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An acid Fast Bacillus which is pathogenic?

Which term describes the play activity of the preschool aged child?

Which of the following is a late sign associated with oral cancer?

Which explanation to the client by the nurse regarding the use of antibiotics is best?

Which nursing action is essential before the chest X-ray is taken?

Which position is best for the client to be in while the nurse prepares to assess breath sounds?

An adult client who has had asthma since early childhood comes to the emergency department in respiratory distress.

The blood vessel in which the oxygen content is highest in the fetus is?

Which of the following is a potassium sparing diuretics' ?

Which of the following is a mechanical method of contraception?

Ammonia is excreted by the kidney to help maintain?

A blood clot formed in the circulation is?

Kolpik's spot is seen in?

The most common cause of neonatal jaundice on the first day of bith is?

A client with a renal failure is prescribed a low potassium diet. Which food choice would be best for this client?

A client who has been receiving Urokinase (uPA) for deep vein thrombosis is noted to have dark brown urine in the urine collection bag. Which action should the nurse take immediately?

An elderly patient has been taking 80mg of furosemide (Lasix) bid. The nurse notes that the patient’s most recent potassium level is 2.5mEq/L. The nurse should:

The nurse identifies ventricular tachycardia on the cardiac monitor. The patient has a pulse rate of 160 with a regular rhythm. The nurse should give priority to:

The nurse is ready to begin an exam on a nine-month-old infant who is sitting quietly on his mother’s lap. Which should the nurse do first?

When assessing the client’s blood pressure, the nurse should use a cuff with a width that is ____% of the circumference of the extremity.

If the physician wants to check the client’s intraocular pressure (IOP), which instrument should the nurse have available?

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