QUESTION 21 A il-yearwold male patient with lung cancer is admitted for treatment of sepsis
related to his chemotherapy~induced immunosuppression. He seems to be improving from an infectious perspective, but during today’s assessment the AGACNP appreciates coarse
rales in the lung ﬁelds, a blood pressure of 146400 mm Hg, a bounding pulse, and trace pretibial edema. The urine output via Foley catheter has only been 100 mL in the last 3
hours. Suspicious for syndrome of inappropriate antidiuretic hormone (SIADH), the AGACNP orders a basic metabolic panel anticipating which of the following abnormalities? 1"“ A Hypokalemi
a f" BHypocalcem
ia r" C Hyponatrem
ia 1"" D Hypochlore
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