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  1. A client is brought to the emergency department in an unresponsive state, and a diagnosis of hyperglycemic hyperosmolar state (HHS) is made. The nurse would immediately prepare to initiate which anticipated health care provider's prescription? 
    1. Endotracheal intubation 
    2. 100 units of NPH insulin 
    3. Intravenous infusion of normal saline 
    4. Intravenous infusion of sodium bicarbonate

 

  1. An external insulin pump is prescribed for a client with diabetes mellitus and the client asks the nurse about the functioning of the pump. The nurse bases the response on which information about the pump? 
    1. Is timed to release programmed doses of short-duration or NPH insulin into the bloodstream at specific intervals 
    2. Continuously infuses small amounts of NPH insulin into the bloodstream while regularly monitoring blood glucose levels 
    3. Is surgically attached to the pancreas and infuses regular insulin into the pancreas, which in turn releases the insulin into the bloodstream 
    4. Gives a small continuous dose of short-duration insulin subcutaneously, and the client can self-administer a bolus with an additional dose from the pump before each meal

 

  1. A client with a diagnosis of diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA) is being treated in the emergency department. Which findings would the nurse expect to note as confirming this diagnosis? Select all that apply. 
    1. Increase in pH 
    2. Comatose state 
    3. Deep, rapid breathing 
    4. Decreased urine output 
    5. Elevated blood glucose level 
    6. Low plasma bicarbonate level
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  2. The nurse teaches a client with diabetes mellitus about differentiating between hypoglycemia and ketoacidosis. The client demonstrates an understanding of the teaching by stating that a form of glucose should be taken if which symptoms develop? Select all that apply.
    1. Polyuria 
    2. Shakiness 
    3. Palpitations 
    4. Blurred vision 
    5. Lightheadedness 
    6. Fruity breath odor
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  3. A client with diabetes mellitus demonstrates acute anxiety when first admitted to the hospital for the treatment of hyperglycemia. What is the most appropriate intervention to decrease the client's anxiety? 
    1. Administer a sedative. 
    2. Convey empathy, trust, and respect toward the client. 
    3. Ignore the signs and symptoms of anxiety so that they will soon disappear. 
    4. Make sure that the client knows all the correct medical terms to understand what is happening.

 

  1. The nurse provides instructions to a client newly diagnosed with type 1 diabetes mellitus. The nurse recognizes accurate understanding of measures to prevent diabetic ketoacidosis when the client makes which statement? 
    1. "I will stop taking my insulin if I'm too sick to eat." 
    2. "I will decrease my insulin dose during times of illness." 
    3. "I will adjust my insulin dose according to the level of glucose in my urine." 
    4. "I will notify my health care provider (HCP) if my blood glucose level is higher than 250 mg/dL."

 

  1. A client is admitted to a hospital with a diagnosis of diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA). The initial blood glucose level was 950 mg/dL. A continuous intravenous infusion of short-acting insulin is initiated, along with intravenous rehydration with normal saline. The serum glucose level is now 240 mg/dL. The nurse would next prepare to administer which item? 
    1. Ampule of 50% dextrose 
    2. NPH insulin subcutaneously 
    3. Intravenous fluids containing dextrose 
    4. Phenytoin (Dilantin) for the prevention of seizures

 

  1. The nurse is monitoring a client newly diagnosed with diabetes mellitus for signs of complications. Which sign, if exhibited in the client, would indicate hyperglycemia? 
    1. Polyuria 
    2. Diaphoresis 
    3. Hypertension 
    4. Increased pulse rate

 

  1. The nurse is preparing a plan of care for a client with diabetes mellitus who has hyperglycemia. The nurse places highest priority on which client problem? 
    1. Lack of knowledge 
    2. Inadequate fluid volume 
    3. Compromised family coping 
    4. Inadequate consumption of nutrients

 

  1. The home health nurse visits a client with a diagnosis of type 1 diabetes mellitus. The client relates a history of vomiting and diarrhea and tells the nurse that no food has been consumed for the last 24 hours. Which additional statement by the client indicates a need for further teaching? 
    1. "I need to stop my insulin." 
    2. "I need to increase my fluid intake." 
    3. "I need to monitor my blood glucose every 3 to 4 hours." 
    4. "I need to call the health care provider (HCP) because of these symptoms."

 

  1. The nurse is caring for a client after hypophysectomy and notes clear nasal drainage from the client's nostril. The nurse should take which initial action? 
    1. Lower the head of the bed. 
    2. Test the drainage for glucose. 
    3. Obtain a culture of the drainage. 
    4. Continue to observe the drainage.

 

  1. After several diagnostic tests, a client is diagnosed with diabetes insipidus. The nurse performs an assessment on the client, knowing that which symptom is most indicative of this disorder? 
    1. Fatigue 
    2. Diarrhea 
    3. Polydipsia 
    4. Weight gain

 

  1. A client is admitted to an emergency department, and a diagnosis of myxedema coma is made. Which action would the nurse prepare to carry out initially? 
    1. Warm the client. 
    2. Maintain a patent airway. 
    3. Administer thyroid hormone. 
    4. Administer fluid replacement.

 

  1. The nurse is caring for a client admitted to the emergency department with diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA). In the acute phase, the nurse plans for which priority intervention? 
    1. Correct the acidosis. 
    2. Administer 5% dextrose intravenously. 
    3. Apply a monitor for an electrocardiogram. 
    4. Administer short-duration insulin intravenously.

 

  1. A client with type 1 diabetes mellitus calls the nurse to report recurrent episodes of hypoglycemia with exercising. Which statement by the client indicates an inadequate understanding of the peak action of NPH insulin and exercise? 
    1. "The best time for me to exercise is after I eat." 
    2. "The best time for me to exercise is after breakfast." 
    3. "The best time for me to exercise is mid- to late afternoon." 
    4. "The best time for me to exercise is after my morning snack."

