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NP4X3 – confirmed 101410, waiting to add pix file 10 hours after client with 50% burns    ~ Document finding as only action 12 hrs after client burned    ~  document finding as only action 15 minutes after a transfusion of packed red blood cells is started, a patient develops  ~ disconnect the transfusion 2 hours after client with ET is extubated   ~  notify physician and emergency team 32 year old patient has early alcoholic cirrhosis diagnosed by a liver biopsy  ~ abstinence from alcohol After starting O2 40% by face mask  ~ PACO2 increase from 47-53 All following lab test on emergent burn client    ~ serum K+ AN 80 YO patient, ABGs    ~ PH 7.38???????????? As part of the report the med surg nurse was told, low urine output 2 hours later   ~  Measure and compare total output vs  total intake At what point after burn injury, most alert, hypoKalemia   ~  fluid remobilization Burn client on admission is drooling  ~  breath sounds over trachea/ main stem bronchii Burn client’s family asks point no longer risk of infection    ~ burn wounds close Client 2 days post op bowel resection   ~ apply O2 by mask or cannula 5 L /min Client admitted to hospital sudden onset RUQ pain     ~  Clay colored stools Client at risk for acute resp failure becomes cyanotic/diaphoretic   ~ pulse ox Client diagnosed with Hep A    ~ shellfish Client diagnosed with MI     ~  TnKase admin single bolus 5 sec Client end stage cirrhosis develops severe vomiting   ~ bleeding esophageal varices Client experiences flail chest    ~ paradoxic chest movement Client has experienced a lower motor neuron injury  ~ manual disimpaction Client has experienced an electrical injury   ~ HR and rhythm Client has experienced blunt trauma, hemothorax    ~ percussion dullness affected side Client has experienced left-sided chest trauma 3 hours ago  ~  tension pneumo Client has had an uncuffed trach tube    ~ attempt to reinsert  Client has just returned to the unit after having a traditional cholecystectomy  ~ Document the finding
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NP4X3 – confirmed 101410, waiting to add pix file Client has severe burns around the right hip.  Which position  ~ Hip at zero flexion Client in acute resp failure as complication of COPD  ~ Assist client with augmented coughing  Client is 24 hours post op trach   ~ Use a manual resuscitation bag  Client is being treated with lactulose   ~ normal expected response to this medication Client is discharged on a diuretic and digitalis  ~ under conditions of hypokalemia, digitalis exerts toxic effects Client is prescribed 50% oxygen    ~ Venturi mask
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