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Module Three

True or False

QuestionAnswer
The large intestine is responsible to reabsorb water. True
Arteriole is the wave-like contraction of smoothe muscle. False
Fruits and vegetables servings on the food guide pyramid are 6 oz. daily. False
Vitamin C helps boost immunity. True
Protein assists in the repair of body tissue. True
A cardiac diet will be used for someone experiencing nausea. False
Catheter bags should be lifted to shoulder height at the end of each shift to allow the urine to drain from the tubing. False
A commode is a special type of bedpan for those patients that can't flex at the hips. False
Dysuria is the excessive production of urine. False
Liquid stool seepage could be a sign of a fecal impaction. True
Created by: mstearns