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Adult Health lll exam 3 notes1.The nurse is caring for a client who requires furosemide for diuresis. The prescription is for 80 mg/day, IV in 4 divided doses. The nurse has 10 mg/mL of furosemide. How many mL per dose should the nurse administer to the client? Do not round your answer. Enter numeric value only.2.The nurse in the emergency department is working to stabilize an unconscious client who has just arrived via ambulance and is suspected to have internal bleeding following a trauma. The nurse anticipates that which of the following would most likely be used for aggressive fluid resuscitation?3.The nurse is caring for a client with heatstroke who has a prescription for intravenous 0.9% normal saline 1.5 Liters over 8 hours. The drop factor is 15 gtt/mL. How many gtt/min should the nurse administer to the client? Round your answer to a whole number. Enter numeric value only.4.The nurse in the emergency department has received an unconscious client who arrived by ambulance following an automobile accident. Which of the following actions would be appropriate for the nurse to take while attempting to stabilize the client?5.The nurse in the emergency department is assessing the vaccination status of a client who has a penetrating injury sustained while working with farming equipment. It would be a priority for the nurse to assess whether the client is vaccinated against which of the following?6.The nurse is providing triage at a disaster site of a workplace explosion. A 40-year-old client is burned over 65% of the body; the burns are second- and third-degree burns, butthe client is conscious. The nurse should tag the client with which of the following triage colors?7.The nurse in the emergency department is caring for a client who arrived by ambulance unconscious and hypotensive following a fall from a second-story balcony. It would be appropriate for the nurse to take which of the following actions? Select all that apply.
-Transfusion of O-negative packed blood red blood cells is indicated during emergencies when the client's blood type is unknown. inspect the client's posterior surfaces when attempting to identify the source of bleeding. Ecchymosis on the back or flanks