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While reviewing the patient’s medical record, the nurse notices that the blood pressure is consistently above 139/110 mm Hg, fasting blood glucose levels average 150 mg/dL, and serum triglyceride levels are 260 mg/dL. What should the nurse infer from these findings?
The patient has metabolic syndrome.
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A nurse is talking with a client who has type 2 diabetes mellitus that has responded well to oral hypoglycemic medication. The client reports morning fasting blood glucose levels above 180 mg/dL for the past week. In reviewing the client’s medication history, the nurse should identify which of the following medications as a possible contributing factor to the recent change in glycemic control?
– Prednisone (Deltasone)
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The health care provider prescribes daily fasting blood glucose levels for a client with diabetes mellitus. The goal of treatment is that the client will have glucose levels within the range of:
70 to 105 mg/dL of blood
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A 54-year-old patient with diabetes mellitus is scheduled for a fasting blood glucose level at 8:00 am. The nurse instructs the patient to only drink water after what time? A. 6:00 pm on the evening before the test B. 4:00 am on the day of the test C. Midnight before the test D. 7:00 am on the day of the test
C. Midnight before the test Typically, a patient is ordered to be NPO for 8 hours before a fasting blood glucose level. For this reason, the patient who has a lab draw at 8:00 am should not have any food or beverages containing any calories after midnight.
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10. A nurse is assessing a 39 year old Caucasian female client. The client has a blood pressure (BP) of 152/92 mm Hg at rest, a total cholesterol of level of 190 mg/dL, and a fasting blood glucose level of 110 mg/dL. The nurse would place priority on which risk factor for coronary heart disease (CHD) in this client? a) age b) hypertension c) hyperlipidemia d) glucose intolerance
10) B – Hypertension, cigarette smoking, and hyperlipidemia are major risk factors for CHD. Glucose intolerance, obesity, and response to stress are also contributing factors. An age of more than 40 years is a nonmodifiable risk factor. A cholesterol level of 190 mg/dL and a blood glucose level of 110 mg/dL are within the normal range. The nurse places priority on major risk factors that need modification.
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A person with prediabetes has a fasting blood glucose level of ________
100 – 125 mg/dL
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A patient with type 2 diabetes is scheduled for a follow-up visit in the clinic several months from now. Which test will the nurse schedule to evaluate the effectiveness of treatment for the patient? a. Urine dipstick for glucose b. Oral glucose tolerance test c. Fasting blood glucose level d. Glycosylated hemoglobin level
Impaired fasting blood glucose levels
Normal fasting blood glucose level
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