Weekly NCLEX/HESI Question for November 20


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November 20

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Susan Merritt 60, postmenopausal, is seen at her healthcare provider’s office for a checkup for vaginal bleeding. She states she is “constantly tired.”  Along with intermittent vaginal bleeding her only other symptom presently is heartburn which she attributes to the type foods her husband insists she prepares. The health care provider orders a lab work screening. The reason for this decision is:
The patient is postmenopausal.
Her complaint of frequent heartburn is troublesome.
It is necessary to evaluate the patient completely.
If this patient needs further care, the health care provider needs to “get the facts straight.”
Question 1 Explanation: 
The correct answer is (c). The healthcare provider must have as many of the pieces to the patient- puzzle as possible so he can determine a course of care.
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