A client is receiving plasmapheresis as treatment for Goodpastures syndrome

A client is receiving plasmapheresis as treatment for

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60. A client is receiving plasmapheresis as treatment for Goodpasture’s syndrome. When planning care, the nurse places highest priority on interventions for which client problem?
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61. After teaching a client who is being treated for dehydration nurse assess the client’s understanding. Which statement indicated the client correctly understood the teaching? 62. A nurse is evaluating a client who is being treated for dehydration. When assessment result should the nurse correlate with a therapeutic response to the treatment plan? 63. A client is admitted with hyponatremia. Hour hours after the initial assessment the nurse notice the client has new symptoms. What symptoms would indicate worsening of the patient’s hyponatremia? Select all that apply. 64. The nurse is assessing a patient and notes bounding pulse quality presence ofcrackles in the lungs, and neck vein distention What can the nurse determine is the cause of the patient symptoms? 65. A nurse is taking with a client about a negative enzyme linked innunosorbent assay (ELISA) test for Human immune deficiency virus (HIV) antibodies. The test is negative and the client states “Whew! I was really worried about that result.” What action by the nurse is most important? 66. The nurse is providing discharge teaching for a client who is at risj for mind hypernatremia. What action is the most important for the nurse to teach the client? 67. The nurse is caring for an older post operative client. Which assessment findings cause the nurse to assess further for a wound infection? Select all that apply. 68. The nurse receives a report that a client’s lab results show an increase inc circulating band neutrophils. What is the nurse’ best action? 69. After providing discharge teaching a nurse assess the cleint’s understanding regarding infection risk for metabolic alkalosis. Which statement indicates the client need for additional teaching? 70. What serum lab value would the nurse expect to see in a patient with hyperkalemia? 71. A patient was presents with complaints of angioedema. The provider orderedmethylprednisone 100mg IV push. The available solution is 125mg/2mL. How many mL will be administered to the patient? Round to the nearest
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a. 72. A client is to reveive 800mL of DW over 4hrs. The drop factor on the infusion set is 10gtts/mL. How many gtts/min will the fluids infuse at? Round to the nearest whole number 73. A patient has an order for 20mEq of potassium chloride to be administered over 2hrs. The available vial of potassium chloride contains 15mEq per 100mL. How many mL will need to be given of the potassium chloride? 74. A client is to receive 2000mL of LR over a period of 24hrs. What is the hourly infusion rat e of the fluids? Wound to the nearest whole number 75. The provider orders ceftriaxone 200mg QID for a patient in sepsis. The available drug concentration is 1g per 2.5mL. How many mL will the patient receive per dose? Round to the nearest tenth.
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