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NP Certification Q&A

Fitzgerald Health Education Associates

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Welcome to NP Certification Q&A presented by Fitzgerald Health Education Associates. This podcast is for NP students studying to pass their NP certification exam. Getting to the correct test answers means breaking down the exam questions themselves. Expert Fitzgerald faculty clinicians share their knowledge and experience to help you dissect the anatomy of a test question so you can better understand how to arrive at the correct test answer. So, if you’re ready, let’s jump right in.
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The Inbound Certification is a free internet marketing training and certification program. The course includes 12 video classes that cover each stage of the inbound methodology. These classes will prepare you for the Inbound Certification exam. When the exam is passed, you'll receive a certificate of completion and a badge to add to your suite of skills on your resume, LinkedIn and anywhere else you see fit. The Inbound Certification is administered by HubSpot.
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The certification of products is not new. However, the past few years have seen an upsurge in consumer demand for much more information about the provenance, authenticity, and performance of products and services, going well beyond authenticity, safety and reliability. Alongside this rise there has been a proliferation of voluntary certification schemes instituted by various combinations of industry associations, nongovernmental organisations (NGOs) and government or quasi-governmental agenc ...
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Cloud Computing Foundation certification program provides you, clear and concise basics of cloud computing platform.Cloud computing is about providing IT-related services through the internet. It allows flexible IT solutions to support the business, based on clear service arrangements. https://www.novelvista.com/exin-cloud-computing-foundation
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What is ONE of the best types of education that opens the door for higher paying jobs? CERTIFICATIONS! Why? Because it provides certified evidence from a 3rd party that you can perform the skills needed for a particular job. Forklift drivers must have an OSHA compliant certification before they are hired. Are you ready for a good paying skilled job? Get your Forklift Certification today! Jobs are plentiful in DFW area. Call 817-451-6288 Address: 3625 E. Loop 820 S., Fort Worth, TX and sign u ...
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Getting the Certified Professional Building Designer® (CPBD™) designation can be daunting. The second Tuesday of each month, join Steve Mickley, a long-time CPBD and chief staff officer at AIBD, as he interviews guests who have successfully completed their journeys to becoming a CPBD. If you're interested in becoming a building designer, want to earn your CPBD designation, or just want to hear some great career advice, this is the podcast for you.
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The nurse practitioner sees a six week old with her parents for an urgent care visit. The family is of southeast Asian ancestry. They voiced concern about “dark spots” over her lower back and buttocks that have developed over the past three weeks. The child was born after a full term pregnancy, went home with parents in 24 hours, has had an appropr…
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A three year old otherwise well child for a sick visit. Her caregivers report that the child has been well, with the exception of a number of small, new skin lesions on the chin and arms, present for about 3 days. The child will occasionally rub the lesions, but does not complain about pain, has no fever, no other symptoms. Exam is consistent with …
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A 5 year-old otherwise well child presents with a 4-day history of “a skin problem”. . She is without fever and in no acute distress. Her parent advises that other children in the child’s playgroup have developed similar skin lesions. Considering the diagnosis of non bullous impetigo, the NP expects to find which of the following? A : A four-centim…
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A 33 year-old who is pregnant with her 2d child presents for prenatal care. She does not have record of her immunizations, but states she has not had any vaccines in more than 1 year. She is without complaint, and exam is consistent with gestational age, with FHT= 140 BPM and visible fetal activity. Today which two vaccines are recommended? A: Meas…
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Which of the following is consistent with the clinical presentation of placental abruption? a. A 38 year-old with primary HTN, who is now 28 weeks pregnant with her 6th child, presents with a 1-h history of sudden onset abdominal pain as well as dark red vaginal bleeding,dizziness, tachycardia and BP= 88/ 55 b. A 32 year old who's pregnant with her…
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The nurse practitioner sees a six week old with her parents for an urgent care visit. The family is of southeast Asian ancestry. They voiced concern about “dark spots” over her lower back and buttocks that have developed over the past three weeks. The child was born after a full term pregnancy, went home with parents in 24 hours, has had an appropr…
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A 56-year-old man with a 10-year history of hypertension (HTN) presents for a primary care visit, stating he has not taken his HTN medications, a calcium channel blocker, angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitor, and thiazide diuretic for the past 3 months due to “running out of the medication and not getting to the pharmacy.” Today, his blood press…
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A 56-year-old man with a 10-year history of hypertension (HTN) presents for a primary care visit, stating he has not taken his HTN medications, a calcium channel blocker, angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitor, and thiazide diuretic for the past 3 months due to “running out of the medication and not getting to the pharmacy.” Today, his blood press…
