Hi all again, sorry to create 2 threads, but this is really important. Thank you so much for bearing with me.
1.11 To assess the frontal sinuses, the nurse should palpate
a) on the forehead.
b) below the cheekbones.
c) over the temporal areas.
d) below the jaws.
2.20 A decrease of Sodium levels in the blood can be the result of
a) renal failure.
1.21 A common sign of mild cardiac failure in the elderly is
a) yellowish sputum.
b) ankle oedema.
c) muscle cramps.
d) loss of appetite.
1.25 The client demonstrates signs and symptoms of hypoxia. Which of the
following is not an immediate nursing intervention/assessment?
a) Administration of oxygen via a non-rebreather mask.
b) Measurement of oxygen saturation via an oximeter.
c) Auscultation of breath sounds.
d) Measurement of respiration rate.
1.3 Mr Kow is admitted with uncontrolled blood sugar level because he is
not compliant to his diet therapy since the disease has been diagnosed
a year ago. Uncontrolled blood sugar is documented as
a) family history.
b) medical history.
c) present illness.
d) past history.
2.7 Which of the following is not an appropriate nursing intervention for urinary incontinence?
b) Development of toileting schedule.
c) Provision of incontinence pads.
d) Prompt answering of call bells.
****what is the difference between past and medical history?
Thank you so much for your time.
Nov 25, '06
of the facts. Part of the learning experience in Nursing school should be the ability to use resources other than other people to find the answers you are looking for. When I'm at work, there are many times where I need to look something up - ie - what a waveform should look like when I wedge a Swann (I'm still new at it, I'd rather compare the waveform with the book than take someone's word for it that it "looks good")
Most NCLEX books include answers plus rationales for questions like these. I strongly recommend investing in one, or borrowing one from the library.
Good luck and I am not trying to be mean (or eat my young), just a little tough love.
Nov 26, '06
Any help for this please, a few more hours left. I really cant find the answers for these, so intelligent people please help me. Thank you.
Nov 26, '06
see what a little google search can do:
ANATOMY OF THE SINUSES * OTOLARYNGOLOGY HOUSTON
OEDEMA - a guide for patient's
and honestly looking back at these questions, I think you are trying to look for an answer thru either this forum or google, when most of them are common sense, you just need to think them thru.
Last edit by nicolel1182 on Nov 26, '06
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