2.11.ID: 383719723A nurse is attending an inservice program on disaster preparedness. Which of the following events is described as an example of a natural disaster? A.Drought Correct B.Bus accident C.Terrorist attack
D.Toxic waste spill Rationale: A disaster is any human-made or natural event that results in destruction and devastation that cannot be alleviated without assistance (i.e., medical, local, or federal government assistance). A natural disaster usually cannot be prevented, whereas a human-made disaster can be prevented. A drought is the only natural disaster identified in the options. Bus accidents, terrorist attacks, and toxic waste spills are all human-made disasters.12.ID: 383719739An industrial nurse at a large factory provides information to the employees in the mailroom and shipping department about the signs of skin (cutaneous) anthrax. For which early sign of cutaneous anthrax does the nurse tell the employees to check their skin? E.An open ulcer F.An itchy bump Correct G.A weeping blister H.A black skin area of skin Rationale: Skin anthrax starts with an itchy bump (papule) that looks like a mosquito bite. It progresses to a small fluid-filled sac that becomes a painless ulcer with an area of dead black tissue in the middle. (Toxins from the anthrax spores destroy the surrounding tissue.)1.13.ID: 383718176
In which of the following situations would the nurse use this type of restraint (see figure)? Select all that apply.To prevent the client from turning from side to side F.To prevent the use of the hands while allowing free arm movement Correct
14.ID: 383718809A client with an infection is receiving antibiotics by way of intramuscular (IM) injection. The client is also receiving subcutaneous (SC) injections of heparin. Which precaution does the nurse
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