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HYPERTHYROIDISM IS ALSO KNOW AS
GRAVES' DISEASE
RATIONALE FOR USING PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE (INDERAL) IN MANAGEMENT OF PATIENTS WITH CIRRHOSIS OF THE LIVER?
TO PREVENT BLEEDING FROM ESOPHAGEAL VARICES.
S/S MOST CHARACTERISTIC OF ACUTE PYELONEPHRITIS
FLANK PAIN
A PATIENT WITH HYPOTHYROIDISM WHO IS TAKING HORMONE REPLACEMENT THERAPY MAY BE AT RISK FOR WHAT?
HYPERGLYCEMIA
FOLLOWING A THYROIDECTOMY, IT IS MOST IMPORTANT TO ASK THE PATIENT WHAT QUESTION TO ASSESS FOR BLEEDING?
DO YOU HAVE A FEELING OF FULLNESS AT YOUR INCISION SITE?
PRIORITY INTERVENTION FOR A PATIENT WITH HYPERTHYROIDISM WHO IS STARTED ON INDERAL?
MONITOR PULSE AND PULSE PRESSURE.
PATIENT TAKING SYNTHROID FOR HYPOTHYROIDISM. HOW LONG TO ACHIEVE FULL EFFECT?
10 DAYS
NURSING INTERVENTION TO IMPROVE NUTRITIONAL STATUS OF A PATIENT WITH GRAVES' DISEASE?
PROVIDE THE PATIENT WITH A QUIET ATMOSPHERE DURING MEALS.
PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECT T4?
INCREASED NEUROMUSCULAR RESPONSE
FINDING EXPECTED IN PATIENT WITH HYPERPARATHYROIDISM?
FATIGUE
WHAT CAUSES FATIGUE IN PATIENT WITH HYPERPARATHYROIDISM?
CALCIUM IS CONCENTRATING IN BLOODSTREAM.
PRIORITY INTERVENTION FOR A PATIENT WITH THYROID STORM AND A NURSING DIAGNOSIS OF ALTERED BODY TEMPERATURE?
APPLY HYPOTHERMIA BLANKET.
WHAT IS THE CAUSE OF PHEOCHROMOCYTOMA?
CATECHOLAMINE PRODUCING TUMOR.
OLDER PATIENTS WITH HYPERTHYROIDISM COMMONLY PRESENT WITH WHAT?
DIFFUSE PRURITUS.
INTERVENTION MOST LIKELY TO ENHANCE COMFORT OF A PATIENT WITH HYPERTHYROIDISM?
PROVIDE COOL ENVIRONMENT.
DECREASED ERYTHROPOETIN SECONDARY TO END-STAGE RENAL DISEASE (ESRD) CAUSES WHAT?
SHORTNESS OF BREATH
PATIENT WITH ADRENAL INSUFFICIENCY IS DIZZY AND EXPERIENCING NEUROMUSCULAR IRRITABILITY AND CONFUSUSION. WHAT LABORATORY FINDING WOULD YOU EXPECT?
HYPONATREMIA
WHAT CLINICAL MANIFESTATION WOULD YOU EXPECT IN PATIENT WITH GRAVES' DISEASE?
NERVOUSNESS
WHAT TYPE OF PATIENT IS AT RISK FOR GALLSTONES?
OBESE
WHAT IS THE ANTIDEPRESSANT EFFECT?
MOOD ELEVATOR
PATIENT WITH CIRRHOSIS OF THE LIVER AT END STAGE SHOULD BE MONITORED FOR WHAT?
ASCITES
WHAT LAB VALUE IS ELEVATED IN THE END STAGE OF CIRRHOSIS OF THE LIVER?
AMMONIA
PRIMARY NURSING DIAGNOSIS FOR PATIENT WITH ANOREXIA?
ALTERED NUTRITION: LESS THAN BODY REQUIREMENTS
WHAT SHOULD BE MEASURED WHEN ASSESING A PATIENT WITH LIVER CIRRHOSIS?
ABDOMINAL GIRTH
DIAPHORESIS, TACHYCARDIA, AND HYPOTENTION ARE CLINCIAL SIGNS OF WHAT?
HYPOGLYCEMIA
CLINCIAL MANIFESTION OF CUSHING'S SYNROME?
EDEMA (KIDNEY PROBLEMS)
FOOD RESTRICTIONS WHILE ON MAO INHIBITORS?
