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North-West College, Pasadena - NURSING 101(QUESTIONS, CORRECT ANSWERS AND RATIONALE)

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Gastro intestinal test A patient who is being evaluated for episodes of hematemesis and dyspepsia tells the nurse that pain occurs when he eats, but pain does not waken him. The nurse recognizes a ... diagnostic sign of which condition? A patient with a ruptured diverticulum in the descending colon has undergone a transverse loop colostomy. The patient is upset and says, "I didn't know it was going to be this awful. I hate this!" Which response made by the nurse would be most helpful? Select one: a. "This is a temporary solution. It will be closed in 6 weeks." In caring for a patient with gastric bleeding who has a nasogastric tube in place, the nurse should include in the plan of care to ensure that the NG tube is: In designing a teaching plan to present to a group of older adults regarding the prevention of esophageal cancer, the nurse would include information about the significance of (select all that apply): a. cessation of smoking. b. feeling that food is not passing through the esophagus. c. regular checkups if dysphagia is present. e. limiting alcohol consumption. The home health nurse caring for a patient who has dysarthria (impaired speech) related to radiation therapy for an oral cancer would recommend that the family provide: a. a tablet and pencil as a communication aid. The nurse anticipates that the patient who has had a subtotal gastrectomy will need supplemental: b. vitamin B12 due to the loss of the intrinsic factor. The nurse caring for a patient with a peptic ulcer who has had a nasogastric tube inserted notes bright blood in the tube; the patient complains of pain and has become hypotensive. Which condition should the nurse recognize these as signs of? c. Bowel Perforation The nurse clarifies that the end product of carbohydrate metabolism is absorbed and put into the blood stream by the: b. villi of the small intestine. The nurse takes into consideration that a proton pump inhibitor drug, such as ______________, will completely eradicate gastric acid production. a. omeprazole (Prilosec) What is the most lethal complication of a peptic ulcer? b. Bowel Perforation What should a nurse do when obtaining a stool specimen to be examined for ova and parasites? c. Obtain three different stool specimens on subsequent days What should the nurse include in a teaching plan for a patient to reduce the frequency of pyrosis due to GERD? d. Eating small frequnt meals Which of the following should be included in the patient teaching of a patient with a peptic ulcer? c. Eating 6 small meals a day Which recommendation is most appropriate for a patient who has had an esophageal dilation related to achalasia? c. Drink 10 oz of fluid with each meal Why are peptic ulcers a common problem of aging? c. Because of overuse of NSAIDs Peristalsis can be described as: d. coordinate, rhythmic contraction of smooth muscle that pushes food through the digestive tract. A client has undergone an endoscopy of the upper gastrointestinal tract. The post procedure nursing care plan should include which of the following nursing interventions? b. Withholding food until a gag reflex is present A client is scheduled for a sigmoidoscopy. As part of the preparation for this diagnostic procedure, what should the nurse do? a. Administer an enema the morning of the test A client with a history of peptic ulcer disease develops a fever of 101 degrees Fahrenheit. Which accompanying sign most strongly indicates the client has peritonitis? a. Elevated white blood cell count A patient has been admitted for diagnostic procedures including an esophagogastroduodenoscopy. The nurse explains to this patient that during this procedure, the physician will: b. Order NPO status 1 hour before the procedure If the client had candidiasis, which assessment finding is the nurse most likely to observe when inspecting the oral cavity? a. Dark brown, flat lesions in the oropharynx b. Clear, shiny membranous coating of the tongue c. Red, painful sores d. White, curdlike patches throughout the mouth Symptoms of GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease) can be modified or eliminated by which nursing interventions? Select one: a. Eat three large meals daily b. Follow a high-protein, high-fat diet c. Remain upright for 1 to 2 hours post meals d. Eat a snack 1 hour before bedtime Digestion of carbohydrates begins in the: c. mouth A 45 year old is admitted with with a diagnosis of peptic ulcers. Which drugs would the nurse expect this patient to be prescribed to decrease gastric acid secretion? b. Tagament and Zantac A 78-year-old female patient was admitted during the evening shift with a tentative diagnosis of cancer of the esophagus. What complaint does the nurse anticipate finding in her initial assessment of the patient? a. Dysphagia A patient has been diagnosed with Achalasia. The nurse expects the patient