Assignment: Vitamin K deficiency

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Assignment: Vitamin K deficiency

Assignment: Vitamin K deficiency

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A 47-year-old woman was diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis 3 years ago and has experienced a progressive onset and severity of complications. She has been admitted to a palliative care unit due to her poor prognosis? What assessments and interventions should the nursing staff of the unit prioritize in their care?

Answers:

A. Regular pain assessment and administration of opioid analgesics as needed

B. Cardiac monitoring and administration of inotropic medications

C. Assessment and documentation of cognitive changes, including confusion and restlessness

D. Assessment of swallowing ability and respiratory status

Question 8

A 53-year-old man presents with inability to concentrate, itching in his fingers and toes, elevated blood pressure, and unexplained weight loss. He is diagnosed with primary polycythemia. What will be the primary goal of his treatment?

Answers:

A. To increase the amount of oxygen distributed by his red blood cells

B. To reduce the viscosity of his blood

C. To reduce the mean size of his red cells

D. To control his hypertension

Question 9

During a late night study session, a pathophysiology student reaches out to turn the page of her textbook. Which of the following components of her nervous system contains the highest level of control of her arm and hand action?

Answers:

A. Thalamus

B. Cerebellum

C. Frontal lobe

D. Basal ganglia

Question 10

The family members of an elderly patient are wondering why his “blood counts” are not rising after his last GI bleed. They state, “He has always bounced back after one of these episodes, but this time it isn’t happening. Do you know why?” The nurse will respond based on which of the following pathophysiological principles?

Answers:

A. “Don’t worry about it. We can always give him more blood.”

B. “Due to stress, the red blood cells of older adults are not replaced as promptly as younger people.”

C. “Everything slows down when you get older. You just have to wait and see what happens.”

D. “The doctor may start looking for another cause of his anemia, maybe cancer of the bone.”

Question 11

A 44-year-old female patient presents to the emergency department with abnormal bleeding and abdominal pain that is later attributed to gallbladder disease. Which of the following diagnoses would the medical team be most justified in suspecting as a cause of the patient’s bleeding?

Answers:

A. Hemophilia B

B. Vitamin K deficiency

C. Excess calcium

D. Idiopathic immune thrombocytopenic purpura (ITP)

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