1. A medical diagnosis

(a) is the same as a nursing diagnosis.

(b) identifies the disease that inflicts the patient.

(c) is a problem statement that identifies the potential or actual health problem.

2. An expected outcome is

(a) the patient's condition after a care plan is executed.

(c) adverse reaction to a medication.

(d) a side effect to a medication.

3. After the patient is shown how to self-medicate, the nurse should

(a) show a film to the patient on self-medication.

(b) make sure the patient's family is shown how to medicate the patient.

(c) make sure the patient has the prescription for the medication.

(d) ask the patient to demonstrate how he or she will self-medicate.

4. A healthcare provider should administer medication to a patient even if the patient's cultural beliefs disagree with receiving medication.

5. A infant receives a full dose of the drug given to its mother when the infant breastfeeds.

6. A dose for a pediatric patient is determined by

(a) the patient's weight.

(b) the patient's height.

7. Adverse reaction to medication is a leading cause of death in elderly patients.

8. Which of the following is a type of intervention?

(a) Nurse-initiated

(b) Physician or advanced practitioner initiated

(c) Collaborative

(d) All of the above

9. Knowledge deficit related to language difficulties is a common nursing diagnoses related to drug therapy.

10. NANDAis a guide to nursing diagnosis.

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