to report which? Select one: c. Dysphagia especially with liquids A patient has a diagnosis of Achalasia. The nursing diagnosis is imbalance nutrition less than body requirement related to swallowing both solids and liquids. An appropriate nursing intervention is: Select one: a. Encourage fluids with meals Dental plaque may lead to gingivitis and: Select one: d. Tooth decay A patient has undergone a Barium enema. An important teaching is: Select one: a. instruct patient to monitor stools at home for complete evacuation of the barium. The nurse will perform which to determine if blood is in the stool? Select one: b. Occult stool The gallbladder, pancreas and ____________ are GI accessory organs. Select one: a. Liver Up to 90 % of digestion occurs where? Select one: c. small intestines Bacteria in the large intestine is responsible for Vitamin K synthesis which is needed for: Select one: d. normal blood clotting If GERD is not managed appropriately, it can lead to: Select one: a. life threatening problems. Risk factors for esophageal cancer include: Select one: a. obesity and acid reflux MUSKULOSKELETAL A 56-year-old female patient is being seen for osteoarthritis of the knee in the clinic. What should the nurse recommend when discussing strengthening exercises? Select one: c. Bicycling A patient had an open reduction with internal fixation (ORIF) for a compound fracture of the left tibia and has been placed in a long leg cast. The assessments by the nurse are: left foot warm/pink, pedal pulse equal, capillary refill less than 3 seconds. What should the nurse do? Select one: b. Document that all assessments are within normal limits A patient has undergone a bipolar hip repair (hemiarthroplasty). Which is the most appropriate instruction? Select one: c. Avoid crossing the legs A patient who has had a right below the knee amputation continues to complain of unpleasant sensation in the right foot. What can the nurse explain about this "phantom pain"? Select one: c. It is related to the severed nerves that are still sending messages to the brain. Calcium is a mineral found in many foods that can slow bone loss during the aging process. Which food is high in calcium? Select one: c. Yogurt Certain foods may increase the pain associated with gout. Which foods have the highest concentration of purines? Select one: a. Brain, liver, kidney Within forty-eight hours after a patient sustained a fractured femur in a car accident, the nurse assessed a pulse of 116, respirations at 32, petechiae of the neck and chest and labored crackles in both lung fields. The nurse immediately reports to the charge nurse the probability of a(n): Select one: c. fat embolism. How is rheumatoid arthritis distinguished from osteoarthritis? Select one: a. Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune, systemic disease; osteoarthritis is a degenerative disease of the joints. The 14-year-old boy who is scheduled for left leg amputation says to the nurse, "What in the world am I going to do with only one leg?" What is the nurse's most therapeutic response? a. "Would you like to tell me what are you thinking about right now?" The characteristics of osteoarthritis that should be included in a teaching plan would include that osteoarthritis (select all that apply): a. will cause the formation of Heberden nodes. c. results from wear and tear. d. may affect only one side of the body. The nurse clarifies to a patient who is being evaluated for possible rheumatoid arthritis that the elevated erythrocyte sedimentation rate indicates the presence of: a. urate crystals. b. abnormal serum protein. c. increased inflammatory reaction in the body. d. abnormal thrombocytes. The nurse explains to a patient who has had a knee replacement that warfarin (Coumadin) is ordered to: c. prevent formation of a thrombus. The nurse instructs the patient who is to have a unicompartmental knee replacement that a major advantage of this partial knee replacement is that: a. the patient will be up and walking 2 to 3 hours after the The patient has been diagnosed as having gouty arthritis. The patient asks the nurse to explain the cause of the inflammation of the great toe. What is the most appropriate nursing response? b. "The inflammation is from small accumulations of uric acid crystals, which are called tophi." The patient that has a bipolar hip replacement following an intracapsular fracture has an order to be turned every 2 hours. The nurse understands that the correct nursing intervention is to keep the legs: c. abducted so the prosthesis does not become dislocated. The patient, age 58, is diagnosed with osteoporosis after densitometry testing. She has been menopausal for 5 years and has been concerned about her risk for osteoporosis because her mother has osteoporosis. In teaching her about her osteoporosis, which information does the nurse include? a. Even with a family history of osteoporosis, the calcium loss from bones can be slowed by increased calcium intake and weight bearing exercise. What does prolonged