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A nurse is teaching high school students about transmission of the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). Which comment by a student warrants clarification by the nurse?
“I won’t donate blood because I don’t want to get AIDS.”
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(SELECT ALL THAT APPLY) The nurse is planning care for a client with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). Which statement by the nurse indicates her understanding of HIV transmission?
(4) “I will wear a mask, gown, and gloves when splashing of bodily fluids is likely.”, (5) “I will wash my hands after client care.”
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A nurse is caring for a preschooler diagnosed with human immunodeficiency virus who is at the clinic to receive immunizations. Which of the following statements about HIV immunizations for this child is the most appropriate?
The only immunization contraindicated for this client is the oral polio.
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Which of the following infection-to-cancer type associations is NOT correct? human papillomavirus (HPV) to cervical/penile cancer hepatitis B to skin cancer hepatitis C to liver cancer human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) to multiple cancers
hepatitis B to skin cancer
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6. (p. 306-307) Which of the following statements about human immunodeficiency virus is FALSE? A. HIV is spread by the exchange of infected body fluids. B. HIV is a retrovirus. C. The virus first attacks an individual’s immune system. D. An infected person remains symptomatic after the viral load set point is established.
D. An infected person remains symptomatic after the viral load set point is established
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Which information would be most important to help the nurse determine if the patient needs human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) testing?
a. Patient age The current Center for Disease Control (CDC) policy is to offer routine testing for HIV to all individuals age 13 to 64. Although lifestyle, symptoms, and sexual orientation may suggest increased risk for HIV infection, the goal is to test all individuals in this age range.
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A patient with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection has developed Mycobacterium avium complex infection. Which outcome would be appropriate for the nurse to include in the plan of care?
d. The patient will maintain intact perineal skin. The major manifestation of M. avium infection is loose, watery stools, which would increase the risk for perineal skin breakdown. The other outcomes would be appropriate for other complications (pneumonia, dementia, influenza, etc.) associated with HIV infection.
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Which patient exposure by the nurse is most likely to require postexposure prophylaxis when the patient’s human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) status is unknown?
a. Needle stick with a needle and syringe used to draw blood Puncture wounds are the most common means for workplace transmission of blood-borne diseases, and a needle with a hollow bore that had been contaminated with the patient’s blood would be a high-risk situation. The other situations described would be much less likely to result in transmission of the virus.
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9. For what reason would breastfeeding be contraindicated? a. Hepatitis B b. Everted nipples c. History of breast cancer 3 years ago d. Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) positive
ANS: D Women who are HIV positive are discouraged from breastfeeding. Although hepatitis B antigen has not been shown to be transmitted through breast milk, as an added precaution infants born to HBsAg-positive women should receive the hepatitis B vaccine and immune globulin immediately after birth. Everted nipples are functional for breastfeeding. Newly diagnosed breast cancer would be a contraindication to breastfeeding
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What is the number one cause for mortality among children? 1. Human immunodeficiency virus 2. Congenital anomalies 3. Motor vehicle accidents 4. Low birthweight
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