: 1PTS:126.ANS: 3PTS:127.ANS: 4PTS:128.ANS: 1PTS:129.ANS: 4PTS:130.ANS: 2PTS:131.ANS: 4RATIONALE: BG must be checked more often in T1 especially when adding more exercise, which can lower the BG levels. The other answers would cause hypoglycemia either during or after exercise.PTS:132.ANS: 3RATIONALE: Although her BG is normal, it will more than likely drop during exercise so she should eat a CHO source before exercising. A and D would likely increase her likelihood of hypoglycemia. B would not be helpful in this situation.
PTS:133.ANS: 2RATIONALE: HHS is the most likely diagnosis based on diagnosis, age, and signs and symptoms. DKA may occur in T2 diabetes, but initially HHS would be suspect.PTS:134.ANS: 2RATIONALE: Normal pH of 7.35. C and B are indicative of DKA. Hgb may be low, normal or high in HHNKS.PTS:135.ANS: 3RATIONALE: Approximately 15 grams of fast-acting CHO is the treatment of choice. Diet soda would not treat hypoglycemia. The other choices would overtreat and cause rebound hyperglycemia.PTS:1