 

  1. The nurse is completing an assessment on a client who is being admitted for a diagnostic workup for primary hyperparathyroidism. Which client complaint would be characteristic of this disorder?
    1. Diarrhea 
    2. Polyuria 
    3. Polyphagia 
    4. Weight gain

 

  1. The nurse is caring for a postoperative parathyroidectomy client. Which client complaint would indicate that a life-threatening complication may be developing, requiring notification of the health care provider immediately? 
    1. Laryngeal stridor 
    2. Abdominal cramps 
    3. Difficulty in voiding 
    4. Mild to moderate incisional pain

 

  1. A client is diagnosed with pheochromocytoma. The nurse understands that pheochromocytoma is a condition that has which characteristic? 
    1. Causes profound hypotension 
    2. Is manifested by severe hypoglycemia 
    3. Is not curable and is treated symptomatically 
    4. Causes the release of excessive amounts of catecholamines

 

  1. The nurse is monitoring a client who was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes mellitus and is being treated with NPH and regular insulin. Which client complaints would alert the nurse to the presence of a possible hypoglycemic reaction? Select all that apply. 
    1. Tremors 
    2. Anorexia 
    3. Irritability 
    4. Nervousness 
    5. Hot, dry skin 
    6. Muscle cramps
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  2. The nurse is performing an assessment on a client with pheochromocytoma. Which assessment data would indicate a potential complication associated with this disorder?
    1. A coagulation time of 5 minutes 
    2. A urinary output of 50 mL/hour 
    3. A blood urea nitrogen level of 20 mg/dL 
    4. A heart rate that is 90 beats/minute and irregular

 

  1. The nursing instructor asks a student to describe the pathophysiology that occurs in Cushing's disease. Which statement by the student indicates an accurate understanding of this disorder? 
    1. "Cushing's disease results from an oversecretion of insulin." 
    2. "Cushing's disease results from an undersecretion of corticotropic hormones." 
    3. "Cushing's disease results from an undersecretion of mineralocorticoid hormones." 
    4. "Cushing's disease results from an increased pituitary secretion of adrenocorticotropic hormone."

 

  1. The nurse performs a physical assessment on a client with type 2 diabetes mellitus. Findings include a fasting blood glucose level of 120 mg/dL, temperature of 101° F, pulse of 88 beats/minute, respirations of 22 breaths/minute, and blood pressure of 100/72 mm Hg. Which assessment would be of most concern to the nurse? 
    1. Pulse 
    2. Respiration 
    3. Temperature 
    4. Blood pressure

 

  1. The nurse is interviewing a client with type 2 diabetes mellitus. Which statement by the client indicates an understanding of the treatment for this disorder? 
    1. "I take oral insulin instead of shots." 
    2. "By taking these medications, I am able to eat more." 
    3. "When I become ill, I need to increase the number of pills I take." 
    4. "The medications I'm taking help release the insulin I already make."

 

  1. The nurse is providing discharge instructions to a client who has Cushing's syndrome. Which client statement indicates that instructions related to dietary management are understood? 
    1. "I will need to limit the amount of protein in my diet." 
    2. "I should eat foods that have a lot of potassium in them." 
    3. "I am fortunate that I can eat all the salty foods I enjoy." 
    4. "I am fortunate that I do not need to follow any special diet."

 

  1. The nurse is caring for a client who is 2 days postoperative following an abdominal hysterectomy. The client has a history of diabetes mellitus and has been receiving regular insulin according to capillary blood glucose testing four times a day. A carbohydrate-controlled diet has been prescribed but the client has been complaining of nausea and is not eating. On entering the client's room, the nurse finds the client to be confused and diaphoretic. Which action is most appropriate at this time? 
    1. Call a code to obtain needed assistance immediately. 
    2. Obtain a capillary blood glucose level and perform a focused assessment. 
    3. Ask the unlicensed assistive personnel (UAP) to stay with the client while obtaining 15 to 30 g of a carbohydrate snack for the client to eat. 
    4. Stay with the client and ask the UAP to call the health care provider (HCP) for a prescription for intravenous 50% dextrose.

 

  1. The nurse is caring for a client with pheochromocytoma who is scheduled for adrenalectomy. In the preoperative period, what should the nurse monitor as the priority? 
    1. Vital signs 
    2. Intake and output 
    3. Blood urea nitrogen results 
    4. Urine for glucose and ketones

 

  1. The nurse is preparing a client with a new diagnosis of hypothyroidism for discharge. The nurse determines that the client understands discharge instructions if the client states that which symptoms are associated with this diagnosis? Select all that apply. 
    1. Tremors 
    2. Weight loss 
    3. Feeling cold 
    4. Loss of body hair 
    5. Persistent lethargy 
    6. Puffiness of the face
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  2. A client has just been admitted to the nursing unit following thyroidectomy. Which assessment is the priority for this client? 
    1. Hypoglycemia 
    2. Level of hoarseness 
    3. Respiratory distress 
    4. Edema at the surgical site

 

  1. A client has been diagnosed with hyperthyroidism. Which signs and symptoms may indicate thyroid storm, a complication of this disorder? Select all that apply. 
    1. Fever 
    2. Nausea 
    3. Lethargy 
    4. Tremors 
    5. Confusion 
    6. Bradycardia
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  2. The nurse is caring for a client scheduled for a transsphenoidal hypophysectomy. The preoperative teaching instructions should include which most important statement? 
    1. "Your hair will need to be shaved." 
    2. "You will receive spinal anesthesia." 
    3. "You will need to ambulate after surgery." 
    4. "Brushing your teeth will not be permitted for at least 2 weeks after surgery."

 

  1. The nurse should include which interventions in the plan of care for a client with hypothyroidism? Select all that apply. 
    1. Provide a cool environment for the client.
    2. Instruct the client to consume a high-fat diet.
    3. Instruct the client about thyroid replacement therapy. 
    4. Encourage the client to consume fluids and high-fiber foods in the diet. 
    5. Inform the client that iodine preparations will be prescribed to treat the disorder. 
    6. Instruct the client to contact the health care provider (HCP) if episodes of chest pain occur.
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  2. A client with Cushing's syndrome verbalizes concern to the nurse regarding the appearance of the buffalo hump that has developed. Which statement should the nurse make to the client? 
    1. "Don't be concerned; this problem can be covered with clothing." 
    2. "Usually these physical changes slowly improve following treatment." 
    3. "This is permanent, but looks are deceiving and are not that important." 
    4. "Try not to worry about it; there are other things to be concerned about."

