Study Group Question - Do you think you know it? - page 65

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  1. by   KAYBDT6
    a pt is treated for tb and rx inh for treatment. which statement is true?
    1-pt should take the drug until the sputum turn negative
    2-pt should take the drug for one year
    3-pt should take the drug for the rest of his life
    4-pt should take the drug if the skin show non

    what intervent'n can the nurse take to help dcr s/e of dry mouth in a pt who is rx cipro
    1-ofter fluid -
    2-offer ice cube
    3-provide medication that will dcr salivation
    4-rinse mouth with mouthwash

    what instrucion should the nurse give to a pt who is taken cipro
    1-report ringing in the ear to your hcp
    2-report blurry vision to your hcp
    3-drink 2l of fluid while taken cipro
    4-if you notice stomach upset take antacid




  2. by   MH24
    a pt is treated for tb and rx inh for treatment. which statement is true?
    1-pt should take the drug until the sputum turn negative- pt should have 3 negative sultures

    2-pt should take the drug for one year
    3-pt should take the drug for the rest of his life
    4-pt should take the drug if the skin show non

    what intervent’n can the nurse take to help dcr s/e of dry mouth in a pt who is rx cipro
    1-ofter fluid –
    2-offer ice cube
    3-provide medication that will dcr salivation
    4-rinse mouth with mouthwash

    what instrucion should the nurse give to a pt who is taken cipro
    1-report ringing in the ear to your hcp
    2-report blurry vision to your hcp- one of the less common side effect
    3-drink 2l of fluid while taken cipro
    4-if you notice stomach upset take antacid

    hope i did ok
  3. by   KAYBDT6
    [quote=mh24;3880111]
    a pt is treated for tb and rx inh for treatment. which statement is true?
    1-pt should take the drug until the sputum turn negative- pt should have 3 negative sultures

    2-pt should take the drug for one year pt should take the drug for 9months - 1yr
    3-pt should take the drug for the rest of his life
    4-pt should take the drug if the skin show non-reactive test

    what intervent'n can the nurse take to help dcr s/e of dry mouth in a pt who is rx cipro
    1-ofter fluid -
    2-offer ice cube
    3-provide medication that will dcr salivation
    4-rinse mouth with mouthwash

    what instruction should the nurse give to a pt who is taken cipro
    1-report ringing in the ear to your hcp not ringing aminoglycoside and asa causes ringing but tinnutus
    2-report blurry vision to your hcp- one of the less common side effect not photosensitivity but photophobia such as diplopia or double vision
    3-drink 2l of fluid while taken cipro -
    4-if you notice stomach upset take antacid- affect the drug absorption

    hope i did ok
  4. by   KAYBDT6
    a nurse just administer an initial dose of 10,000 heparin sq to a pt. what will the nurse do next
    1- initiate bleeding precaution
    2- check ptt
    3- chart the medication as administer
    4- check for availability of protamine sulphate

    a nurse is preparing to administer an injection to an adult pt. what is the maximum volume the nurse can safely injected in one im injection
    1- 1cc
    2- 2cc
    3- 3cc
    4- 4cc

    a nurse reports to her shift with smell of alcohol. what is the best action the nurse working with her on the same shift should take
    1- tell the nurse you smell alcohol and she's not fit to work
    2- inform the charge nurse of the nurse alcohol smell
    3- ignore her once she is alert
    4- avoid the nurse and evaluate her level of care

    during a 24 hour urine specimen collection. what should th nurse do with the first and last specimen
    1- discard both first and last specimen sample
    2- included both first and last specimen sample
    3- first specimen should be discarded and last specimen should be included in the sample
    4- first specimen included in the sample and last specimen discarded
  5. by   simi001
    a nurse just administer an initial dose of 10,000 heparin sq to a pt. what will the nurse do next
    1- initiate bleeding precaution

    2- check ptt should be prior to giving heparin
    3- chart the medication as administer
    4- check for availability of protamine sulphate should be prior to give heparin

    a nurse is preparing to administer an injection to an adult pt. what is the maximum volume the nurse can safely injected in one im injection
    1- 1cc
    2- 2cc
    3- 3cc
    4- 4cc

    a nurse reports to her shift with smell of alcohol. what is the best action the nurse working with her on the same shift should take
    1- tell the nurse you smell alcohol and she's not fit to work
    2- inform the charge nurse of the nurse alcohol smell
    3- ignore her once she is alert
    4- avoid the nurse and evaluate her level of care

    during a 24 hour urine specimen collection. what should th nurse do with the first and last specimen
    1- discard both first and last specimen sample
    2- included both first and last specimen sample
    3- first specimen should be discarded and last specimen should be included in the sample

