← Final Exam Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- S/S of gigantism
- what is needed to absorb vitamin B12
- S/S of Cushing's Syndrome
- Organ that controls pituitary gland
- S/S of femoral hernia
- a moon face, hyperglycemia, purple striac, petcchiae, and osteoporosis.
- b lack of pedal pulses, and cyanosis.
- c intrinsic factor
- d hypothalamus
- e large hands and feet, arrow head shape fingers, delayed puberty, double vision, increased sweating.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- dumping syndrome, and meeting nutritional needs
- produces B12, filters blood, produces heparin.
- nasal packing, report nasal drip and swallowing.
- 1hour before meals and bedtime.
- hyponatremia, water retention, concentrated urine, muscle cramps, and weakness.
5 True/False Questions
stops acid secretion → Prilosec
The function of the duodenum or common bile duct → chemical responses that excite, inhibit, or modify another neuron.
Stress ulcer → irritants such as NSAIDS, smoking, alcohol
complications of MS → UTI, pneumonia, pressure ulcers, contractures, and depression.
hormones that regulate calcium → parathyroid and calcitonin