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A nurse is teaching the parent of a child about administration guidelines for the human papilloma virus (HPV) vaccine. Which of the following information should the nurse include?
Three doses are administered to adolescents who start the series after age 15.
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A nurse is providing education for the parent of a child about administration guidelines for the human papilloma virus (HPV) vaccine. Which of the following information should the nurse include?
Three doses should be given starting at age 11 or 12. -second dose 1-2 months after -3rd dose be given 6 months after -1st dose -can be given up to age 26
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The nurse presents a cancer prevention program to teens. Which of the following will have the greatest impact in cancer prevention? A. Avoid asbestos. B. Wear sunscreen. C. Get the human papilloma virus (HPV) vaccine. D. Do not smoke cigarettes.
D. Tobacco is the single most important source of preventable carcinogenesis.
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Which of the following may be caused by exposure to human papilloma virus?
What link does the human papilloma virus (HPV) have, if any, with vulvar cancer?
HPV DNA can be identified in about 70% to 80% of intraepithelial lesions, but is seen in only 10% to 50% of invasive lesions. HPV type 16 seems to be most common, but types 6 and 33 have also been identified.
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A patient has chronic infection by the human papilloma virus (HPV). Which cancer does the nurse monitor for in this patient?
● Understand how development of cervical cancer is linked to the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV)
HPV and Cervical Cancer -Certain HPV types are classified as “high-risk” = because they lead to abnormal cell changes and can cause genital cancers: cervical cancer as well as cancer of the vulva, anus, and penis. – more than 99% cervical cancers — are caused by these high-risk HPV viruses. The most common of the high-risk strains of HPV are types 16 and 18, which cause about 70% of all cervical cancers. -If the body clears the infection, the cervical cells return to normal. But if the body doesn’t clear the infection, the cells in the cervix can continue to change abnormally. – This can lead to precancerous changes or cervical cancer.
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The nurse presents a cancer prevention program to teens. Which instruction will have the greatest impact in cancer prevention? Avoid asbestos. Wear sunscreen. Get the human papilloma virus (HPV) vaccine. Do not smoke cigarettes
Do not smoke cigarettes
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Epstein Barr virus human papilloma virus hepatitis Human T cell leukemia virus
Name the 4 oncogenic viruses
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6. The nurse presents a cancer prevention program to teens. Which instruction will have the greatest impact in cancer prevention? A Avoid asbestos. B Wear sunscreen. C Get the human papilloma virus (HPV) vaccine. D Do not smoke cigarettes.
ANS: D All of these actions are part of cancer prevention; however, tobacco is the single most important source of preventable carcinogenesis. Asbestos may be found in older homes and buildings. Most schools have been through an asbestos abatement program so should not pose a risk. It would be important to share with teens who may be involved in the construction industry during the summer to be aware of asbestos risks. Although asbestos may present a risk for lung cancer, it is not a likely exposure for teens. Lifetime exposure to the sun and the use of tanning beds will increase the risk for cancer, but not as much as tobacco use. The HPV vaccine will decrease the risk for cervical cancer, but will not have as much of an impact on cancer prevention as avoiding tobacco.
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