Study Group Question - Do you think you know it? - page 12

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  1. by   KAYBDT6
    what is the correct method of given Iron injection?

    what are the side effect of LIDOCAINE?

    who will you attend to first during morning report

    1- Nephrotic syndrome age 3
    2- bronchiolitis age 1
    3- botulism age 1
  2. by   C. Thinking
    Iron with z-track in a large muscle...don't rub or give with the same needle you drew up in r/t staining the skin

    Lidocaine....? Im not sure....? watch for drowziness, nausea, allergic reaction?

    Patient 2....airway...unless something else is going on with the rest of the patients that deem them unstable or requesting something.
  3. by   KAYBDT6
    Quote from C. Thinking
    Iron with z-track in a large muscle...don't rub or give with the same needle you drew up in r/t staining the skin

    Lidocaine....? Im not sure....? watch for drowsiness, nausea, allergic reaction?

    Patient 2....airway...unless something else is going on with the rest of the patients that deem them unstable or requesting something.
    LIDOCAINE- confusion and drowsiness

    BOTULISM is a life threatening situation that need to be care for firstly which can cause brain damage if treatment is delayed.
  4. by   lynette.johnson
    Quote from KAYBDT6
    What will you do,if you notice a pt who is on IV replacement experiencing dyspnea, R 34, and HR 120. You check is lung sounds bilaterally and heard crackles. what would be your best action

    1- Notify the physician
    2- Perform suctioning
    3- decrease the IV flow rate
    4- continue to monitor the pt.
    3-pt experiencing fluid overload
  5. by   lynette.johnson
    Quote from soon2bRN516
    What is the irreversible syndrome that can result if alcohol withdrawls are not taken care of?

    And what drug do they use to help alcoholics stop drinking? Does the patient have to completely stop drinking or can they continue minimally while on the medication?
    Irreversible syndrome-delirium tremens (autonomic hyperactivity characterized by tachycardia, sweating, tremors, htn, dellusions, hallucinations, and extremely agitated. can be fatal if not treated. cardiac monitor, thiamine, Benzodiazapines for sedation, O2 2 liters via nc.)
  6. by   KAYBDT6
    What is the most common problem following insertion of subclavian central line?

    which cranial nerves is responsible for muscle of the TONGUE?

    what is used to diagnosed UTERINE CANCER?

    What is used to diagnosed CERVICAL CANCER?

    An 18 years old pt sign and informed consent to have her left knee amputated. but after medicating the pt, the nurse discovered that the surgery is to be done on the right knee. what will you do in other to correct the mistake

    1- cross out the LEFT and write in the RIGHT and initial the consent.
    2- ask the pt to sign the consent form
    3- have the parents to sign the consent form
    4- notify the operating room and reschedule the surgery.
  7. by   lynette.johnson
    1) cath. in the arch of the aorta.

    2) biopsy

    3) pap smear

    4) I dont like any of these options, but would have to say #4. How about informing the surgeon???
  8. by   lynette.johnson
    Can anyone post a question on here?
  9. by   soonertwin87
    Which diseases require airborne precautions?

    What are some common symptoms of thrombocytopenia and what precautions should be taken?

    What are some symptoms of thyroid storm and what interventions must be implemented?

    And I get this one a lot--what is fruity-smelling breath a sign of, and what would his/her blood gas indicate?
  10. by   soonertwin87
    1. A client is diagnosed with peptic ulcer disease. The nurse advises the client to take which medication if needed for a headache?

    A. Naproxen (Aleve)
    B. Acetaminophen (Tylenol)
    C. Ibuprofen (Motrin)
    D. Acetylsalicylic acid (aspirin)

    2. A client is admitted for a transurethral resection of the prostate. Four hours after surgery, the nurse assess the client. Which assessment finding would warrant notification of the physician?

    A. red bloody urine
    B. urine output of 100 mL higher than intake
    3. pain related to bladder spasms
    4. blood pressure 102/49 mmHg; pulse, 133 BPM
  11. by   lynette.johnson
    1-b

    2-4 (indication of bleeding)
  12. by   lynette.johnson
    airborne precautions-measles, sars, chicken pox, tb

    Throbocytopenia-petechiae, bruising, fatigue, malaise, bleeding that is hard to stop from a wound. Precautions-(prevention) injury, s/sx of bleeding, shaving with razor, ??

    Thyroid storm- very high fever, increased hr, n/v, diarrhea, irregular hr, weakness, heart failure, confusion, muscle weakness. Interventions - LOC, patent airway, resp. status-rate, depth, sounds, O2 sat, anticipate endotracheal intubation and mechanical ventilation, O2 vi nc, frequent rest periods to min. O2 demand, hob up to max airway, heart rate/rythm/sound...lots more

    Fruity smelling breath- ketoacidosis, occurs when lungs are blowing off excess acetone. results when insulin levels are too low to transport glucose into cells- diabetes. treatment need to be immediate. Blood gases- low ph (below 7.35), and bicarb is low (below 20??) Not sure about that!!
  13. by   belle923
    Anymore questions, guys?!

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