Question 38 1 out of 1 points A 29 year old pregnant patient is extremely upset

Question 38 1 out of 1 points a 29 year old pregnant

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Question 381 out of 1 pointsA 29-year-old pregnant patient is extremely upset about having to take medication for a pre-existing medical condition. She is consumed with fear that her baby will be born with a physical deformity or a congenital
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anomaly but knows that she has to take the medication. She talks constantly about this and is unable to sleep most nights. Which of the following is the most appropriate nursing diagnosis for this patient is?ResponseFeedback:The nurse has assessed that the patient is anxious and fearful that her baby will suffer because of her drug therapy.The nurse should work with the mother to design a plan of care to help decrease the mother's anxiety. Even though the other nursing diagnoses are plausible, the most appropriate nursing diagnosis is anxiety related to perceived danger of drug therapy to fetus or infant.Question 391 out of 1 pointsA nurse is caring for a patient who is at 28 weeks' gestation and is receiving terbutaline (Brethine) to control preterm labor. Which of the following assessment parameters should the nurse prioritize?ResponseFeedback:When a patient is taking terbutaline, the nurse should closely monitor the maternal heart rate, the FHR, and the maternal blood pressure and fluid status. The fetal position may be determined to assess the chances of successful delivery and the need to induce labor, but is not related to taking terbutaline.Question 401 out of 1 pointsA nurse is working in a women's hospital where she is caring for a new mother who is experiencing postpartum urinary retention. Bethanechol (Urecholine) has been ordered. The nurse will observe for which of the following?ResponseFeedback:The nurse will monitor the patient's blood pressure for possible hypertension. Adverse effects of bethanechol are the same as with pilocarpine, which are hypertension, tachycardia, bronchiolar spasm, pulmonary edema, salivation, sweating, and nausea and vomiting. Bradycardia and decreased salivation are not identified adverse effects. If the drug is taken with a ganglionic blocking agent, a decrease in blood pressure could result.Sunday, August 6, 2017 11:17:20 PM EDT
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