1. Which of the following would result in prerenal kidney injury
2. What condition can be caused by an excessive amount of growth hormone (GH) released by
pituitary gland in childhood before epiphyseal plates of the long bones have fused
3. A person involved in a motor accident has a suspected spina hal cord injury.
The nurse know have caused the injury to occur
Compression of blood in the subarachnoid space secondary to hitting the
head on the wall.
4. What causes atherosclerotic plaques to form in the body
Poor dietary modification
5. A tension pneumothorax requires a needle thoracotomy and /or chest tube
replacement as treatment to treat which component of the pathophysiology
of this condition
A large accumulation of trapped air in the pleural space affecting both the
lungs and heart
6. Which of the following clinical findings would be present in clients
experiencing shock (SATA)
7. Which of the following describes the type of incontinence due to an increase in intraabdominal
pressure such as coughing, sneezing, and laughing?
8. Which of the following is a cause of cardiogenic shock
9. What is the common findings of all forms of heart failure
Reduce cardiac output
10. Which of the following leads to the appearance of a barrel chest in clients with emphysema?
Bacterial infections in the lungs
Air trapping in the alveoli
Muscle atrophy of the diaphragm
11. which of the following describes the pathophysiology of multiple sclerosis
demyelination of the neurons
12. Which of the following is a complication of compartment syndrome?
Pain and tissue damage
Increased limp function
Chronic kidney disease
13. Which of the following organs are primary affected by poor managed hypertension
The heart and kidneys
14. What is reperfusion injury?
Healing bone tissue after fracture
Skin wound tunneling and shear
Secondary injury after reestablishing blood flow
Injury after blood transfusion
15. disseminated intravascular coagulation is a severe complication of which of the following