NURS6521 Week 4 Quiz Latest 2017


Question 1 A patient with bronchial asthma is prescribed a sustained-release preparation of theophylline. To help minimize the adverse effects of the drug, which of the following should the nurse suggest?

Question 2 A female patient has been taking zafirlukast for a week and is experiencing diarrhea. The nurse should instruct her to do which of the following?

Question 3 A 72-year-old man is prescribed theophylline for symptomatic relief of bronchial asthma. Which of the following findings would alert the nurse to the need for close monitoring?

Question 4 A 57-year-old male patient who has been prescribed doxorubicin for small-cell lung cancer is advised by the nurse to avoid taking aspirin or drugs that contain aspirin because it may

Question 5 A 72-year-old female patient is prescribed ipratropium aerosol for pulmonary emphysema. The nurse will instruct her to “test spray” the new metered-dose inhaler (MDI) three times before using it to prevent which of the following?

Question 6 A male patient is to begin treatment for pneumonia with an albuterol (Ventolin) inhaler. The nurse will advise the patient that he will most likely experience which of the following common adverse effects of the drug?

Question 7 The lower respiratory system utilizes a number of different mechanisms that confer protection and maintain homeostasis. Which of the following physiological processes protects the lower respiratory system?

Question 8 A 70-year-old woman has a complex medical and a current drug regimen that includes calcium and vitamin D supplements for osteoporosis, metformin (Glucophage) for type 2 diabetes, phenelzine (Nardil) for depression, and metoprolol (Lopressor) and furosemide (Lasix) for hypertension. The woman is requesting dextromethorphan for the treatment of a recurrent cough. What component of her drug regimen contraindicates the use of dextromethorphan?

Question 9 A 53-year-old man has been treated for severe asthma for several years with prednisone. Recently, his physician initiated alternate-day therapy for him. The patient tells the nurse that he would rather take the medication every day to prevent confusion. Which of the following would be the best response by the nurse?

Question 10 A nurse is providing discharge planning for a 45-year-old woman who has a prescription for oral albuterol. The nurse will question the patient about her intake of which of the following?

Question 11 A 68-year-old man complains of a chronic, nonproductive cough. He states that he has to have relief, that he has been coughing every 2 to 3 minutes, and he is worn out. Dextromethorphan is prescribed for him. Before he leaves the clinic he asks how long it will take for the medicine to work. The nurse will advise him that he should experience therapeutic effects in

Question 12 A female patient, age 36, is prescribed inhaled corticosteroid (ICS) for daily use. Which of the following adverse effects should the nurse closely monitor for in this patient?

Question 13 A patient is being treated for respiratory infection. He is a recovering alcoholic and has impaired liver function. The nurse will instruct the patient to be especially cautious when taking

Question 14 A college student has presented the campus medical clinic complaining of cold symptoms that he has been experiencing for the past 2 weeks. He tells the nurse that he has been taking OTC decongestants twice daily since the onset of the cold. What teaching point should the nurse provide to this student?

Question 15 A high school student was diagnosed with asthma when he was in elementary school and has become accustomed to carrying and using his “puffers”. In recent months, he has become more involved in sports and has developed a habit of administering albuterol up to 10 times daily. The nurse should teach the student that overuse of albuterol can lead to

Question 16 Which of the following will a nurse inform the patient is one of the most common adverse effects of guaifenesin (Robitussin)?

Question 17 A nurse is assigned to a patient who is receiving IV aminophylline. The nurse is aware that the IV infusion rate should be

Question 18 A patient with a diagnosis of nonsmall cell lung cancer is currently undergoing chemotherapy. At the encouragement of a family member, the patient has announced to the nurse his intention to complement this treatment with a regimen of herbal remedies. How should the nurse respond to this patient’s statement?

Question 19 A 47-year-old woman has been diagnosed with open-angle glaucoma. Pilocarpine drops are prescribed. The nurse’s assessment reveals that the patient has worn soft contact lenses for 15 years. The nurse will instruct the patient to

Question 20 A man who smokes one pack of cigarettes daily has been diagnosed with chronic bronchitis. He has been prescribed theophylline by his family doctor. What effect will the patient’s smoking status have on the therapeutic use of theophylline?

