Biology

1. Mrs. Anita Perez, 25 years old G2 P1 on her 37th week AOG visit her nurse friend Liza to seek advice accompanied by her husband Raul. “Hi Anita , I’m so happy you drop by.” said Liza. I’m worried about our daughter Abigail , she is 5 years old now. I notice she was talking to an imaginary friend and seldom talking to us but if we are leaving the house she cries a loud.” said Raul. “Another problem is when I send her to pre sch class aside from crying she tend to suck her hand and tries to vomit so sometimes she was not be able to attend to school. Every time we asked her to come near me and hold her brother, she moves away and do thumb sucking and assumes a fetal position. What can we do? Why she behaves that way?” said Anita.

1. Mrs. Anita Perez, 25 years old G2 P1 on her 37th week AOG visit her nurse friend Liza to seek advice accompanied by her husband Raul. “Hi Anita , I’m so happy you drop by.” said Liza. I’m worried about our daughter Abigail , she is 5 years old now. I notice she was …

1. Mrs. Anita Perez, 25 years old G2 P1 on her 37th week AOG visit her nurse friend Liza to seek advice accompanied by her husband Raul. “Hi Anita , I’m so happy you drop by.” said Liza. I’m worried about our daughter Abigail , she is 5 years old now. I notice she was talking to an imaginary friend and seldom talking to us but if we are leaving the house she cries a loud.” said Raul. “Another problem is when I send her to pre sch class aside from crying she tend to suck her hand and tries to vomit so sometimes she was not be able to attend to school. Every time we asked her to come near me and hold her brother, she moves away and do thumb sucking and assumes a fetal position. What can we do? Why she behaves that way?” said Anita. Read More »

Choose the most appropriate anatomical directional term to complete each statement. The ankle is ___ to the knee The head is to the feet The big toe is — to the little toes V The thumb is — to the pinky The belly button is — to the back. The toes are to the heel. The chin is___ to the nose. V 1. inferior The elbow is to the shoulder. 2. lateral – The ebow is — to the wrist 1 The sole of the foot is – to the top of the foot 3 anterior/ventral 4. proximal 5. superior 6. medial the nose is ___ to the ear. V The shoulder is ___ to the sternum. 7 distal The toes are to the ankle. 8. posterior/dorsal The chest is to the shoulder blades. The back of the hand is — to the palm of the hand. The nose is on the ___ side of the face. The stomach is to the intestines. The hamstring is — to the quadriceps. The index finger is — to the thumb. The shoulders are — to the spine

EXPERT ANSWER Answer: The ankle is distal to the knee The head is superior to the feet The big toe is medial to the little toes The thumb is lateral to the pinky The belly button is anterior to the back. The toes are distal to the heel. The chin is inferior to the nose. …

Choose the most appropriate anatomical directional term to complete each statement. The ankle is ___ to the knee The head is to the feet The big toe is — to the little toes V The thumb is — to the pinky The belly button is — to the back. The toes are to the heel. The chin is___ to the nose. V 1. inferior The elbow is to the shoulder. 2. lateral – The ebow is — to the wrist 1 The sole of the foot is – to the top of the foot 3 anterior/ventral 4. proximal 5. superior 6. medial the nose is ___ to the ear. V The shoulder is ___ to the sternum. 7 distal The toes are to the ankle. 8. posterior/dorsal The chest is to the shoulder blades. The back of the hand is — to the palm of the hand. The nose is on the ___ side of the face. The stomach is to the intestines. The hamstring is — to the quadriceps. The index finger is — to the thumb. The shoulders are — to the spine Read More »

Current changes in health information systems include:Producing artificial body parts with computer printers Wearable devices to monitor heart and lung conditions Use of Skype or other video for virtual doctor’s visits Headsets that monitor brain waves

Current changes in health information systems include: Producing artificial body parts with computer printers Wearable devices to monitor heart and lung conditions Use of Skype or other video for virtual doctor’s visits Headsets that monitor brain waves All of these are correct. None of these are correct. EXPERT ANSWER Answer: All of these are correct. …