 

  1. The nurse is caring for a client after thyroidectomy. The nurse notes that calcium gluconate is prescribed for the client. The nurse determines that this medication has been prescribed for which purpose? 
    1. To treat thyroid storm 
    2. To prevent cardiac irritability 
    3. To treat hypocalcemic tetany 
    4. To stimulate release of parathyroid hormone

 

  1. A client with type 1 diabetes mellitus is to begin an exercise program, and the nurse is providing instructions regarding the program. Which instruction should the nurse include in the teaching plan? 
    1. Try to exercise before mealtimes. 
    2. Administer insulin after exercising. 
    3. Take a blood glucose test before exercising.
    4. Exercise is best performed during peak times of insulin.

 

  1. The nurse should include which interventions in the plan of care for a client with hypothyroidism? Select all that apply. 
    1. Provide a warm environment for the client. 
    2. Instruct the client to consume a low-fat diet. 
    3. A thyroid-releasing inhibitor will be prescribed. 
    4. Encourage the client to consume a well-balanced diet. 
    5. Instruct the client that thyroid replacement therapy will be needed. 
    6. Instruct the client that episodes of chest pain are expected to occur.
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  2. A client with diabetes mellitus is being discharged following treatment for hyperglycemic hyperosmolar state (HHS) precipitated by acute illness. The client tells the nurse, "will call the health care provider (HCP) the next time I can't eat for more than a day or so." Which statement reflects the most appropriate analysis of this client's level of knowledge? 
    1. The client needs immediate education before discharge. 
    2. The client requires follow-up teaching regarding the administration of oral antidiabetics. 
    3. The client's statement is inaccurate, and he or she should be scheduled for outpatient diabetic counseling. 
    4. The client's statement is inaccurate, and he or she should be scheduled for educational home health visits.

 

  1. A client with type 1 diabetes mellitus is having trouble remembering the types, duration, and onset of the action of insulin. The client tells the nurse that the family members have not been supportive. Which response by the nurse is best? 
    1. "What is it that you don't understand?" 
    2. "You can't always depend on your family to help." 
    3. "It's not really necessary for you to remember this." 
    4. "Let me go over the types of insulin with you again."

 

  1. A client arrives in the hospital emergency department in an unconscious state. As reported by the spouse, the client has diabetes mellitus and began to show symptoms of hypoglycemia. A blood glucose level is obtained for the client, and the result is 40 mg/dL. Which medication should the nurse anticipate to be prescribed for the client? 
    1. Glucagon 
    2. Humulin N insulin 
    3. Humulin R insulin 
    4. Glyburide (DiaBeta)

 

  1. A client arrives in the hospital emergency department complaining of severe thirst and polyuria. The client tells the nurse that she has a history of diabetes mellitus. A blood glucose level is drawn, and the result is 685 mg/dL. Which intervention should the nurse anticipate to be initially prescribed for the client? 
    1. Glucagon via the subcutaneous route
    2. Glyburide (DiaBeta) via the oral route 
    3. Humulin N insulin via the subcutaneous route 
    4. Humulin R insulin via the intravenous (IV) route

 

  1. The nurse is reviewing the laboratory test results for a client with a diagnosis of Cushing's syndrome. Which laboratory finding would the nurse expect to note in this client? 
    1. A platelet count of 200,000 cells/mm3 
    2. A blood glucose level of 110 mg/dL 
    3. A potassium (K+) level of 5.5 mEq/L 
    4. A white blood cell (WBC) count of 6000 cells/mm3

 

  1. The nurse caring for a client with a diagnosis of hypoparathyroidism reviews the laboratory results of blood tests for this client and notes that the calcium level is extremely low. The nurse should expect to note which on assessment of the client? 
    1. Unresponsive pupils
    2. Positive Trousseau's sign 
    3. Negative Chvostek's sign 
    4. Hyperactive bowel sounds

 

  1. The nurse is providing instructions to a client newly diagnosed with diabetes mellitus. The nurse gives the client a list of the signs of hyperglycemia. Which specific sign of this complication should be included on the list? 
    1. Shakiness 
    2. Increased thirst 
    3. Profuse sweating 
    4. Decreased urine output

 

  1. The emergency department nurse is preparing a plan for initial care of a client with a diagnosis of hyperglycemic hyperosmolar state (HHS). The nurse understands that the hyperglycemia associated with this disorder results from which occurrence? 
    1. Increased use of glucose 
    2. Overproduction of insulin 
    3. Increased production of glucose 
    4. Increased osmotic movement of water

 

  1. The nurse is caring for a client with a diagnosis of Addison's disease. The nurse is monitoring the client for signs of Addisonian crisis. The nurse should assess the client for which manifestation that would be associated with this crisis? 
    1. Agitation 
    2. Diaphoresis 
    3. Restlessness 
    4. Severe abdominal pain

 

  1. The nurse is developing a plan of care for a client who is scheduled for a thyroidectomy. The nurse focuses on psychosocial needs, knowing that which is likely to occur in the client? 
    1. Infertility 
    2. Gynecomastia 
    3. Sexual dysfunction 
    4. Body image changes

 

  1. The nurse is reviewing the record of a client admitted to the hospital with a diagnosis of pheochromocytoma. The nurse reads the assessment findings and expects to note documentation of which major symptom associated with this condition? 
    1. Glycosuria 
    2. Diaphoresis 
    3. Weight loss 
    4. Hypertension

 

  1. The nurse is performing an assessment on a client with a diagnosis of Cushing's syndrome. Which should the nurse expect to note on assessment of the client? 
    1. Skin atrophy 
    2. The presence of sunken eyes 
    3. Drooping on one side of the face 
    4. A rounded "moon-like" appearance to the face

 

  1. The nurse is performing an assessment on a client with a diagnosis of myxedema (hypothyroidism). Which assessment finding should the nurse expect to note in this client? 
    1. Dry skin 
    2. Thin, silky hair 
    3. Bulging eyeballs 
    4. Fine muscle tremors

 

  1. The nurse is performing an assessment on a client with a diagnosis of hyperthyroidism. Which assessment finding should the nurse expect to note in this client? 
    1. Dry skin 
    2. Bulging eyeballs 
    3. Periorbital edema 
    4. Coarse facial features

 

  1. The nurse has provided instructions for measuring blood glucose levels to a client newly diagnosed with diabetes mellitus who will be taking insulin. The client demonstrates understanding of the instructions by identifying which method as the best method for monitoring blood glucose levels? 
    1. "I will check my blood glucose level every day at 5:00 pm." 
    2. "I will check my blood glucose level 1 hour after each meal." 
    3. "I will check my blood glucose level 2 hours after each meal." 
    4. "I will check my blood glucose level before each meal and at bedtime."

