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201 Nursezone Medical-surgical Nursing Final Coaching Part 2 (1 To 25)

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201 NurseZone Medical-Surgical Nursing Final Coaching Part 2 (1 to 25)

  
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1.  SITUATION: Nurses frequently manage skin disorders independently; therefore, a thorough knowledge of the use of topical medication and therapies is crucial. Because much of the needed skin care is provided by the client or family member, the nurse must use excellent teaching skills to convey the necessary self-care information   Nurse See is implementing a teaching plan to a group of adolescents regarding the causes of acne. Which of the following is the most appropriate nursing statement regarding the cause of this disorder?
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2.  SITUATION: Nurses frequently manage skin disorders independently; therefore, a thorough knowledge of the use of topical medication and therapies is crucial. Because much of the needed skin care is provided by the client or family member, the nurse must use excellent teaching skills to convey the necessary self-care information   A client is using Isotretinoin (accutane). The nurse provide instruction to the client regarding administration of the medication. Which statement of the client would indicate a need for further teaching regarding the use of this medication?
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3.  SITUATION: Nurses frequently manage skin disorders independently; therefore, a thorough knowledge of the use of topical medication and therapies is crucial. Because much of the needed skin care is provided by the client or family member, the nurse must use excellent teaching skills to convey the necessary self-care information   A clinic nurse is reviewing healthcare records of clients scheduled to be seen by a dermatologist. The nurse determines that which of the following individuals is at the greatest risk for development of an integumentary disorder?
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4.  SITUATION: Nurses frequently manage skin disorders independently; therefore, a thorough knowledge of the use of topical medication and therapies is crucial. Because much of the needed skin care is provided by the client or family member, the nurse must use excellent teaching skills to convey the necessary self-care information   A nurse is caring for a client with cellulitis (inflammation of the tissues) of the lower left leg. The nurse anticipates that which of the following will be prescribed for the client?
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5.  SITUATION: Nurses frequently manage skin disorders independently; therefore, a thorough knowledge of the use of topical medication and therapies is crucial. Because much of the needed skin care is provided by the client or family member, the nurse must use excellent teaching skills to convey the necessary self-care information   The nursing staff is seating in the lounge taking their morning break. A nursing assistant tells the group that she thinks that the wife of a client has herpes. The nursing assistant proceeds to tell the nursing staff that she contracted it from her husband who is supposedly a drug addict. Which legal tort has the nursing attendant violated?
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6.  SITUATION: The Community Health Nurse conducts a health promotion program regarding testicular cancer to community members   The nurse determines that further information needs to be provided if a community member states that which of the following is a sign of testicular cancer?
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7.  SITUATION: The Community Health Nurse conducts a health promotion program regarding testicular cancer to community members   A nurse is instructing a client to perform a testicular self examination. The nurse instruct the client:
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8.  SITUATION: The Community Health Nurse conducts a health promotion program regarding testicular cancer to community members   Mr. Theodore approached the nurse and reports a lump the size and shape of a pea when he performed testicular self examination. The most appropriate nursing statement to the client would be? “That’s important to report even though it might not be serious” “That could be cancer. I’ll ask the doctor to examine you” “Let me know if it gets bigger next month” “Lumps like that are normal; don’t worry?”
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9.  SITUATION: The Community Health Nurse conducts a health promotion program regarding testicular cancer to community members   The mode of treatment for the client with prostate cancer is hormone therapy. The nurse understands that the goal of this form of treatment is to:
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10.  SITUATION: The Community Health Nurse conducts a health promotion program regarding testicular cancer to community members   A client has undergone prostatectomy. The nurse provides discharge instructions to the client and tells the client to:
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11.  SITUATION: Cancer therapy has progressed rapidly in the last half of the century. Many cancers once considered incurable are now controlled with a variety of combination therapies   A client is suspected of an ovarian tumor. She is scheduled for pelvic ultrasound. The nurse provides which pre-procedure instruction to the client?
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12.  SITUATION: Cancer therapy has progressed rapidly in the last half of the century. Many cancers once considered incurable are now controlled with a variety of combination therapies   A nurse assesses a client with advanced ovarian cancer. She recognizes which symptom as typical of the disease?
