Chapter 40 Biliary Disorders

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Chapter 40  Biliary Disorders

 

 

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Sample Questions

 

1.
While assessing a typical patient with cholecystitis who complains of localized pain, the nurse asks if the pain has radiated to the:

A) Left upper arm B) Lower abdomen C) Neck or jaw D) Right shoulder

2.
The critical care nurse admitting a 55-year-old male with acute pancreatitis is aware that acute pancreatitis occurs when:
A)
Toxic substances inflame the pancreas.
B)
The patient abuses alcohol.
C)
Viruses digest the pancreas.
D)
Pancreatic enzymes digest the pancreas.

3.
When assessing the patient with chronic pancreatitis, the nurse anticipates potential dysfunction of which of the following?
A)
Pancreatic islet cells
C)
Decrease in biliary stenosis
B)
Peristalsis
D)
Large bowel absorption

4.
The patient has a gallstone blocking the bile duct. Upon assessment of the patient’s laboratory studies, the nurse will expect to find a(n):
A)
Increased bilirubin level in the blood
B)
Decreased cholesterol level
C)
Increased BUN level
D)
Decreased serum alkaline phosphatase level

5.
A patient is complaining of right shoulder pain following a laparoscopic cholecystectomy. Which of the following should the nurse suggest to relieve the pain?
A)
Morphine IM injection
B)
Application of heat 15 to 20 minutes as ordered
C)
Application of ice pack 30 minutes as ordered
D)
Apply liniment rub to the affected area

 

Answer Key

1.
D
2.
D
3.
A
4.
A
5.
B

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