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NUR 2233 EXAM 3 WITH VERFIED ANSWERS AND CORRECT RATIONALE

NUR 2233 EXAM 3 WITH VERFIED ANSWERS  AND CORRECT RATIONALE

NUR 2233 EXAM 3 WITH VERFIED ANSWERS
AND CORRECT RATIONALE



A pediatric patient appears to have stomatitis and is slightly underweight. What
teaching should the nurse include when educating the parents?

A. Make the child only eat foods that are hot
B. Do not force the child to eat food
C. Try to trick the child into eating vegetables
D. Recommend the child only eat cold foods - ANSWER-B. Do not force the child to eat
food

A patient's lab results reveal his platelets are less than 150,000. Which medication is
the HCP most likely to administer?

A. Neumega
B. Epogen
C. Mesnex
D. Neupogen - ANSWER-A. Neumega

A 29-year-old male patient with a history of alcoholism has been prescribed Disulfiram
(Antabuse). His girlfriend tells the nurse he gets "extremely sick" (nausea and vomiting)
every time he takes the medication. She says all forms of alcohol (beer, wine, and
liquor) have been removed from their house. Furthermore, "his license has been
revoked and his keys have been confiscated. He is not able to drive to a liquor store."
How should the nurse respond?

A. Explain to the nurse that nausea and vomiting are normal side effects of this
medication but will eventually subside
B. Tell the girlfriend that he probably has other means of transportation to the liquor
store
C. Ask the girlfriend to consider other sources of alcohol such as mouthwash, hand
sanitizer, or other products that may be in their house
D. Explain to the girlfriend he might have an allergic reaction to the medication and his
HCP will be notified - ANSWER-C. Ask the girlfriend to consider other sources of alcohol
such as mouthwash, hand sanitizer, or other products that may be in their house

Rationale: Check all liquid forms of medications (read labels), look for fumes, or even
cleaning agents because these substances may contain alcohol

The parents of a 4-year-old boy, who has sickle cell anemia disease, ask the nurse what
the best action is they can take to prevent him from having a sickle-cell-crisis. How
should the nurse respond?

A. Prevent outdoor activities
B. Try to avoid social interactions
C. Try to avoid stressful situations
D. Try not wear too many layers of clothing on a chilly day - ANSWER-C. Try to avoid
stressful situations



A pediatric patient appears to have stomatitis and is slightly underweight. What
teaching should the nurse include when educating the parents?

A. Make the child only eat foods that are hot
B. Do not force the child to eat food
C. Try to trick the child into eating vegetables
D. Recommend the child only eat cold foods - ANSWER-B. Do not force the child to eat
food

A patient's lab results reveal his platelets are less than 150,000. Which medication is
the HCP most likely to administer?

A. Neumega
B. Epogen
C. Mesnex
D. Neupogen - ANSWER-A. Neumega

A 29-year-old male patient with a history of alcoholism has been prescribed Disulfiram
(Antabuse). His girlfriend tells the nurse he gets "extremely sick" (nausea and vomiting)
every time he takes the medication. She says all forms of alcohol (beer, wine, and
liquor) have been removed from their house. Furthermore, "his license has been
revoked and his keys have been confiscated. He is not able to drive to a liquor store."
How should the nurse respond?

A. Explain to the nurse that nausea and vomiting are normal side effects of this
medication but will eventually subside
B. Tell the girlfriend that he probably has other means of transportation to the liquor
store
C. Ask the girlfriend to consider other sources of alcohol such as mouthwash, hand
sanitizer, or other products that may be in their house
D. Explain to the girlfriend he might have an allergic reaction to the medication and his
HCP will be notified - ANSWER-C. Ask the girlfriend to consider other sources of alcohol
such as mouthwash, hand sanitizer, or other products that may be in their house

Rationale: Check all liquid forms of medications (read labels), look for fumes, or even
cleaning agents because these substances may contain alcohol

The parents of a 4-year-old boy, who has sickle cell anemia disease, ask the nurse what
the best action is they can take to prevent him from having a sickle-cell-crisis. How
should the nurse respond?

A. Prevent outdoor activities
B. Try to avoid social interactions
C. Try to avoid stressful situations
D. Try not wear too many layers of clothing on a chilly day - ANSWER-C. Try to avoid
stressful situations

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