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The nurse is caring for a client whose cultural background is different than their own. Which nursing actions are appropriate? Select all that apply. Ask the client if there are cultural or religious requirements that should be considered in the plan of care. Understand that all cultures experience pain in the same way. Respect the client’s cultural beliefs through word and actions. Consider that nonverbal cues, such as eye contact, may have a different meaning in different cultures. Explain the nurse’s beliefs so that the client will understand the differences. SUBMIT ANSWER The nurse is assigned to care for a client with early stage Alzheimer's disease. Which nursing interventions should be included in the client's care plan? Select all that apply. Make frequent changes in the client's routine. Engage the client in complex discussions to help improve memory. Assign tasks in simple steps. Assist the client with activities of daily living (ADLs) as necessary. Furnish the client's environment with familiar possessions. The nurse is caring for a client in labor. The client wishes to have a “nonmedicated” labor and birth. During the early stages of labor, the client becomes frustrated with the use of music and imagery. Which of the following would the nurse include in the client’s plan of care? Select all that apply. Suggest a shower or bath
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Encourage ambulation Offer the use of a yoga ball Offer the client epidural anesthesia Administer butorphal IV A child is admitted to the child psychiatric unit for an Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) assessment. What symptoms nurse would expect find? Select all that apply. easily distracted cannot wait to take turns excessive fidgeting excessive climbing and running pouting behaviors The nurse is caring for a client who is in the transitional stage of labor. The client’s partner is concerned and asks, “What else can I do for my wife? She is so irritable.” Which of the following interventions would the nurse suggest? Select all that apply. “Your wife should not be this upset. I will call the doctor immediately.” “Continue to praise your wife and give her encouragement.” “Stay by your wife’s side. It is important that she know you are there to support her.” “Encourage your wife to rest in between contractions.” “It is time to have your wife push. I will help you explain what to expect.”
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A nurse is assisting a grieving client and his/her spouse to deal with their loss of their 24-week-old infant. Which of the following actions would be most appropriate from the nurse? Select all that apply. Remind them that there must have been something wrong with the baby.
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