133- Cyclobenzaprine (Flexeril) is prescribed to a client with multiple sclerosis for the treatment of
muscle spasms. For which common side effect of this medication does the nurse monitor the client?
Vitamins are necessary to maintain a good healthy metabolism and to stimulate growth.
They help in formatting blood cells and hormones. There are eight types of B vitamins and they
all work with each other to con
In order to best address workplace satisfaction among its nursing staff, a hospitals
A. tuition reimbursement. Correct
B. additional vacation time.
C. a yearly salary raise.
D. an extra 15-minute break
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he delivery of health care in general and the practice of nursing
have become very complex. Larger numbers of patients with
complicated medical conditions. and health care nancing and
A nurse is teaching staff members about the legal terminology used in child abuse.
What definition of battery should the nurse include in the teaching?
Maligning a person's character while threatening to do bodily harm.
A legal wrong committed by on
A client is receiving furosemide (Lasix) to relieve edema. The nurse should monitor
the client for which response to the medication?
Retention of sodium ions
Negative nitrogen balance
Excessive loss of potassium ions
Increase in the urine
A home care nurse is instructing a client with hyperemesis gravidarum about measures to
ease the nausea and vomiting. The nurse tells the client to:
Eat foods high in calories and fat
Lie down for at least 20 minutes after meals
A nurse on the psychiatric unit of the hospital has been assigned four
clients for the shift. The assignment includes an 84-year-old client who
is severely depressed, a 73-year-old client who is being discharged, a
53-year-old client who was admitted for
A client is discharged with a prescription for sustained-release nitroglycerin. What
should the nurse teach the client about sustained-release nitroglycerin?
Swallow the capsule whole
Take milk with the medication
Hold the tablet und
A client has a paracentesis, and the health care provider removes 1500 mL of fluid.
To monitor for a serious postprocedure complication, the nurse should assess for:
Increased abdominal distention
A pressure ulcer is localized injury to the skin and/or underlying tissue, usually over a bony prominence, as a result of
pressure, or pressure in combination with shear. A number of contributing or confounding factors are also associated
A nurse who is caring for a postpartum client is concerned because the woman is at
risk for hemorrhage. Which factor in the client's history alerted the nurse to this
Short duration of labor
Previous cesarean b
The nurse is providing post-procedure care for a client that had a liver biopsy. To
prevent hemorrhage, it is the nurse's highest priority to place the client in what
On the right side
Rationale: The normal respiratory rate for a newborn infant is 30 to 60 breaths/min. All of the other
options are outside the normal range.
A licensed practical nurse is monitoring a newborn who has been admitted to the nursery. The LPN
notes that the ant
Concorde Career College
HESI Assessment/Examination Scoring Guidelines
All Concorde Career Colleges are to refer to the NCLEX Assessment Sequencing Plan for the placement of
these assessments within the program curriculum.
Student: Abraham Meressa
Styles of Leadership
Sometimes the styles of the leader/s of an organization may become the only factor that
determine the success or failure of a project or the entire function of the organization.
This is because it affects the
TABLE 29-2TYPES OF DEHYDRATION
Occurs when water loss is greater than sodium
loss, which results in a concentration of solutes
outside the cells and causes the fluid inside
the cells to mov
TABLE 29-3 Transfusion Reactions
Signs and Symptoms
Accompanies less than
1% of transfusions;
possible sensitivity of
platelets in dono
NUT-122 Test #3 (Study Guide)
1. The main government agency responsible for food safety is?
a. US Food & Drug Administration (FDA)
2. The temperature in a refrigerator should be
a. At or below 40 degrees Fahrenheit
3. Hazard Analysis and critical Control
Neuro finals pointers
1. Review key term on Sensory and Perception
2. Parts of the brain
Contains a right and left hemisphere
4 lobes frontal, parietal, occipital, temporal
Contains thalamus and hypothalamus
The nurse is planning to institute seizure precautions for a client
who is being admitted from the emergency department. Which
measure should the nurse avoid in planning for the client's
Putting a padded tongue blade at the head of the bed
Which individual is least at risk for the development of Kaposi's
An individual working in an environment where exposure to
The nurse prepares to give a bath and change the bed linens on a
client with cutaneous Kaposi's sarcoma l
The nurse is caring for a client after a thyroidectomy and notes
that calcium gluconate is prescribed for the client. The nurse
determines that this medication has been prescribed for which
Treat hypocalcemic tetany.
The nurse is reinforcing teac
1) The nurse is assisting with caring for a client after a
craniotomy. Which is the best position for the client to be
2) The nurse is caring for a client following a supratentorial
craniotomy, in which a large tumor was rem
The nurse is collecting data regarding a client after a
thyroidectomy and notes that the client has developed
hoarseness and a weak voice. Which nursing action is
Reassure the client that this is usually a temporary
The nurse is a
A client with human immunodeficiency virus is taking nevirapine
(Viramune). The nurse should monitor for which side/adverse
effects of the medication? Select all that apply.
The client with acquired immunodeficiency syndrome has begu