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Chapter 46: Structure, Function, and Disorders of the Integument TestBank

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Chapter 46: Structure, Function, and Disorders of the Integument TestBankChapter 46: Structure, Function, and Disorders of the Integument TestBankChapter 46: Structure, Function, and Disorders of the Integument TestBankChapter 46: Structure, Function, and Disorders of the Integument TestBankChapter ...

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Chapter 44: Alterations of Musculoskeletal Function TESTBANK

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Chapter 13: Cancer Epidemiology TESTBANK

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Chapter 37 Structure and Function of the Renal and Urologic Systems TESTBANK

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Chapter 37 Structure and Function of the Renal and Urologic Systems TESTBANK

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Chapter 47: Alterations of the Integument in Children TESTBANK

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Test Bank Chapter 8- Disorders of Fluid, Electrolyte, and Acid-Base Balance NURS 3365

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1. A client develops interstitial edema as a result of decreased: A) Vascular volume B) Hydrostatic pressure C) Capillary permeability D) Colloidal osmotic pressure Ans: D Feedback: Edema can be defined as palpable swelling produced by an increased interstitial fluid volume. The physiologic...

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Test Bank Chapter 18- Disorders of Blood Flow and Blood Pressure NURS 3365

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1. A client asks, “Why do I have clogged arteries but my neighbor has higher 'bad cholesterol' levels and yet he is just fine?” The health care provider bases the reply on which of the following physiological principles about lipoprotein? A) “Your neighbor probably has higher amounts of goo...

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Test Bank Chapter 20- Heart Failure and Circulatory Shock NURS 3365

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1. When lecturing to a group of students about the pathophysiological principles behind heart failure, the instructor explains that cardiac output represents: A) Strength of the right ventricular pump to move blood B) The amount of blood the heart pumps each minute C) The amount of blood pumped o...

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Test Bank Chapter 19- Disorders of Cardiac Function NURS 3365

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1. The plaques in a client's coronary arteries are plentiful, and most have small- to moderate-sized lipid cores with thick fibrous caps. This form of atherosclerosis is most closely associated with which of the following diagnoses? A) Stable angina B) Non–ST-segment elevation MI C) ST-segment...

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Test Bank Chapter 14- Mechanisms of Infectious Disease NURS 3365

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1. A hospital client was swabbed on admission for antibiotic-resistant organisms and has just been informed that methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) is present in his groin. The client has a normal core temperature and white blood cell count. This client is experiencing: A) Infection...

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Test Bank Chapter 22- Respiratory Tract Infections

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Test Bank Chapter 22- Respiratory Tract Infections 1. The “cold viruses” are rapidly spread from person to person. The greatest source of spread is: A) Fingers B) Sneezing C) Plastic toys D) Eye mucosa Ans: A Feedback: Cold viruses have been found to survive for more than 5 hours on th...

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Test Bank Chapter 23- Disorders of Ventilation and Gas Exchange

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1. A client with a history of emphysema is experiencing hypoxemia after a taxing physical therapy appointment. Which of the following physiologic phenomena will occur as a consequence of hypoxemia? A) Peripheral vasodilation B) Necrosis C) Hypoventilation D) Increased heart rate Ans: D Feedba...

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NURS 3320 Chapter 50- Diabetes Mellitus and the Metabolic Syndrome

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1. Which of the following statements best describes an aspect of the normal process of glucose metabolism? A) Blood glucose levels are primarily a result of the timing, quantity, and character of food intake. B) Ingested glucose that is not needed for cellular metabolism circulates in the blood un...

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NURS 3320 Chapter 40- Disorders of Acid-Base Balance

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1. A male patient with a history of heavy alcohol use has been admitted to hospital for malnutrition and suspected pancreatitis. The patient's diagnostic workup suggests alcoholic ketoacidosis as a component of his current health problems. He is somewhat familiar with the effect that drinking has h...

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NURS 3320 Chapter 48- Mechanisms of Endocrine Control

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1. ` A) Some chemical substances can function as hormones or be integrated with the central and peripheral nervous systems. B) Hormones directly initiate many of the processes that contribute to homeostasis. C) Control of body processes is ensured by the fact that a single hormone can only exert ...

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