A patient admitted for myocardial infarction without cardiac muscle damage.
A post-operative coronary bypass patient. recovering on schedule.
A patient with a history of ventricular tachycardia and syncopal episodes.
A patient with a history of atrial tachycardia and fatigue.
The patient is allergic to shellfish.
The patient has a pacemaker.
The patient suffers from claustrophobia.
The patient takes anti-psychotic medication.
The patient is somnolent with decreased response to the family.
The patient suddenly complains of chest pain and shortness of breath.
The patient has developed a wet cough and the nurse hears crackles on auscultation of the lungs.
The patient has a fever. chills. and loss of appetite.
The patient will be admitted to the medicine unit for observation and medication.
The patient will be admitted to the day surgery unit for sclerotherapy.
The patient will be admitted to the surgical unit and resection will be scheduled.
The patient will be discharged home to follow-up with his cardiologist in 24 hours.
Monitor for fever every 4 hours.
Require visitors to wear respiratory masks and protective clothing.
Consider transfusion of packed red blood cells.
Check for signs of bleeding. including examination of urine and stool for blood.
Bulging anterior fontanel.
Signs of sleepiness at 10 PM.
Inability to read short words from a distance of 18 inches.
Small blue-white spots are visible on the oral mucosa.
The rash begins on the trunk and spreads outward.
There is low-grade fever.
The lesions have a “teardrop-on-a-rose-petal” appearance.
Scarlet fever is caused by infection with group A Streptococcus bacteria.
“Strawberry tongue” is a characteristic sign.
Petechiae occur on the soft palate.
The pharynx is red and swollen.
It is the correct dose.
The dose is too low.
The dose is too high.
The dose should be increased or decreased. depending on the symptoms.
Normally. the testes are descended by birth.
The infant will likely require surgical intervention.
The infant probably has with only one testis.
Normally. the testes descend by one year of age.