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____ 25. A patient returns to the medical unit after a pulmonary angiogram. Which instructions by the nurse would help prevent complications from the test?a. Lie flat for 8 hours so the injection site does not bleed.b. Stay in Fowlers position to help excrete the radioactive gas.c. Try not to cough for 6 hours because this could cause irritation and bleeding.d. Dont eat or drink anything for 6 hours after the test, because your gag reflex may not be intact.____ 26. After a bronchoscopic examination, the patient must remain NPO (nothing by mouth) until the return of the gag reflex. How can the nurse determine when the gag reflex has returned?____ 27. The nurse is caring for a patient experiencing dyspnea. What should thenurse instruction the patient to breathe more effectively?____ 28. The nurse places a patient who is experiencing dyspnea in the Fowlers position. What is the rationale for the nurse to use this position?____ 29. A patient with cancer in the left lung is acutely short of breath. Which position should the nurse suggest the patient assume?a. Proneb. Supinec. Left side-lyingd. Right side-lying
____ 30. The LPN is assigned to monitor a patient with chronic lung disease who is receiving oxygen via a non-rebreathing mask. Which observation indicates to the nurse that the system is functioning as expected?____ 31. A patient is being taught to administer nebulized mist treatments (NMTs) at home. Which outcome indicates that the patient is able to administer the treatments?