A nurse is teaching a client and his family how to care for the client’s tracheotomy at home. Which of the following instructions is appropriate for the client and family?
Use tracheotomy cover when outdoors

A nurse is giving an end-of shift report about a client admitted earlier that day with pneumonia. Which of the following pieces of information is most essential to provide
Breath sounds

A nurse is checking blood pressure at a community health screening. Which of the following clients is at high risk for primary hypertension?
A client who has an elevated LDL

A nurse is planning care for a client who has had stroke resulting in aphasia and dysphagia. Which of the following task should the nurse assign to an AP? Select all that apply
assist the client with a partial bed bath

measure the client’s BP after the nurse administers an anti-hypertensive medication

use a communiction board to ask what the client wants for lunch

A nurse is caring for a client who is combative in the emergency department. The provider order wrist restraints after the client attempts to assault the admitting nurse. Which of the following actions is appropriate for the nurse to take?
Remove each restraint one at a time every 2 hr.

A nurse is preparing to administer morphine 4 mg IV bolus to a client. Available is morphine 5mg/mL. Which of the following is an appropriate nursing intervention?
Have a second nurse witness the disposal of remaining medication

A nurse is caring for a client who asks about the purpose of advance directives. Which of the following is an appropriate response by the nurse?
“it indicates the form of treatment a client is willing to accept in the event of a serious illness

A nurse finds a client on the floor upon entering the client’s room. The roommate reports that the client was trying to get out of bed and fell over the bedrail onto the floor. Which of the following is correct documentation of this incident?
Client found lying on floor

A nurse is assessing a client who has diabetes mellitus and is experiencing foot pain. which of the following are signs and symptoms of infection? – increased neutrophils – localized edema A client is taking ibuprofen to treat hip pain. …

A nurse in a mental health facility observes a client who is experiencing panic level of anxiety. Which of the following actions should the nurse take first? Accompany the client to a quiet room. A nurse is obtaining a history …

A nurse is caring for a client who is receiving medication intramuscularly. The nurse should recognize that this route? Increase infection rates A nurse is planning care for a client who has had stroke resulting in aphasia and dysphagia. Which …

A nurse is teaching a client and his family how to care for the client’s tracheostomy at home. Which of the following instructions is appropriate for the client and family? use trachesotomy covers when outdoors A nurse is giving an …

A nurse is caring for an adult client who has an allergy to sulfa, is taking valproic acid (Depakote) for a seizure disorder, and has been newly diagnosed with osteoarthritis. The client states, “I keep seeing commercials on TV for …

Before I can discuss my personal philosophy of nursing, I would need to describe what philosophy of nursing means. It is the love or pursuit of knowledge, with your own system of beliefs and concepts; and incorporating that while caring …

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