1. The student nurse learning about cellular regulation understands that which process
occurs during the S phase of the cell cycle?
Doubling of DNA
2. A student nurse asks the nursing instructor what "apoptosis" means. What response by
the instructor is b
Medsurg Chapter 65
1. A nurse cares for a client who is having trouble voiding. The client states, "I cannot urinate in public
places." How should the nurse respond?
a. "I will turn on the faucet in the bathroom to help stimulate your urination."
b. "I ca
Patho Test 5 Notes
Define Hypokalemia, hypernatremia, hypercalcemia.
Hypokalemia- abnormally low level of potassium (K+) ions in the blood
Hypernatremia- abnormally high levels of sodium (Na+) Ions in the blood
Hypercalcemia- serum calcium is greater th
The year is 1952 in fall when the leaves are changing colors from green,orange,yellow,and red. My
mom and I are sitting out back admiring the bright colors with the sun vividly falling out of the sky. We
have done this ever since my dad died in a wreck. M
Patho final study guide
1. Each drug has a generic name (ex. Asa), a trade name (ex. Aspirin), and a chemical name (ex.
2. A syndrome:
Collection of signs and symptoms, often affecting more than one organ.
3. What is the term used to
Patho Chapters 14 & 15 Exam 6
1. The area providing the greatest visual acuity is the
2. Herpes simplex virus is a common cause of
corneal ulceration and scarring
3. How does otosclerosis cause hearing loss?
fixation of the stapes to the o
1.A nurse prepares to teach a client who has experienced damage to the left temporal lobe of the brain.
Which action should the nurse take when providing education about newly prescribed medications to
Sit on the clients right side and speak
Study Guide for Med Surge 1 Test 4
1. The student nurse learns that the most important function of inflammation and immunity is which purpose?
Providing protection against invading organisms
A nurse is assessing an older client for the presence of infe
1. A client has a bluish tinge to the palms, soles, and conjunctivae. Based on these
assessment data, what does the nurse do next?
a.Take a medication history.
b.Assess pulse oximetry.
c.Assess the clients personal hygiene.
d.Palpate the soles and palms.
Cerebrumlargest part of the brain and controls intelligence, creativity and memory
Gray mattercenter that receives information from the thalamus and all the lower areas of the brain.
Broca's areaspeech area
Wernicke's arealanguage area
1.A client is having a myelography. What action by the nurse is most important?
Ensure that informed consent is on the chart.
2.A client is undergoing computed tomography (CT) of a joint. What action by the
nurse is most important before the tes