bed rest put the older adult at risk for? b. Pathologic fractures What is the first priority nursing intervention for an impending fat embolism? a. Administer oxygen in a respiratory emergency What is the large, fan-shaped muscle that covers the anterior chest from the sternum to the proximal end of the humerus and acts on the joint of the shoulder to flex, adduct, and rotate? Select one: d. Pectoralis major A patient has a diagnosis of gouty arthritis. What assessment findings support the diagnosis? c. Edema, pain, and erythema of the large toe What is the movement of an extremity away from the midline of the body called? a. Abduction A post menopausal female is at high risk for what condition? Select one: b. Osteoporosis What should the nurse do when a patient with osteomyelitis is admitted with an open wound that is draining? b. Initiate drainage and secretion precautions What should the nurse include in the plan of care for a patient following a myelogram? Select one: a. Position in a semi-Fowler position for 8 hours to reduce potential of headache What should the nurse instruct the patient before a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) procedure? Select one: c. Remove all metal, such as jewelry, glasses, and hair clips What should the nurse stress to a post-hip replacement patient in quadriceps setting exercises? Select one: a. Push knee down to mattress and raise heel off the bed When the patient with rheumatoid arthritis complains about the daily exercise, the nurse encouragingly reminds the patient that exercises: a. keeps the joints from "freezing." Which finding would delay a computed tomography (CT) scan? Select one: a. Patient's allergy to shellfish Which instructions should the nurse include in a teaching plan for a person with gouty arthritis? (Select all that apply.) Select one or more: a. Avoid excessive alcohol. b. Joint immobilization while disease is symptomatic. c. Avoid excessive consumption of foods high in purines. e. Use bed cradle to support linens. A patient has a diagnose of osteomyelitis. This refers to: Select one: a. Infection of bone and bone marrow An appropriate nursing intervention for a patient with a diagnose of left lower leg osteomyelitis includes: Select one: b. Provide gentle handling of the extremity The nurse explain to a patient the purpose of arthrocentesis is: Select one: d. withdraw synovial fluid for diagnostic purposes Nursing interventions for a patient who has undergone a Arthrocentesis include: Select one: c. Instruct patient to apply ice for 24 to 48 hours after the procedure Which foods should not be eaten in large amounts when a patient is prescribed warfarin? d. Dark leafy green vegetables Paresthesia refers to: Select one: a. numbness or tingling sensation A female patient diagnosed with osteoarthritis has numerous questions for the nurse about the disorder. In answering her questions, what does the nurse relay regarding osteoarthritis? Select one: a. Almost considered to be an inevitable consequence of aging A patient has a diagnose of Ankylosing Spondylitis. Which is a correct nursing interventions/instruction? Select one: b. Use a firm mattress Respiratory A 55-year-old man comes to the health nurse at his place of work with epistaxis. He reports he has frequent nosebleeds that he can usually control himself. What would be the most helpful assessment after the nurse has stopped the bleeding? Select one: a. Assess the blood pressure for hypotention An 83-year-old patient is admitted with a temperature of 102° F (38.8° C), chest pain, and fatigue. What is the infected fluid that the physician removes called? Select one: d. Empyema How should a patient be positioned after a thoracentesis is completed and the dressing applied? c. Side lying on unaffected side How would the nurse examining a patient with pleurisy document a low-pitched grating lung sound? b. Friction rub What is the purpose of the cilia? b. Sweep debris toward nasal cavity When assessing the SaO2 with a pulse oximeter, the nurse will place the oximeter on a finger: c. that is a normal temperature. Which independent nursing measures are effective in aiding a patient to expectorate? (Select all that apply.) Select one or more: a. Positioning in orthopneic position b. Suctioning c. Assisting to cough d. Providing hydration Which instruction by the nurse is inappropriate for teaching the proper technique for collection of a sputum specimen? Select one: c. Collect specimens after meals Which patient assessment indicates the most severe respiratory distress? c. Substernal retraction, SaO2 84% A client becomes unresponsive, stops breathing, and has a pulse. When performing rescue breathing based on the American Heart Association's recommendations, about how many breaths will the patient receive? b. 12 per minute How should a sputum specimen for culture and sensitivity testing be collected? Select one: a. Collect specimen before beginning antibiotics External respiration is the same as: d. breathing Which statement is true of the