Vesicular breath sounds What sound would be expected when percussing the chest

Vesicular breath sounds what sound would be expected

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Vesicular breath sounds What sound would be expected when percussing the chest of a client with emphysema? Hyperresona nce The nurse is assessing the various lobes of the client's lungs. To gather accurate data, the nurse must assess which lobe anteriorly, since this lobe does not extend to the posterior chest? Right middle lobe When auscultating the left carotid artery, the nurse notes a swishing sound. What would this suggest? A narrowed vessel What would the nurse suspect when a cardiac client complains of not sleeping well and having to get up frequently at night to urinate? Increased urination at rest may indicate heart failure. A client is noted to be leaning forward with arms supporting body weight as the nurse enters the exam room. For what disease process should the nurse assess fully? Chronic obstructive pulmonarydisease Kyphosis is common in older adult resulting from loss of lung resiliency and loss of skeletal muscle The nurse is analyzing the data from the assessment of a client's heart and neck vessels. The client's second heart sound (S2) corresponds with what event in the cardiac cycle? Closure of the semilunar valves When the nurse palpates the abdomen of a preschool boy, he begins to giggle and draw his legs up onto his abdomen, and says you’re tickling him. Which of the following would be most appropriate for the nurse to do?
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During a well-child visit, a parent asks the nurse how many hours a 4- year-old preschooler should sleep? Which answer by the nurse is correct? "Preschoolers typically sleep .... " After inspecting an adolescent male's genitalia, the nurse documents the findings as Tanner stage 1. Which of the following findings would be most likely? While auscultating a client's lungs, the nurse notes the presence of adventitious sounds. Which of the following actions should the nurse do first? Have the client cough, then listen again
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