The client is cold, clammy, and confused. Remove reading material to decrease eyestrain. Present all the information in one session just before discharge. Mixed venous blood gases are used when patients are hemodynamically unstable to evaluate the amount of oxygen delivered to the tissue and the amount of oxygen consumed by the tissues. It may be necessary in some events to stop in the middle of performing a procedure, but option 3 is not the best way to prevent the spread of infection.
Which nurse’s statement, related to this intervention, is incorrect? Which action should the nurse take? Low back pain and dysuria Rationale: A 51 year old woman with a dx of breast cancer has been scheduled for a unilateral mastectomy. Arterial blood pH is 7. The nurse bases this interpretation on which of the following data?
Because antineoplastic medications lower the resistance of the body, clients must be informed not to receive immunizations without a HCP’s approval. Which factor is the most likely cause of the recurrence of seizure activity?
Identifying the process for disciplinary action if standards of care are not met Rationale: This is done because the urine in that voiding has been in the bladder for an unknown period of time.
Clients need to avoid aspirin and aspirin-containing products to minimize the risk of bleeding, and they need to avoid alcohol to minimize the risk of toxicity and side effects.
This test involves injecting contrast dye into a blood vessel to outline the blood vessels of the lungs. Because the cancer is in situ, the origin is the cervix. Which action by the nurse is best? A nurse is reviewing the laboratory results of a client who has cirrhosis.
A client with Parkinson’s disease has been prescribed benztropine Cogentin. The nurse is satisfied with the results and tells the client that the baby is safe and that the baby’s heart rate is within normal limits. Ethosuximide Zarontin has been ordered and the nurse is teaching the client and family about the drug.
The medication impairs pancreatic function and pancreatic function tests should be performed before therapy begins and when a week or more has elapsed between administration of the doses. Which of the following assessment findings should cause the nurse to suspect that the client has hypertonic dehydration? The nurse understands that the client is now at risk for which of the following? Potential for fetal injury related to abruptio placentae.
This will most likely affect which pharmacokinetic process? The pH is also decreased in mixed venous blood gases because of the higher PvCO2.
A nurse is caring for a client who has pancreatitis. To ensure a safe environment, which of the following is the nurse’s highest priority? Which of the following conditions or factors in a year-old patient evolev with head and neck cancer most likely contributed to this health problem?
A nurse is providing dietary teaching to a client who has celiac disease. PTU inhibits thyroid hormone synthesis and is used to treat hyperthyroidism, or Graves’ disease. Which of cergical following indicates that the client is in cholinergic crisis?
A client with diabetes mellitus has a foot infection and is to be started on antibiotic therapy with an aminoglycoside. When you want to take a test A nurse is planning to irrigate and dress a clean, granulating wound for a client who has a pressure ulcer. Increased peak flow readings.
So be sure to eat enough throughout the day. FHR of beats per minute 4.
A Document this normal finding in the medical record B Call the physician immediately for an order to increase this dangerously low potassium level C Check that the client is oriented. How many milliliters should the nurse use to prepare the qujzlet dose? The nurse safely wears which of the following when cleaning the client?
Which is most important for the nurse to determine before administration of this medication? The nurse should encourage the parents to do which of the following?