1. Which drug is associated with increased lipoprotein levels?
2. What is the main reason for administering a progestational medication to perimenopausal women who use estrogen?
Preventing hot flashes.
Promoting growth of the uterine lining.
Decrease the risk of endometrial hyperplasia.
3. The family nurse practitioner asks a patient to perform rapid, alternating movements of the hands to evaluate:
reflex arc functioning.
4. A 38-year-old patient who is Vietnamese tells the family nurse practitioner that his or her parent died in his or her 40s from liver cancer. The nurse practitioner assesses that the patient is at risk for:
5. A 55-year-old male patient who is Chinese has a follow-up appointment after cardiac bypass surgery. The patient brings his father with him into the examination room. The family nurse practitioner provides culturally sensitive care by:
asking the patient's father if he has any questions regarding his son's care.
asking the patient's father to leave the room due to confidentiality issues.
performing the examination without commenting to the patient's father.
performing the examination, then telling the patient's father the examination findings.
6. A difficult aspect of determining occupational exposure to disease is the:
confidentiality of the information within company records.
inaccuracy of occupational disease reporting.
long latency period between exposure and disease development.
reliance on workers' memories.
7. The family nurse practitioner exhibits professional leadership by:
adding clinical protocols to the nurse practitioner scope of practice.
comparing the workplace roles of the registered nurse and the nurse
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- Submitted On 15 Feb, 2020 12:04:04