1) Select the location where the tip of the endotracheal tube should sit when a patient is intubated.

Select the location where the tip of the endotracheal tube should sit when a patient is intubated.

2) 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?

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) The nurse knows that which of the following are risk factors for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)? Select all that apply.

5) The nurse knows that which of the following are risk factors for Hospital-Aquired Pneumonia?

6) 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?

7) 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.

8) The client has a pulse oximeter reading of 91%, the nurse should implement which of the following measures first?

9) A nurse walks in to a client who is in respiratory distress. The client has tracheal deviation to the right side. The nurse knows to prepare for which of the following emergent procedures?

10) A client has had a chest tube placed for 10 hours and the nurse is assessing the color of the drainage. Which color would be concerning to the nurse?

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