therapy used for treatment of coronary disease. Baby oil can make the skin smooth but does not make the skin of a surgical incision smooth. Antiperspirants decrease the secretion of moisture and not vasoconstriction. Question 19 A birthing couple informs the nurse that they would like to have the placenta after the baby is born. What is the nurse’s best response? You Selected: “Let me check about how to go about doing this.”
Correct response: “Let me check about how to go about doing this.” Rationale: The nurse’s best response is be sensitive to the client’s desires and to check with the institutional policy. This is not a violation of the CDC. Asking the couple why they would want to do this disrespects their cultural influence. The couple does not need to decide with the physician their cultural background. Question 20 A Japanese couple are experiencing labor. During the admission process, the husband tells the nurse that the wife will not receive any pain medication during the process. The husband then waits in the waiting room. As the birthing process continues, the nurse asks the wife if she needs pain medication. She declines the offer and reminds the nurse by saying, “My husband told you I cannot have any pain medicine.” What is the nurse’s best response to the client? You Selected: “I want to advocate for you and assist with the pain during this process.” Correct response: “I want to advocate for you and assist with the pain during this process.” Rationale: Being a patient advocate is important during the birthing process. Respecting the client's decisions is important, but decisions can be changed during this painful process. A nurse should advocated for the client and the client's needs. Question 21 A Muslim client returns from an early morning procedure and asks for a food tray. The client is cleared to eat a regular diet. The nurse orders a food tray. Which items should be included in the breakfast tray for a Muslim client? Select all that apply. You Selected: fruit cereal eggs milk Correct response: eggs milk fruit coffee cereal Rationale: A Muslim client avoids any pork as it is written in the Quran. Bacon and sausage are made from pork. Question 22 A client is resting in bed. The nurse visits the client to reassess the client's pain. The nurse notices that a visitor is in the room and is touching the client in various places on the client's body. The nurse understands that this type of practice is called: You Selected: therapeutic touch. Correct response: therapeutic touch.
Rationale: Therapeutic touch uses energy fields that surround and penetrate the human body with the conscious intent to help or heal. Herbal medicine includes oral or topical supplements. Traditional Chinese medicine uses the balance of yin and yang.
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