Question: 5. A School Nurse Has Identified Varicella (chicken Pox) In A Student At An Elementary School. Which Information About This Illness Should The School Nurse Provide To The Child’s Parents? A. The Child Can Return To School Within Two Days As Long As The Child Does Not Have A Fever. B. Fluid-filled Vesicles Will Be Itchy But Pose No Threat Of Transmission. …
5. A school nurse has identified varicella (chicken pox) in a student at an elementary school. Which information about this illness should the school nurse provide to the child’s parents? a. The child can return to school within two days as long as the child does not have a fever. b. Fluid-filled vesicles will be itchy but pose no threat of transmission. c. Varicella can be spread from a sneeze or cough before the vesicles erupt. d. Chicken pox is a deadly disease but can be prevented with a vaccine. 6. An elderly man presents to his nurse practitioner complaining of SOB, fatigue, numbness and tingling to both feet. Upon assessment, the nurse notices a beefy red tongue. What is his most likely diagnosis and CBC results? RBCs: 4-6 million/mm3 MCV: 80-95 mm3 a. macrocytic anemia; RBCs = 3 mill & MCV = 102. b. microcytic anemia; RBCs = 3 mill & MCV = 70. c. normocytic anemia; RBCs = 3 mill & MCV = 90. d. polycythemia vera; RBCs = 20 mill & MCV = 90. 7. Complications that can occur with polycythemia include a. Sequestration and subsequent destruction of all blood cell types b. Thrombosis and heart failure c. Petechiae, purpura and tarry stools d. RBC over-hemolysis and infection
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