Assess your knowledge of Foundational Concepts

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Assess your knowledge of foundational concepts essential to the nursing management of client health by taking the interactive quiz, located in the media "Arterial Blood Gas Interpretation." http://lc.gcumedia.com/zwebassets/courseMaterialPages/nrs410v_self-assessment-v1.1.php

The quiz is designed as a tool for self-assessment. When you encounter questions that seem vaguely familiar, click on the media's study materials, which are organized by topic (e.g., anatomy, biology, chemistry, pharmacology). This media will serve as a refresher for the concepts that build upon one another in nursing practice.

You will have the opportunity to retake the quiz until you achieve a passing score of 100%.

Once completed, please save your results and submit to the instructor.

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