Self Test: Test your nursing knowledge
Denise D. Hayes MSN, RN, CRNP

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Nursing2014
March 2011 
Volume 41  Number 3
Pages 65 - 65
 
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ABSTRACT
1. A patient is experiencing anaphylaxis following administration of an I.V. antibiotic. Which of the following is your first priority? a. Provide supplemental oxygen. b. Obtain vital signs. c. Maintain an open airway. d. Administer I.V. fluids.2. Which of the following is most characteristic of the healing process associated with a stage IV pressure ulcer? a. minimal tissue loss b. approximated wound edges c. regeneration d. large amount of scar tissue3. A patient is admitted with a chronic inflammatory pulmonary process. This condition is primarily characterized by which conditions? (Select all that apply.) a. dense infiltration of lymphocytes b. dense infiltration of macrophages c. granuloma formation d. neutrophil infiltration4. An indwelling urinary catheter has been prescribed for a postoperative patient because of acute urinary retention. Which interventions should you implement to prevent catheter-associated urinary tract infection? (Select all that apply.) a. Remove

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