MSG (MONOSODIUM GLUTAMATE)
AFTER THYROIDECTOMY, MONITOR FOR?
HYPOGLYCEMIA
MOST IMPORTANT NURINSG INTERVENTION OF PATIENT WITH ACUTE PANCREATITIS?
MAINTAIN FLUID AND ELECTROYTE BALANCE
PRIMARY NURSING ACTIONS FOR PATIENT WITH ANOREXIA?
GIVE SUPPORT AT MEALTIME AND RECORD AMOUNT EATEN.
PATIENT WITH ACUTE RENAL FAILURE. POSSIBLE CLINICAL MANIFESTION IS:
METABOLIC ACIDOSIS
ERICKSON PSYCHOSOCIAL DEVELOPMENTAL STAGE FOR A 10 YEAR OLD?
INDUSTRY VS. INFERIORITY
SIGNS FOUND IN PATIENT WITH HEPATITS A?
DARK URINE, CLAY-COLORED STOOLS, YELLOW SKIN
WHAT SHOULD BE RESTRICTED BEFORE A 24-HOUR VMA URINE TEST COLLECTION?
COFFEE, TEA, COLA (CAFFEINE)
DIET FOR PATIENT WITH GLOMERULONEPHRITIS?
LOW PROTEIN
WHAT IS THE BEST WAY FOR THE NURSE TO DEAL WITH A DEPRESSED PATIENT?
TO INITIATE COMMUNICATION.
WHAT IS THE CAUSE WHEN THE BODY CAN'T ABSORB FAT AND VITAMIN k?
BILE DUCT OBSTRUCTION
PRIMARY NURSING ACTION IN PATIENT WITH BIPOLAR DISORDER?
TO PREVENT INJURY
PATIENT HAS INTRAPERITONEAL SHUNT. WHAT ASSESSMENT FINDING SHOULD THE NURSE REPORT?
INCREASED ABDOMINAL GIRTH
A MAN IS DIAGNOSED WITH HAVING PARANOID DELUSIONS. ACCORDING TO ERIKSON, THIS MAN FAILED WHAT DEVELOPMENTAL TASK?
TRUST VS. MISTRUST
A symptom of autism childhood onset (2 years old) is:
Unable to focus due to impulsiveness and inattention
The blood level in hypoparathyroidism will show what?
Decrease in calcium
WHAT CAUSES ANEMIA IN PATIENT WITH CHRONIC RENAL FAILURE?
ERYTHROPOETIN PRODUCTION BY KIDNEYS DECREASES
APPROPRIATE NURSING DIAGNOSIS FOR PATIENT WITH EXOTHALMUS?
BODY IMAGE DISTURBANCE
NURSING INTERVENTION TO PROMOTE ADEQUATE NUTRTION INTAKE FOR PATIENT WITH GRAVES' DISEASE?
PROVIDE RELAXED, QUIET ENVIRONMENT
WHAT CLINICAL SIGN DO YOU EXPECT TO SEE IN A PATIENT WHO HAS A HIGH LEVEL OF VASOPRESSIN?
EDEMA
NON-PHARMACOLOGICAL PAIN MANAGEMENT FOR SICKLE CELL CRISIS
APPLY LOCAL HEAT TO THE JOIN AND ANTICIPATE PAIN.
A NURSING INTERVENTION FOR MILD HYPOTHYROIDISM IS
TO PROMOTE ACTIVITY
NUTRITION NEEDS FOR GRAVES' DISEASE
HIGH CALORIE DIET
PATIENT IS HYPERVIGILANT AND HAS DEJAVU. THESE ARE S/S OF WHAT?
POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER
DISCHARGE INSTRUCTIONS FOR PATIENT WITH LIVER CIRRHOSIS
USE SOFT BRISTLE TOOTHBRUSH
ANGRY PATIENT IS ACTING OUT. WHAT SHOULD NURSE DO?
SET LIMITS AND REDIRECT ANGER
IN DIABETIC KETOACIDOSIS, KUSSMAULS BREATHING IS DONE TO:
GET RID OF CO2
WHAT DRUG IS USED TO DRY SECRETIONS BEFORE SURGERY?
ATROPINE SULFATE
LAB TEST GIVING THE MOST SPECIFIC INDICATION OF KIDNEY DISEASE?
