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.

 

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- Diuretics

- Suctioning

- Bronchodilators

- Chest tube

- Steroids

Rationale

A bronchospasm is treated best with steroids and bronchodilators. Diuretics and suction would be helpful if there were fluids or mucus in the lungs. A chest tube would be helpful for a collapsed lung.

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NCLEX Category

Management of Care

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Respiratory

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