All the absolute best with this quick practice questions! A tip that I often found to be useful is to read through the topic or diagnosis independently regardless of the answer you selected. In so doing, you will learn more about the condition incase you come across it in the clinical area or in the [...]
Hospital-acquired pneumonia (HAP) is pneumonia that develops 48 hours or longer after admission to a hospital. HAP is the second most common nosocomial infection. -Medscape
A 14 year old male comes into the emergency with complaints of dizziness, headache, bloody vomitus. He has been nose bleeding for three days & actively for 24hours. The accompanying guardian has had him lean back in an effort to stop the bleeding. On assessment he has cold clammy skin and is weak looking while being pale with some confusion. Vital signs:
Symptoms of hyperglycemia due to insulin deficiency.