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____ 136.Which finding in a patient hospitalized with bronchiectasis is mostimportant to report to the health care provider?a.Cough productive of bloody, purulent mucusb.Scattered crackles and wheezes heard bilaterallyc.Complaint of sharp chest pain with deep breathingd.Respiratory rate 28 breaths/minute while ambulatingMultiple ResponseIdentify one or more choices that best complete the statement or answer the question.____1.A patient is scheduled for a computed tomography (CT) scan of the chest with contrast media. Which assessment findings should the nurse report to the health care provider before the patient goes for the CT (select all that apply)?
____2.The clinic nurse is teaching a patient with acute sinusitis. Which interventions should the nurse plan to include in the teaching session (select all that apply)?
____3.The nurse is reviewing the medical records for five patients who are scheduled for their yearly physical examinations in September. Which patients should receive the inactivated influenza vaccination (select all that apply)?
____4.Which factors will the nurse consider when calculating the CURB-65 score for a patient with pneumonia (select all that apply)?a.Aged.O2saturationb.Blood pressuree.Presence of confusionc.
Blood urea nitrogen (BUN) level
CompletionComplete each statement.1.A patient with asthma has a personal best peak expiratory flow rate (PEFR) of 400 L/min. When explaining the asthma action plan, the nurse will teach the patient that a change in therapy is needed when the PEFR is less than ___ L/minuteOther1.While listening to the posterior chest of a patient who is experiencing acute shortness of breath, the nurse hears these sounds. How should the nurse document the lung sounds?Click here to listen to the audio clip