 

  1. The nurse is providing dietary instructions to help with diabetes control for a client newly diagnosed with diabetes mellitus who will be taking insulin. The nurse should provide the client with which best instruction? 
    1. Eat meals at approximately the same time each day. 
    2. Adjust meal times depending on blood glucose levels. 
    3. Vary meal times if insulin is not administered at the same time every day. 
    4. Avoid being concerned about the time of meals so long as snacks are taken on time.

 

  1. A client with diabetes mellitus who takes insulin is seen in the health care clinic. The client tells the clinic nurse that after the insulin injection, the insulin seems to leak through the skin. The nurse would appropriately determine the problem by asking the client which question? 
    1. "Are you rotating the injection site?" 
    2. "Are you aspirating before you inject the insulin?" 
    3. "Are you using a 1-inch needle to give the injection?" 
    4. "Are you placing an air bubble in the syringe before injection?"

 

  1. The nurse is providing instructions regarding insulin administration for a client newly diagnosed with diabetes mellitus. The health care provider has prescribed a mixture of Humulin N and Humulin R insulin. The nurse should instruct the client that which is thefirst step in this procedure? 
    1. Draw up the correct dosage of Humulin N insulin into the syringe. 
    2. Draw up the correct dosage of Humulin R insulin into the syringe.
    3. Inject air equal to the amount of Humulin N prescribed into the vial of Humulin N insulin. 
    4. Inject air equal to the amount of Humulin R prescribed into the vial of Humulin R insulin.

 

  1. The nurse is reviewing the health care provider (HCP) prescriptions for a client with a diagnosis of diabetes mellitus who has been hospitalized for treatment of an infected foot ulcer. The nurse expects to note which finding in the HCP prescriptions? 
    1. A decreased-calorie diet 
    2. An increased-calorie diet 
    3. A decreased amount of NPH daily insulin
    4. An increased amount of NPH daily insulin

 

  1. The nurse is monitoring a client with diabetes mellitus for signs of hypoglycemia. Which manifestations are associated with this complication? 
    1. Slow pulse; lethargy; warm, dry skin 
    2. Elevated pulse; lethargy; warm, dry skin 
    3. Elevated pulse; shakiness; cool, clammy skin 
    4. Slow pulse, confusion, increased urine output

 

  1. The home care nurse is visiting a client newly diagnosed with diabetes mellitus. The client tells the nurse that he is planning to eat a dinner meal at a local restaurant this week. He asks the nurse if eating at a restaurant will affect diabetic control and if this is allowed. Which nursing response is most appropriate? 
    1. "You are not allowed to eat in restaurants." 
    2. "You should order a half-portion meal and have fresh fruit for dessert." 
    3. "If you plan to eat in a restaurant, you need to skip the lunchtime meal." 
    4. "You should increase your daily dose of insulin by half on the day that you plan to eat in the restaurant."

 

  1. The nurse is developing a plan of care for a client with Cushing's syndrome. The nurse documents a client problem of excess fluid volume. Which nursing actions should be included in the care plan for this client? Select all that apply. 
    1. Monitor daily weight. 
    2. Monitor intake and output. 
    3. Assess extremities for edema. 
    4. Maintain a high-sodium diet. 
    5. Maintain a low-potassium diet.
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  2. The nurse has documented the problem of body image distortion for a client with a diagnosis of Cushing's syndrome. The nurse identifies nursing interventions related to this problem and includes these interventions in the plan of care. Which nursing intervention is inappropriate? 
    1. Encourage client's expression of feelings. 
    2. Assess the client's understanding of the disease process. 
    3. Encourage family members to share their feelings about the disease process. 
    4. Encourage the client to recognize that the body changes need to be dealt with.

 

  1. The nurse is caring for a client who has had an adrenalectomy and is monitoring the client for signs of adrenal insufficiency. Which signs and symptoms indicate adrenal insufficiency in this client? 
    1. Hypotension and fever 
    2. Mental status changes and hypertension 
    3. Subnormal temperature and hypotension 
    4. Complaints of weakness and hypertension

 

  1. The nurse is providing home care instructions to the client with a diagnosis of Cushing's syndrome and prepares a list of instructions for the client. Which instructions should be included on the list? Select all that apply. 
    1. The signs and symptoms of hypoadrenalism 
    2. The signs and symptoms of hyperadrenalism 
    3. Instructions to take the medications exactly as prescribed 
    4. The importance of maintaining regular outpatient follow-up care 
    5. A reminder to read the labels on over-the-counter medications before purchase
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  2. The nurse is developing a plan of care for a client with Addison's disease. The nurse has identified a problem of risk for deficient fluid volume and identifies nursing interventions that will prevent this occurrence. Which nursing interventions should the nurse include in the plan of care? Select all that apply. 
    1. Monitor for changes in mentation. 
    2. Encourage an intake of low-protein foods. 
    3. Encourage an intake of low-sodium foods. 
    4. Encourage fluid intake of at least 3000 mL per day. 
    5. Monitor vital signs, skin turgor, and intake and output.
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  3. The nurse is reviewing the postoperative prescriptions for a client who had a transsphenoidal hypophysectomy. Which health care provider's (HCP) prescriptions, if noted on the record, would indicate the need for clarification? 
    1. Assess vital signs and neurological status. 
    2. Instruct the client to avoid blowing his nose. 
    3. Apply a loose dressing if any clear drainage is noted. 
    4. Instruct the client about the need for a Medic-Alert bracelet.