    4- first specimen included in the sample and last specimen discarded
  6. by   KAYBDT6
    [quote=simi001;3883317]
    a nurse just administer an initial dose of 10,000 heparin sq to a pt. what will the nurse do next
    1- initiate bleeding precaution
    there is no indication the pt is bleeding because these is an initial dose
    2- check ptt should be prior to giving heparin
    3- chart the medication as administer -document
    4- check for availability of protamine sulphate should be prior to give heparin- unless the pt is having drug toxicity

    a nurse is preparing to administer an injection to an adult pt. what is the maximum volume the nurse can safely injected in one im injection
    1- 1cc
    2- 2cc
    3- 3cc
    4- 4cc

    a nurse reports to her shift with smell of alcohol. what is the best action the nurse working with her on the same shift should take
    1- tell the nurse you smell alcohol and she's not fit to work
    2- inform the charge nurse of the nurse alcohol smell
    3- ignore her once she is alert
    4- avoid the nurse and evaluate her level of care

    during a 24 hour urine specimen collection. what should th nurse do with the first and last specimen
    1- discard both first and last specimen sample
    2- included both first and last specimen sample
    3- first specimen should be discarded and last specimen should be included in the sample

    4- first specimen included in the sample and last specimen discarded
  7. by   KAYBDT6
    where will the nurse palpate when assessing the pt above the umbilicus
    1- hypogastic area
    2- iliac area
    3- epigastric
    4- sub-gastric area

    a pt is scheduled for a laminectomy. the nurse should demonstrate what action pre-opt
    1- use of a trapeze
    2- contour position
    3- traction apparatus
    4- logrolling technique
  8. by   simi001
    where will the nurse palpate when assessing the pt above the umbilicus
    1- hypogastic area
    2- iliac area
    3- epigastric
    4- sub-gastric area

    a pt is scheduled for a laminectomy. the nurse should demonstrate what action pre-opt
    1- use of a trapeze
    2- contour position
    3- traction apparatus
    4- logrolling technique


  9. by   KAYBDT6
    [quote=simi001;3883599]
    where will the nurse palpate when assessing the pt above the umbilicus
    1- hypogastic area lower abdomen
    2- iliac area
    3- epigastric upper above
    4- sub-gastric area

    a pt is scheduled for a laminectomy. the nurse should demonstrate what action pre-opt
    1- use of a trapeze
    2- contour position
    3- traction apparatus
    4- logrolling technique
  10. by   KAYBDT6
    the most cancer of the female reproductive tract is
    1- cervical cancer
    2- endometrial cancer
    3- fallopian cancer
    4- ovarian cancer

    a pt has inflammation of the testes.show sx of high fever, edema and reddness in his testes. what organisms causes the sx
    1- e-coli
    2- herpes virus
    3- cytomegalovirus
    4- mumps

    a male report to the nurse, he's having problem with sexual intercourse and also c/o penis curving during erection
    1- phimosis
    2- lateral phimosis
    3- pyrogens
    4- peyronies

    a pt c/o heartburn after eating and swallowing. what is this called
    1- achalasia
    2- hiatal hernia
    3- pyloric stenosis
    4- gastric cancer
  11. by   simi001
    the most cancer of the female reproductive tract is
    1- cervical cancer
    2- endometrial cancer
    3- fallopian cancer
    4- ovarian cancer

    a pt has inflammation of the testes.show sx of high fever, edema and reddness in his testes. what organisms causes the sx
    1- e-coli
    2- herpes virus
    3- cytomegalovirus
    4- mumps

    a male report to the nurse, he's having problem with sexual intercourse and also c/o penis curving during erection
    1- phimosis
    2- lateral phimosis
    3- pyrogens
    4- peyronies

    a pt c/o heartburn after eating and swallowing. what is this called
    1- achalasia
    2- hiatal hernia
    3- pyloric stenosis
    4- gastric cancer
  12. by   KAYBDT6
    [quote=simi001;3886609]
    the most cancer of the female reproductive tract is
    1- cervical cancer
    2- endometrial cancer
    3- fallopian cancer
    4- ovarian cancer

    a pt has inflammation of the testes.show sx of high fever, edema and reddness in his testes. what organisms causes the sx
    1- e-coli
    2- herpes virus
    3- cytomegalovirus
    4- mumps

    a male report to the nurse, he's having problem with sexual intercourse and also c/o penis curving during erection
    1- phimosis
    2- lateral phimosis
    3- pyrogens
    4- peyronies

    a pt c/o heartburn after eating and swallowing. what is this called
    1- achalasia
    2- hiatal hernia
    3- pyloric stenosis
    4- gastric cancer
  13. by   KAYBDT6
    a pediatric infant is born with a myelomeningocele and have an intact sac. what will be the primary nursing care the nurse will focus on to prevent complication
    1- respiratory infections
    2- hypoglycemia
    3- meningitis
    4- neurogenic bladder

    a school age child is placed in a left long leg cast. how will the nurse monitor this client for the development of compartmental syndrome
    1- palpate the right posterior tibial pulse and compare with the right dorsalis pedis
    2- check the cast for tightness by inserting fingers between the skin and the cast
    3- count the dorsalis pedis pulse and notify charge nurse if pulse rate decreases
    4- assess ability to distinguish sharp and dull sensations in left foot

    a nurse is preparing to administer heparin subcutaneously to a pt.. where should be the preferred administration site for this medication
    1- upper outer aspect of the gluteus maximus
    2- at a 45 degree angle in the deltoid
    3- 1 to 2 inches from the umbilicus.
    4- outer quadrant of the vastus lateralis.






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