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Select the location where the other electrode of the AED should be placed....
A mother brings her 9 month old into the Emergency Room. She reports the baby will no longer crawl. What test does the nurse anticipate the doctor to order?...
Which of the following conditions need to be in airborn precautions?...
A client is diagnosed with influenza, which of the following does the nurse need to wear when entering the patients’ room?...
The nurse is educating a group of students on skin cancer prevention, which of the following statements by a student shows an understanding of learning?...
A nurse is speaking to a client about side effects of their medications. The nurse notices that the client is all of a sudden having right sided facial drooping and slurred speach. Which of the following should the nurse assess the client for?...
Which of the following sign and symptoms would indicate a client is having a systemic inflammatory response?...
A client is being discharged home after being evaluated for a fall, which of the following should the nurse include in the discharge instructions for the client?...
A 56-year-old patient is being seen at the primary care clinic for follow-up after having chest pain. He tells the nurse, I think I had a heart attack...
A patient who has suffered a myocardial infarction requires percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty. The nurse is preparing the patient for the...
A patient who has been injured in a construction accident is bleeding profusely from a femoral artery laceration. The nurse estimates that the patient has lost...
An 86-year-old patient has developed protein energy malnutrition as a result of poor eating habits and difficulties with chewing and swallowing. Which best...
Which of the following is an example of an actual nursing diagnosis?...
A patient is brought to the recovery room after hip surgery. The nurse performs an initial assessment of the patients hemodynamic status. Which of the...
A patient who has been diagnosed with hypovolemic shock due to cardiac tamponade is demonstrating pulsus paradoxus upon assessment. Which best describes this...
A nurse is checking the lab results on a patient who has just been admitted to the hospital. The patients RBC count is 2.9 as noted on the CBC. Which condition...
A patient who has been diagnosed with Lyme disease is being seen for care. The patient was diagnosed with the illness 5 months ago and has continued to suffer...
A nurse is caring for a patient who needs a blood drawn for laboratory work. The patients sodium levels are 142 mEq/L. Which nursing intervention is most...
Which best describes the difference between septic shock and multiple organ dysfunction syndrome (MODS)?...
A 31-year-old female patient presents for care with symptoms of toxic shock syndrome secondary to Staphylococcus aureus infection. The physician has ordered a...