Assessment and Management of Patients with Biliary Disorders Quiz

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Assessment and Management of Patients with Biliary Disorders Quiz

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1. The nurse should assess for an important early indicator of acute pancreatitis, which is a prolonged and elevated level of:

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2. Mild acute pancreatitis is characterized by:

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3. The nurse knows that a patient with low blood sugar would have a blood glucose level of:

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4. The major stimulus for increased bicarbonate secretion from the pancreas is:

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5. An action not associated with insulin is the:

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6. A patient is diagnosed with gallstones in the bile ducts. The nurse knows to review the results of blood work for a:

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7. Pharmacologic therapy is frequently used to dissolve small gallstones. It takes about how many months of medication with UDCA or CDCA for stones to dissolve?

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8. Zollinger–Ellison tumors are associated with hypersecretion of:

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9. Clinical manifestations of common bile duct obstruction include all of the following except:

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10. Chronic pancreatitis, commonly described as autodigestion of the pancreas, is often not detected until what percentage of the exocrine and endocrine tissue is destroyed?

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11. The risk for pancreatic cancer is directly proportional to:

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12. A major symptom of pancreatitis that brings the patient to medical care is:

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13. The diagnostic procedure of choice for cholelithiasis is:

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14. With pancreatic carcinoma, insulin deficiency is suspected when the patient evidences:

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15. A patient with calculi in the gallbladder is said to have:

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16. Nursing measures for pain relief for acute pancreatitis include:

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17. A nurse should monitor blood glucose levels for a patient who is diagnosed as having hyperinsulinism. A value inadequate to sustain normal brain function is:

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18. Statistics show that there is a greater incidence of gallbladder disease for women who are:

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19. The obstruction of bile flow due to cholelithiasis can interfere with the absorption of:

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20. Bile is stored in the:

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21. Clinical manifestations associated with a tumor of the head of the pancreas include:

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