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Tutor profile: Brittany S.

Brittany S.
Registered Nurse for almost 10 years, now a licensed family nurse practitioner

Questions

Subject: Pharmacy

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Question:

A 2-year-old child is receiving temporary total parenteral nutrition (TPN) through a central venous line. This is the first day of TPN therapy. Although all of the following nursing actions must be included in the plan of care of this child, which one would be a priority at this time?

Brittany S.
Answer:

A. Use aseptic technique during dressing changes. B. Maintain central line catheter integrity. C. Monitor serum glucose levels. D. Check results of liver function tests.

Subject: Nursing

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Question:

While assessing a one-month-old infant, which of the findings warrants further investigation by the nurse? Select all that apply.

Brittany S.
Answer:

A. Abdominal respirations B. Irregular breathing rate C. Inspiratory grunt D. Increased heart rate with crying E. Nasal flaring F. Cyanosis G. Asymmetric chest movement

Subject: Anatomy

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Question:

Which of the following is a structural, fibrous protein found in the dermis?

Brittany S.
Answer:

(A) Collagen (B) Heparin (C) Lipocyte (D) Melanin (E) Sebum

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