1) Which of the following client conditions put a client at risk for cardiogenic shock?

2) Which client should be assessed for hypovolemic shock?

3) Which of the following client conditions put a client at risk for Obstructive Shock? Select all that apply.

4) A nurse is assessing a client. Which of the following signs and symptoms would indicate the patient is in shock? Select all that apply.

5) A nurse is assessing a client. Which of the following signs and symptoms would indicate the patient is in shock?

6) A nurse is assessing a client. Which of the following signs and symptoms would indicate the patient is in shock? Select all that apply.

7) A nurse is assessing a client. Which of the following signs and symptoms would indicate the patient is in shock?

8) A client becomes pale, weak, and diaphoretic. The nurse suspects this client is experiencing shock. What is the first thing this nurse should do?

9) Your client is rushed in via EMS for anaphylactic shock after being exposed to peanuts. What medication should the nurse prepare for the client?

10) A patient been admitted to the ICU in a state of septic shock. The patient requires oxygen by nasal cannula to maintain blood oxygenation levels and needs hemodynamic monitoring. Which best describes the best method of providing nutritional support for this patient?

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