Question 21 A nurse is providing patient education to a 42-year-old man who has been prescribed dextromethorphan (Robitussin). The patient is a crane operator for a local construction company. The nurse’s assessment reveals that the patient is a smoker and has diabetes. The most important safety consideration while the nurse is designing a plan of care for this patient would be the fact that he is

Question 22 A nurse is caring for a female patient who has developed atelectasis because of thick mucus secretions. The nurse is monitoring IV administration of acetylcysteine (Mucomyst) and notices that the patient’s face is flushed. The appropriate nursing action would be to

Question 23 A 24-year-old factory worker has been prescribed guaifenesin for the first time. Which of the following will be a priority assessment by the nurse before the patient’s first dose?

Question 24 A 25-year-old woman comes to the clinic because of a chronic, nonproductive cough. Assessment reveals that she has a history of asthma and dextromethorphan, (Robitussin) is prescribed for her. The nurse will question this order because

Question 25 A patient is in the clinic for seasonal allergic rhinitis. Loratadine (Claritin) is prescribed. Which of the following statements will the nurse include when providing patient education concerning this drug?

Question 26 A female patient has been taking prednisone for her asthma for 1 month. The nurse will teach her to gradually decrease her dose of prednisone to avoid

Question 27 A female patient calls the clinic and reports that since she has been taking dextromethorphan (Robitussin), she has been extremely drowsy and dizzy. The nurse will question the patient about which of the following?

Question 28 After a recent history of shortness of breath that has become increasingly severe, a woman has been prescribed ipratropium by MDI while she undergoes a diagnostic workup. What patient teaching should the nurse provide to this patient?

Question 29 The parents of a 7-year-old boy who has just been diagnosed with allergic asthma are being taught about their son’s medication regimen by the nurse. The nurse is currently teaching the parent’s about the appropriate use of a “rescue drug” for acute exacerbations of their son’s asthma. What drug should the nurse suggests the parents to use in these situations?


Question 30 A nurse is providing education to a 56-year-old man who is admitted to the emergency department with an acute asthma attack. The nurse’s initial assessment reveals that the patient has a history of pneumonia, drinks large quantities of coffee, and eats a high-calorie diet.Albuterol is prescribed for him. The important consideration when the nurse is preparing a teaching plan will be that the patient

Human Versus Non-human Capital and Societal Power /Information and Surveillance Technologies

Question 1:

Human- vs Non-human Capital

Think of an example in your life where human capital was in conflict with non-human capital and describe it. Which had the power advantage in your example, and why?

Question 2:

Does privacy really matter to you? Why or why not?

Required Readings

Allen, A. ( 2009). Driven into society: philosophies of surveillance take to streets of New York. Amsterdam Law Forum. 1 (4), 35-40. Retrieved from

Prins, C. (2009). Selling my soul to the digital world?. Amsterdam Law Forum, 1(4), 7-10. Retrieved from

Ostergaard, S. D. (2004). European trends in privacy: how can we increase internet security and protect individual privacy?. Journal of Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics, 2 (2), 25-29. Retrieved from$/sci/pdfs/P282885.pdf

Shiffman, G., & Ravi, G. (2013). Crowdsourcing cyber security: a property rights view of exclusion and theft on the information commons. International Journal of the Commons, 7(1), 92-112. Retrieved from

TED. (2014, October). Glenn Greenwald: Why privacy matters [Video file]. Retrieved from

Human- vs Non-human Capital

Think of an example in your life where human capital was in conflict with non-human capital and describe it. Which had the power advantage in your example, and why?

Case Study Search Engines In Global Business

1. Compare and contrast the top five search engines in global business.

2. Within today’s changing global business, what do you see happening in the next five years regarding search engines’ growth and country- specific issues?

3. Search engines carry national identities and cultures. Compare major search engines from each continent on the basis of their local characteristics and national identities.

