Quiz Questions May 2020 #2 Posted on May 25, 2020 by Web Admin Welcome to your Quiz Questions May 2020 #2 1) The nurse is caring for an adult who is receiving external radiation. Which statement(s) made by the client indicate the client understands external radiation?Select all that apply: “I’ll stay away from small children since I am radioactive.” “I won’t wash these purple marks off until after my therapy.” “I’ll put lotion and powder on my skin to keep it moist.” “I will double flush the toilet each time I use the bathroom.” “I understand my energy may decrease as the therapy continues.” 2) The nurse is discussing dietary sources of iron with a client who has iron deficiency anemia. Which menu selections indicate the client understands the prescribed diet. Select all that apply: Milkshake, hot dog, beets. Beef steak, spinach, orange juice. Chicken salad, green peas, coffee. Broccoli, meatloaf, grapefruit. Macaroni and cheese, coleslaw, lemonade. 3) The nurse is caring for a 60-year old woman who is newly diagnosed with pernicious anemia. The client asks why she must receive vitamin shots instead of pills. What is the best answer for the nurse to give? "Shots work faster than pills." "Your body cannot absorb Vitamin B12 from the stomach." "Vitamins are necessary to make the blood cells." "You can get more vitamins in a shot than a pill." 4) The nurse is preparing a client for a bone marrow biopsy. Which of these actions is appropriate? Check for iodine allergy. Position the client in fetal position with back curved. Have the client sign the consent form. Have the client remain NPO. 5) A 19-year-old college student reports to the student health service with a sore throat, malaise, and fever of four days duration. Examination shows cervical lymphadenopathy and splenomegaly. Temperature is 103oF. Blood is positive for heterophil antibody agglutination test. The nurse knows the student’s symptoms are most likely caused by: Coronavirus. Beta hemolytic streptococcus. Epstein-Barr virus. Herpes simplex virus. Time is Up!