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background image Practice Quizzes: Unit 2 – Part 2 Chapters 11, 12, 13, and 17 1. A client has had a myocardial infarction (MI) that damaged the right atrium,  which has interfered with the SA node. The compensatory mechanism, the AV
node, becomes the pacemaker of the heart and beats how many 
a. 45 to 50 bpm 2. A client who had a pulmonary embolism is receiving IV heparin and has just  begun taking his first dose of warfarin (Coumadin). The client asks the nurse, 
“How long will this pill take in order to prevent me from developing more 
clots. I would like to go home soon.” The nurse responds:
a. The drug takes 2 to 3 days to make your blood thin enough to reduce  the risk of forming a blood clot 3. Which of the following client complaints should prompt a clinician to order a  diagnostic workup for multiple myeloma? a. Bone pain 4. Which of the following individuals likely faces the highest risk of  megaloblastic anemia? a. College student on a strict vegan diet  5. Removal of a client's peripheral intravenous catheter resulted in brief  bleeding and the loss of a small amount of blood. Which of the following 
processes occurred during the formation of the platelet plug that helped to 
stop blood flow?
a. Release of von Willebrand factor 6. A client has been diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma (NHL), a form of  malignancy that most likely originated in which of the following sites? a. NOT bone marrow 7. Leukemias are classified according to the predominant cell type. The  myelogenous cell type of leukemia can: 8. If the parasympathetic neurotransmitter releases acetylcholine, the nurse  should anticipate observing what changes in the ECG pattern? a. Decrease in heart rate, below 60 bpm 9. A mother has brought her 2-week-old infant to the emergency department  due to the baby's persistent and increasing jaundice. Blood testing reveals 
that the infant's unconjugated bilirubin level is 28 mg/dL, and assessment 
does not reveal neurologic deficits. The infant's weight is normal, and the 
mother claims to have had no significant difficulty feeding the infant. The 
most likely treatment for this infant will be:
a. Phototherapy 10.An infant from parents of Mediterranean decent has been diagnosed with a  severe form of β-thalassemia anemia. The nurse caring for this infant knows 
that the infant will likely receive which of the following medical treatments?
a. Transfusion therapy  11.Which of the following clients are at risk for developing a platelet clot? Select  all that apply. a. A breast cancer client receiving chemotherapy

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School: Boise State University
Department: Biology
Course: Pathophysiology
Professor: Jennifer Legget
Term: Fall 2016
Name: Pathophysiology: Practice Quizzes for Unit 2 - Part 2
Description: These are questions and answers to the preview quiz covering chapters 11, 12, 13, and 17
Uploaded: 09/19/2016
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