A patient with a spinal cord injury is seeking to enhance his urinary

A patient with a spinal cord injury is seeking to

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8.A patient with a spinal cord injury is seeking to enhance his urinary elimination abilities by learning self-catheterization versus assisted catheterization by home health nurses and family members. The nursing diagnosis Readiness for enhanced urinary eliminationis which type of diagnosis?a.Actualb.Riskc.Health promotiond.WellnessANS: D9.A nurse administers an antihypertensive medication to a patient at the scheduled time of 0900. The nursing assistant then reports to the nurse that the patient’s blood pressure was low when it was taken at 0830. The nursing assistant states she was busy and had not had a chance to tell the nurse yet. The patient begins to complain of feeling dizzy and light-headed. The blood pressure is re-checked and it has dropped even lower. The nurse first made an error in what phase of the nursing process?10.Identify the defining characteristics in the nursing diagnosis statement: Constipation related to decreased gastrointestinal motility secondary to pain medication administration as evidenced by the patient reporting no bowel movement in seven days, abdominal distention, and complaints of abdominal pain.11.The patient database reveals that a patient has decreased oral intake, decreased oxygen saturation when ambulating, complaints of shortness of breath when getting out of bed, and a productive cough. What are the defining characteristics for the diagnostic label of Activity intolerance?
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12.Which of these selections is an etiology for Acute painversus a defining characteristic?a.Complaint of pain as a 7 on a 0 to 10 scaleb.Disruption of tissue integrityc.Dull headached.Discomfort while changing positionANS: B13.A patient of Middle Eastern descent has lost 5 lbs during hospitalization and statesthat the food offered is not allowed in his diet owing to religious preferences. Based on this information, an appropriate nursing diagnostic statement is Imbalanced nutrition: less than body requirements related to
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