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urine specific gravity elevated, present ketones; elevated serum urea level
What would be a priority nursing diagnosis for this client? List one short-term goal. List threeinterventions for your priority nursing diagnosis.
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RN Fundamentals 2019 A1673082635A5767R67(DONE w/ focus review)If available, create custom exam and complete 50 Board Vitals questions using the following contentareas.Once you finish your custom BoardVitals Exam, send me a summary of five nursing concepts youreviewed from your Board Vitals quiz to indicate completion. Access the BoardVitals quiz bank onunder MY ATI under the NCLEX Prep tab.Concepts:Bladder training: behavioral technique used to improve client bladder control in urge incontinence byinitially encouraging urination at intervals of 30 minutes.Pain: A client's self-report of pain is the most reliable indicator of the severity of pain.Rheumatoid arthritis is a chronic, progressive, systemic inflammatory autoimmune disease processthat affects synovial jointsComplementary and alternative therapies: refer to various health care approaches with a history ofuse or origins outside of mainstream medicineAging: There are many anatomical and physiological changes experienced in the course of aging.RN GraduatesPhysiological Integrity – Basic Care & Comfort and SafetyGerontologyAlternative Format: Physiological Integrity- Basic Care and Comfort
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