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5.Mrs. James comes to her healthcare provider’s office because she is havabdominal pain. She has been seen for this problem before. What type assessment would the nurse do?A)initial assessmentB)focused assessmentC)emergency assessmentD)time-lapsed assessment6.
A nurse is assisting with lunch at a nursing home. Suddenly, one of the residents begins to choke and is unable to breathe. The nurse assessesresident’s ability to breathe and then begins CPR. Why did the nurse asrespiratory status?
7.A nurse performs an assessment of a patient in a long-term care facilityrecords baseline data. The nurse reassesses the patient a month later amakes revisions in the plan of care. What type of assessment is the secassessment?8.Which of the following statements best describes the relationship betwenursing diagnosis and medical diagnosis?9.Of the following information collected during a nursing assessment, whisubjective data?A)vomiting, pulse 96B)respirations 22, blood pressure 130/80C)nausea, abdominal painD)pale skin, thick toenails10.A nurse in the emergency department is completing an emergency assessment for a teenager just admitted from a car crash. Which of thfollowing is objective data?
11.Who or what is the primary source of information for a nursing history12.A nurse is collecting information from Mr. Koeppe, a patient with demeThe patient’s daughter, Sarah, accompanies the patient. Which of the following statements by the nurse would recognize the patient’s valueindividual?
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