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2301 Pre-Test pg 2 - 2 3 Diarrhea is a common problem...

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Unformatted text preview: 2. 3. Diarrhea is a common problem associated with tribe feedings. 1What is the most likely cause of diarrhea in clients on tube feedings? _ Improper tube placement A formula with a high oamolality e. Inadequate fluid intake d. Improper positioning of the client during the feeding 9.1beguaiacmismmofseveralbeeidepmcednreemdeteetthepreseneeof . inastoolspecimen. Blood . Heirninthinfestaticns c. Bile d. Microorganisms 'lfl. Whatistbewnstcmrectproeedurendimcoflecflngastoolspeeimenfi'nmabedpan? Take the specimen tothe laboratcryatthe end ofthe shift I} Be eatefirl notto contaminate the outside ofthe specimen container with feces «e. Wear sterile gloves and use a sterile specimen cup d. 1Wearing gloves, remove the specimen fine: the pan with a paper towel and transfer it to the specimen cup. 11. A client has an indwelling catheter. Many procedures involving the organs of elimination are embarrassing to the client. In relationtothis information, what is most important for the nurse to do when perfierrrting catheter care? _ Work quickly in order to decrease the client‘s discomfort é) Provide privacy and use proper draping procedures . Ask the client to tell you why he is embarrassed d. Telldieclienttbisisroutinecarearuinratnbeenibanamed 12.21 client is scheduled for a chest x—ray today. She Is ambulatory but still has her indwelling catheter. What instnictions are most appropriate for the nurse to give the away technician who accompanies the client to the radiology department? a. ”the drainage hag should'be'plaeed on the x-ray table beside the client during the procedure . He should disconnect the drainage bag before leaving the client's room . The drainage bag should be kept below the waist level at all times d. The client may feel abdominal pressure while she is walking about 13. it client has an ‘urdwelling catheter. Which intervention is most appropriate to be instituted to help prevent a eafiteteressociatcd urine infection? a '- Maintain a closed drainage system Change her catheter everyr ’l' to it] days c. Cleanse her urinary rneetns daily with iodine d. Encourage herto limit fluids to-llss dian [Dill] on per day ...
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