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11. A 42-year-old patient is admitted to the ED after an assault. The patient received blunt trauma to the face and has a suspected nasal fracture. Which of the following interventions should the nurse perform?A) Administer nasal spray and apply an occlusive dressing to the patients face.B) Position the patients head in a dependent position.C) Irrigate the patients nose with warm tap water.D) Apply ice and keep the patients head elevated.12. The occupational health nurse is obtaining a patient history during a pre-employment physical. During the history, the patient states that he has hereditary angioedema. The nurse should identify what implication of this health condition?13. The nurse is conducting a presurgical interview for a patient with laryngeal cancer. The patient states that he drinks approximately six to eight shots of vodka per day. It is imperative that the nurse inform the surgical team so the patient can be assessed for what?14. The nurse is explaining the safe and effective administration of nasal spray to a patient with seasonal allergies. What information is most important to include in this teaching?15. As a clinic nurse, you are caring for a patient who has been prescribed an antibiotic for tonsillitis and has been instructed to take the antibiotic for 10 days. When you do a follow-up call with this patient, you are informed that the patient is feeling better and is stopping the medication after taking it for 4 days. What information should you provide to this patient?A) Keep the remaining tablets for an infection at a later time.B) Discontinue the medications if the fever is gone.C) Dispose of the remaining medication in a biohazard receptacle.D) Finish all the antibiotics to eliminate the organism completely.