A nurse is caring for a client with early stage s of peripheral venous disease

A nurse is caring for a client with early stage s of

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A nurse is caring for a client with early stages of peripheral venous disease. Which of the following is an expected finding when inspecting the lower extremities? While recovering from abdominal surgery a client develops thrombophlebitis. A nurse would assess the client for? A nurse is assessing a client following a lengthy abdominal surgery. An assessment finding that would indicate a possible complication from the surgery would be After abdominal surgery a client suddenly complains of numbness in the right leg and a “funny feeling” in the toes. The nurse should first After abdominal surgery a client suddenly complains of numbness in the right leg and a “funny feeling” in the toes. The nurse should first RESPIRATORY ASSESSMENT A client in moderate to severe respiratory disease is admitted to the medical unit at the hospital. During the admission assessment of the client the nurse should
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A client who is experiencing dyspnea comes to a health clinic. Which assessment finding in the client indicates to the nurse that the respiratory problem is chronic? An emergency room nurse is assessing a client who sustained a blunt injury to the chest wall. Which of these signs would indicate the presence of pneumothoraxin this client? A nurse is assessing breath sounds with the diaphragm of the stethoscope and hears rhonchi on expiration in both lower lobes. The nurse should reassess A nurse caring for an older adult client admitted for new-onset confusion notes the following lab results:CBC: wbc- 15,000, HgB 14.1, Hct 42%ABG: pH 7.48, PCO2 32, PO2 78, HCO3 29Chemistry: BUN 23, Creatinine 0.8 After reviewing these data, a priority assessment for the nurse would be to -Auscultate for bronchial breath sounds, wheezes, or crackles.A client is scheduled for a lung scan. Which of the following nursing interventions is most important to prevent post-procedure complications?
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