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  1. In which step of the nursing process are nursing interventions carried out?
    Implementation
  2. Which of the following is an independent nursing action? Admin meds, giving a back massage, ordering a heating pad and applying it, assisting a physical therapist by helping a patient with exercises?
    Back massage
  3. At a minimum, long-term care facilities require written documentation of a patient�s problem or nursing diagnosis every
    week
  4. Revision of the nursing care plan involves
    inactivitating resolved problems
  5. The goal of an outcome-based quality improvement (OBQI) program is to
    improve patient outcomes
  6. Regarding construction and use of nursing care plans,
    nursing students use nursing care plans for their assigned patients
  7. A nursing audit
    must occur in every hospital to maintain accreditation.
  8. Before carrying out a specific intervention in the patient plan of car, a nurse should
    Identify any potential dangers
  9. What is true regarding delegation?
    Delegation occurs when LPN transfers the authority to perform a nursing duty to unlicensed assisted personnel
  10. As a charge nurse, it is recommended that an LPN have
    the ability to recognize significant changes in a patient�s condition
  11. Preoperative and postoperative orders are acceptable if
    the preoperative orders include the exact procedure to be performed
  12. Young, immaturepolymorphnuclear neutrophils are called
    bands
  13. A nurse is giving instructions to a patient who will have a cardiac catherization. What should the nurse include in the teaching?
    A catheter is inserted into a vein o r artery and is threaded into the heart
  14. An EEG is done to diagnose which disorder?
    Epilepsy
  15. Hyponatremia may be caused by
    CHF
  16. What may cause hyperkalemia?
    Renal failure
  17. A patient has end stage COPD. What acid base issue would they have?
    Respiratory acidosis
  18. What is correct about MyPyramid?
    To consume 2-4 servings of fruit daily and 3 of dairy
  19. Which nutrient plays a role in maintaining fluid balance, transportation of nutrients and antibody production?
    Protein
  20. Which nutrient is essential for metabolism and cellular function?
    Minerals
  21. Which oil contains omega 3 fatty acids?
    Soybean oil
  22. A Muslim will not eat
    pork
  23. A post operative diet includes
    clear liquids when bowel sounds are audible
  24. A patient with a history of alcohol abuse is likely to have
    thiamine deficiency
  25. Which feeing tube would be placed in the small intestine?
    Jejunostomy tube

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