Assessment and Management of Patients with Hypertension Quiz
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Assessment and Management of Patients with Hypertension Quiz

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1. Pharmacologic therapy for patients with uncomplicated hypertension would include the administration of:

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2. Prehypertension, a precursor to hypertension, can be diagnosed when the diastolic reading is:

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3. The percentage of patients with hypertension who discontinue their drug therapy, without physician direction, within 1 year after its initiation is estimated to be:

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4. One of the most significant concerns for medical and nursing management of hypertension is:

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5. An expected nursing diagnosis for a patient with hypertension is:

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6. Stage 1 hypertension is defined as persistent blood pressure levels in which the systolic pressure is higher than ____ and the diastolic is higher than ____.

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7. Blood pressure control is initially achieved by approximately what percentage of patients when they actively participate in their care?

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8. The desired goal for the systolic blood pressure for a person with diabetes mellitus or chronic kidney disease is:

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9. A characteristic symptom of damage to the vital organs as a result of hypertension is:

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