SERUM CREATININE
A THIAMINE DEFICIENCY IF SEEN IN WHAT TYPE OF PATIENT?
ALCOHOLIC
A PATIENT WITH RENAL CALCULI SHOULD NOT DRINK WHAT?
MILK
WHAT ARE ABNORMAL LAB VALUES IN A PATIENT WITH LAENNEC'S CIRRHOSIS?
LIVER FUNCTION TEST IS ELEVATED
WHY WOULD A PATIENT'S PROLIXIN BE DISCONTINUED?
IF SERUM CREATININE AND/OR IS ABNORMAL AND WBC ARE DEPRESSED
ANTABUSE (DISULFIRAM) TREATMENT IS USED TO:
PREVENT SPORADIC DRINKING IMPULSES
WHAT S/S WILL BE EVIDENT IN THE OLIGURIC PHASE OF RENAL FAILURE?
HYPERNATREMIA
WHAT LAB TESTS SHOULD BE DRAWN FOR A PATIENT ABOUT TO START LITHIUM THERAPY?
BEST ANSWER IS LIVER FUNCTION TEST; ALSO, CARDIAC ENZYMES
THE ONSET OF ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE SYMPTOMS MAY BE DESCRIBED AS?
INSIDIOUS
ABRUPT WITHDRAWAL OF STEROID TREATMENT CAUSES WHAT?
ADDISON'S DISEASE
WHAT BODY IMAGE DISTURABNCE WOULD A PATIENT WITH CUSHING'S SYNROME HAVE?
TOOTHPICK EXTREMITIES
IMPROVEMENT IS INDICATED IN PATIENT WITH GLOMERULONEPHRITIS WHEN THERE IS A DECREASED IN WHAT?
ESR
MA YELOMENINGOCELE CAUSES WHAT IN THE THE LOWER EXTREMITIES?
FLACCID PARALYSIS
MEDICATION FOR NAUSEA AND VOMITING DUE TO CHOLECYSTITIS?
COMPAZINE, MECLAZINE, TIGAN
WHAT MED IS GIVEN TO PATIENT WITH ADDISON'S DISEASE?
IV CORTISOL
WHY IS IV CORTISOL GIVEN TO PATIENT WITH ADDISON'S DISEASE?
FOR PROFOUND HYPOTENSION
PAIN MED USED IN ACUTE PANCREATITIS?
DEMEROL
CLINICAL SIGN OF DECREASED AMMONIA LEVEL
DECREASED CONSCIOUSNESS
WHAT HORMONE IS DEFICIENT IN PATIENT WITH DIABETES INSIPIDUS?
ANTIDIURETIC HORMONE (ADH)
WHY WOULD TINGLING OF THE FINGERS AND EXTREMITIES BE REPORTED AFTER A THYROIDECTOMY?
DAMAGE TO THE PARATHYROID GLAND
EXPECTED OUTCOME OF KAYEXALATE THERAPY
DECREASED POTASSIUM LEVEL

TEST TIP: DO NOT SELECT HYPOKALEMIA
PATENCY OF AV SHUNT IN HEMODIALYSIS IS CONFIRMED BY PRESENSE OF A?
BRUIT
WHAT IS THE MEDICAL DIAGNOSIS FOR A PATIENT WITH PROTEIN ABSORPTION PROBLEMS?
LIVER DISORDER
ACUTE PANCREATITIS LAB VALUES WOULD INDICATE WHAT?
INCREASED GLUCOSE AND LIPIDS AND DECREASED CALCIUM AND POTASSIUM
CONGENITAL DISLOCATION OF THE HIP CLINICAL MANIFESTATIONS ARE:
GLUTEAL FOLDS WITH DEEPER CREASES APPARENT ON AFFECTED SIDE AND HIP ABDUCTION (ORTOLANI'S CLICK)
NURSING ACTION FOR DEPRESSED PATIENT WITH NUTRITIONAL PROBLEMS?
STAY WITH PATIENT DURING MEAL
NURSING ACTION FOR PATIENT BEFORE PARACENTESIS?
LET PATIENT VOID FIRST
A CHILD FAILS TO GROW ABOVE THE THIRD PERCENTILE IN TWO YEARS. WHAT IS THE CLINICAL MANIFESTATION?
