1.After teaching a group of nursing students about fluoroquinolones, the instructor
determines that the teaching was successful when they identify which of the following as
an example? Select all that apply.
1.When teaching the patient about preventing recurrent urinary tract infections, the nurse
should include the following statements:
Avoid voiding immediately after sexual intercourse.
Drink liberal amounts of fluids.
Void every 6
1.A woman who presents with dimpling of the right breast states that it occurred in the last
two weeks. She has not performed a breast self-examination. What assessment should the
Evaluate the patient's milk production C) Order an immedi
1.The nurse is obtaining a health history on a 20-year old female who is currently taking
miconazole (Monistat). The nurse knows that this medication is used to treat which of the
following medical conditions?
1.After teaching a group of nursing students about sulfonamides, the instructor determines
that the teaching was successful when the students identify which of the following as an
example of a sulfonamide antibiotic? Select all that apply.
1.A client receiving which of the following would the nurse identify as being at increased
risk for candidal infections? Select all that apply.
1.The patient with renal insufficiency is aware that renal function depends upon the
functional status of nephrons and asks the nurse when she will need to start dialysis based
upon loss of nephron function. The nurse responds:
"When about 50%
1.The nurse is aware that a patient with liver failure often requires vitamin therapy. Which
vitamin does the liver require for the synthesis of prothrombin?
A) Vitamin B12 B) Vitamin A C) Vitamin D D) Vitamin K
2.What assessment finding will
1.The nurse of a patient diagnosed with acute glomerulonephritis. is aware that the patient
may exhibit which of the following clinical manifestations?
Decrease in serum creatinine levels
2.The patient is a 48-
1.The nurse assesses the patient with Hashimoto's thyroiditis. Which of the following
symptoms accompanies hypothyroidism?
Numbness and tingling in the fingers C) Palpitations
D) Flushed skin
2.A patient is diagnosed with Graves' diseas
1.The nurse informs a patient who asks where the body forms blood cells responds that
blood cells are formed in the:
A) Spleen B) Kidneys C) Bone marrow D) Liver
2.A patient complains of a heavy menstrual flow. Because red blood cell production
1.After teaching a group of nursing students about penicillins, the instructor determines that
the teaching was successful when the students identify which of the following as a group?
Select all that apply.
1.Mr. Jones, an 80-year-old male with newly diagnosed primary hypertension, has just been
started on a beta-blocker. In addition to teaching Mr. Jones about his medication, ie, side
effects, purpose, and schedule, the nurse should also focus her teachi
1.The nurse recognizes that the brain regulates swallowing. Damage to this area of the
brain will affect the patient's ability to swallow:
A) Temporal lobe B) Medulla oblongata C) Cerebellum D) Pons
2.The dietitian who is meeting with a patient experienci
1. Five functions of integumentary system
a. Protects the body's internal living tissues and organs
b. Protects the body against abrupt changes in temperature
c. Protects against invasion by infectious organisms
d. Helps dispo
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A Case Study in Physiology
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Part 1-The Hospital
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The World of Tattoos
By Alexandria and Constance Phillips
I. History of tattoos (3 min)
1. Introduction (30 sec)
2. First Known tattoos ( 90 sec)
Tattoos around the world(90sec)
II. Cultural Significance (Then vs. Now)(3 min)
1. Then (cultural
Correctly complete each statement by choosing the appropriate anatomical term from the
In the anatomical position, the knees are on the
1.A patient is diagnosed as having elevated cholesterol level. The nurse is aware that plaque
on the inner lumen of arteries is composed chiefly of:
Lipids and fibrous tissue
D) High-density cholesterol
1.Blood is ejected into the circulation as the chambers of the heart become smaller. The
nurse recognizes that the importance of this action of the heart is as:
A) Systole B) Diastole C) Hypertension D) Ejection fraction
2.The electrical condu
1.Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) belongs to a group of viruses known as
retroviruses. Which of the following patients is at the greatest risk of contracting HIV?
Injecting drug user
C) Blood transfusion recipient in 1995
1.The patient has been diagnosed with a peptic ulcer. The patient asks the nurse, What is a
peptic ulcer? Which of the following best describes a peptic ulcer?
Inflammation of the lining of the stomach
Erosion of the lining of the stomach or i
1.Which of the following may develop in the patient when ketone bodies accumulate in
A) Hypovolemia B) Polyuria C) Diabetic ketoacidosis D) Blurred vision
2.Which of the following criteria would support checking blood levels
1.While assessing a typical patient with cholecystitis who complains of localized pain, the
nurse asks if the pain has radiated to the:
A) Left upper arm B) Lower abdomen C) Neck or jaw D) Right shoulder
2.The critical care nurse admitting a 5
1.A school nurse teaching a human sexuality course for a group of high school students
provides an overview of the role of hormones in sexual development. Which of the
following hormones does the nurse teach is the most important for developing and
1.A 75-year-old woman develops infectious diarrhea which has been cultured as
Clostridium difficile. Based on the woman's age and the type of organism, the nurse
would suspect the woman is:
1.A nurse is caring for a patient with mitral stenosis. Based on the pathophysiology of this
disease process, the nurse would expect the patient to exhibit which of the following
Normal sinus rhythm
C) Atrial fibrillation
1.The school nurse teaching a health promotion class to high-school students informs the
group that health may be defined as:
Being disease free
Having fulfilling relationships
Having a clean drinking source and nutritious food
1.How should the nurse determine the correct length of a nasogastric tube for placement
into the stomach?
Place the distal tip to the nose, then the ear tip and the end of the xyphoid process.
Instruct the patient to lie prone and measure tip
1.The nurse is caring for a patient with a collection of fluid in the tunica vaginalis of the
testes. What term defines this condition?
A) Cryptorchidism B) Orchitis C) Hydrocele D) Prostatism
2.The nurse is caring for an uncircumcised 78-year-old male wh
Matching: Match the term to the description
I = interphase P = prophase M = metaphase A = anaphase T = telophase
_A_1. The sister chromatids are moving apart.
_P_ 6. Animal cells begin to pinch in.
_P_2. The nuclear membrane fades from v