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A.Notify the healthcare provider.B.Help her breathe into a paper bag.C.Administer oxygen via nasal cannula.D.Tell the client to slow her breathing.Hyperventilation can precipitate respiratory alkalosis and cause light-headedness, dizziness,tingling of the fingers, and circumoral numbness. Breathing into a paper bag held tightly aroundthe mouth and nose (B) enables the client to rebreathe carbon dioxide, which reduces depletionof carbonic acid. and compensates for the respiratory alkalosis. (A) is unnecessary, and (C andD) are less effective than (B).Points Earned:1/1Correct Answer:BYour Response:B5.A client in early labor is having uterine contractions every 3 to 4 minutes, lasting an average of 55 to 60 seconds. An internal uterine pressure catheter (IUPC) isinserted. The intrauterine pressure is 65 to 70 mm Hg at the peak of a contraction and the resting tone is 6 to 10 mm Hg. Based on this information, whataction should the nurse implement?A.Notify the client's healthcare provider.B.Bring the delivery table to the room.C.Prepare to administer an oxytocic.D.Document the findings in the client record.This labor pattern indicates that the client is in the active phase of the first stage of labor and hasa normal labor pattern, so the findings should be documented in the client's medical record (D).There is no indication to notify the healthcare provider (A) or bring the delivery table into theroom (B) at this time. Oxytocin augmentation (C) is not needed for this labor pattern.Points Earned:1/1Correct Answer:DYour Response:D
6.A multiparous client has been in labor for 8 hours when her membranes rupture. What action should the nurse implement first?A.Prepare the client for imminent birth.B.Assess the fetal heart rate and pattern.C.Document the characteristics of the fluid.D.Notify the client's primary healthcare provider.The fetal heart rate and pattern should be assessed (B) to determine compromise of fetal well-being caused by compression or prolapse of the umbilical cord. The intensity and frequency ofthe uterine contractions often trigger spontaneous rupture of the membranes (SROM), whichdoes not indicate that birth is imminent (A). The healthcare provider should be notified of theclient and fetal well-being after evaluation of SROM. Although the characteristics of theamniotic fluid should be documented (C), assessment of fetal response to the SROM is thepriority.Points Earned:1/1Correct Answer:BYour Response:B7.During an assessment of a multiparous client who delivered an 8-lb 7-oz infant 4 hours ago, the nurse notes the client's perineal pad is completely saturatedwithin 15 minutes. What action should the nurse implement next?A.Perform fundal massage.B.Assess blood pressure.C.Notify the healthcare provider.

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