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NR 511 Week 5 Quiz (March 2020)

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1. Question: A 55-year-old female presents to the clinic with complaints of left hand and wrist pain and swelling after a slip and fall on the ice yesterday. On examination, the clinician notes tenderness at the “anatomical snuffbox.” This finding most likely indicates which of the following? 2. Question: A 28-year-old male presents to the clinic for follow-up from the emergency department, where he was seen for right forearm pain 3 days ago. He works as a carpenter and is right hand domina...

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NURSING 1 EXAM 1 - nursing and nutritional principals study guide (summarized)

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NURSING 1 EXAM 1 study guide Osteomalacia - Diagnostic procedures for Osteomalacia Symptoms of Osteomalacia At risk for Osteoma Treatment for Osteomalacia Paget's disease Symptoms of Paget's disease Diagnostic procedures for Paget's disease Treatment of Paget's disease Bisphosphonates: Alendronate (Fosamax) Osteomyelitis Patients at risk for Osteomyelitis Symptoms of Osteomyelitis Diagnostic procedures for Osteomyelitis Treatment of Osteomyelitis Nursing Interventions with ...

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NURSING 21: NCLEX-RN EXAM TEST BANK RATIONALE (UPDATED) A+ Guide.

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NURSING 21 NCLEX-RN EXAM TEST BANK 1001 Which electrolyte abnormalities would the nurse expect to occur while working with a client who just sustained partial- and full-thickness burns? 1) Decreased sodium and increased potassium 2) Increased calcium and decreased potassium 3) Decreased magnesium and increased sodium 4) Increased sodium and decreased potassium 1002 The nurse provides teaching to a client after the removal of a short leg cast. T...

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NCLEX: Respiratory, Neuro, GI, Ortho Cardio GI, Endocrine, Integumentary (2020) Complete solution Test Bank.

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NCLEX: Respiratory, Neuro, GI, Ortho Cardio GI, Endocrine, Integumentary Integumentary NCLEX A client with dermatitis has been prescribed a topical corticosteroid for use on the affected areas, and the nurse has reinforced instructions about the use of this medication. Which statement by the client indicates a need for further teaching? Collagenase (Santyl) is prescribed for a client with a severe burn to the hand. The nurse provides instructions to the client regarding the use of the medica...

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Nursing 212 | West Virginia University Institute of Technology, ATI Final Exam (2019/20) Already Graded A.

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ATI Final Exam Nursing 212 West Virginia University Institute of Technology Attempt score- 100% • Before donning gloves to perform a procedure, proper hand hygiene is essential. The nurse understands that the most important aspect of hand hygiene is the amount of • A nurse is demonstrating postoperative deep breathing and coughing exercises to a client about to undergo emergency abdominal surgery for appendicitis. The nurse realizes the client may be unprepared to learn if the client • A ...

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Adult Health Exam Practice Question (Neurological) ( Latest ) (Verified Answers by GOLD rated Expert, Download to Score A)

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Adult Health Exam Practice Question (Neurological) 1. The nurse is assessing the motor function of an unconscious client. The nurse should plan to use which technique to test the client's peripheral response to pain? 1. Sternal rub 2. Nail bed pressure 3. Pressure on the orbital rim 4. Squeezing of the sternocleidomastoid muscle 2. The nurse is caring for the client with increased intracranial pressure. The nurse would note which trend in vital signs if the intracranial pressure is rising? ...

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NURSING 5141: Alterations of Cardiovascular Function. 100%

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Before donning gloves to perform a procedure, proper hand hygiene is essential. The nurse understands that the most important aspect of hand hygiene is the amount of A nurse is demonstrating postoperative deep breathing and coughing exercises to a client about to undergo emergency abdominal surgery for appendicitis. The nurse realizes the client may be unprepared to learn if the client A client comes to the emergency department reporting that he has had diarrhea for 4 days and is urinating less ...

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Adult Health Exam Question (Latest)-Neurological (Already graded A)

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Adult Health Exam Practice Question (Latest)-Neurological 1. The nurse is assessing the motor function of an unconscious client. The nurse should plan to use which technique to test the client's peripheral response to pain? 1. Sternal rub 2. Nail bed pressure 3. Pressure on the orbital rim 4. Squeezing of the sternocleidomastoid muscle 2. The nurse is caring for the client with increased intracranial pressure. The nurse would note which trend in vital signs if the intracranial pressure is ri...

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