NR601 / NR601 Final Exam (Latest 2020): Chamberlain College Of Nursing (Already Graded A)
NR601 Final Exam (version 1) / NR601 Final Exam (Latest 2020): Chamberlain College Of Nursing (Already Graded A)
"Which FSH value is consistent with complete cessation of ovarian function?"
A. Less than 10
D. Greater than 40
Diabetes is one of the leading causes of which disease:
A chronic lung disease
B kidney failure
D cardiac death.
Which antihypertensive medication can be used to treat hot flashes in menopause?
B. Clonidine However it has adverse effects such as dry mouth, drowsiness and hypotension which may make it undesirable.
What is the least diabetogenic statin?
Bence Jones proteins found in a urinalysis may be indicative of:
C. Multiple myeloma
D. All of the above
What is the first line medication for new type 2 diabetic?
Protein on a urinalysis usually has a renal pathology, specific to which renal structure?
B. Renal cortex
What is the hA1C goal for diabetic patients with complex health status (multiple chronic conditions)?
B. <8.0 Its B. VERY complex is 8.5. I feel like that's tricky
D. < 9
Type 2 diabetes factors include?
D. Liver disease
Gastric bypass surgery can be performed on a patient with a BMI off.
D. 25- 29
Signs of indicative abuse includes?
1) Weight Gain
2) Poor Hygiene
3) Lack of control
4) Increase interested in daily activities
What age related changes does NOT affect urologic functioning?
A. Decreased bladder capacity
B. Normal aging
C. Increased PVR urine volume
D. Increased urethral resistance
Painful, irregular-shaped,deep red ulcers with a red halo and undermined edges. Which STD is most likely?
B. HSV (Herpes)
C. Chancroid (Haemophilus ducreyi)
D. Molluscum contagiosum (Pox virus)
What is the average BG level of a HB A1C of 9.5?
A way I remember this is know that an A1C of 6 is always 126 and add 14 to get your next AIC bG level.
Which STI increases in those over the age of 50 years old?
B. HSV (Herpes)
Which type of incontinence is a result of bladder hypermobility?
Especially for those who have had vaginal deliveries. Pee when you sneeze/cough. Do some kegals to manage
What test can detect interstitial cystitis?
A. Potassium sensitivity
B. Sodium sensitivity
D. Bladder ultrasound
What is the first line opioid for dyspnea?
A male complains of dysuria. Urinalysis is positive for nitrates, leukocyte esterase, and bacteria. Which medication should be given?
A Doxycycline X 7 days
B Trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole X 7-10 days
C Ciprofloxacin X 3 days
D Nitrofurantoin X 14 day
Which patient is a contraindication for Cipro?
B 19 years old
What is the difference between palliative care and hospice services?
A. Hospice is provided with life expectancy of six months or less
B. Palliative care can be involves at any stage of illness.
C. Palliative care integrates psychological and spiritual aspects of care throughout the illness from diagnosis to death
D. All of the above.
The Crede’s maneuver is an effective management in which UI?
Which UI is associated due to UTI, vaginitis, bladder stones, and tumors?
Which of the following is not part of the SPIKES protocol?
Answer is B
P actually stands for perception (Kennedy page 496
What is a common characteristic of dysuria-pyuria syndrome (acute urethral syndrome)?
A. Painful urination
B. WBCs on microscopic UA
C. Absence of positive bacterial culture
D. All of the above
Often caused by Chlamydia
Contraindication for testosterone therapy injection, all EXCEPT:
A. Liver disease
B. Mercury allergy
C. Latex allergy
D. Prostrate cancer
If the testosterone level is below 300, what is the next step?
A. Order a serum prolactin level
B. Initiate testosterone therapy
C. Repeat the level in 1 month
D. Refer to urologist
All of the following labs should be ordered in a patient with complaints of ED EXCEPT:
A. Lipod profile
B. CMP and obviously add a testosterone level to those labs
D. Fasting blood sugar
Risk factors for urinary in continence include:
B. Residing in long term care setting
C. Cognitive impairment
D. Female gender
E. All of the above Kennedy of 84. UI. Is twice as common in women as men incidence increases with age being institutionalized and those with a deficit in ADLs
A patient with impaired glucose intolerance is at an increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes within how many years of onset?
A) 2 to 5 years
B) 5 to 10 years
C) 3 to 6 years
D) within 1 year
What is the most commonly identified infectious agent or toxic insult in a person with genetic predisposition for DM1?
B.) Congenital Rubella
C.) Chicken pox
D.) MMR vaccine while pregnant
All are contraindications of Metformin except
C. Renal disease
When should insulin therapy begin in the management of DM2?
B. If A1C is >9.0 and symptomatic
C.If A1C is >8% and asymptomatic
D. Patients with DM2 do not require insulin therapy.
Which A1C indicates strong glycemic control?
A patient who is experiencing menopausal symptoms and has a uterus can be treated with?
A. Estrogen-only therapy
B. Estrogen plus progestin
C. Neither are recommend
D. Either one can be used
Viagra: how long after injection does it last?
A. 15-45 minutes
B. 30-60 minutes
C. 60-90 minutes
D. 90- 120 minutes
Viagra: how often can it be used?
A. Every 24 hours, 2-3 times/week
B. Every 24 hours, 4-5 times/week
C. Every 12 hours, 2-3 times/week
D. Every 12 hours, 4-5 times/week
The trasdermal testosterone gel or solution (AndroGel) can be applied to?
C. Upper arm
Testosterone implantable pellets (Testopel) produce steady blood levels if implanted into the subcutaneous tissue:
C. Every 5-6 months
D. Every 3-4 months
Which is true regarding nitrates and Viagra(Sildenafil)?
A. Nitrates are alway contraindicated with Viagra
B. Can give nitrites within 12 hours of taking Viagra
C. Must wait 24 hours after taking Viagra to give nitrites
D. There are no restrictions when giving the 2 medications
A patient presents with complaints of changes in behavior (socially inappropriate, easily frustrated, impulsive), language dysfunction, and difficulty reading and writing. Which type of dementia would you suspect?
A. Lewy Body/Parkinson S
B. Frontotemporal lobe/Picks Disease
C. Vascular Dementia
D. Mixed Dementia
Which is true regarding early onset dementia?
A. It affects those 65 and younger
B. It affects those 55 and younger
C. It is usually familial
D. A & C
Which ethinc group is at the highest risk for developing Alzheimers disease?
A. African American
D. A and C
Ok this is one of those weird which is MOST right questions. According to the study guide I have, both AA and Hispanic are more at risk than Caucasian, but AA are twice as likely to develop it? If anyone finds anything confiming this let me know. Confusing