HYPOPITUITARISM
INTERVENTION FOR PATIENT WITH GALACTOSEMIA
DO NOT GIVE DAIRY PRODUCTS
SIGN OF TRANSPLANT REJECTION?
HYPERTENSION
TREATMENT FOR PSYCHOGENIC AMNESIA
HYPNOSIS
CLINICAL MANIFESTIONS OF DIABETES INSIPIDUS
POLYDIPSIA, POLYURIA, SPECIFIC GRAVITY 1.001-1.005, HIGH SERUM OSMOLALITY
WHY USE LUGOL'S SOLUTION BEFORE A THYROIDECTOMY?
TO DEVASCULARIZE THE GLAND
HOW SHOULD PATIENT BE POSITIONED AFTER A LIVER BIOSPY?
ON RIGHT SIDE WITH PILLOW UNDERNEATH
POST-OP CONDITION AT RISK FOR AFTER REMOVAL OF GALLBLADDER?
ATELECTASIS
HOW DO YOU WASH THE FEET OF A DIABETIC PATIENT?
IN TEPID WATER AND PAT DRY; DON'T FORGET BETWEEN TOES
NURSING INTERVENTION FOR PATIENT WITH ESOPHAGEAL BALLOON TAMPONADE (20mmHg)?
KEEP SCISSORS AT BEDSIDE TO CUT TIP
WHAT LABS SHOULD BE CHECKED BEFORE LIVER BIOPSY?
PT AND PLATELETS
DRUG OF CHOICE FOR MANIC-DEPRESSION
LITHIUM
PATIENT WITH ESOPHAGEAL VARICES SHOULD BE CHECK FOR?
PORTAL HYPERTENSION
DEFINITIVE DIAGNOSITC TEST FOR DIABETES
GTT(GLUCOSE TOLERANCE TEST)
WHAT IS THE CHEMICAL PROCESS THAT OCCURS TO CAUSE KETONES TO APPEAR IN URINE?
FAT DESTRUCTION
NURSING ACTION FOR PATIENT EXPERIENCING ANXIETY?
TO REDUCE STIMULI
CLINICAL SIGN OF ESOPHAGEAL VARICES IS:
HEMATEMESIS
CLINICAL MANIFESTATIONS OF PATIENT WITH DIABETES KETOACIDOSIS?
KUSSMAUL'S BREATHING AND ACETONE BREATH
SIDE-EFFECT OF DILANTIN
GUM HYPERPLASIA
WHAT TYPES OF PRECAUTIONS ARE TAKEN WITH HEPATITIS A PATIENT?
ENTERIC
DIET FOR A PATIENT WITH CHRONIC PANCREATITIS?
LOW-FAT, BLAND
WHAT KIND OF FOODS SHOULD BE GIVEN TO A MANIC-DEPRESSIVE TO SUPPLY ADEQUATE NUTRITION?
FINGER FOODS
PATIENT WITH HYPOPARATHYROIDISM HAS WHAT ELECTROYLTE BALANCE?
HYPOCALCEMIA
PORTAL VEIN HYPERTENSION IS ASSOCIATE WITH WHAT?
LIVER CIRRHOSIS
WHAT IS A LONG-TERM COMPLICATION OF DIABETES MELLITUS?
DIABETIC NEUROPATHY
WHAT IS AGORAPHOBIA?
A FEAR OF OPEN, CROWDED SPACES
A FIXED FALSE BELIEF
A DELUSION
A RARE AND POTENTIALLY FATAL S/E OF ANTIPSYCHOTIC MEDICATION IS?
NEUROLEPTIC MALIGNANT SYNDROME
THE TREATMENT FOR PHOBIA IS CALLED?
DESENSITIZATION
NURSING ACTION FOR PATIENT WITH HYPOTHYROIDISM HAS COLD INTOLERANCE.
GIVE BLANKET
S/S OF ACUTE PANCREATITIS
CONSTANT EPIGASTRIC ABDOMINAL PAIN RADIATING TO THE BACK AND FLANK WHICH IS MORE INTENSE IN SUPINE POSITION
COMPLICATION OF RENAL DIALYSIS
DESTRUCTION OF RBCS
WHAT IS THE SIGN OF OBSTRUCTIV JAUNDICE?
EXCESSIVE ITCHING OF THE SKIN
ADOLESCENT WITH ANOREXIA WITH BODY IMAGE DISTURBANCE. WHAT ACTIVITY WOULD BE APPROPRIATE?
