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EXAM 3 REVIEW QUESTIONS NCLEX-Style Paula Ruedebusch, FNP, DNP  The three characteristics that are unique to the immune system are: (Select all that apply.)  A patient is know... n to have eaten contaminated food, but has not become ill. The gerontology nurse practitioner explains to the healthcare team on the unit that gastric acidity will kill some organisms. This type of response is known as:  Which of the following factors affect proper immune system function?  The gerontology clinical nurse specialist is teaching a group of new graduate nurses how the body fights infection. When discussing humoral immunity, the nurse should explain that this protection is mediated by which cell?  Which of the following statements are accurate about the humoral immune response and the cellular immune response? (Select all that apply.)  A nurse is caring for a patient who is deficient in T cells. The nurse would know that T cell deficiency would result in which of the following?  Which nursing intervention should be attended to first for a client with a Type I hypersensitivity reaction?  Which of the following clinical manifestations of a patient suggests Type IV hypersensitivity reaction?  Under which of the following classifications of hypersensitivity would systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) and rheumatoid arthritis be classified?  Which of the following classifications of drugs are usually prescribed for patients with rheumatoid arthritis?  The older person's susceptibility to infections is related to: (Select all that apply.)  A child is admitted to the pediatric unit with a diagnosis of suspected meningococcal meningitis. Which of the following nursing measures should the nurse do FIRST?  Which of the following is the FIRST priority in preventing infections when providing care for a client?  An eighty five year old man was admitted for surgery for benign prostatic hypertrophy. Preoperatively he was alert, oriented, cooperative, and knowledgeable about his surgery. Several hours after surgery, the evening nurse found him acutely confused, agitated, and trying to climb over the protective side rails on his bed. The most appropriate nursing intervention that will calm an agitated client is:  The nurse is evaluating whether nonprofessional staff understand how to prevent transmission of HIV. Which of the following behaviors indicates correct application of universal precautions?  Which question is least useful in the assessment of a client with AIDS?  A foreign protein that invades the body is called an:  Immunity obtained as a result of experiencing an illness is known as:  Microorganisms have the ability to invade the body tissues and proliferate causing infection. One factor is virulence of organism. What is the other factor?  The nurse is caring for different clients in the hospital. Which of the following would be the most susceptible to acquiring an infection? [Show More]

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