Literary Analysis

Write a short essay of around 700 words in response to the following.  Do not consult outside sources or each other.  Work on your own, using Kafka’s The Metamorphosis and any material in this module as support. Be sure that you have a solid, defendable thesis statement toward the end of the introduction, which can be brief; focus in on your point quickly. Have a strong, analytic topic sentence that furthers your argument for each paragraph and avoid any sentence-level errors, particularly serious errors such as fused sentences or comma splices. Do NOT summarize; bring up the relevant points from the literature that support your thesis.  Pay attention to the author’s language and use quotes to substantiate your claims. Be as specific as you can be. Follow MLA style.

Evaluate the integrity of Gregor’s family in their response to Gregor’s transformation. You might consider the family’s relationship before Gregor’s metamorphosis. What are the consequences of Gregor’s metamorphosis for the family and of their treatment of him? What other solutions were available to Gregor’s family?


Prepare a rhetorical analysis paragraph of 9 to 12 sentences on the essay you announced to your group members. Follow the samples to create your own rhetorical analysis paragraph. Note: This is practice for the rhetorical analysis essay.

Choose one from below. It must be different than the two previous summaries.

Diane Mooney, “Newfoundlandese, If You Please”
James Hansen, “A Solution to the Climate Problem”
Karen Armstrong, “Murderous Martyrdom: Religion or Politics?”
Nelofer Pazira, The Pilgrimage”
Melisa-Maurice P. Janse van Rensburg, “Not Like the Movies”
Michael Downey, “Canada’s Genocide: Thousands Taken from Their Homes Need Help”
Patty Kelly, “Enough Already, It’s Time We Decriminalize Prostitution”
Robertson Davies, “The Pleasures of Love”
Ross McKitrick, “The Environmental Crisis: The Devil is in the Generalities”
John Ralston Saul, “The Roots of Continuous Negotiation: In Praise of the Courts”

Assignment Content


  • Prepare a presentation about a sacred place in mythology; for example, the Oracle at Delphi or the Mahabodhi Temple. This place may or may not currently exist. Imagine this presentation is like a travel guidebook—letting someone from outside of the culture know what he or she should expect to find if they were to visit the mythical place.
    Create a 10- to 12-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation with detailed speaker notes. The use of images is encouraged. Ensure you include:

    • An explanation of the mythological origins, history, and functions of the place
    • A description of any sacred objects and attributes associated with the deities and mythological origins of this place and the symbolism of these objects as used by contemporary people and cultures
    • For example, Apollo’s snake and lyre or Buddha’s bodhi tree
    • A comparison of this place to those that serve similar functions in other cultures
    • For example, mountaintops, temples, burial sites or memorials, and so on
    • An explanation of the relevance of this place and these objects in contemporary culture—consider the following questions:
    • What significance do these places or things hold in the minds and emotions of the people?
    • How do these places or things connect to mythological stories from that culture?
    • What is the role of place and the associated objects?
    • A list of the most important facts to know about the surrounding culture, such as:
    • Etiquette and dress to follow when visiting
    • What these facts tell us about the culture that gave rise to the myth
    • Format your images, citations, and references according to APA guidelines.


Adolescence: Contemporary Issues And Resources

Research the range of contemporary issues teenagers face today. In a 500-750-word paper, choose one issue (besides teen pregnancy) and discuss its effect on adolescent behavior and overall well-being. Include the following in your submission:

1. Describe the contemporary issue and explain what external stressors are associated with this issue.

2. Outline assessment strategies to screen for this issue and external stressors during an assessment for an adolescent patient. Describe what additional assessment questions you would need to ask and define the ethical parameters regarding what you can and cannot share with the parent or guardian.

3. Discuss support options for adolescents encountering external stressors. Include specific support options for the contemporary issue you presented.

Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide. An abstract/thesis is required


Fundamentals of Occupational Safety and Health






Question 1




Which of the following is NOT one of the primary causes of falls?


[removed] twist while lifting the load to gain momentum.
[removed] plan ahead.
[removed] push, do not pull.
[removed] lift with your legs, not with your back.