ART CLASS
MUSCLE WEAKNESS, FLACCID PARALYSIS, BRADYCARDIA, OLIGURIA, AND MUSCLE CRAMPS ARE S/S OF WHAT ELECTROLYTE IMBALANCE?
HYPOKALEMIA
MUSCLE WEAKNESS, HYPOTENSION, SHALLOW RESPIRATIONS, APATHY, AND ANOREXIA ARE S/S OF WHAT ELECTROLYTE IMBALANCE?
HYPERKALEMIA
HOW IS ASCITES ASSESSED?
INCREASE IN ABDOMINAL GIRTH MEASUREMENT
WHAT S/S SHOULD A PATIENT ON SYNTHROID THERAPY REPORT?
TACHYCARDIA
WHY SHOULD SYNTHROID NOT BE TAKEN WITH FOOD?
IT MAY INTERFERE WITH ABSORPTION
HOW LONG IS SYNTHROID TAKEN FOR HYPOTHYROIDISM?
FOR A LIFETIME...NO CURE!
DIET RECOMMENDED FOR ACUTE RENAL FAILURE PATIENT?
LOW-PROTEIN DIET WITH ESSENTIAL AMINO ACIDS AND VITAMINS
A NURSE CAN EXPECT TO SEE WHAT IN A CHILD WITH NEPHROTIC SYNDROM?
WEIGHT GAIN AND EDEMA
WHAT IS THE REPLACEMENT THERAPY IN HYPOTHYROIDISM?
SYNTHROID
WHAT IS A BUFFALO HUMP?
AN ABNORMAL ADIPOSE TISSUE DISTRIBUTION IN CUSHING'S SYNROME
WHAT IS THE FOCUS IN THE PLAN OF CARE OF PATIENT ON CORTICOSTEROID THERAPY?
TO PREVENT INFECTION
WHY IS THE URINE SPECIFIC GRAVITY LOW IN PATIENT WITH DIABETES INSIPIDUS?
THE HYPOTHALAMUS DOESN'T PRODUCE ENOUGH ADH OR VASOPRESSIN FOR THE KIDNEYS TO RESPOND TO ADH
WHAT IS THE URINE SPECIFIC GRAVITY IN A PATIENT WITH DIABETES INSIPIDUS?
1.001-1.005
POSSIBLE PRE-RENAL CAUSES OF ACUTE RENAL FAILURE?
CONDITIONS THAT DECREASE BLOOD FLOW SUCH AS HYPOVOLEMIA, SHOCK, BURNS AND DIURETIC THERAPY
A PATIENT WITH OCD (OBSESSIVE-COMPULSIVE DISORDER) REPETITIVELY COUNTS PAPERCLIPS D/T/ STRESS AS A CUSTOMER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE. WHAT IS MOST APPROPRIATE NURSING DIAGNOSIS?
ALTERED ROLE PERFORMANCE
BEST CANDIDATE FOR SHORT-TERM DYNAMIC PSYCHOTHERAPY?
PATIENT WITH POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER
WHAT S/S WOULD THE NURSE EXPECT TO FIND IN A PATIENT WITH NEUROLEPTIC MALIGNANT SYNDROME?
HIGH FEVER AND MUSCLE RIGIDITY
WHICH IS MOST IMPORTANT TO CONSIDER IN DEVELOPING A PLAN OF CARE FOR A PERSON EXPERIENCING UNRESOLVED ANGER?
WHEN ANGER IS TURNED INWARDS, IT CAN BECOME DEPRESSION
A CHILD WHO HAS AN AUTISTIC DISORDER IS LIKELY TO DISPLAY SYMPTOMS BY WHAT AGE?
4 MONTHS
WHICH S/S IS ASSOCIATE WITH POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER?
PERSISTANT FEELINGS OF DETACHMENT FROM OTHERS
A STANDARD ANTIPSYCHOTIC MED SUCH AS HALDOL IS MOST EFFECTIVE IN MODIFYING WHICH SYMPTOM OF SCHIZOPHRENIA?
DELUSIONS OF PERSECUTION
IMPROVEMENT WOULD BE EXPECTED IN PATIENT WITH MANIC S/S WHEN TEGRETOL (CARBAMAZPINE) IS AT WHAT LEVEL?
