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49.After change-of-shift report, which patient should the nurse assess first?a.A 72-yr-old with cor pulmonale who has 4+ bilateral edema in his legs and feetb.A 28-yr-old with a history of a lung transplant and a temperature of 101° F (38.3° C)c.A 40-yr-old with a pleural effusion who is complaining of severe stabbing chest paind.A 64-yr-old with lung cancer and tracheal deviation after subclavian catheter insertion1.Which factors will the nurse consider when calculating the CURB-65 score for a patient with pneumonia (select all that apply)?Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (28)1.The nurse teaches a patient with chronic bronchitis about a new prescription for Advair Diskus (combined fluticasone and salmeterol). Which action by the patient would indicate to the nurse that teaching about medication administration has been successful?2.The nurse teaches a patient how to administer formoterol (Perforomist) through a nebulizer. Which action by the patient indicates good understanding of the teaching?3.A patient is scheduled for spirometry. Which action should the nurse take to prepare the patient for this procedure?a.Give the rescue medication immediately before testing.b.Administer oral corticosteroids 2 hours before the procedure.c.Withhold bronchodilators for 6 to 12 hours before the examination.d.Ensure that the patient has been NPO for several hours before the test.4.Which information will the nurse include in the asthma teaching plan for a patient being discharged?5.The emergency department nurse is evaluating the effectiveness of therapy for a patient who has received treatment during an asthma attack. Which assessment finding is the best indicator that the therapy has been effective?
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