 

  1. The nurse has developed a postoperative plan of care for a client who had a thyroidectomy and documents that the client is at risk for developing an ineffective breathing pattern. Which nursing intervention should the nurse include in the plan of care? 
    1. Maintain a supine position. 
    2. Monitor neck circumference every 4 hours. 
    3. Maintain a pressure dressing on the operative site. 
    4. Encourage deep breathing exercises and vigorous coughing exercises.

 

  1. The nurse is monitoring a client for signs of hypocalcemia after thyroidectomy. Which sign/symptom, if noted in the client, wouldmost likely indicate the presence of hypocalcemia? 
    1. Bradycardia 
    2. Flaccid paralysis 
    3. Tingling around the mouth 
    4. Absence of Chvostek's sign

 

  1. The nurse is caring for a client after thyroidectomy. The client expresses concern about the postoperative voice hoarseness she is experiencing and asks if the hoarseness will subside. The nurse should provide the client with which information? 
    1. The hoarseness is permanent. 
    2. It indicates nerve damage. 
    3. It is normal during this time and will subside. 
    4. It will worsen before it subsides, which may take 6 months.

 

  1. The nurse is monitoring a client with Graves' disease for signs of thyrotoxic crisis (thyroid storm). Which signs or symptoms, if noted in the client, will alert the nurse to the presence of this crisis? 
    1. Fever and tachycardia 
    2. Pallor and tachycardia 
    3. Agitation and bradycardia
    4. Restlessness and bradycardia

 

  1. The nursing instructor asks a nursing student to identify the risk factors associated with the development of thyrotoxicosis. The student demonstrates understanding of the risk factors by identifying an increased risk for thyrotoxicosis in which client? 
    1. A client with hypothyroidism 
    2. A client with Graves' disease who is having surgery 
    3. A client with diabetes mellitus scheduled for a diagnostic test 
    4. A client with diabetes mellitus scheduled for débridement of a foot ulcer

 

  1. The home care nurse visits a client with a diagnosis of hyperparathyroidism who is taking furosemide (Lasix) and provides dietary instructions to the client. Which statement by the client indicates a need for additional instruction? 
    1. "I need to eat foods high in potassium." 
    2. "I need to drink at least 2 to 3 L of fluid daily." 
    3. "I need to eat small, frequent meals and snacks if nauseated." 
    4. "I need to increase my intake of dietary items that are high in calcium."

 

  1. The nurse has provided instructions to the client with hyperparathyroidism regarding home care measures to manage the symptoms of the disease. Which statement by the client indicates a need for further instruction? 
    1. "I should avoid bed rest." 
    2. "I need to avoid doing any exercise at all." 
    3. "I need to space activity throughout the day." 
    4. "I should gauge my activity level by my energy level."

 

  1. The nurse has provided dietary instructions to a client with a diagnosis of hypoparathyroidism. The nurse should instruct the client that it is acceptable to include which item in the diet? 
    1. Fish 
    2. Cereals 
    3. Vegetables 
    4. Meat and poultry

 

  1. The nurse has provided home care measures to the client with diabetes mellitus regarding exercise and insulin administration. Which statement by the client indicates a need for further instruction? 
    1. "I should always wear a Medic-Alert bracelet." 
    2. "I should perform my exercise at peak insulin time." 
    3. "I should always carry a quick-acting carbohydrate when I exercise." 
    4. "I should avoid exercising at times when a hypoglycemic reaction is likely to occur."

 

  1. The nurse is caring for a client admitted to the hospital with uncontrolled type 1 diabetes mellitus. In the event that diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA) does occur, the nurse anticipates that which medication would most likely be prescribed? 
    1. Glucagon 
    2. Regular insulin 
    3. Glyburide (DiaBeta) 
    4. Neutral protamine Hagedorn (NPH) insulin

 

  1. A registered nurse (RN) is caring for a client with a diagnosis of Cushing's syndrome. A nursing student is working with the RN for the day. Which statement by the student indicates understanding of Cushing's syndrome? 
    1. "Cushing's syndrome is caused by excessive amounts of cortisol." 
    2. "Cushing's syndrome is caused by decreased amounts of aldosterone." 
    3. "Cushing's syndrome is caused by excessive amounts of antidiuretic hormone." 
    4. "Cushing's syndrome is caused by decreased amounts of parathyroid hormone."

 

  1. A nurse is providing home care instructions to a client with a diagnosis of Addison's disease. Which statement by the client indicates a need for further instruction? 
    1. "I need to wear a Medic-Alert bracelet." 
    2. "I need to purchase a travel kit that contains cortisone." 
    3. "I will need to take daily medications until my symptoms decrease." 
    4. "I need an increased dose of glucocorticoid medication during stressful minor illnesses."

 

  1. A nurse is reviewing the assessment findings and laboratory data for a client with the syndrome of inappropriate secretion of antidiuretic hormone (SIADH). The nurse understands that which symptoms are associated characteristics of this disorder? Select all that apply. 
    1. Hypernatremia 
    2. Signs of water deficit 
    3. High urine osmolality 
    4. Low serum osmolality 
    5. Hypotonicity of body fluids 
    6. Continued release of antidiuretic hormone
    •  
  2. A nurse is reviewing the assessment findings for a client who was admitted to the hospital with a diagnosis of diabetes insipidus. The nurse understands that which manifestations are associated with this disorder? Select all that apply. 
    1. Polyuria 
    2. Polydipsia 
    3. Concentrated urine 
    4. Complaints of excessive thirst 
    5. Specific gravity lower than 1.005
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  3. A client with suspected Cushing's syndrome is scheduled for adrenal venography. A nurse has provided instructions to the client regarding the test. Which statement by the client indicates a need for further instruction? 
    1. "I need to sign an informed consent." 
    2. "The insertion site will be locally anesthetized." 
    3. "I will be placed in a high-sitting position for the test." 
    4. "I may feel a burning sensation after the dye is injected."

