Respiratory QuestionDifficulty
Your patient is being treated for advanced lung cancer. Which of the following dietary considerations is the most appropriate for this diagnosis?...
You are providing discharge education to your patient who has been diagnosed with tuberculosis. Which of the following patient statements indicates more teaching is necessary?...
You are working in the ED and have just recieved a patient with an asthma exacerbation. Which of the following patient positions would be the most conducive to gas exchange?...
You are working in the emergency department and giving report to one of the nursing units for your patient who is about to be admitted with tuberculosis. Which of the following statements would be the most appropriate to this nurse who is about to assume care for this patient?...
You are providing discharge teaching to your patient with tuberculosis. He asked if he really needs to finish the treatment regimen or if he can stop taking the meds once he feels better. What would the most appropriate response be?...
Your patient has developed a tension pneumothorax. The physician has told you to urgently gather the necessary supplies. What will you need to obtain?...
Your patient has had COPD and was admitted with cellulitis. Which of the following interventions would be most appropriate for this patient?...
Your patient has been brought to the emergency department for an asthma exacerbation. Which of the following would NOT be an expected finding when completing a comprehensive respiratory assessment of this patient?...
You are giving a bed bath to your intubated patient. The ventilator begins alarming loudly. After identifying your patient is not in distress, what should your next action be?...
What is identified in the right lung in this image?...
Select the location where the tip of the endotracheal tube should sit when a patient is intubated....
The nurse is caring for a patient admited with pneumonia. The nurse notices the patient is diaphoretic. After reviewing the patients vital signs, what should the nurse do next?...
A nurse is caring for a patient with ARDS. The nurse views the ABG. What value should the nurse report to the physician?...
A client is getting their vital signs checked and have an oxygen saturation of 90% on RA, what should the nurse do next?...
An ambulance brings a client with audible sucking noises on both inspiration and expiration and diminished breath sounds on the left side. What should the nurse start preparing for?...
The nurse knows that the patient is experiencing left sided heart failure based on which of the following assessments? Select all that apply....
The nurse knows that which of the following are risk factors for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)? Select all that apply....
The nurse knows that which of the following are risk factors for Hospital-Aquired Pneumonia? Select all that apply....
The nurse just recieved report on her client who is on the ventilator for volume. The nurse should be concerned if which of the following setting on the ventilator changes?...
The nurse is assessing a client and recognizes that this client is having a bronchospasm. Which treatments should the nurse anticipate? Select all that apply....