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AGNP BOARD EXAM QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS – HEMATOLOGY ASSESSMENT If a newborn develops a cephalohematoma, the newborn is at an increased risk for: A twelve-month-old was recently diagnosed with Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS). The mother asks the nurse practitioner: “How could my child have acquired AIDS?” The best response from the nurse practitioner should be that: “Children under two years of age usually acquire AIDS: Which ethnicity is associated with glucose-6-phosphate-dehydrogenase (G-6-PD) deficiency? The blood lead level that requires further testing and monitoring in children is: Which of the following foods contains the LEAST amount of folic acid? Which assessment finding is consistent with pernicious anemia? The infant with the lowest risk of developing elevated levels of bilirubin is the one who: Patients who develop pica have a deficiency in: Which of the following symptoms is associated with iron deficiency anemia? Folic acid deficiency is an example of which type of anemia? Which situation would put the patient at the LEAST risk for developing lead toxicity? Which patient is most likely to carry the alpha thalassemia anemia trait? Hemophilia type A is a deficiency of factor: A child with sickle cell anemia presents with a history of sudden onset of rapid breathing with left upper quadrant (LUQ) tenderness upon palpation. The child is most likely experiencing a (an): The nurse practitioner differentiates physiologic jaundice from pathologic jaundice by assessment of the: A symptom of severe hemorrhagic shock (Class IV) does NOT include: An assessment finding in a patient diagnosed with von Willebrand disease is: The nurse practitioner should base a response to a parent’s question about the prognosis of acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) on which of the following statements? The parents of a child with sickle cell anemia are asking for information about future pregnancies. The nurse practitioner should respond by telling them that with any future pregnancy they will have a: Which one of the following does NOT produce anemia of chronic disease? An example of a vaso-occlusive crisis of the pulmonary vasculature seen in patients with sickle cell anemia is: The most common malignancy diagnosed in children is: When educating a patient about iron replacement, the provider advises to take the supplement: A possible assessment finding in patients taking oral iron supplements for anemia is:

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