Health care Quizzes & Trivia
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Sample QuestionPlacing a resident in good alignment means you should
A nurse is a person who gives medical and other attention to a sick person. Patient safety is the cornerstone of high-quality health care. Knowledge in basic physical care is an important foundation for a nurse in training....
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Sample QuestionA client has a tumor of the posterior pituitary gland. The nurse planning his care should include which interventions? Select all that apply.
This quiz is to assess the care of central lines.
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Sample QuestionOf the following, which line would be considered a central line?
Health care research. This will inform all. This is so interesting.
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Sample QuestionWhat is your age?
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Sample QuestionHow many certified PAs are there in the United States?
Comprehensive NRS 146
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Sample QuestionBladder Training may be the most helpful in the prevention and management of which type of incontinence?
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Sample QuestionAustralia is a member/ supporter of which WHO initiatives:
How much do you know about HCR?
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Sample QuestionWhat metallic tier includes cost-sharing subsideies?
Read the following ACP article and complete the quiz by choosing the single most appropriate answer to the question.Article link:https://rms1.newinnov.com/Administration/GetFile.aspx?File=16B646D128E0817650F08CEF8BB9E14E
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Sample QuestionA 40-year-old female with hypertension presents to your office for a routine examination. She has no new complaints today. Her blood pressure is well controlled with hydrochlorothiazide. During your examination, you counsel her on the need to consider screening for breast cancer with a mammogram. The patient asks, in addition, if you will screen her for ovarian and gastric cancer as she had two friends who died of these illnesses. You review her family history, which is unremarkable except for breast cancer in a great aunt diagnosed at age 78. You explain that screening for cancer is evidence based, includes both benefi ts and potential harms, and is not done for every type of cancer. Which of the following are principles that should guide the creation of guidelines?
Palliative care, a specialized approach towards treatment through medical and nursing care of ill people and their families. The basic motive behind this to improve the life of both the patient and their families. In order to...
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Sample QuestionHow many analog scales are in the Edmonton Symptoms Assessment Scale(ESAS)?
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Sample QuestionWith respect to Statement 1, which of the following is the most likely effect of management’s decision to expense rather than capitalize these expenditures?
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Sample QuestionTo be considered MTM, 5 key components are required. Which of the following are components? (Check all that apply)
Nursing Interventions and Clinical Skills (5th Edition) by Perry, Potter and Elkin, pages 376-400. For any questions please email [email protected]
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Sample QuestionDefinition of mobility