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1.  The nurse is caring for a male client with cirrhosis. Which assessment findings indicate that the client has deficient vitamin K absorption caused by this hepatic disease?
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2.  Which condition is most likely to have a nursing diagnosis of fluid volume deficit?
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3.  A female client with dysphagia is being prepared for discharge. Which outcome indicates that the client is ready for discharge?
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B.
C.
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4.  Which diagnostic test would be used first to evaluate a client with upper GI bleeding?
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5.  A female client with viral hepatitis A is being treated in an acute care facility. Because the client requires enteric precautions, the nurse should:
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B.
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6.  While a female client is being prepared for discharge, the nasogastric (NG) feeding tube becomes clogged. To remedy this problem and teach the client’s family how to deal with it at home, what should the nurse do?
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7.  A male client is recovering from an ileostomy that was performed to treat inflammatory bowel disease. During discharge teaching, the nurse should stress the importance of:
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B.
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8.  A male client has undergone a colon resection. While turning him, wound dehiscence with evisceration occurs. The nurse’s first response is to:
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