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AGNP BOARD EXAM QUESTION AND ANSWERS – HEMATOLOGY PRESCRIPTION.GRADED A+
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AGNP BOARD EXAM QUESTIONS Hematology Prescription (17 Questions) Folic acid (vitamin B9) is used to treat: When taking corticosteroids for the treatment of immune thrombocytopenia, stopping them abruptly could result in: The most common side effect of ferrous sulfate is: Another name for vitamin B12 is: Folic acid (vitamin B9) is: After correcting a decreased hemoglobin in a patient who has iron deficiency anemia, oral iron supplementation should be continued for at least: Folic acid is also k...

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NSG 6320 AGNP BOARD EXAM (latest) CARDIOVASCULAR PRESCRIBING (113 Questions and Answers) – South University Savannah | 100% CORRECT ANSWERS
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NSG 6320 AGNP BOARD EXAM (latest) CARDIOVASCULAR PRESCRIBING (113 Questions and Answers) – South University Savannah Question: Signs and symptoms of digitalis toxicity include:    constipation and muscle spasms.      bradycardia and tinnitus.      headache and dizziness.      blurred vision and persistent diarrhea.   Explanation: Signs and symptoms of digitalis toxicity include: confusion, irregular pulse, loss of appetite, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, fast heart beat, an...

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AGNP BOARD EXAM QUESTION AND ANSWERS – HEMATOLOGY ASSESSMENT.GRADED A+
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AGNP BOARD EXAM QUESTIONS Hematology Assessment ( 24 Questions) 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-dehy...

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NSG 6320 AGNP BOARD EXAM QUESTIONS (latest) Orthopedics Assessment (317 Questions) – South University Savannah | 100% CORRECT ANSWERS
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NSG 6320 AGNP BOARD EXAM QUESTIONS (latest) Orthopedics Assessment (317 Questions) – South University Savannah Question: The axioscapular group of muscles include which one of the following?    Supraspinatus      Trapezius      Subscapularis      Pectoralis major   Explanation: The axioscapular group attaches the trunk to the scapula and includes the trapezius, rhomboids, serratus anterior, and levator scapulae. The scapulohumeral group of muscles extends from the scapula ...

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NSG 6320 AGNP BOARD EXAM (latest) _ Dermatology Prescription (100 Questions and Answers) – South University Savannah | 100% CORRECT ANSWERS
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NSG 6320 AGNP BOARD EXAM (latest) _ Dermatology Prescription (100 Questions and Answers) – South University Savannah Question: Systemic ivermectin (Stromectol), classified as an antiparasitic,:    is primarily excreted in the urine.      crosses the blood-brain barrier.      has a high concentration in the liver.      is not well absorbed.   Explanation: Systemic ivermectin (Stromectol) is well absorbed and is primarily excreted in the feces. It is distributed and highly ...

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AGNP BOARD EXAM WITH ANSWERS – SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED ASSESSMENT
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AGNP BOARD EXAM QUESTIONS Sexually Transmitted Assessment (23 Questions) Which is NOT a type of diagnostic test for human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)? Which sexually transmitted disease (STD) is known as a ‘silent’ infection and often lacks abnormal physical examination findings? What is the gold standard method for diagnosing bacterial vaginosis (BV)? What is the sexually transmitted disease (STD) caused by infection with Haemophilus ducreyi and characterized by painful necrotizing genita...

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AGNP BOARD EXAM: Hematology Prescription (17 Questions with Answers and Explanations)
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AGNP BOARD EXAM: Hematology Prescription (17 Questions with Answers and Explanations)

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AGNP BOARD EXAM QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS – MEN’S HEALTH ASSESSMENT
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AGNP Board Exam Questions and Answers – Men’s Health Assessment (17 Questions) When palpating the prostate gland during the rectal exam, the prostate feels tender, swollen, “boggy,” and warm. This finding is consistent with: A 31-year-old man with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection states that he has been having urinary frequency, hesitancy, fever, and nocturia. Considering his medical history, he should be evaluated for: A 30-year-old man who has a history of heart disease wi...

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NSG 6320AGNP BOARD EXAM QUESTIONS Hematology Assessment ( 24 Questions){GRADED A} LATEST 2020
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NSG 6320 AGNP BOARD EXAM QUESTIONS Hematology Assessment ( 24 Questions) f 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-phospha...

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