Administer thionamides methimazole or propylthiouracil PTU to prevent further

Administer thionamides methimazole or

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■ Administer thionamides - methimazole or propylthiouracil (PTU) - to prevent further synthesis and release of thyroid hormones. ■ Administer propranolol to block sympathetic nervous system effects. ■ Administer glucocorticoids to treat shock. ■ Administer IV fluids to provide adequate hydration and prevent vascular collapse. Fluid volume deficit may occur because of increased fluid excretion by the kidneys or excessive diaphoresis. Monitor intake and output hourly to prevent fluid overload or inadequate replacement. ■ Administer sodium iodide as prescribed, 1 hr after administering PTU.
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Caution - If given before PTU, sodium iodide can exacerbate manifestations in susceptible clients. ■ Administer small doses of insulin as prescribed to control hyperglycemia, which can occur because of the hypermetabolic state. ■ Administer supplemental O2 to meet increased oxygen demands. Client Education ■ Provide the client and family support and information about the client's condition and all procedures. Advise the client to notify the provider of fever, increased restlessness, palpitations, and chest pain. CHAPTER 71 Musculoskeletal Trauma: Assessing for Compartment Syndrome (RN QSEN - Safety , Active Learning Template - System Disorder, RM AMS RN 10.0 Chp 71) CHAPTER 7 Parkinson¶s Disease: Teaching About Pathophysiology (Active Learning Template - System Disorder, RM AMS RN 10.0 Chp 7) · Parkinson’s Disease is a progressively debilitating disease that grossly affects motor function. Step 4: Do some additional practice activities Topic Activity Review Illustrated study guide for the NCLEX-RN© Exam . Review the following Chapters Chapter One- Testing strategies for the NCLEX-RN examination Chapter Thirteen- Endocrine: Care of adult, maternity, and pediatric clients Chapter Sixteen- Vascular: Care of adult clients, Physiology of the vascular system, Vessels Chapter Seventeen- Cardiac: Care of adult, maternity, and
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1.Identify three causes for hypokalemiavomiting 2.List three symptoms of hypokalemia
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