The client does not need a prescription for a condom with nonoxynol 9 because

The client does not need a prescription for a condom

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should be left at the tip of the penis to allow the condom to hold the sperm. The client does not need a prescription for a condom with nonoxynol 9 because these are sold over the counter. Question 5 A client receiving dialysis directs profanities at the nurse and then abruptly hangs his head and pleads, “Please forgive me. Something just came over me. Why do I say those things?” The nurse interprets this as which finding? You Selected: emotional lability Correct response: emotional lability Explanation: This type of behavior illustrates emotional lability , which is a readily changeable or unstable emotional affect. Neologism is using a word when it can have two or more meanings, or a play on words. Confabulation involves replacing memory loss by fantasy to hide confusion; it is unconscious behavior. Flight of ideas refers to a rapid succession of verbal expressions that jump from one topic to another and are only superficially related. Question 6 A client who had a transurethral resection of the prostate (TURP) 1 day earlier has a three-way Foley catheter inserted for continuous bladder irrigation. Which of the following statements best explains why continuous irrigation is used after TURP? You Selected: To keep the catheter free from clot obstruction. Correct response: To keep the catheter free from clot obstruction. Explanation: Continuous irrigation, usually consisting of sterile normal saline, is used after TURP to keep blood clots from obstructing the catheter and impeding urine flow. Antibiotics may be instilled in the bladder with the use of an irrigating solution, but this is not the primary reason for using continuous irrigation in TURP. The irrigating solution may secondarily help prevent bladder distention because it keeps the catheter from becoming obstructed. Question 7 A client is diagnosed with genital herpes, (herpes simplex virus type 2, or HSV-2). The nurse should instruct the client that: You Selected:
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reducing stressful life events may decrease the incidence of herpetic outbreaks. Correct response: reducing stressful life events may decrease the incidence of herpetic outbreaks. Explanation: Managing stressful life events can decrease the incidence of outbreaks of HSV-2. Occlusive ointments should not be applied. Antiviral therapies will not cure herpes, but they can manage symptoms and decrease the incidence of outbreaks. Clients with HSV-2 should use condoms to prevent HSV transmission. Cells can be shed at other times, not only when the vesicles are weeping. Question 8 A nulliparous client says that she and her husband plan to use a diaphragm with spermicide to prevent conception. Which should the nurse include as the action of spermicides when teaching the client? You Selected: destruction of spermatozoa before they enter the cervix Correct response: destruction of spermatozoa before they enter the cervix Explanation: Spermicidal agents work by destroying the spermatozoa before they enter the cervix. In addition, some spermicides alter the vaginal pH to a strong acidic environment, which is not conducive to survival of spermatozoa. Spermicides do not prevent the spermatozoa from entering the uterus, but the diaphragm or condom
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