52.ID: 383732879A nurse is examining the peripheral vision of a client using the confrontation test. To carry out this procedure, the nurse: U.Asks the client to discriminate numbers on a chart composed of colored dots Darkens the room and asks the client to identify colored blocks and shapes that Has both the client and nurse cover the right eye, stare at each other's Sits at eye level with the client, covers one eye, and has the client cover the eye Rationale: The confrontation test is a gross measure of peripheral vision. It compares the client’speripheral vision with the examiner’s vision under the assumption that the examiner’s vision is normal. The examiner positions himself or herself at eye level with the client, about 2 feet away. The examiner directs the client to cover one eye with an opaque card and look straight at the examiner with the other. The examiner covers his or her own eye opposite the client’s covered V.appear in the visual field Incorrect W.uncovered eye, and bring a small object into the visual field, then repeat the test with the left eye X.directly opposite the nurse's, after which each stares at the other's uncovered eye and the nurse brings a small object into the visual field Correct
one. Next the examiner holds a pencil or flicking finger as a target midline between himself or herself and the client and slowly advances it from the periphery in several directions. The examiner asks the client to say “now” as the target is first seen. This sighting should occur just as the examiner sees the object for the first time. Asking the client to discriminate numbers on a chart composed of colored dots and darkening the room and asking the client to identify colored blocks and shapes that appear in the visual field are both components of testing for color vision.53.ID: 383733773A nurse is preparing to assess a client for the presence of the Tinel sign. Which action does the nurse take to elicit this sign? Y.
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