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39. The nurse is caring for a client with Parkinson's disease. Which intervention does the nurse implement to prevent aspiration related respiratory complications in the client?a. Keep an oral airway at the bedside.b. Ensure fluid intake of at least 3 L/day.c. Teach the client pursed-lip breathing techniques.d. Maintain the head of the bed at least 30 degrees or greater.40. Emergency medical services arrive to the emergency department with a client who has a cervical spinal cord injury. Which priority assessment does the emergency department nurse perform at this time?41. The nurse assesses a client who has Myasthenia Gravis. Which clinical manifestation does the nurse expect to find in this client?42. The nurse assesses a client who has myasthenia gravis. Which clinical manifestation does thenurse expect to observe in this client?43. A client suspected to have myasthenia gravis is scheduled for the edrophonium chloride test. Which prescribed medication does the nurse prepare to administer if complications of this test occur?
b. Atropine sulfatec. Diphenhydramined. Neostigmine bromide44. The nurse is caring for a client post spinal cord injury. What interventions will the nurse provide to minimize the risk of autonomic dysreflexia?45. A client with macular degeneration would like to watch television. Where does the nurse place the television for best visualization of the screen?46. A client is complaining of dizziness, unilateral ringing in the ear, feeling of pressure or fullness in the ear, and unilateral hearing loss. Which would the nurse suspect the client is experiencing?