trachea d. It is part of the upper respiratory tract The right lung contains how many lobes? Select one: b. 3 The purpose of a thoracentesis is to: c. Aspirate fluid from the pleural space The walls of the thoracic cavity are lined with a serous membrane; what is this membrane called? Select one: b. parietal pleura A patient arrives in the ER with epistaxis. The nurse will position the patient? Select one: d. Fowler's position with head forward The nurse notes a patient with epistaxis is swallowing blood. What is the correct instruction for the nurse to tell the patient? b. Instruct patient to expectorate any blood or blood clots Which structure is called the windpipe and is supported by rings of cartilage? d. Trachea The trachea branches into the right and left d. bronchi. Oxygen diffuses from the alveoli into the Select one: c. pulmonary capillaries. Dyspnea means a. difficulty breathing Frontal, maxillary, sphenoidal, and ethmoidal. c. are paranasal sinuses. Most oxygen is transported through the blood a. and is attached to hemoglobin. Which of the following structures controls respirations? a. Medulla oblongata The nares, nostrils, and nasal septum b. are located in the upper respiratory tract. Which of the following structures is located in the lungs? c. Alveoli The epiglottis c. prevents food from entering the trachea. Which of the following best describes the visceral and parietal pleura? Select one: c. Are serous membranes that line the pleural cavity A patient has undergone nasal surgery. The post-operative nurse should instruct the patient to: b. refrain from blowing the nose during the immediate post-operative The nurse wrote a nursing diagnosis of risk for aspiration related to partial airway obstruction. An important nursing intervention is to: c. Frequently monitor respiratory status and swallowing A patient has undergone a tonsillectomy. Which position should the nurse place the patient? a. Side lying Care of the Patient with a Respiratory Disorder A patient, age 22, is admitted with acute asthma. The patient shows a pulse oximetry level of SaO2 of 82%. How should the nurse interpret this? Select one: b. There is 82% of oxygen bound to the hemoglobin A patient, age 69, has emphysema. On assessment, the nurse notes the presence of a "barrel chest." What does this pathology result from? Select one: b. An increased anteroposterior diameter caused by overinflation of the alveoli How do leukotriene modifiers reduce the symptoms of asthma? Select one: b. By causing bronchodilation and anti-inflammation effects How does pursed lip breathing assist patients with asthma during an attack? c. It opens bronchioles by backflow air pressure. How should the newly diagnosed patient who has been prescribed isoniazid (INH) for the treatment of active tuberculosis (TB) be advised? b. It should be used in combination with other antitubercular drugs. Identify the purposes of chest drainage. (Select all that apply.) Select one or more: a. Drains air, blood, and fluid from pleural space c. Restores negative intrapleural pressure The nurse assessing an 11-year-old who is having an asthma attack expects to hear adventitious sounds of: b. wheezes. The nurse caring for a patient who has a closed chest drainage system notes that there is fluctuation (tidaling) in the water seal chamber. What is the most appropriate nursing action based on this assessment? Select one: a. Document the tidaling (this is an normal finding). The nurse explains to the person with pneumonia in the left lung that being positioned in the "good lung down" offers the advantage of (select all that apply): Select one or more: a. PaO2 rising in the good lung. c. the dependent lung is better perfused (better blood flow). e. Improves oxygenation. The patient has advanced emphysema and complains of dyspnea and fatigue. What would the most appropriate nursing intervention be for the nursing diagnosis of Activity intolerance related to an imbalance between the oxygen supply and demand? c. Plan care to provide optimum rest periods. The patient with long-term emphysema is admitted with a secondary diagnosis of cor pulmonale. What should the nurse anticipate? Select one: a. The patient will present with edema of the lower extremities and extended neck veins. What is true about activities such as walking for the patient with emphysema? b. Increase capacity to use oxygen What should the nurse do to keep the chest tubes from becoming occluded? Select one: b. Prevent kinks in the tubing A 68-year-old male patient has chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). He has a markedly increased need for protein and calories to maintain an adequate nutritional status. To help him get the nutrition he needs, the nurse would encourage him to? Select one: b. Rest 30 minutes before eating. A client had a Mantoux skin test; 72 hours later the clients forearm has a raised red area about 16mm in diameter. What is the correct interpretation of this Mantoux skin test? d. Positive for exposure to the tubercle bacillus A