Question 6




Describe the differences between flash point, fire point, and auto-ignition temperature. Which are more stable, combustible liquids or flammable liquids? Why?

Your response must be at least 200 words in length. You are required to use  All sources used,  must be referenced; paraphrased and quoted material must have accompanying citations.




Question 7


There is often an overlap between OSHA standards and local or state building, electrical, and life safety codes. Is this overlap helpful or not helpful to the safety manager in doing his or her job?

Review The Inquirer To Determine Digby’s Current Strategy

1. Review the Inquirer to determine Digby’s current strategy. How will they seek a competitive advantage? From the following list, select the top five sources of competitive advantage that Digby would be most likely to pursue.
Select: 5
Seek high automation levels
Seek the lowest price in their target market while maintaining a competitive contribution margin
Seek excellent product designs, high awareness, and high accessibility
Accept lower plant utilization and higher capacities to insure sufficient capacity is available to meet demand
Increase demand through TQM initiatives
Seek high plant utilization, even if it risks occasional small stockouts
Reduce cost of goods through TQM initiatives
Add additional products
Offer attractive credit terms
Reduce labor costs through training and recruitment
2. Rank the following companies from high to low cumulative profit, (in descending order, 1=highest, 4=lowest).
Rank in order from 1 to 4
3. Which description best fits Baldwin in your industry? For clarity:

– A differentiator competes through good designs, high awareness, and easy accessibility.
– A cost leader competes on price by reducing costs and passing the savings to customers.
– A broad player competes in all parts of the market.
– A niche player competes in selected parts of the market.

Which of these four statements best describes this competitor?
Select: 1
Baldwin is a niche cost leader
Baldwin is a broad differentiator
Baldwin is a broad cost leader
Baldwin is a niche differentiator
4. If Baldwin issued 1000 shares of common stock at last year’s end price, the effect on the balance sheet would be:
Select: 1
Retained earnings would increase by $4,413
Retained earnings would increase by $44,128
Equity would decrease by $4,413
Equity would increase by $44,128
5. The Baldwin Company has just purchased $40,900,000 of plant and equipment that has an estimated useful life of 15 years. The expected salvage value at the end of 15 years is $4,090,000. What will the depreciation expense for this purchase (exclude all other plant and equipment) be after its second year of use? (Use FASB GAAP)
Select: 1
6. What is the Quick Ratio of Chester?
Select: 1
7. Chester has a ROA of 0.13 (ROA = Net income/Total Assets). That means:
Select: 1
Every dollar of Chester’s assets result in earnings of $0.13.
Chester uses $0.87 of each dollar earned to purchase assets.
Chester uses $0.13 of each dollar earned to purchase assets.
Every dollar of Chester’s assets result in earnings of $0.87.
8. Midyear on July 31st, the Digby Corporation’s balance sheet reported:

Total Liabilities of $25.571 million
Cash of $2.010 million
Total Assets of $41.126 million
Total Common Stock of $1.270 million.

What were the Digby Corporation’s retained earnings?
Select: 1
$16.295 million
$16.825 million
$18.835 million
$14.285 million

Topic: Negligence And Medical Malpractice

Topic: Negligence and Medical Malpractice




A thread of at least 1,000 words in response to the provided case study threads. Each thread and reply must reference at least 3 scholarly sources and follow current APA format (including both in-text citations and a reference list). You must also support each thread and reply with thoughtful analysis (considering assumptions, analyzing implications, and comparing/contrasting concepts and include thorough biblical worldview integration


View the assigned Healthcare Law LearnScape interactive episode in the Jones & Bartlett website (DB2 LearnScape Case Study). You will be presented with a negligence case stemming from an incident in the hospital. You must interview staff members and work with the General Counsel to determine the hospital’s liability for negligence and medical malpractice.

Prompt: Based on the information you gathered from the LearnScape video interviews, on your research, and on a biblical worldview, analyze this incident and write your recommendation to the Chief Counsel regarding negligence/malpractice liability. Directly address the 4 elements required to prove negligence:

1.       Duty to care

2.       Breach of duty

3.       Injury


4.       Causation (specifically foreseeability)