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Which of the following is not a characteristic of primates? 1. Large litter sizes. 2. A tendency to possess nails rather than claws. 3. Stereoscopic (binocular) vision. 4. Grasping hands and feet.
Large litter sizes.
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At 1 minute of age, the infant is crying and has a heart rate of 160 and a respiratory rate of 58. Both of the infant’s arms and legs are flexed, and her hands and feet are cyanotic. 3. Which APGAR score should the nurse assign? A) 10. B) 9. C) 8. D) 7.
B) 9. CORRECT One point is deducted for acrocyanosis.
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Four weeks after a bone marrow transplant, a client develops a fever and a rash on the hands and feet. Based on these findings, the nurse should suspect that the client is experiencing which of the following conditions?
Graft-versus-host disease
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Enchondroma – punctate and ring like calcifications Hyaline and myxoid cartilage Medullary cavity which may cause erosion of the cortex but not invasion (as it is benign). Most commonly affected bones are those of the hands and feet.
What condition is seen here? It is a benign tumor of what type of cartilage? What area of the bone is most commonly affected and what bones are most commonly affected in solitary tumors?
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Four weeks after a bone marrow transplant, a client develops a fever and a rash on the hands and feet. Based on these findings, the nurse should suspect that the client is experiencing which of the following conditions? A. allergic response to medication B. Side effects of radiation therapy C. veno-occlusive disease of the liver D. graft-versus-host disease
D. graft-versus-host disease
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A 22-year-old female patient is complaining of dyspnea and numbness and tingling in her hands and feet after an argument with her fiancé. Her respirations are 40 breaths/min. You should:
provide reassurance and give oxygen as needed.
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At 1 minute of age, the infant is crying and has a heart rate of 160 and a respiratory rate of 58. Both of the infant’s arms and legs are flexed, and her hands and feet are cyanotic.
9. rationale: One point is deducted for acrocyanosis.
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Melanie is asked the question, “What if humans never had hands or feet?” Though she knows most humans do have hands and feet, she says, “Well, I guess we wouldn’t have the need for shoes or gloves anymore. Hmmm… I suppose it might be really difficult for humans to keep their balance if they didn’t have feet.” According to Piaget, in what stage is Melanie?
Formal operational stage
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A patient is receiving cisplatin as part of her treatment for ovarian cancer. Which nursing diagnosis is appropriate for this antineoplastic drug? A. Ineffective tissue perfusion related to cardiotoxicity B. Ineffective breathing pattern related to the adverse effect of pulmonary toxicity C. Risk for injury related to effects of neurotoxicity (ataxia, numbness of hands and feet) D. Impaired urinary elimination pattern related to hyperuricemia
Rationale: C; Risk for injury related to neurotoxicity is an appropriate nursing diagnosis specific to cisplatin. Cisplatin does not cause cardiotoxicity, hyperuricemia, or pulmonary toxicity.
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A nurse is caring for a client who has testicular cancer and is experiencing peripheral neuropathy as an adverse effect of chemotherapy. Which of the following client manifestations is an expected finding of peripheral neuropathy? Thinning of the scalp hair Tingling of the hands and feet Reduced ability to concentrate Sores in the mucous membranes
Tingling of the hands and feet Several chemotherapeutic agents might cause peripheral neuropathy. One of the major manifestations of peripheral neuropathy is numbness and tingling of an extremity.
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