clients condition is described as progressing to hypoxemia. How would the nurse interpret this information? Select one: a. There is an abnormally low level of oxygen in the blood A nurse caring for a client after lung surgery will help remove secretions using suction. What should the nurse do when performing the procedure? Select one: d. Flush the catheter with sterile saline between insertions of the catheter A nurse is caring for a client after lung surgery. What device and technique should the nurse teach the client to use in order to prevent atelectasis? Select one: a. Use an Incentive spirometer A nurse is caring for a client with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease receiving supplemental oxygen. What measure should the nurse instruct the patient to do? Select one: c. Notify the nurse if you feel short of breath. A patient, age 22, is admitted with acute asthma. It is important to important to monitor his oxygen saturation levels. The quickest way to assess his saturation of oxygen is to? Select one: b. Use pulse oximetry A patient, age 69, has emphysema. On assessing him, the nurse notes the presence of a "barrel chest." This pathology results from a(n): Select one: b. Increased anteroposterior diameter caused by over inflation of the alveoli An adult is receiving oxygen by nasal prongs. Which statement by the client indicates that client teaching regarding oxygen therapy has been effective? d. "My family was upset when I told them they could not smoke in my room." During an asthmatic episode, a client receives a bronchodilator. What is the best evidence that the drug is effective? Select one: c. Clear breath sounds During discharge teaching of a pulmonary emphysema patient who is going home with oxygen, what does the nurse emphasize? Select one: d. "Keep low flow oxygen at 1 to 2 L by nasal cannula." The nurse is assigned to work with a client with active tuberculosis. What late signs of TB would the nurse anticipate to be present? Select one: a. Cough, hemptysis, night sweats The nurse is caring for a client with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). The nurse notices that the client is experiencing breathing difficulty. What position helps to alleviate the client's dyspnea? b. Sitting upright or in a semi-sitting position The nurse is caring for a patient who has bronchiectasis. Based on an understanding of the pathologic changes that occur with this disease, which intervention to promote clearance of respiratory secretions does the nurse plan? Select one: a. Postural drainage The patient has COPD. To teach him pursed-lip breathing, the nurse should instruct him to inhale slowly through his: b. Nose, then exhale more slowly through pursed lips The patient, age 72, is admitted with acute pulmonary edema. In pulmonary edema, the medical management will often include: Select one: a. IV infusion of D5LR at less than 20 mL/hr When a patient has experienced a pneumothorax, chest auscultation reveals: c. Bilateral unequal breath sounds, with no breath sounds over the Which are signs of respiratory distress? Select one: c. Respiratory rate 36, SaO2 80% Which medication is used to dissolve a pulmonary embolus? Select one: b. Heparin An early sign of respiratory distress is? Select one: a. Restlessness Which is a high risk group for tuberculosis? b. Those with AIDS TB is a reportable disease. True Which lab test is more specific for Mycobacterium tubercle bacillus than the PPD skin test? Select one: c. QuantiFERON-TB Gold test Care of the patient with GI problesm lower A male patient complains that he will never adjust to his colostomy. Which is the best action for the nurse in this situation? Select one: a. Encourage him to express his concern A patient who is being evaluated for episodes of hematemesis and dyspepsia tells the nurse that pain occurs when he eats, but pain does not waken him. The nurse recognizes a diagnostic sign of which condition? b. Peptic ulcer A patient with a ruptured diverticulum in the descending colon has undergone a transverse loop colostomy. The patient is upset and says, "I didn't know it was going to be this awful. I hate this!" Which response made by the nurse would be most helpful? Select one: c. "This is a temporary solution until the surgical site heals. It will be closed in 6 weeks to 3 months." Because bowel contents from an ileostomy are virtually liquid, what should the nurse include in the plan of care? Select one: a. Evaluation and assessment of periostomal skin integrity A patient with a history of stomach cancer underwent a Billroth II surgical procedure. The patient now has dumping syndrome. Dumping syndrome occurs when high-carbohydrate foods are ingested over a period of less than 20 minutes. What would the nurse suggest to reduce the risk of dumping syndrome? Select one: c. Eating six small daily meals high in protein and fat The home health nurse caring for a patient who has dysarthria (imaired speech) related to radiation therapy for an oral cancer would recommend that the family