pharm ch 4 nclex

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pharm ch 4 nclex
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2013-09-12 12:03:36
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  1. which racial group is predicted to be nearly one in three US residents by 2050
    A. african american
    B. hispanic
    C. white
    D. asian
    B. hispanic
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  2. a nurse has been asked to participate in an elective procedure that violates the nurse's personal ethical principles.  the nurse should
    a. refuse to participate
    b. ask to switch assignees with another nurse
    c. speak to the nursing manager or supervisor
    d. preform the procedure
    • a. refuse to participate
    • c. speak to the manager or supervisor
  3. a patient is undergoing major surgery and asks the nurse about a living will.  he states 'i don't want anybody making decisions for me and i don't want to prolong my life'  the patient is demonstrating
    A. veracity
    B. justice
    C. autonomy
    D. beneficence
    C. autonomy
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  4. when caring for an elderly Chinese patient, the nurse recognizes that which of these cultural issues may influence the care of this patient?
    A. radiographs are seen as a break in the soul's integrity
    B. hospital diets are interpreted as being healing and helathful
    C. the use of heat may be an important practice for this patient
    D. being hospitalized is a source of peace and socialization.
    C. the use of heat may be an important practice for this patient.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  5. a patient is being counseled for possible participation in a clinical trial for a new med.  after the patient meets with the physician, the nurse is asked to obtain the patient's signature on the consent forms.  the nurse knows that this informed consent indicates which of the following?
    A. the patient has recieved only the info that will help make the clinical trial a success
    B. once therapy has begun the patient can't withdraw from the clinical trial
    C. the patient has been informed of all potential hazards and benefits of the therapy
    D. no matter what happens the patient will not be able to sue the researchers for damages
    C. the patient has been informed of all potential hazards and benefits of the therapy
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  6. a jap patient says a drug causes strong reactions when her and her family take it, but it never does that to her white friends that take it.  the nurse recognizes that because of this trait which statement applies?
    A. she may need higher doses
    B. these situations vary greatly and hers may not be cause for concern
    C. she may need to lower dosages of the medications prescribed
    D. she should not receive these meds
    C. she may need to lower dosages of the medications prescribed
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  7. when evaluating polymorphism and medication administration, the nurse considers which factors?  select all that apply
    a. nutritional status
    b. drug route
    c. pt ethnicity
    d. cultural beliefs
    e. pt age
    • a. nutritional status
    • c. patients ethnicity
    • d. cultural beliefs
    • e. pt age

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