obtain respirations and temperature B dilute with 9 ml of NS C draw the

Obtain respirations and temperature b dilute with 9

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A. obtain respirations and temperatureB. dilute with 9 ml of NSC. draw the medications in separate syringesD. verify the route of administration.C. correct–Compazine should be considered incompatible in a syringe with all other medications6. The nurse is caring for clients in the student health center. A client confides to the nurse that the client’s boyfriend informed her that he tested positive for hepatitis B. Which of the following responses by the nurse is BEST?A. “That must have been a real shock to you.”B. “You should be tested for hepatitis B.”C. “You’ll receive the hepatitis B immune globulin (HBIG).”
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D. “Have you had unprotected sex with your boyfriend?”D. correct–assessment, transmitted through parenteral drug abuse and sexual contact; determine exposure before implementing7. A young adult patient constantly seeks attention from the nurses, stomping away from the nurses’station and pouting when her requests are refused. Which of the following responses by the nurse isMOST appropriate?B. correct–reward non-seeking attention behaviors by giving the patient unsolicited attention8. After abdominal surgery, a client has a nasogastric tube attached to low suctioning. The client becomes nauseated, and the nurse observes a decrease in the flow of gastric secretions. Which of the following nursing interventions would be MOST appropriate?B. correct–to confirm placement, nurse should aspirate and test the pH of the aspirate, results should be 0-4
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