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2. How are you going to prepare for this patient?
3. M.M. arrives by wheelchair. As she transfers to the bed, what observations will you make? Why?
4. Given the previous information, you can anticipate orders for M.M. Carefully review each order to determine whether it is appropriate or inappropriate as written. If the order is appropriate, mark it as A; if the order is inappropriate, mark it as I and change the order to
make it appropriate. State your rationales. Provide any other orders that might be appropriate for M.M. A 1. Routine VS A 2. Serum magnesium (Mg) STAT I 3. Up ad lib (UP IN CHAIR AND AMBULATE WITH ASSISTANCE) I 4. 10 g sodium (Na), low-fat diet (LOW SODIUM DIET) A 5 . Change IV to a saline lock A. 6. Cardiac enzymes on admission and q8h×24hr, then daily every morning A. 7. CBC, BMP, and fasting lipid profile in morning I 8. Schedule for abdominal CT scan for am (NOT NEEDED AT THIS TIME) I 9. Heparin 10,000 units subcutaneous q8h (DOSE SHOULD BE 5000 UNITS A. 10. Docusate sodium (Colace) 100mg/day PO I 11. Ampicillin 250mg IV piggyback q6h (ABX NOT NEEDED AT THIS TIME) I 12. Furosemide (Lasix) 200mg IV push STAT (TOO HIGH OF A DOSE 20 MG) I 13. Nitroglycerin (NTG) 0.4mg 1 SL q4h prn for chest pain (EVERY 5 MINS 3 DOSES) A 14. Schedule echocardiogram 5. Which interventions are appropriate for administering subcutaneous heparin? Select all that apply. A, D, E

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