6-8 MG/L
WHAT ACTION SHOULD BE THE FOCUS OF THERAPY FOR A NURSE WORKING WITH THE FAMILY OF A PATIENT WITH ANOREXIA?
IMPROVING COMMUNICATION AMONG FAMILY MEMBERS
SETTING LIMITS WITH A PATIENT WHO IS MANIPULATIVE BENEFITS THE PATIENT IN WHICH WAY?
THE PATIENT IS ABLE TO GAIN SELF-EMPOWERMENT IN RELATIONSHIPS WITH OTHERS.
A PATIENTS TELL THE NURSE MANY DETAILS ABOUT HIS SON'S DEATH BUT SAYS HE FEELS NO PAIN OR LOSS. WHICH DEFENSE MECHANISM IS HE USING?
INTELLECTUALIZATION
A PATIENT PRESENTS WITH A HISTORY OF UNEXPLAINED PAIN IN 6 DIFFERENT BODY AREAS. ALL TESTS ARE NEGATIVE. THIS IS CALLED WHAT?
SOMATIZATION DISORDER
WHAT CHARACTERISTIC SHOULD THE NURSE EXPECT IN A PATIENT WITH BORDERLINE PERSONALITY DISORDER?
EMOTIONAL INSTABILITY
TO DATE, WHAT DISORDER HAS THE STRONGEST EVIDENCE OF GENETIC INVOLVEMENT?
ALZHEIMER'S
WHICH RESULT SHOULD THE NURSE EXPECT WHEN USING REMINISCENCE THERAPY WITH OLDER PATIENTS?
INCREASED SELF-ESTEEM
WHICH DIAGNOSTIC TOOL IS USED TO REVEAL STRUCTURAL AND BIOCHEMICAL ABNORMALITIES ASSOCIATED WITH MENTAL ILLNESS?
POSITRON EMISSION TOMOGRAPHY (PET)
AN 18 MONTH-OLD EXHIBITS PREOCCUPATION WITH OBJECTS, SELF-STIMULATING BEHAVIORS, AND ABSENSE OF ATTACHMENT. THESE ARE S/S OF WHAT?
AUTISM
ACCORDING TO KOHLBERG'S THEORY OF MORAL DEVELOPMENT, WHAT BEHAVIOR IS MOST DESCRIPTIVE OF A CHILD WHO HAS ACHIEVED INTERNALIZATION?
THE CHILD INCORPORATES SELF-GENERATED STANDARDS INTO HIS/HER PERSONALITY.
WHICH FACTOR IS ASSOCIATED WITH PHYSICAL AND MENTAL HEALTH PROBLEMS AMONG OLD ADULTS?
HAVING LIMITED FINANCIAL RESOURSES.
WHICH LAB TEST SHOULD THE NURSE MONITOR DURING TREATMENT OF DIABETIC KETOACIDOSIS TO AVOID SERIOUS COMPLICATONS OF RAPID FLUID INFUSION/
SERUM POTASSIUM
CLINICAL MANIFESTION MOST INDICATIVE OF IMPENDING HEPATIC ENCEPHALOPATHY IN PATIENT WITH LIVER FAILURE?
DISORIENTATION
APPROXIMATELY WHAT PERCENTAGE OF A DIET FOR A PATIENT WITH DIABETES MELLITUS SHOULD BE CARBS?
50-60%
WHICH TEST PROVIDES THE MOST IMPORTANT INFORMATION WHEN DIAGNOSISNG CHRONIC PANCREATITIS?
ENDOSCOPIC RETROGRADE CHOLANGIOPANCREATOGRAPHY (ERCP_
NARCOTIC ANALGESIC CONTRAINDICATED FOR PANCREATITIS?
MORPHINE
RATIONALE FOR INCORPORATING MASSAGE INTO THE PLAN OF CARE FOR A PATIENT WITH IMPAIRED LIVER FUNCTION?
TO PROMOTE MOBILIZATION OF EDEMA
WHICH CO-EXISTING CONDITION SHOULD THE NURSE RECOGNIZE IN THE PATIENT WITH ACUTE PANCREATITIS?
PLEURAL EFFUSION
S/S OF RECURRENT ENCEPHALOPATHY CAN BE ASSESSED FOR HOW?
BY OBTAINING A SAMPLE OF THE PATIENT'S HANDWRITING ON A DAILY BASIS.