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Administering analgesics is an example of physical care techniques. It is not a life-savingDownloaded by kevin cheshire ([email protected])lOMoARcPSD|5903666
Stuvia.com - The Marketplace to Buy and Sell your Study MaterialStuvia.com - The Marketplace to Buy and Sell your Study Materialmeasure. Initiating stress-reduction therapy is an example of a counseling technique. Teachingthe client how to take his or her pulse rate is an example of the nursing intervention of teaching.The focus is for the client to obtain new knowledge or psychomotor skills.DIF: A dm 285 OBJ: ComprehensionTOP: Nursing Process: ImplementationMSC: NCLEX test plan designation: Safe, Effective Care Environment10.To provide optimum care, a nursing intervention should be based on:1An appropriate nursing diagnosis2Subjective and objective client data3Sound clinical judgment and knowledge4Identified physical and psychosocial needs of the clientANS: 3The assessment data direct the nurse in the formulation of a client-specific care plan groundedwithin clear, relevant nursing diagnoses and directed towards appropriate, attainable clientoutcomes. A nursing intervention is any treatment, based upon clinical judgment and knowledgethat a nurse performs to enhance client outcomes. Ideally, the interventions a nurse uses areevidence-based, providing the most current, up-to-date, and effective approaches for clientproblems. Interventions include both direct and indirect care measures, aimed at individuals,families, and/or the community.DIF: C dm 279 OBJ: AnalysisTOP: Nursing Process: ImplementationMSC: NCLEX test plan designation: Safe, Effective Care Environment11.Which of the following interventions is the best example of an indirect intervention directedtowards client safety?1Checking on a restrained client every 15 minutes2Performing hand hygiene between client contacts3Including the diagnosis at risk for injury related to falls to aclients care plan4Turning on a night light to illuminate the path to the bathroomANS: 4Indirect care interventions are treatments performed away from the client but on behalf of theclient or group of clients. For example, indirect care measures include actions for managing theclients environment (e.g., safety and infection control), documentation, and interdisciplinaryDownloaded by kevin cheshire ([email protected])lOMoARcPSD|5903666
Stuvia.com - The Marketplace to Buy and Sell your Study MaterialStuvia.com - The Marketplace to Buy and Sell your Study Materialcollaboration. Directly impacting the light level in a clients room to minimize the risk for falls isthe best example of a safety-oriented indirect care intervention. Including a nursing diagnosisregarding falls would also be an example of an indirect care intervention but it is not as activelyaffecting the clients safety. Checking a restrained client is a direct care intervention because itinvolves actual client contact, while performing hand hygiene is directed more towards infectioncontrol than safety.

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