+While caring for a patient with metastatic bone cancer, which clinical manifestations would alert the nurse to the possibility of hypercalcemia in this patient? A.WeaknessB.ParesthesiaC.Facial spasmsD.Muscle tremors
+During the post-op care of a 76 year old patient, the nurse monitors the patient’s intake and output carefully, knowing that the patient is at risk for fluid and electrolyte imbalances primarily because
+An older woman was admitted to the medical unit with dehydration. Clinical indications of this problem are (select all that apply)
+The nurse caring for a patient with hyponatremia includes
+The nurse should be alert for which manifestations in a patient receiving a loop diuretic? A.Restlessness and agitationB.Paresthesias and irritabilityC.Weak, irregular pulse and poor muscle toneD.Increased blood pressure and muscle spasms
+The typical fluid replacement for the patient with a fluid volume deficit is
+In a severely anemic patient, the nurse would expect to find
+The nurse caring for a patient who has been receiving IV diuretics suspects that the patient is experiencing a fluid volume deficit. Which assessment finding would the nurse note in a patient with this condition?
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