85. A sedated client is being transported to the radiology department on a stretcher. Which type of restraint should the nurse suggest applying to help ensure the client’s safety?
oBelt oWrist oElbow oMitten 86. A hospitalized client, experiencing confusion, is at risk of falling because she continually tries to climb out of bed. Which of these safety devices that the nurse might suggest is the least restrictive? 87. Which of the following points should the nurse include when documenting information about a client who is wearing wrist restraints? Select all that apply. 88. Which of the following actions are in keeping with the principles of standard precautions? Select all that apply. 89. A nurse is reading the history and physical examination findings of an older client who has just been admitted to the hospital. Which findings documented in the history indicate an increased risk for accidents? Select all that apply. oThe client’s range of motion is limited. oTransmission of hot impulses is delayed. oThe client’s peripheral vision is decreased. oThe client complaints of frequent nocturia. oHigh-frequency hearing tones are perceptible. oVoluntary and autonomic reflexes are slowed. 90. The nurse plans to wear this protective mask (see figure) when caring for clients with certain disorders. What are these disorders? Select all that apply. 91. Wrist restraints have been prescribed for a client who is constantly pulling at his gastrostomy tube. Which findings does the nurse, developing a care plan, recognize as unexpected outcomes related to the use of restraints? Select all that apply.
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