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Tutor profile: Nicole B.

Nicole B.
5 years experienced tutor!

Questions

Subject: Nursing

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You are caring for a patient who came into the ER with a distal humerus fracture from a car accident. The patient states that he is having difficulty extending his fingers in the cast. What is action should the nurse take next? A. Perform a neurovascular assessment B. Call the provider immediately C. Place warm towels over the affected fingers D. Document the findings, because this finding is excepted

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Answer:

B. Call the provider immediately Volkmann's contracture is a medical emergency that must be reported right away. Volkmann's contracture is a late sign of compartment syndrome, that occurs from ischemia to the forearm. Symptoms include hand and wrist deformity ( 'claw-like'), inability to extend fingers, edema, lack of sensation, and pain.

Subject: Study Skills

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What is the most effective way in answering a multiple-answer question?

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Answer:

Multiple-answer questions are often overwhelming for students. The most effective tool in answering this type of question is to first cover the other answer choices. Next, use a 'True/False' mentality for each answer choice until all available answers have been chosen.

Subject: Anatomy

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Which layer of the skin contains sebaceous glands, nerves, and blood vessels? A. Epidermis B. Subcutaneous tissue C. Interior layer D. Dermis

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D. Dermis The skin is composed of three layers: epidermis, dermis, subcutaneous tissue. The dermis lies between the epidermis and subcutaneous tissue. The dermis is the thickest layer that contains blood vessels, sweat glands, sebaceous glands, nerves, and hair follicles.

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