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12. What is the purpose of a baseline complete blood count (CBC) prior to initiation of the antipsychotic medication?
You are reviewing the complete blood count for a patient ho has been admitted for knee arthroscopy. Which value is most important to report to the physician before surgery?
White blood cell count of 16,000
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A complete blood count is commonly performed before a client goes into surgery. What does this test seek to identify?
Abnormally low hematocrit (HCT) and hemoglobin (Hb) levels
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Which of the following is not a vital sign? a) heart rate b) blood pressure c) body mass index d) complete blood count
d) complete blood count A complete blood count is a laboratory test, not a vital sign.
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what does a CBC (complete blood count) assess?
RBC, Hgb, Hct, MCV, MCH, MCHC, RDW, WBC, platelet count, PDW, and PCV
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The nurse is discharging a client diagnosed with anemia. Which discharge instruction should the nurse teach? 1. Take the prescribed iron until it is completely gone. 2. Monitor pulse and blood pressure at a local pharmacy weekly. 3. Have a complete blood count checked at the HCP’s office. 4. Perform isometric exercise three (3) times a week.
3. Have a complete blood count checked at the HCP’s office.
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Which of the following would be most helpful in confirming the diagnosis of sickle cell disease? A. Complete blood count B. Serum electrolytes C. Hemoglobin electrophoresis D. Sweat chloride test
Answer: C
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When assessing the patient for postpartum hemorrhage the nurse monitors which of the following every hour? a) Vital signs b) Complete blood count c) Urine volume excreted d) Pad count
d)Pad count Explanation: The way to monitor for bleeding every hour is to assess pads and percent of pad saturated by blood in the previous hour. It would not be necessary to do a complete blood count every hour, nor hourly urines. Vital signs are not typically taken every hour.
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A patient is prescribed zileuton to treat asthma. Which will be closely monitored in the patient to ensure safe drug administration? Creatinine clearance Liver enzyme levels Complete blood count Uric acid baseline level
Liver enzyme levels
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What is the purpose of a baseline complete blood count CBC prior to initiation of the antipsychotic medication?
To monitor for agranulocytosis a baseline CBC is indicated to allow for monitoring of the development of agranulocytosis, a potentially life threatening side effect, as evidenced by fatigue, sore throat, and fever.
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