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Level 4 100 Prep U questions Question 1 See full question The nurse is planning care for a group of clients who requested the use of yoga. Which client is not a candidate for yoga? You Selected: client with anxiety Correct response: spinal fusion client Explanation: Remediation: Question 2 See full question An adolescent client with ruptured membranes is admitted to the hospital. A few hours after her arrival to the labor and birth unit, the client's parents call to inquire about her condition. How should the nurse respond? You Selected: "For confidentiality reasons, I cannot give you any information." Correct response: "For confidentiality reasons, I cannot give you any information." Explanation: Remediation: Question 3 See full question On observing a parent propping a bottle for a 2-month-old child in the waiting room, the nurse explains the dangers to the parent. Which statement indicates that the parent has understood the nurse’s teaching? You Selected: "I can see how it might cause choking and cause tooth decay." Correct response: "I can see how it might cause choking and cause tooth decay." Explanation: Remediation: Question 4 See full question
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A 40-year-old client who is quite anxious says that she would "rather die than be pregnant." Which response by the nurse is most helpful? You Selected: "I see you are upset. Take some deep breaths to relax a little." Correct response: "I see you are upset. Take some deep breaths to relax a little." Explanation: Remediation: Question 5 See full question A client with type 1 diabetes mellitus has influenza. The nurse should instruct the client to: You Selected: increase the frequency of self-monitoring (blood glucose testing). Correct response: increase the frequency of self-monitoring (blood glucose testing). Explanation: Remediation: Question 6 See full question When explaining the preparation for a Papanicolaou (Pap) test, the nurse should tell the woman: You Selected: not to douche on the morning before the examination. Correct response: not to douche on the morning before the examination. Explanation: Remediation: Question 7 See full question A child with a fractured left femur receives a cast. A short time later, the nurse notices that the toes on the child's left foot are edematous. Which nursing action would be most appropriate? You Selected: Elevating the foot of the bed Correct response:
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Elevating the foot of the bed Explanation: Remediation: Question 8 See full question A nurse realizes that the dosage of the medication administered to the client has been entered incorrectly into the client records. Which of the following would be the most appropriate action for the nurse? You Selected: Strike out with a single line and place initials.
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  • Fall '17
  • Correct Response, Arterial blood gas, UAP

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