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A 12-month-old is seen for well child care. He has been walking solo since age 11 months, and now waves “bye-bye”, searches for an item under a blanket as well as using “mama” and “dada” specifically. His physical examination is within normal limits. Laboratory evaluation reveals a mild microcytic hypochromic anemia with an elevated RDW. The NP con…
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Ariel is a 7 month old infant, born at 40 weeks gestation, with Apgar scores of 9 and 10. The baby is up-to-date for well child care and immunizations and has had 2 minor episodic illnesses at aged 4 and 6 months with full recovery. Ariel rolled tummy to back, started to purposely bring hands together, and babble at around age 4 months, and has had…
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A 22-year-old woman presents with a chief complaint of a 4-day history of mild dysuria, described as, “It burns a bit when I urinate.” She denies fever, GI upset, urinary urgency and frequency. About 1 month ago, she entered a relationship with a male partner who is currently without symptoms. Clinical assessment reveals a friable cervix covered by…
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Which of the following applies when considering issues in clinical testing in a target disease? A. A false negative result identifies a person with the target disease B. A true positive result identifies a person with the target disease. C. A true negative result allows for the patient and clinician to discuss treatment options for the target disea…
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A 68-year-old woman presents for follow-up at her primary care provider with a chief complaint of “another urine infection”, stating she was seen 4 days ago at urgent care with new onset dysuria and urinary frequency. A review of her clinical record reveals that she has had 3 symptomatic, culture-confirmed UTIs in the past 8 months. She is currentl…
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A 28 year-old woman presents with a 2-day history of urinary frequency, urgency and dysuria, stating, “This feels like when I had a urine infection 4 years ago.” She denies fever or GI upset and otherwise feels well. In consideration of the diagnosis of lower UTI/cystitis, a urinalysis is ordered. Which of the following is the most sensitive and sp…
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Which of the following examples represents a potential medical malpractice scenario? A. A 25-year-old who is being treated for acute otitis media, reports penicillin allergy to the healthcare provider. An amoxicillin prescription is advised. The patient takes prescribed amoxicillin without adverse reaction. B. A 40-year-old patient with acute bacte…
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A 67-year-old man with a five-year history of heart failure with reduced ejection fraction presented to the ER approximately 7 days ago with worsening shortness of breath, and new onset orthopnea. He was hospitalized for two days, with medications adjusted, and states at that time his symptoms were significantly improved. The nurse practitioner now…
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A 14-month-old is brought into the clinic for a well-child visit. Born at 39.5 weeks gestation, he has been healthy and is up-to-date with immunizations. The child started to walk at age 12 months and the parents note that “his feet look a little crooked when he stands and sometimes he will trip when he is trying to run because they curve in.” The …
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A 68-year-old with atrial fibrillation is taking warfarin as part of therapy for the prevention of thromboembolic event. His goal INR is 2-3, which is checked monthly and has been within acceptable range for the past 6 months. Today he presents with an INR=3.8. He denies bleeding events and reports, “I am taking my medicine just like I was told.” T…
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A 35-year-old woman presents for a well-woman exam. She is without complaint, with BMI=22, and reports that she runs about 28 miles per week, 4-5 miles with each run, and has excellent exercise tolerance. She states, “I am in great health.” On physical examination, the NP notes a faint mid-systolic click followed by a grade 2/6 mid- to late-systoli…
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A 28-year-old woman who is breastfeeding her healthy 3-month-old term infant presents with a 48-hour history of generalized body aches, intermittent fever to 101.2 F, and localized pain on the upper aspect of her left breast. Nursing her child worsens the breast pain, while putting a cool compress on the area helps with pain control. She denies cou…
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A nurse practitioner is newly licensed to practice. Which of the following best describes the NP’s ability to prescribe controlled substances? A. Any NP who meets state-level requirements for a license to practice is able to prescribe controlled substances. B. NPs are significantly restricted nationally from prescribing controlled substances. C. NP…
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Mrs. Parr, an 82-year-old woman with a 30-year history HTN and dyslipidemia, treated and at EBP goals, presents with a 3-day history of weakness and urinary incontinence. She was seen in urgent care yesterday, diagnosed with a UTI, and appropriately treated. She resides with her adult daughter who states, “The last two days, Mom kept saying she nee…
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The NP is seeing a 60-year-old woman with a 10 year history of T2DM. Her current medications include oral metformin and an oral SGLT2-I, and states she is feeling well, without report of blurred vision, excessive thirst or polyuria. She has not had any laboratory tests done in the past 6 months. Which of the following represents the best choice of …
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A 21 year-old woman with a 15 year history of asthma. presents with acute bacterial rhinosinusitis; she is without fever and in no acute distress. Her current medications include an ICS/LABA inhaler for reliever and prevention asthma therapy, and a LNG-IUD for contraception. She also reports being told by her parents that she has penicillin allergy…
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