Extra Credit for NSG 301 Exam 1
This will be worth 2 questions added to your exam. Please answer the following questions
thoroughly to earn full credit.
A nurse is caring for a patient taking a drug that is metabolized in the liver (medication A).
Final Pharmacology Case Study 1: Endocrinology
Your clinical assignment is to care for a 64 year old male patient who was
admitted yesterday for ketoacidosis. The patient has a medical history
significant for DM type 2, COPD, Hypertension, and tobacco dep
Age: The person appears his or her stated age
Sex: Sexual development is appropriate for sex and age. If the individual is transgender ,
note the stage of transformation.
Level of Consciousness: the person is alert and
A client has completed treatment for an addiction to prescription pain medications. As part of
the client's therapy, the family participates in a family therapy program. Which of the
following reasons would best explain the need for a family system approa
While caring for a patient receiving antipsychotic therapy, the nurse observes cogwheel
rigidity, tremors, and drooling. The nurse interprets this as which of the following?
Explanation: Pseudoparkinsonism is manifested by muscle tremo
A client with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is treated with exposure therapy. What
change is most likely expected in the client after receiving this therapy?
The client may be able to control his thoughts and feelings about the event.
The nurse is performing a history and physical examination on a client with chronic
alcoholism. The client has a history of gastritis, esophagitis, elevated liver enzymes,
cardiomyopathy, and pancreatitis. Which of these conditions are attributable to his
Which of the following cultures is comfortable with making direct eye contact?
Explanation: Although Western cultures view direct eye contact as positive, Native American
and Asian cultures may find it rude, and people from these backgrou
A client asks the nurse, "How can I tell if what I am experiencing is just regular worrying and
not an anxiety disorder?" What is the nurse's best response?
"If you are unable to function occupationally and socially because of the anxiety"
A nurse is leading an anger management group in the inpatient program. A client says, "I'm
feeling really tense, and I'm fidgety today." What is the nurse's most appropriate response to
the client's comment?
Explore what is underlying the client's physic
What occurs during the working phase of the nurse-client relationship?
Evaluation of mutually identified goals
Explanation: Evaluation of mutually identified goals occurs in the working phase of the nurseclient relationship. The nurse discusses expectati
A nurse is reviewing the plan of care for a client with anorexia nervosa and notes a behavioral
plan for increasing weight. The nurse correlates this intervention with which nursing
- Imbalanced Nutrition: Less Than Body Requirements