The movement of an extremity away from the midline of the body is called
Correct Answer - A
The term unicompartmental knee arthroscopy is also referred to as
a. partial knee replacement.
b. removal o
The day following surgery, the nurse notes bloody drainage on the dressing. The nurse will record this
Correct Answer: sanguineous
The nurse explains that the advantage of the occlusive dressing is that it
Correct Answer: keeps the incision mo
The term used to describe a disease where there has been a partial or complete
disappearance of clinical and subjective characteristics of the disease is
d. remission. Correct answer- D
Remission means there has been p
Where is urine formed?
Correct Answer - A
Which of the following are functions of the Kidney? Select all that apply.
A. Maintaining acid-base balance
B. Removal of waste products
C. Regulation of the blood volu
which hormone is secreted by the anterior pituitary gland Correct Answer: C.
which hormone increases the rate of cell division Correct Answer: c. growth hormone
which hormone lowers the blood glucose level by enabling cells to
The patient in early labor says to the nurse: "I will pass on protection from diseases and the
baby will not ever need any shots." The best response by the nurse would be:
A. Babies are born with innate (natural) immunity at birth
B. Babies are born with
Female infertility is most often related to
a. systemic disease.
b. hormonal abnormalities.
c. abnormal reproductive structures.
d. infections of the reproductive tract.
Correct Answer - D
A 22-year-old female patient is diagnosed with an STD. She says,
The nurse explains that the neural synapse refers to the:
a. length of time it takes for afferent neurons to carry impulses to the CNS.
b. length of time it takes for efferent neurons to carry impulses to the motor neurons.
c. space between the axons an
The client has scabies. In addition to standard precautions, which information is most important to communicate to
visitors and health care providers?
Do not allow children to visit.
Wear gloves when entering the room.
Wear a mask when within 3 f
The nurse is caring for a patient who reports feeling constipated, yet passes frequent small liquid stools.
Which of the following actions should the nurse take?
a. Explain that liquid stools indicate diarrhea.
b. Administer an antidiarrheal medication.