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Identify the need for and implement appropriate isolation techniques*Maintain standard/universal precautions*Use aseptic and sterile techniques*Use appropriate supplies to maintain asepsis (e.g., gloves, mask, sterile supplies)Use correct techniques to apply and remove gloves, mask, gown and protective eye wearUse correct hand hygiene techniquesPrevent environmental spread of infectious disease through correct use of equipmentProtect immunocompromised client from exposure to infectious diseases/organismsMonitor client care area for sources of infectionSet up a sterile fieldReinforce appropriate infection control procedures with client and staff membersSample ItemThe nurse is caring for a client who has pertussis. Which of the following infection control precautionsshould the nurse implement?a. Request the dietary department provide disposable utensils on the client’s meal tray.b. Wear a surgical mask when obtaining the client’s vital signs.(key)c. Remove fresh flowers from the client’s room.d. Place the client in a private room with monitored negative air pressure.
182017 NCLEX-PN®Detailed Test PlanItem Writer/Item Reviewer/Nurse Educator Version*Activity Statements used in the 2015 LPN/VN Practice AnalysisHealth Promotion and MaintenanceHealth Promotion and Maintenance – The LPN/VN provides nursing care for clients that incorporateknowledge of expected stages of growth and development, and prevention and/or early detectionof health problems.HEALTH PROMOTION AND MAINTENANCERelated Activity Statements from theReport of Findings from the 2015 LPN/VN PracticeAnalysis: Linking the NCLEX-PN®Examination to PracticeProvide care and resources for beginning of life and/or end of life issues and choicesAssist with fetal heart monitoring for the antepartum clientIdentify community resources for clientsAssist with monitoring a client in laborMonitor recovery of stable postpartum clientCompare client to developmental normsAssist client with expected life transition (e.g., attachment to newborn, parenting,retirement)Participate in health screening or health promotion programsProvide information for prevention of high risk behaviorsIdentify barriers to communicationIdentify barriers to learningCollect data for health history (e.g., client medical history, family medical history)Collect baseline physical data (e.g., skin integrity, or height and weight)Identify clients in need of immunizations (required and voluntary)Provide care that meets the needs of the newborn less than 1 month old through theinfant or toddler client through 2 yearsProvide care that meets the needs of the preschool, school age and adolescent clientages 3 through 17 yearsProvide care that meets the needs of the adult client ages 18 through 64 yearsProvide care that meets the needs of the adult client ages 65 through 85 years and overRelated content includes, but isnot limitedto:Aging ProcessIdentify client knowledge on aging process and assist in reinforcing teaching on expected changesrelated to aging

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