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13.  SITUATION: Cancer therapy has progressed rapidly in the last half of the century. Many cancers once considered incurable are now controlled with a variety of combination therapies   Lilo, a hospice nurse, visits a client dying of ovarian cancer. During the visit, the client tells the nurse “If I can just live long enough to attend my daughter’s graduation, I’ll be ready to die.” Which phase of coping is this client experiencing?
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14.  SITUATION: Cancer therapy has progressed rapidly in the last half of the century. Many cancers once considered incurable are now controlled with a variety of combination therapies   A client will be undergoing hysterectomy. The nurse would include which of the following activities in the nursing care plan for the client on the day of surgery?
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15.  SITUATION: Cancer therapy has progressed rapidly in the last half of the century. Many cancers once considered incurable are now controlled with a variety of combination therapies   The nurse reviews the client’s health record and notes that the client has latex allergy. She develops a plan of care for the preoperative client. Which intervention would be included?
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16.  SITUATION: Because diabetes is chronic, nursing management focuses on teaching the client and family how to manage the disorder on a day-to-day basis and how to assess for complications   Mr. Hernandez, a 45 year old bachelor is newly diagnosed with diabetes mellitus and has been stabilized with insulin injections daily. A nurse prepares a discharge teaching plan regarding the insulin. The teaching plan should reinforce which of the following concepts?
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17.  SITUATION: Because diabetes is chronic, nursing management focuses on teaching the client and family how to manage the disorder on a day-to-day basis and how to assess for complications   Nurse Helen teaches a patient with DM about differentiating between hypoglycemia and ketoacidosis. Patient demonstrates that she understands the teaching by stating that glucose will be needed if which of the following symptoms develop?
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18.  SITUATION: Because diabetes is chronic, nursing management focuses on teaching the client and family how to manage the disorder on a day-to-day basis and how to assess for complications   Nurse Elena is monitoring a client receiving chlorpropamide (Diabinase). She knows that which of the following is not a therapeutic outcome for this client?
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19.  SITUATION: Because diabetes is chronic, nursing management focuses on teaching the client and family how to manage the disorder on a day-to-day basis and how to assess for complications   Elena notes that a client with type 1 DM has lipodystrophy on both upper thighs. The nurse would appropriately inquire if the client:
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20.  SITUATION: Because diabetes is chronic, nursing management focuses on teaching the client and family how to manage the disorder on a day-to-day basis and how to assess for complications   Nurse Genie is instructing a client how to mix regular insulin and NPH insulin in the same syringe. Which of the following actions, if done by the client denotes need for further teaching?
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21.  SITUATION: Because diabetes is chronic, nursing management focuses on teaching the client and family how to manage the disorder on a day-to-day basis and how to assess for complications   A client post hypophysectomy is complaining of thirst and urinary frequency. The initial nursing action would be to:
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22.  SITUATION: Because diabetes is chronic, nursing management focuses on teaching the client and family how to manage the disorder on a day-to-day basis and how to assess for complications   A nurse is caring for a patient after hypophysectomy. The nurse notices clear nasal drainage from the client’s nostril. The initial nursing action would be to:
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23.  SITUATION: Because diabetes is chronic, nursing management focuses on teaching the client and family how to manage the disorder on a day-to-day basis and how to assess for complications   After several diagnostic tests, a patient is diagnosed with diabetes insipidus. Nurse Diana performs assessment of the patient, knowing that which symptom is indicative of this disorder?
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24.  SITUATION: Because diabetes is chronic, nursing management focuses on teaching the client and family how to manage the disorder on a day-to-day basis and how to assess for complications   A client, diagnosed with diabetes insipidus, is receiving vasopressin. The nurse monitors the client, knowing that which of the following is the therapeutic effect of the medication?
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25.  SITUATION: Because of the complexity of brain disorders and the emotional reactions of the client and family members to these problems, neurologic nursing is one of the most challenging areas of nursing practice   Vasopressin (pitressin) is prescribed for a client with diabetes insipidus. Nurse Gino is particularly cautious in monitoring the client in receiving this medication if the client has which of the following pre-existing conditions?
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