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Tutor profile: Jordan R.

Jordan R.
6 year ICU RN, MSN Education Student

Questions

Subject: Nursing

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Question:

A nurse identifies that a client has all of these nursing diagnoses. Which one is the priority? a. Ineffective breathing pattern related to bronchial constriction as evidenced by shortness of breath, increased supplemental O2 needs, and auditory wheezing. b. Risk for imbalanced fluid volume related to renal insufficiency as evidenced by current daily use of diuretic medication and client report of nocturia. c. Impaired gas exchange related to chronic lung disease as evidenced by diminished lung sounds, barrel chest, and shortness of breath at rest. d. Risk for shock related to acute hypovolemia as evidenced by the client’s report of polyuria, low fluid intake, fatigue, lightheadedness, and low blood pressure.

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Answer:

Answer: A. Rationale: Answer A. is the highest priority due to its relation to the client’s presentation with an acute exacerbation of a chronic health condition. The diagnosis requires nursing intervention to prevent further deterioration of the client’s immediate condition. Choices B and C are risk diagnoses that have not yet occurred, and choice C describes the normal presentation of a patient with chronic lung disease.

Subject: Anatomy

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Question:

What is the function of superior and inferior vena cavae?

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Answer:

The inferior and superior vena cavae return blood from the body back to the heart for reoxygenation before returning it to circulation through the aorta.

Subject: Algebra

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Question:

Evaluate the expression for x = 5 y = 3x + 7

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Answer:

y = 3x + 7 y = 3(5) +7 y = 15 + 7 y = 22

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