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Chapter 17 / Exercise 7
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PTS:1DIF:ApplyREF:Food Allergy13.The nurse begins to experience red, itchy hands after using gloves for client care. Which of the following should the nurse consider as causing these symptoms?
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Chapter 17 / Exercise 7
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MULTIPLE RESPONSE1.A client is being instructed to avoid airborne allergens. Which of the following allergens would be considered airborne? (Select all that apply.)
PTS:1DIF:ApplyREF: Table 43-3 Categories of Sensitizing Agents (Allergens)2.The nurse suspects a client is experiencing atopic asthma when which of the following are assessed? (Select all that apply.)
PTS:1DIF:AnalyzeREF:Atopic Asthma: Assessment with Clinical Manifestations3.Which of the following should the nurse instruct a client diagnosed with asthma on ways to reduce asthma triggers? (Select all that apply.)
PTS: 1 DIF: Apply REF: Patient Playbook: Triggers for Asthma4.A client is scheduled for a skin-prick test to diagnose the cause for his allergic reactions. Prior to this test, which of the following medications should the client be instructed to avoid? (Select all that apply.)2.Antihistamines3.Benzodiazepines4.Theophylline5.AntidepressantsANS: 2, 3, 4, 5Use of certain medications can interfere with the validity of a skin-prick response. These medications include antihistamines, benzodiazepines, theophylline, and antidepressants. Corticosteroids and aspirin have no effect on the skin-prick test.

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