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BLOOD post test

Fragments of cells in the bloodstream that break down on exposure to injured tissue and begin that chain reaction leading to a blood clot are known as: a. Platelets b. Leukocytes c. Erythrocytes d. Red Blood Cells

In general, the higher the RBC count;

a. b. c. d.

The higher the blood pH The greater the blood viscosity The lower the hematocrit The less it contributes to immunity

The physician orders 2 units of blood to be infused for a client who is bleeding. Before blood administrations the nurses highest priority should be: a. Obtaining the clients vital signs b. Allowing the blood to reach room temperature c. Monitoring the hemoglobin and hematocrit levels d. Determining proper typing and cross matching of blood

The nurse should plan to teach a client with pancytopenia caused by chemotherapy to: a. Begin a program of aggressive, strict mouth care b. Avoid traumatic injuries and exposure to any infection c. Increase oral fluid intake to a minimum of 3000 ml daily d. Report any unusual muscle cramps or tingling sensations in the extremities

Antibodies are produced by: a. Eosinophils b. Plasma cells c. Erythrocytes d. Lymphocytes

When explaining the therapeutic regimen of vitamin B12 for pernicious anemia to a client the nurse should explain that: a. Weekly Z-track injections provide needed control b. Daily intramuscular injections are required for control c. Intramuscular injections once a month will maintain control d. Oral tablets of vitamin B12 taken daily will keep the symptoms under control

Which nursing diagnosis should the nurse expect to see in a plan of care for a client in sickle cell crisis? A. Altered nutrition: Less than body requirement r/t poor intake B. Sleep pattern disturbance r/t external stimuli C. Impaired skin integrity r/t pruritus D. Pain r/t sickle cell crisis

The nurse is teaching a client who will be discharged soon how to change a sterile dressing on the right leg. During the teaching session, the nurse notices redness, swelling, and induration at the wound site. What do these signs suggest?
A. B. C. D. Infection Dehiscence Hemorrhage Evisceration

A Schilling test is ordered for a client who is suspected of having pernicious anemia. The nurse recognizes that the primary purpose of the Schilling test is to determine the clients ability to: a. Store vitamin B12 b. Digest vitamin B c. Absorb vitamin B12 d. Produce vitamin B12

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A. B. C. D. A B AB O