5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- -twitching of mouth.
-tingling and numbness of fingers.
-carpopedal spasms. (spasms in hands and feet)
- Direct-acting sympathomimetics
- limit high potassium foods
- a directly stimulate the adrenergic receptor
- b 20x more prevalent in the cells (ICF) than in the vessels (intravascular fluid or plasma)
- c A client is noted to have a serum potassium level of 5.7 mEq/L. The first action the nurse would anticipate would be to:
- d Your client has a calcium deficit. Your assessment includes signs and symptoms of tetany, including all of the following
- e acts on more than one receptor (nonselective)
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- stimulates insulin action. Said to be helpful in control of type 2 diabetes.
- A client is to receive enteral feedings throughout a 24-hour period. These feedings are known as
- A nurse is administering epinephrine to a client during a cardiac arrest. The primary desired action of this medication is to:
- constrict bronchioles, contract uterus, and can decrease blood sugar.
- A nurse is caring for a client who was admitted with multiple fractures and hypercalcemia. Which of the following symptoms would the nurse assess for?
5 True/False Questions
Jejunostomy → - through abd wall into stomach
calcium → stimulates insulin action. Said to be helpful in control of type 2 diabetes.
rest and digest → parasympathetic response
urinary retention → Which problem would be the highest priority in caring for the client who has had atropine
chormium → antioxidant. Thought to have anticarcinogenic effect