teaching 3. Apneic clients and those with poor ventilator effort need a BVM ventilation for support until Endotracheal tub is placed Triage clients in the order they should receive care. (Place in order of priority.) a. A 50-year-old with chest trauma and difficulty breathing b. A mother frantically looking for her 6-year-old son c. An 8-year-old with a broken leg in his father’s arms d. A 60-year-old with facial lacerations and confusion e. A pulseless male with a penetrating head wound a, d, b, c, e In what sequence would a client move through the process of admission to disposition in emergency care? (Place in order of priority.) a. Client is transported to the medical-surgical floor. b. Emergency department (ED) nurse gives a report on the client. c. Paramedics arrive and start IV access. d. Nurse and other health care provider(s) perform assessment. e. Emergency medical technicians (EMTs) provide oxygen and vital sign monitoring. f. Laboratory technician obtains blood specimens. ANS e, c, d, f, b, a Chapter 11 1. Snakebite client vitals are stable - Apply immobilization splint 2. Mild hypothermia – slurred speech, shivering , poor coordination, impaired cognitive abilities – use warm blankets dry clothing Moderate to severe- warmed IV fluids 3. The client has heat stroke and is at risk for developing seizures, so the nurse should be prepared to administer lorazepam (Ativan) and Normal saline 4. Rewarm frostbite with 104 degree water 5. Higher risk for frostbite or hypothermia - Man drank 6 martinis
- Older man smokes cigarettes - Anorexic lady - Diabetic woman
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