Assessment and Management of Patients with Endocrine Disorders Quiz

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Assessment and Management of Patients with Endocrine Disorders Quiz

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1. Medical management for thyroid crisis includes:

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2. A clinical manifestation not usually associated with hyperthyroidism is:

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3. The pathophysiology of hypoparathyroidism is associated with all of the following except:

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4. A recommended breakfast for a hyperparathyroid patient would be:

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5. The nurse knows that the anterior pituitary gland is responsible for secreting all of the following except the:

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6. Diabetes insipidus is a disorder related to a deficiency of:

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7. When thyroid hormone is administered for prolonged hypothyroidism, the nurse knows to monitor the patient for:

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8. Nursing management for a hypoparathyroid patient would not include:

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9. Nursing assessment for a patient who is receiving corticosteroid therapy includes observation for the unacceptable side effect of:

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10. The preferred medication for treating hypothyroidism is:

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11. Laboratory findings suggestive of Addison’s disease include all of the following except:

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12. The goal of medical management for hypoparathyroidism is to:

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13. Pharmacotherapy for thyroid storm would not include the administration of:

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14. A positive test for overactivity of the adrenal medulla is an epinephrine value of:

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15. A patient with aldosteronism would be expected to exhibit all of the following symptoms except:

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16. The nurse knows that the most common and least aggressive type of cancer is:

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17. The major structure balancing the rapid action of the nervous system with slower hormonal action is the:

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18. The most common type of goiter is etiologically related to a deficiency of:

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19. A pheochromocytoma is an adrenal medulla tumor that causes arterial hypertension by increasing the level of circulating:

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20. A positive diagnosis of Cushing’s syndrome is associated with:

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21. The objectives of pharmacotherapy for hyperthyroidism include:

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22. One of the most important and frequently occurring complications of hyperparathyroidism is:

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23. An example of exocrine glands are the:

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24. Signs of thyroid storm include all of the following except:

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25. Clinical manifestations of Cushing’s syndrome may be modified with a diet that is:

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26. Patients with hyperthyroidism are characteristically:

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27. Iodine or iodide compounds are used for hyperthyroidism because they do all of the following except:

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28. The nurse needs to be aware that large-dose corticosteroid therapy is most effective when administered:

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29. A diagnosis of hyperparathyroidism can be established by all of the following signs except:

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