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2. Ask client about use of any assistive devices and document the client's response.3. Look through client's belongings to determine if there is a pair of glasses and a hearing aid.4. Notify the primary healthcare provider of client's difficulty hearing and the empty eyeglass case.:1. Correct:Determine out of which ear the client hears best or if there is a hearing deficit is bilateral. Ask if the client uses glassesand how often the glasses are used at home. Assessment is a first action many times.2. Incorrect: This answer is very similar to option 1. Documenting the client's response is not going to intervene.3. Incorrect: Inappropriate to look through client's belonging without asking. This is an invasion of privacy unless the clientgives permission to do so. This should not be the first action either. Assessment should be first.4. Incorrect: This is not first action to be taken by the nurse. Notifying the physician should not be the first action. Thenurse should take steps to help the client directly.778.A nurse plans to educate a group of new parents about how to prevent burn injuries in children. What should thenurse include?1. Eliminate use of placemats.2. Establish "no" zones for space heaters.3. Cover unused electrical outlets.4. Warm baby bottle in microwave for 30 seconds.5. Set the hot water heater thermostat to 140°F (60°C).:1., 2., & 3. Correct: Placemats and tablecloths can be pulleddown by children. If something hot is sitting on it, the child can be scalded. The parents should be taught to block accessto stove, fireplace, space heaters, and water heaters. They need to be inaccessible to small children. Covering unusedelectrical outlets will prevent a child from sticking things, such as a fork, in it which could result in an electrical burn.4. Incorrect: The parents should not use microwave at all for warming the bottle. Food and liquids can heat unevenly andburn the child.5. Incorrect: Hot water heater thermostats should be set to below 120°F (48.9°C). Bath water should be around 100°F(38°C) to prevent burn injuries with children. The water should be tested before allowing the child to step into the bathalso.779.The nurse plans to teach a client how to manage the use of a behind the ear hearing aid. What teaching strategiesshould the nurse include?
1. Hairspray should not be used while wearing the hearing aid.2. A whistling sound when the hearing aid is inserted indicates proper placement.3. Submerse hearing aid in cool water daily to clean.4. Illustrate where damage commonly occurs on a hearing aid.5. Batteries last 6 months with daily wearing of 10-12 hours.:1. & 4. Correct: The residual from the hair spray causesthe hearing aid to become oily and greasy. The client should routinely inspect the hearing aid for damage, especiallywhere damage is more likely: ear mold, earphone, dials, cord, and connection plugs.

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