A Avoid the application of skin emollients WWWW Apply antibotic ointment as

A avoid the application of skin emollients wwww apply

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A . Avoid the application of skin emollients WWWW . Apply antibotic ointment as ordered following baths XXXX . Avoid using hot water during the patient’s baths
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YYYY . Administer acetaminophen 4 times daily as ordered 36 (. A patient has a diagnosis of seborrhea and has been referred to the dermatology clinic, where the nurse contributes to care. When planning this patient s care, the nurse should include which of the following nursing diagnoses ? A . Risk for deficient fluid volume related to excess sebum synthesis ZZZZ . Ineffective thermoregulation related to occulsion of sebaceous glands AAAAA . Disturbed body image related to excess sebum production BBBBB . Ineffective tissue perfusion related to occulsion of sebaceous glands 37 (. A nurse is working with a family whose 5 year old daughter has been diagnosed with impetigo. What educational intervention should the nurse include in this family’s care ? A . Ensuring that the family knows that impetigo is not contagious CCCCC . Teaching about the sage and effective use of topical corticosteroids DDDDD . Teaching about the importance of maintaining high standards of hygiene EEEEE . Ensuring that the family knows how to safely burst the child’s vesicles 38 (. A nurse is working with a client suffering from chronic pruritus. The client is angry and frustrated. The nurse should incorporate actions into the care plan that acknowledge : A . Mutiple treatments may be tried before finding one that works FFFFF . The lack of any effective treatments for pruritus GGGGG . The major impact pruritus has on quality of life HHHHH . That pruritus is very expensive to treat 39 (. Oral antiviral therapy is prescribed for a client with herpes zoster. The nurse would explain to the client that the medication is used to decrease (Select all that apply ( A . Itching IIIII . Pain JJJJJ . Postherpetic neuralgia KKKKK . Recurrence LLLLL . Spreading
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40 (. The nurse would record the presence of a lichenification as a : A . Complicated lesion MMMMM . Primary lesion NNNNN . Secondary lesion OOOOO . Simple lesion Answer key 1 . B 2 . A 3 . A 4 . D 5 . B 6 . B 7 . B 8 . C 9 . B 10 . A 11 . C 12 . D 13 . D 14 . C 15 . D
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16 . D 17 . A 18 . C 19 . A 20 . A 21 . B 22 . C 23 . D 24 . C 25 . C 26 . A 27 . D 28 . C 29 . A 30 . C 31 . C 32 . B 33 . B 34 . A 35 . C 36 . C 37 . C 38 . C 39 . B, C 40 . C
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  • Fall '19
  • Nursing, school nurse, Lichenification, pruritus, older adult patient

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