Assignment: Plasma Protein Gamma

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Assignment: Plasma Protein Gamma

Assignment: Plasma Protein Gamma

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Question 39 A nurse practitioner is providing care for a client with low levels of the plasma protein gamma globulin. The nurse would recognize that the client is at risk of developing which of the following health problems?

Answers:

A. Anemia

B. Blood clots

C. Jaundice

D. Infections

Question 40

A 32-year-old woman presents at her neighborhood health clinic complaining of weakness and a feeling of abdominal fullness. She reports that 6 months earlier she noticed that she had difficulty in maintaining the high level of energy she has relied on during her aerobic workouts over the past few years. Because she felt that she was in overall good health, but knew that women often need additional iron, she added a multiple vitamin with iron and some meat and leafy greens to her diet. She followed her plan carefully but had no increase in energy. Upon examination, her spleen is noted to be enlarged. Which of the following is most likely to be the cause?

Answers:

A. CLL

B. Accelerated CML

C. Infectious mononucleosis

D. Stage A Hodgkin disease

Question 41

A nurse is providing care for several patients on an acute medical unit of a hospital.Which of the following patients would be most likely to benefit from hematopoietic growth factors?

Answers:

A. A 61-year-old female patient with end-stage renal cancer

B. A 55-year-old obese male patient with peripheral neuropathy secondary to diabetes

C. A 51-year-old female patient with liver failure secondary to hepatitis

D. A 44-year-old man with a newly diagnosed brain tumor

Question 42

Misinterpreting her physician’s instructions, a 69-year-old woman with a history of peripheral artery disease has been taking two 325 mg tablets of aspirin daily. How has this most likely affected her hemostatic status?

Answers:

A. The binding of an antibody to platelet factor IV produces immune complexes.

B. The patient’s prostaglandin (TXA2) levels are abnormally high.

C. Irreversible acetylation of platelet cyclooxygenase activity has occurred.

D. She is at risk of developing secondary immune thrombocytopenic purpura (ITP).

Question 43 Which of the following teaching points would be most appropriate with a client who has a recent diagnosis of von Willebrand disease?

Answers:

A. “Make sure that you avoid taking aspirin.”

B. “Your disease affects your platelet function rather than clot formation.”

C. “Clotting factor VIII can help your body compensate for the difficulty in clotting.”

D. “It’s important that you avoid trauma.”

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