 

  1. A client has been hospitalized for an endocrine system dysfunction of the pancreas. The nurse providing care for the client anticipates that he or she will exhibit impaired secretion of which substances? 
    1. Insulin 
    2. Lipase 
    3. Trypsin 
    4. Amylase

 

  1. A client has been hospitalized for impaired function of the posterior pituitary gland. The nurse providing care for the client anticipates that he or she may exhibit altered secretion of which hormones? 
    1. Growth hormone (GH) 
    2. Luteinizing hormone (LH) 
    3. Antidiuretic hormone (ADH) 
    4. Follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH)

 

  1. A hospitalized client is diagnosed with dysfunction of the adrenal medulla. The nurse monitors for changes in client status related to altered production and secretion of which substance? 
    1. Cortisol 
    2. Androgens 
    3. Aldosterone 
    4. Epinephrine

 

  1. A client has a tumor that is interfering with the function of the hypothalamus. The nurse expects that which clinical problem will be exhibited by the client? 
    1. Melatonin excess or deficit 
    2. Glucocorticoid excess or deficit 
    3. Mineralocorticoid excess or deficit 
    4. Antidiuretic hormone (ADH) excess or deficit

 

  1. A client's serum calcium level is high. The nurse plans care knowing that which hormones are directly responsible for maintaining the free or unbound portion of the serum calcium within normal limits? 
    1. Thyroid hormone 
    2. Parathyroid hormone 
    3. Follicle-stimulating hormone 
    4. Adrenocorticotropic hormone

 

  1. A nurse is assigned to the care of a client who has an altered production of cortisol. The nurse anticipates that the client is experiencing difficulty with synthesis of which type of substance? 
    1. Androgens 
    2. Catecholamines 
    3. Glucocorticoids 
    4. Mineralocorticoids

 

  1. A client with an endocrine disorder has experienced recent weight loss and exhibits tachycardia. The nurse plans care, knowing that which gland is most likely to be responsible for these findings? 
    1. Thyroid 
    2. Pituitary 
    3. Parathyroid 
    4. Adrenal cortex

 

  1. A client has abnormal amounts of circulating thyronine (T3) and thyroxine (T4). The nurse plans care for the client, anticipating that he or she may have a deficiency of which dietary elements? 
    1. Iodine 
    2. Calcium 
    3. Phosphorus 
    4. Magnesium

 

  1. A client with medullary carcinoma of the thyroid has an excess function of the C cells of the thyroid gland. The nurse plans care, knowing that this client is primarily at risk for abnormalities of which electrolytes? 
    1. Sodium 
    2. Calcium 
    3. Potassium 
    4. Magnesium

2. Calcium

  1. A client with hypovolemia experiences activation of the renin-angiotensin system to maintain blood pressure. The nurse plans care, understanding that, as part of this response, the endocrine system will increase production and secretion of which mineralocorticoid? 
    1. Cortisol 
    2. Glucagon 
    3. Aldosterone 
    4. Adrenocorticotropic hormone

 

  1. A client has overactivity of the thyroid gland. The nurse plans care, knowing that the client will experience which effects from this hormonal excess? 
    1. Weight gain 
    2. Nutritional deficiencies 
    3. Low blood glucose levels 
    4. Increased body fat stores

 

  1. A client has been diagnosed with pheochromocytoma. The nurse plans care, knowing that the client will exhibit which effect based on the pathophysiology of this disorder? 
    1. Water loss 
    2. Bradycardia 
    3. Hypertension 
    4. Decreased cardiac output

 

  1. A client is diagnosed with Cushing's syndrome. The nurse plans care, knowing that this client has an excess of which substances? 
    1. Calcium 
    2. Cortisol 
    3. Epinephrine 
    4. Norepinephrine

 

  1. A hospitalized client is experiencing an episode of hypoglycemia. The nurse plans care, knowing that which is the physiological mechanism that should take place to combat the decline in the blood glucose level? 
    1. Decreased cortisol release 
    2. Increased insulin secretion 
    3. Increased glucagon secretion 
    4. Decreased epinephrine release

 

  1. A client with diabetes mellitus who refuses to take insulin as prescribed exhibits markedly increased blood glucose levels after a meal. The nurse caring for the client anticipates that which initial body response to elevated glucose levels will worsen the situation for the client? 
    1. Glycogenolysis 
    2. Gluconeogenesis 
    3. Binding of glucose onto cell membranes 
     
  2. A client with diabetes mellitus is at risk for a serious metabolic disorder from the breakdown of fats for conversion to glucose. The nurse plans care for the client, knowing that pathological fat metabolism is occurring if the client has elevated levels of which substance? 
    1. Glucose 
    2. Ketones 
    3. Glucagon 
    4. Lactate dehydrogenase

 

  1. A test to measure long-term control of diabetes mellitus has been prescribed for a client. In instructing the client about the test, the nurse explains that long-term control can be measured because chronic high blood glucose levels lead to irreversible glucose binding onto what? 
    1. Platelets 
    2. Muscle tissue 
    3. Adipose tissue 
    4. Red blood cells

 

  1. A hospitalized client is diagnosed with type 1 diabetes mellitus. The nurse plans care for the client, understanding that which factors are likely causes of the beta cell destruction that accompanies this disorder? Select all that apply. 
    1. Viruses 
    2. Genetic factors 
    3. Autoimmune factors 
    4. Human leukocyte antigen (HLA) 
    5. Primary failure of glucagon secretion
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  2. A nurse is reviewing the health care provider's prescriptions for a client diagnosed with hypothyroidism. Which medication prescription should the nurse question and verify? 
    1. Morphine sulfate 
    2. Docusate sodium (Colace) 
    3. Acetaminophen (Tylenol) 
    4. Levothyroxine sodium (Synthroid)

 

  1. The emergency department nurse is reviewing the laboratory test results for a client suspected of having diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA). Which laboratory result should the nurse expect to note in this disorder? 
    1. Serum pH of 9.0 
    2. Absent ketones in the urine 
    3. Serum bicarbonate of 22 mEq/L 
    4. Blood glucose level of 500 mg/dL

 

  1. The nurse is providing instructions regarding home care measures to a client with diabetes mellitus and instructs the client about the causes of hypoglycemia. The nurse determines that additional instruction is needed if the client identifies which as a cause of hypoglycemia? 
    1. Omitted meals 
    2. Increased intensity of activity 
    3. Decreased daily insulin dosage 
    4. Inadequate amount of fluid intake

 

