The unlicensed assistive personnel UAP notifies the primary nurse that the

The unlicensed assistive personnel uap notifies the

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11. The unlicensed assistive personnel (UAP) notifies the primary nurse that the client is complaining of being jittery and nervous and is diaphoretic. The client is diagnosed with diabetes mellitus. Which interventions should the primary nurse implement? Rank in order of performance. 4.Immediately go to the room and assess the client.1.Have the UAP check the client’s glucose level.2.Tell the UAP to get the client some orange juice.3.Check the client’s medication administration record.5.Assist the UAP in changing the client’s bed linens. Rationale: First priority of a nurse is to assess any situation. It appears that the client is experiencing hypoglycemia reaction and this client with diabetes should have their blood sugar levels checked. Meanwhile, the UAP is qualified to retrieve OJ to rapidly increase the clients
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blood sugar levels. The MAR should be checked for regular medications and orders followed by changing the linens for comfort.12. The client with Type 2 diabetes is prescribed exenatide (BYETTA), a subcutaneous antidiabetic medication. Which information should the nurse discuss with the client?13. Which statement by the client with Type 2 diabetes indicates the client understands the medication teaching concerning exenatide (BYETTA), a subcutaneous antidiabetic medication?14. The client with diabetes is prescribed Exubera, insulin human (rDNA origin) inhalation powder. Which statement indicates the client needs more medication teaching?
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