Tutor profile: Taylor W.
Subject: Nutrition and Wellness
All of the following are benefits of breastfeeding, except: A. The baby will experience less allergy symptoms B. The baby will not need to have vitamin D supplements C. The mother will not need to make bottles from formula D. The mother will pass on some of her immunity to the infant
B. The baby will not need to have vitamin D supplements Breastmilk does not contain vitamin D, and therefore supplementation will be necessary.
The nurse is caring for a client who has been experiencing an anxiety attack for approximately 30 minutes. Which of the following acid base imbalances would the nurse expect to see? A. metabolic acidosis B. metabolic alkalosis C. respiratory acidosis D. respiratory alkalosis
D. respiratory alkalosis The client experiencing an anxiety attack will be breathing heavier and more rapidly than normal. This means the client is breathing off more CO2, which is an acid. Since the body is getting rid of more acid than necessary, it will cause a state of alkalosis. The cause is being initiated by the respiratory system.
Subject: Medical Assistant
The provider has ordered for a tuberculin skin test (tst) to be administered. The medical assistant understand that the needle will be insterted at what angle? A. 5-15 degrees B. 10-25 degrees C. 45-90 degrees D. 90 degrees
A. 5-15 degrees The tst is administered intradermally. In order to be placed appropriately under the skin, the MA will administer it at 5-15 degrees with the bevel up.
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