  1. The clinic nurse is providing instructions to a client with diabetes mellitus about the signs and symptoms of hypoglycemia. The nurse should tell the client that which would be noted in a hypoglycemic reaction? 
    1. Thirst 
    2. Hunger 
    3. Polydipsia 
    4. Increased urine output

2. Hunger

  1. A client with type 2 diabetes mellitus has a blood glucose level greater than 600 mg/dL and is complaining of polydipsia, polyuria, weight loss, and weakness. The nurse reviews the health care provider's documentation and expects to note which diagnosis? 
    1. Hypoglycemia 
    2. Pheochromocytoma 
    3. Diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA) 
    4. Hyperglycemic hyperosmolar nonketotic syndrome (HHNS)

 

  1. A client tells the nurse that he enjoys outdoor gardening. The nurse understands that this client probably has active synthesis of which vitamin? 
    1. Vitamin B 
    2. Vitamin D 
    3. Vitamin E 
    4. Vitamin K

 

  1. A preoperative client is scheduled for adrenalectomy to remove a pheochromocytoma. The nurse would most closely monitor which item in the preoperative period? 
    1. Vital signs 
    2. Fluid balance 
    3. Anxiety level 
    4. Creatinine levels

 

  1. A nurse is assessing a client who has had cranial surgery and is at risk for development of diabetes insipidus. The nurse would assess for which signs or symptoms that could indicate development of this complication? 
    1. Diarrhea 
    2. Infection 
    3. Polydipsia 
    4. Weight gain

 

