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EWHVWEDQNV±FRPThe Marketplace to Buy and Sell your StudyMaterialEWHVWEDQNV±FRPThe Marketplace to Buy and Sell yourStudy Material2Neutrophils 65%3White blood cells (WBC) 18,000/mm34Erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR) 15 mm/hrANS: 3An elevated WBC count is indicative of an acute infection. The normal WBC count is 5000 to10,000/mm3. The normal neutrophil count is 55%-70%. The client is within normal limits at65%. The normal iron level is 60-90 g/100 mL. The client is within normal limits at 80 g/100mL. The normal erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR) is up to 15 mm/hr for men and up to 20mm/hr for women. The client is within normal limits at 15 mm/hr.DIF: A REF: 651 OBJ: ComprehensionTOP: Nursing Process: AssessmentMSC: NCLEX test plan designation: Safety and Infection Control13. Which of the following is an example of a nursing intervention that is implemented to reducea reservoir of infection for a client?1Covering the mouth and nose when sneezing2Wearing disposable gloves3Isolating clients articles4Changing soiled dressingsANS: 4To control or eliminate reservoir sites for infection, the nurse eliminates or controls sources ofbody fluids, drainage, or solutions that might harbor microorganisms. The nurse also carefullydiscards articles that become contaminated with infectious material such as in changing soileddressings. Covering the mouth and nose when sneezing is an intervention to control a portal ofexit. Wearing disposable gloves helps protect the susceptible host. Isolating clients articles is anintervention to control transmission.DIF: A REF: 643 OBJ: ComprehensionTOP: Nursing Process: ImplementationMSC: NCLEX test plan designation: Safety and Infection Control14. In preventing and controlling the transmission of infections, the single most importanttechnique is:1Hand hygiene2The use of disposable glovesEWHVWEDQNV±FRPBtestbanks.com
EWHVWEDQNV±FRPThe Marketplace to Buy and Sell your StudyMaterialEWHVWEDQNV±FRPThe Marketplace to Buy and Sell yourStudy Material3The use of isolation precautions4Sterilization of equipmentANS: 1The most important and most basic technique in preventing and controlling transmission ofinfections is hand hygiene. Use of disposable gloves may help reduce the transmission ofinfections, but is not the single most important technique to prevent and control the transmissionof infections. The use of isolation precautions is not the single most important technique toprevent and control the transmission of infections. Sterilization of equipment is not the singlemost important technique to prevent and control the transmission of infections.DIF: A REF: 655 OBJ: ComprehensionTOP: Nursing Process: PlanningMSC: NCLEX test plan designation: Safety and Infection Control15. A client with active tuberculosis is admitted to the medical center. The nurse recognizes thatadmission of this client to the unit will require the implementation by the staff of:1Airborne precautions2Droplet precautions3Contact precautions4Reverse isolationANS: 1A client with active tuberculosis requires airborne precautions. A client with active tuberculosisdoes not require droplet precautions, as the droplet nuclei of tuberculosis are smaller than 5micrometers. Contact precautions are not necessary for the client with active tuberculosis.

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