1) A community health nurse is preforming a skin assessment on a patient. The nurse discovers this on the patients back. What should the nurse do next?

A community health nurse is preforming a skin assessment on a patient. The nurse discovers this on the patients back. What should the nurse do next?

2) The nurse has the following tasks: Administer medication, perform an assessment, feed a patient, take vital signs, and give a bed bath. What tasks can the nurse delegate to the Nursing Aid?

3) The nurse knows that the patient is experiencing left sided heart failure based on which of the following assessments? Select all that apply.

4) A nurse is examining a client with an obvious deformity of the forearm. Which of the following should the nurse include in the focused assessment? Select all that apply.

5) The nurse is performing an assessment of a clients abdomen. Upon palpation, the nurse feels an abnormal lump in the LUQ that is extremely painful for the client. The nurse suspects she is palpating which of the following?

6) The nurse walks into a clients room and looks at the cardiac monitor. The nurse notices a few PVCs. The nurse starts to do an assessment when the monitor starts to alarm. The nurse looks up and sees the client is in Ventricular Tachycardia. What is the next step the nurse shold do?

7) The nurse is charting a skin assessment on the newly admitted client. The client has mutliple little purple dots all over the face. The nurse should chart this using what terminology?

8) The nurse is charting a skin assessment on the newly admitted client. The client has a puss filled hair follicle on their neck. The nurse should chart this using what terminology?

9) The nurse is charting a skin assessment on the newly admitted client. The client has a palpable line of hypertrophied scar tissue from a previous surgery across their chest. The nurse should chart this using what terminology?

10) The nurse is charting a skin assessment on the newly admitted client. The client has a large bruise on their right forearm from a fall. The nurse should chart this using what terminology?

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