  1. A client is admitted to the hospital with a diagnosis of Addison's disease. The nurse would assess for which problem as a manifestation of this disorder? 
    1. Edema&n
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Adult Health - Endocrine 1. A client is brought to the emergency department in an unresponsive state, and a diagnosis of hyperglycemic hyperosmolar state (HHS) is made. The nurse would immediately prepare to initiate which anticipated health care provider's prescription? 1. Endotracheal intubation 2. 100 units of NPH insulin 3. Intravenous infusion of normal saline 4. Intravenous infusion of sodium bicarbonate 2. An external insulin pump is prescribed for a client with diabetes mellitus and the client asks the nurse about the functioning of the pump. The nurse bases the response on which information about the pump? 1. Is timed to release programmed doses of short-duration or NPH insulin into the bloodstream at specific intervals 2. Continuously infuses small amounts of NPH insulin into the bloodstream while regularly monitoring blood glucose levels 3. Is surgically attached to the pancreas and infuses regular insulin into the pancreas, which in turn releases the insulin into the bloodstream 4. Gives a small continuous dose of short-duration insulin subcutaneously, and the client can self-administer a bolus with an additional dose from the pump before each meal 3. A client with a diagnosis of diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA) is being treated in the emergency department. Which findings would the nurse expect to note as confirming this diagnosis? Select all that apply. 1. Increase in pH 2. Comatose state 3. Deep, rapid breathing 4. Decreased urine output 5. Elevated blood glucose level 6. Low plasma bicarbonate level o 4. The nurse teaches a client with diabetes mellitus about differentiating between hypoglycemia and ketoacidosis. The client demonstrates an understanding of the teaching by stating that a form of glucose should be taken if which symptoms develop? Select all that apply. 1. Polyuria 2. Shakiness 3. Palpitations 4. Blurred vision 5. Lightheadedness 6. Fruity breath odor o 5. A client with diabetes mellitus demonstrates acute anxiety when first admitted to the hospital for the treatment of hyperglycemia. What is the most appropriate intervention to decrease the client's anxiety? 1. Administer a sedative. 2. Convey empathy, trust, and respect toward the client. 3. Ignore the signs and symptoms of anxiety so that they will soon disappear. 4. Make sure that the client knows all the correct medical terms to understand what is happening. 6. The nurse provides instructions to a client newly diagnosed with type 1 diabetes mellitus. The nurse recognizes accurate understanding of measures to prevent diabetic ketoacidosis when the client makes which statement? 1. "I will stop taking my insulin if I'm too sick to eat." 2. "I will decrease my insulin dose during times of illness." 3. "I will adjust my insulin dose according to the level of glucose in my urine." 4. "I will notify my health care provider (HCP) if my blood glucose level is higher than 250 mg/dL." 7. A client is admitted to a hospital with a diagnosis of diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA). The initial blood glucose level was 950 mg/dL. A continuous intravenous infusion of short-acting insulin is initiated, along with intravenous rehydration with normal saline. The serum glucose level is now 240 mg/dL. The nurse would next prepare to administer which item? 1. Ampule of 50% dextrose 2. NPH insulin subcutaneously 3. Intravenous fluids containing dextrose 4. Phenytoin (Dilantin) for the prevention of seizures 8. The nurse is monitoring a client newly diagnosed with diabetes mellitus for signs of complications. Which sign, if exhibited in the client, would indicate hyperglycemia? 1. Polyuria 2. Diaphoresis 3. Hypertension 4. Increased pulse rate 9. The nurse is preparing a plan of care for a client with diabetes mellitus who has hyperglycemia. The nurse places highest priority on which client problem? 1. Lack of knowledge 2. Inadequate fluid volume 3. Compromised family coping 4. Inadequate consumption of nutrients 10. The home health nurse visits a client with a diagnosis of type 1 diabetes mellitus. The client relates a history of vomiting and diarrhea and tells the nurse that no food has been consumed for the last 24 hours. Which additional statement by the client indicates a need for further teaching? 1. "I need to stop my insulin." 2. "I need to increase my fluid intake." 3. "I need to monitor my blood glucose every 3 to 4 hours." 4. "I need to call the health care provider (HCP) because of these symptoms." 11. The nurse is caring for a client after hypophysectomy and notes clear nasal drainage from the client's nostril. The nurse should take which initial action? 1. Lower the head of the bed. 2. Test the drainage for glucose. 3. Obtain a culture of the drainage. 4. Continue to observe the drainage. 12. After several diagnostic tests, a client is diagnosed with diabetes insipidus. The nurse performs an assessment on the client, knowing that which symptom is most indicative of this disorder? 1. Fatigue 2. Diarrhea 3. Polydipsia 4. Weight gain 13. A client is admitted to an emergency department, and a diagnosis of myxedema coma is made. Which action would the nurse prepare to carry out initially? 1. Warm the client. 2. Maintain a patent airway. 3. Administer thyroid hormone. 4. Administer fluid replacement. 14. The nurse is caring for a client admitted to the emergency department with diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA). In the acute phase, the nurse plans for which priority intervention? 1. Correct the acidosis. 2. Administer 5% dextrose intravenously. 3. Apply a monitor for an electrocardiogram. 4. Administer short-duration insulin intravenously. 15. A client with type 1 diabetes mellitus calls the nurse to report recurrent episodes of hypoglycemia with exercising. Which statement by the client indicates an inadequate understanding of the peak action of NPH insulin and exercise? 1. "The best time for me to exercise is after I eat." 2. "The best time for me to exercise is after breakfast." 3. "The best time for me to exercise is mid- to late afternoon." 4. "The best time for me to exercise is after my morning snack." 16. The nurse is completing an assessment on a client who is being admitted for a diagnostic workup for primary hyperparathyroidism. Which client complaint would be characteristic of this disorder? 1. Diarrhea 2. Polyuria 3. Polyphagia 4. Weight gain 17. The nurse is caring for a postoperative parathyroidectomy client. Which client complaint would indicate that a life-threatening complication may be developing, requiring notification of the health care provider immediately? 1. Laryngeal stridor 2. Abdominal cramps 3. Difficulty in voiding 4. Mild to moderate incisional pain 18. A client is diagnosed with pheochromocytoma. The nurse understands that pheochromocytoma is a condition that has which characteristic? 1. Causes profound hypotension 2. Is manifested by severe hypoglycemia 3. Is not curable and is treated symptomatically 4. Causes the release of excessive amounts of catecholamines 19. The nurse is monitoring a client who was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes mellitus and is being treated with NPH and regular insulin. Which client complaints would alert the nurse to the presence of a possible hypoglycemic reaction? Select all that apply. 1. Tremors 2. Anorexia 3. Irritability 4. Nervousness 5. Hot, dry skin 6. Muscle cramps o 20. The nurse is performing an assessment on a client with pheochromocytoma. Which assessment data would indicate a potential complication associated with this disorder? 1. A coagulation time of 5 minutes 2. A urinary output of 50 mL/hour 3. A blood urea nitrogen level of 20 mg/dL 4. A heart rate that is 90 beats/minute and irregular 21. The nursing instructor asks a student to describe the pathophysiology that occurs in Cushing's disease. Which statement by the student indicates an accurate understanding of this disorder? 1. "Cushing's disease results from an oversecretion of insulin." 2. "Cushing's disease results from an undersecretion of corticotropic hormones." 3. "Cushing's disease results from an undersecretion of mineralocorticoid hormones." 4. "Cushing's disease results from an increased pituitary secretion of adrenocorticotropic hormone." 22. The nurse performs a physical assessment on a client with type 2 diabetes mellitus. Findings include a fasting blood glucose level of 120 mg/dL, temperature of 101° F, pulse of 88 beats/minute, respirations of 22 breaths/minute, and blood pressure of 100/72 mm Hg. Which assessment would be of most concern to the nurse? 1. Pulse 2. Respiration 3. Temperature 4. Blood pressure 23. The nurse is interviewing a client with type 2 diabetes mellitus. Which statement by the client indicates an understanding of the treatment for this disorder? 1. "I take oral insulin instead of shots." 2. "By taking these medications, I am able to eat more." 3. "When I become ill, I need to increase the number of pills I take." 4. "The medications I'm taking help release the insulin I already make." 24. The nurse is providing discharge instructions to a client who has Cushing's syndrome. Which client statement indicates that instructions related to dietary management are understood? 1. "I will need to limit the amount of protein in my diet." 2. "I should eat foods that have a lot of potassium in them." 3. "I am fortunate that I can eat all the salty foods I enjoy." 4. "I am fortunate that I do not need to follow any special diet." 25. The nurse is caring for a client who is 2 days postoperative following an abdominal hysterectomy. The client has a history of diabetes mellitus and has been receiving regular insulin according to capillary blood glucose testing four times a day. A carbohydrate-controlled diet has been prescribed but the client has been complaining of nausea and is not eating. On entering the client's room, the nurse finds the client to be confused and diaphoretic. Which action is most appropriate at this time? 1. Call a code to obtain needed assistance immediately. 2. Obtain a capillary blood glucose level and perform a focused assessment. 3. Ask the unlicensed assistive personnel (UAP) to stay with the client while obtaining 15 to 30 g of a carbohydrate snack for the client to eat. 4. Stay with the client and ask the UAP to call the health care provider (HCP) for a prescription for intravenous 50% dextrose. 26. The nurse is caring for a client with pheochromocytoma who is scheduled for adrenalectomy. In the preoperative period, what should the nurse monitor as the priority? 1. Vital signs 2. Intake and output 3. Blood urea nitrogen results 4. Urine for glucose and ketones 27. The nurse is preparing a client with a new diagnosis of hypothyroidism for discharge. The nurse determines that the client understands discharge instructions if the client states that which symptoms are associated with this diagnosis? Select all that apply. 1. Tremors 2. Weight loss 3. Feeling cold 4. Loss of body hair 5. Persistent lethargy 6. Puffiness of the face o 28. A client has just been admitted to the nursing unit following thyroidectomy. Which assessment is the priority for this client? 1. Hypoglycemia 2. Level of hoarseness 3. Respiratory distress 4. Edema at the surgical site 29. A client has been diagnosed with hyperthyroidism. Which signs and symptoms may indicate thyroid storm, a complication of this disorder? Select all that apply. 1. Fever 2. Nausea 3. Lethargy 4. Tremors 5. Confusion 6. Bradycardia o 30. The nurse is caring for a client scheduled for a transsphenoidal hypophysectomy. The preoperative teaching instructions should include which most important statement? 1. "Your hair will need to be shaved." 2. "You will receive spinal anesthesia." 3. "You will need to ambulate after surgery." 4. "Brushing your teeth will not be permitted for at least 2 weeks after surgery." 31. The nurse should include which interventions in the plan of care for ...
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