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DIF: C REF: 643 OBJ: AnalysisDownloaded by vanou bloom ([email protected])lOMoARcPSD|12103042
Stuvia.com - The Marketplace to Buy and Sell your Study MaterialStuvia.com - The Marketplace to Buy and Sell your Study MaterialTOP: Nursing Process: PlanningMSC: NCLEX test plan designation: Safety and Infection Control30.A client is told that he is a carrier of the hepatitis B virus. When asked to explain thissituation in more detail, the nurses best response is:1You need to be careful not to pass the virus to other people.2You arent sick, but you do have the virus within your body.3Be tested often so as to monitor whether the virus becomesactive.4While you show no signs of the illness, you can pass the virusto others.ANS: 4Carriers are persons who show no symptoms of illness but who have pathogens on or in theirbodies that are transferred to others. While the other options are not incorrect, they do notaddress the clients questions as directly as does the answer.DIF: C REF: 643 OBJ: AnalysisTOP: Nursing Process: ImplementationMSC: NCLEX test plan designation: Safety and Infection Control31.The nurse can best minimize the risk for infection when initiating an intravenous site by:1Proper vein site selection2Effective topical skin preparation3Appropriate site dressing4Gloving for the procedureANS: 2When a needle pierces a clients skin regardless of the location, organisms enter the body ifproper skin prepping was not performed. The remaining options have an effect on infectioncontrol but not to the degree that skin prepping does.DIF: C REF: 644-645 OBJ: AnalysisTOP: Nursing Process: ImplementationMSC: NCLEX test plan designation: Safety and Infection Control32.A client enters a neighborhood walk-in clinic reporting the symptoms of a head cold. Whenthe health care provider does not prescribe an antibiotic, the client asks the nurse to explain whynot. The nurses most appropriate response is:Downloaded by vanou bloom ([email protected])lOMoARcPSD|12103042
Stuvia.com - The Marketplace to Buy and Sell your Study MaterialStuvia.com - The Marketplace to Buy and Sell your Study Material1Antibiotics arent usually necessary for colds, and they arereally very expensive if you dont have insurance.2You know what they say; a cold will go away with medicationin 2 weeks; without medication in 14 days.3Your health care provider believes in treating the symptomssince there are so many different strains of the common cold.4Common colds dont usually require an antibiotic, and takingone results in making it harder to treat infections when they dooccur.ANS: 4Organisms with resistance to key antibiotics are becoming more common in acute care settings.

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