Management of Patients with Intestinal and Rectal Disorders Quiz

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Management of Patients with Intestinal and Rectal Disorders Quiz

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1. A problem unique to the patient with an ileostomy is that:

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2. Clinical manifestations associated with small-bowel obstruction include all of the following except:

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3. In assessing stool characteristics associated with diarrhea, the nurse knows that the presence of greasy stools suggests:

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4. The pathophysiology of constipation may be related to interference with:

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5. A disorder of malabsorption that inactivates pancreatic enzymes is:

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6. The 5-year survival rate for cancer of the colon that is detected early is:

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7. Nursing suggestions to help a person break the constipation habit include all of the following except:

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8. Nutritional management for regional enteritis consists of diet therapy that is:

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9. The classification of moderate diarrhea refers to the quantity of daily unformed stools described as:

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10. The incidence of diverticulitis in those older than 80 years of age is about:

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11. Diverticulitis is clinically manifested by:

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12. A positive Rovsing’s sign is indicative of appendicitis. The nurse knows to assess for this indicator by palpating the:

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13. Remission of inflammation in ulcerative colitis is possible with:

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14. Preoperatively, intestinal antibiotics are given for colon surgery to:

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15. Malabsorption diseases may affect the ability of the digestive system to absorb the major water-soluble:

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16. An example of a stimulant laxative that works in 6 to 8 hours is:

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17. For colostomy irrigation, the enema catheter should be inserted into the stoma:

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18. Common clinical manifestations of Crohn’s disease are:

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19. Hypokalemia may occur rapidly in an elderly person who experiences diarrhea. The nurse should immediately report to the physician a critical potassium level of:

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20. Postoperative nursing management for a patient with a continent ileostomy includes all of the following except:

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21. For colostomy irrigation, the patient should be directed to hold the enema can or bag at shoulder level, approximately how far above the stoma?

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22. The total quantity of irrigating solution that can be instilled at one session is:

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23. A nurse suspects a diagnosis of regional enteritis when she assesses the symptoms of:

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24. The most common site for diverticulitis is the:

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