provide: a. a tablet and pencil as a communication aid. The home health nurse evaluates a patient being treated for a peptic ulcer with Riopan (antacid) and famotidine (histamine receptor blocker). Which statement made by the patient indicates a need for further instruction? Select one: c. "I take both those meds at the same time every morning." The home health nurse is caring for a patient who has frequent abdominal pain and diarrhea. The nurse uses the Rome Criteria to direct assessment for irritable bowel syndrome. What is included in the Rome Criteria? (Select all that apply.) b. Onset associated with change in stool consistency or frequency d. Discomfort relieved by defecation e. Discomfort at least 3 days a month The home health nurse is caring for a patient who has frequent bouts of diverticulitis accompanied by increased flatulence, diarrhea, and nausea. During the inflammatory phase, the nurse would suggest: b. eat a low-residue diet. The nurse caring for a patient with a peptic ulcer who has had a nasogastric tube inserted notes bright blood in the tube; the patient complains of pain and has become hypotensive. Which condition should the nurse recognize these as signs of? b. Bowel Perforation The nurse explains to the patient with Crohn disease that the tube feedings allow for: a. Rapid absorption in the upper GI tract Manifestations of Crohn's disease include right lower quadrant abdominal pain, steatorrhea, weight loss and: d. A paralytic ileus The nurse takes into consideration that a proton pump inhibitor drug, such as ______________, will completely eradicate gastric acid production. d. omeprazole (Prilosec) The patient has come to the PACU following an ileostomy for the treatment of ulcerative colitis. The patient is conscious and has a nasogastric tube in place and a pouch over the stoma. What should be the nurse's initial action? a. Attach NG tube to suction to empty the stomach bile The patient with a peptic ulcer has been placed on regular doses of bismuth salicylate (Pepto-Bismol) to combat H. pylori. What color will this drug turn the stool? Select one: a. Gray-black The patient with irritable bowel syndrome tells the home health nurse she is going to hypnosis and relaxation therapy for her condition. Which of the following would be the best nursing response? d. "It may help mange stress." To assist a family with a bowel training program to reduce fecal incontinence, the nurse would suggest the use of (a) ___________ at an optimal time to stimulate defecation. b. Glycerin suppository What is the most lethal complication of a peptic ulcer? d. Bowel Perforation What should a nurse do when obtaining a stool specimen to be examined for ova and parasites? b. Obtain three different stool specimens on subsequent days What should the nurse include in a teaching plan for a patient to reduce the frequency of pyrosis due to GERD? Select one: d. Eating small frequnt meals Which activities should the home health nurse suggest to an elderly patient to avoid constipation? (Select all that apply.) Select one or more: a. Drinking at least 1000 mL fluid b. Increasing physical activity c. Increasing fruits and vegetables dietary intake f. Increasing fiber intake Which of the following are indicators of colorectal cancer? (Select all that apply.) Select one or more: a. Cachexia b. Excessive flatulence d. Anemia e. Cramps f. Rectal bleeding Which of the following is the purpose of antibiotic therapy in treating peptic ulcers? c. It eradicates H. pylori Which of the following would be the most helpful nursing intervention to increase the comfort of a patient with appendicitis? Select one: c. Application of ice bag A nutritional consideration for someone with irritable bowel syndrome includes: b. use bulking agents or high fiber diet if the person suffers constipation The nurse is caring for several patients on a medical-surgical unit. Which patient is the nurse most concerned might develop a paralytic ileus? d. The patient with an electrolyte imbalance, post-abdominal surgery, or acute inflammatory reaction. Stomach cancer is associated with: c. diet high in whole grains. A patient who has undergone abdominal surgery. The nurse notes the wound edges are separated. The nurse documents this as: b. wound dehiscence. A patient has a diagnosis of colon caner and suffers cachexia. The nurse will note: d. emaciation associated with malnutrition A risk factor for colon cancer includes: Select one: b. high fat diet A nurse is admitting a patient with a diagnosis of stomach cancer. The nurse is gathering subjective data that includes: b. change in bowel habits A patient has undergone numerous diagnostic test to determine whether a gastric malignancy is present. The patient ask the nurse what test will be most definitive for diagnosis. Which response by the nurse is correct? d. Endoscopy with biopsy Diverticulosis can be described as: c. pouch-like herniations through the circular smooth muscle of the colon [Show More]

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