NR 507 Midterm Exam Week 4 – Question and Answers


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NR 507 Midterm Exam Week 4 with Answers

  1. Hypertension (high blood pressure) will have its most immediate effect on
  2. Mature, circulating RBC’s lack endoplasmic reticulum. Without these structures, RBC’s are completely unable to synthesize any
  3. Which of the following would indicate that a client with chronic bronchitis has developed secondary polycythemia vera:
  4. Stroke volume is
  5. Glomerulonephritis is associated with a(n)
  6. Which of the following would not typically be observed in a client with asthma
  7. A prolonged episode of tachycardia will result in
  8. Tubular reabsorption and tubular secretion differ in that
  9. After erythrocytes have completed their lifespan \, they are removed by macrophages located mainly in the
  10. Alveolar hyperinflation occurs in asthma and chronic bronchitis as the result of
  11. The primary site of damage in the nephron due to ischemic conditions is the
  12. The movement of blood into and out of the capillary beds of the lungs to the body tissues and cells describes the process of
  13. A 5-year-old female presents with frequent urinary tract infections, imagine studies indicate a retrograde flow of urine from the urinary bladder into the urethers. This is indicative of
  14. A 30 year old client who had a gastrectomy procedure 1 year ago is most at risk for the development of n 507 midterm exam
  15. A deficiency of intrinsic factor (IF) will most likely result in
  16. During ventricular systole
  17. A deficiency of transferrin is most likely to result in
  18. The primary source of erythropoietin is the
  19. Which of the following is not a condition associated with renal failure
  20. A 25 year old female presents with frequent complete calculi blockage of one ureter. This is referred to as
  21. Contractility of cardia muscle is directly dependent on the level of
  22. Appropriate management of progressive renal failure typically includes
  23. In addition to oxygen, hemoglobin also carries nitric oxide (NO) No is important for
  24. Which equation correctly represents cardiac output (CO)
  25. Which of the following statements correctly describes the flow of blood between the heart and lungs
  26. Blood (hydrostatic) pressure is most important for the process of
  27. Preload can be decreased by all the following except
  28. chronic bronchitis is characterized by
  29. the lamina propria area of the bronchioles play a significant role in the pathogenesis of chronic bronchitis because this is where
  30. which of the following will occur when calcium binds to troponin
  31. the average red blood cell lifespan is approximately
  32. The correct definition of afterload is
  33. An accident victim transfused with the incorrect blood type is at most risk for the development of
  34. A client is experiencing congestive heart failure (CHF) which of the following represent the correct sequence of events that occur with CHF
  35. The condition most associated with a history of seasonal and/or chronic allergies is nr 507 midterm exam
  36. Preload refers specifically to
  37. ACE (angiotensin converting enzyme)
  38. Closure of the semilunar valves (SLV)
  39. A 78-year old patient is scheduled for an imaging procedure using contrast dye,. Although rare you know that he may be at risk for contrast-induced nephropathy (CIN) because of his history of
  40. The normal primary site of hematopoiesis in the adult is
  41. A 78-year-old male has been diagnosed with benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) the increases his risk for the development of
  42. Afterload can be increase by all the following except
  43. The blood disorders sickle-cell anemia and thalassemia are
  44. Treatment for asthma included anticholinergic drugs. The mechanism of action for the medication is to
  45. A client who is 2 days post-partum is most at risk for the development of
  46. A client with chronic bronchitis is most likely to experience
  47. An aortic semilunar valve stenosis would have the most immediate effect by
  48. In the healthy heart the response to an increase in preload is for stroke volume to
  49. Decreased contractibility can be caused by all the following except
  50. Cor pulmonale refers to