A patient has just returned from theatre following surgery on their left arm

A patient has just returned from theatre following

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61.A patient has just returned from theatre following surgery on their left arm. They have a PCA infusion connected and from the admission, you remember that they have poor dexterity with their right hand. They are currently pain free. What actions would you take? a.Educate the patient's family to push the button when the patient asks for it. Encourage them to tell the nursing staff when they leave the ward so that staff can take over. b.Routinely offer the patient a bolus and document this clearly. c.The patient has paracetamol q.d.s. written up, so this should be adequate pain relief d.Contact the pain team/anaesthetist to discuss the situation and suggest that the means of delivery are changed. 62.In which of the following situations might nitrous oxide (Entonox) be considered? 63.What is the full form of NMC?
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17 | P a g e 64.Which sign or symptom is a key indication of progressive arterial insufficiency? 65.External factors which increase the risk of pressure damage are: a.Equipments, age, pressure b.Moisture, pressure, diabetes c.Pressure, shear, friction d.Pressure, moisture, age 66.Sharp debridement may cause trauma to underlying structures, the procedure should only be carried out by: 67.What does CBT stand for in NMC? 68.What is the role of the NMC ?
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