Current changes in health information systems include:Producing artificial body parts with computer printers Wearable devices to monitor heart and lung conditions Use of Skype or other video for virtual doctor’s visits Headsets that monitor brain waves Read More »

SUUS ON The pharmacy sends the nurse the following Coreg tablets. The order is to administer 12.5 mg PO daily. How many tablets wil the nurse administer? Include only the numeral (not the unit) in your answer. 3.125mg NDC 00074139-20 Store below 30°C (86°F) Disponse in a tight, Light resistant container Protect from moisture. Each tatke: contains carved l. 3.125 mg. Dosago: See accompanying prescribing information, Important Use safety closures when dispensing this product unless otherwise directed by physician or requested by purchaser Manufactured for GlaxoSmith dino Roscarch Triangle Park, NC 27700 COREGⓇ CARVEDILOL TABLETS 100 Tablets Rex 10/13 10000000120631 Made in Irland, gsk GlaxoSmithKline Ronly Tab

EXPERT ANSWER Ordered dose per day —– 12.5 mg orally . Dose of each tablet —— 3.125 mg. Therefore, tablets per day ==== 12.5 / 3.125 === 4 . Therefore, 4 tablets of carvedilol has to be given in a day. Thank you.

Question 17 of 20 The order is for 0.025 mg of medication IV daily. The medication has a dosage strength of 0.5 mcg per 0.1 ml. How many milliers will the nurse give to the patient? Include only the numeral (not the unit) in your answer. Enter your answer. mL « Previous Next >

EXPERT ANSWER Ordered dose(D) = 0.025 mg Dose in hand ( H) = 0.5 mcg 0.5 microgram =0.0005 milligram( divide by 1000) Quantity it is in ( Q) = 0.1 ml Amount to be administered (A) = ml? A= D×Q/ H A= 0.025 × 0.1 / 0.0005 = 5 ml is to be given

The patient is to take 80 mg Fluoxetine PO daily in the morning. The nurse should instruct the patient to take mL daily? Enter only the numeral (not the unit of measurement) in your answer. NDC 0093-6108-12 FLUOXETINE ORAL SOLUTION USP 20 mg/5 ml* PHARMACIST: Dispense the accompanying Medication Guide to each patient. R only 4 FL OZ (120 mL) TEUZA Enter your answer. mL INCORRECT

EXPERT ANSWER Answer is : 20 Because , in available dose, each 5 ml contains 20mg. The client needs to take 80mg. That is 5ml X 4 = 20ml. Hence 20ml = 80mg.

Question 12 of 20 The physician orders 625 mcg Enalaprilat i now. How many mL of Enalaprilat will the nurse administer to the patient? Include only the numeral (not the unit) in your answer. Hint: Remember the rules about leading and trailing zeros 10×1 ml Single Use Vials NDC 0143-9787-10 ENALAPRILAT . INJECTION, USP 1.25 mg/ml ANHYDROUS EQUIVALENT FOR IV USE ONLY BONLY

EXPERT ANSWER Formula is; doctors order × total dilution/total mg 625 × 10 ml/1.25 (1250) = 5 ml Nurses should be give enalaprilat injection to the patient according to doctor order should be give 5 ml of injection.

The chain of hemoglobin in man is 146 amino acids long. What would be the length (in nucleotides) of the mRNA molecule required to direct the synthesis of this polypeptide chain?

EXPERT ANSWER One amino acid is formed by 3 nucleotides codon, so in man haemoglobin chain is 146 amino acid long so, total nucleotides is =3×146 = 438. So, total lenth of haemoglobin chain is 438 or and from mRNA it is formed that mRNA is 441 nucleotides because last three nucleotide form stop codon …

The chain of hemoglobin in man is 146 amino acids long. What would be the length (in nucleotides) of the mRNA molecule required to direct the synthesis of this polypeptide chain? Read More »