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The nurse is caring for a patient on contact precautions. What additional PPE should the nurse wear?...
The nurse is teaching a client how to administer eye drops. During demonstration this is how the client administers the medication. What should the nurse teach the client?...
A client has just arrived to the Emergency Department and has sustained burns on the front and back of the right arm and leg....
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 takes a clients temperature orally and knows that which of the following temperature is within normal limits?...
A client has been diagnosed with Urinary tract infection, what precautions should be implemented?...
A client has been diagnosed with scabies, what precautions should be implemented?...
A client has been diagnosed with shingles, what precautions should be implemented?...
A client has been diagnosed with Scarlet fever, what precautions should be implemented?...
A manager is called to the scene of two employees who are yelling at each other, the manager tells the nurses to step away and cool off then try to not interact for the rest of the shift. Which technique is this manager using to deal with the nurses?...
The nurse is participating a quality improvement process on their floor for straight catheterization. Which of the following would be helpful for the nurse to do?...
Informed consent is being signed by the client. The nurse knows that the client signing this document needs to understand which of the following things?...
The client is acting out and screaming “I’m going to choke all of you!” The nurse calls security to help control the situation. The doctor tells the nurse to put the client in restraints. What does the nurse need to do before placing the restraints on the patient?...
The new nurse is learning how to effectively manage their time. Which of the following is a way for the nurse to be efficient with their time?...
A client is wanting to go home and not get their IV antibiotics. The nurse explains the risk of leaving and why it is important to stay. The client still wants to leave. The nurse informs the physician and the client signs paperwork. What is it called when a client leaves in this way?...
A nurse is reading over the orders for a client and notices that a medication has been ordered that the client is allergic to. The nurse is practicing which of the following parts of nursing?...
A client is an alcoholic who has a history of seizures while going through withdrawals. The nurse is setting the room up for safety and is implenting seizure precautions. Which of the following does the nurse make sure is set up in the room?...
The client is being discharged home with oxygen for the first time. The nurse is reviewing discharge instructions with the client. Which statement by the client shows understanding of the instructions?...
A nurse is helping a family prepare their family emergency plan. Which of the following should be included?...