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slight enlargement of the cervical lymph nodes. Which question
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Diabetes Type I
Differentiation of Hypoglycemia end Hyperglycemia
Feature Hypoglycemia 3,99,9me
Skin Gaol. olemrny Hot. dry'
Dehydration Absent Present
Pereoiratlon Profuse" Absent
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Question 7 of 1513
A reliant with no known history of peripheral vascular disease comes to the emergency' department
complaining of sudden onset of lower leg pain. Inspection and palpation reveal absent pulses and a
mottled, cyanotic, cold. and cadaverous
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Common Ethical Principles and Their Rules
1. BenecenchDuty to do good and to protect the patient's welare. An example is carefully adhering to infection
control principles for all patients.
Aithcugh a client in labor is prepared and plans tn participate in the labor and birth process. she states that she is in
severe discomfort. The nurse administers the prescribed butdrphancl [stadeI]. Which phase of labor is the safest time for
the nurse t
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Delegation and Supervision
Principles and Guidelines of Delegating
I Delegate the right task to the right delegates. Be familiar with the experience of the delegatees. their scopes of
The nurse provides education related to manifestations of hyperglycemia to a client with type 1 diabetes. Which signs and
symptoms identied by the client indicate that the teaching was effective? Select all that apply.
n a new
3 C] Nervouenees
A nurse is teaching an adolescent with a sprained ankle how to use one crutch when walking. 1'Iul'hai ataiement imIIcaIee
ihai no furli'ler teaching Ia necessary?
1 (j. "I shmdn't nor: my crutch on eteira."
2 (j. Miler a monih I can stop using 1116: cnrtc
On admission. the laboratory results of a client with leukemia indicate elevated blood urea nitrogen [BUN] and uric acld levels. The
nurse determines that these laboratory results ma:r be related to:
1 Q Lymphadenupaw
2 C) Thrombooytopenia
m 3 C)- Hyperrn
The nurse is educating the client newly diagnosed with type 2 diabetes on oral antidiabetic medications. The nurse should
include what in the teaching plan? Select all that apply.
- The client should obtain a nger stick blood sugar before each meal
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A nurse plans an evening snsukof milk, crackers. and cheese for a client who is resenting Humulln N insulin. What is he
purpose of his snack?
1 Ff- Encouragement to stay on Ihs diet
2 CI Foodtuoountsractlatsinsulinacvity
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Sexually Transmitted and Other Infections
SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED INFECTIONS AND DRUG THERAPIES FOR WOMEN*
Azithromycin, 1 g orally once
Body Mechanics and Patient Mobility CHAPTER 15
perform range-of-motion (ROM) (any body action involving the muscles and joints in natural directional
movements) exercises. Passive ROM exercise is performed by caregivers and active ROM by patients. You
UNIT 3 Perioperative Nursing
Anderson LA, Gross JB: Aromatherapy with peppermint, isopropyl alcohol, or
placebo is equally effective in relieving postoperative nausea, J PeriAnesthesia
Concept Map: Shock
of heart to
Severe antigenantibody reaction
CHAPTER 22 Assisting With Exercise and Activity 393
PROMOTING SAFETY AND COMFORT
When delegated ROM exercises, you need this information from the nurse and the care plan:
BOX 19-3 SODIUM-RESTRICTED DIET
Choose low- or reduced-sodium or no-salt-added
versions of foods and condiments, when available.
Choose fresh, frozen, or canned low-sodium or
Cook without salt, and avoi
Loss, Grief, Dying, and Death CHAPTER 10
Theories of Grief and Mourning
KBLER-ROSSS STAGES OF DYING
A behavior-oriented theory that includes five stages:
Denial: Individual acts as though nothing has happened and may refuse to believe or und
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TABLE 25-6 L ARYNGECTOMY S URGERY
PART 4 Clinical Nutrition
lessen the increased risk for CVD. An emphasis is placed
on polyunsaturated fats (e.g., fish oil) and the avoidance
of trans fats.
Guidelines for macronutrient, micronutrient, and
alcohol intake are based on the recommendatio
? CLINICAL REASONING
Making Decisions Regarding Pain Management
Andrea, a primigravid woman at 28 weeks of gestation, discusses her fear of the pain she will experience during labor at
a routine prenatal visit where you are participat
CHAPTER 21 Intravenous Moderate Sedation: Rationale
Signs and Symptoms
Sensation of cold
Gain in weight
Edema of face
Pallor of ski
CHAPTER 17 Fluid, Electrolyte, and Acid-Base Imbalances
Calcium is measured in milligrams per deciliter (mg/dL)
and milliequivalents per liter (mEq/L). As usually reported,
serum calcium levels reflect the total calcium level (all three
forms), although i
Mastery of content in this chapter will enable the nurse to:
Discuss indications for oxygen therapy.
Discuss methods for administering oxygen therapy.
Demonstrate applying a nasal cannula and an oxygen mask.