Study Group Question - Do you think you know it? - page 31

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  1. by   KAYBDT6
    a pt void 50ml of urine each time after abdominal surgey. the nurse assessment reveal dullness in the suprapubic region on percussion. what action should the nurse taken at these time?
    1- notify the physician
    2- encourage fluids
    3- assist the pt to walk to the bathroom
    4- insert a foley catheter unless the pt is not voiding then you'll notify the physician for catheterization order
  2. by   jarlesha
    Hey everyone I passed Boards after failing 3x. So i'm gonna contribute my time to this site as often as I can cause this site is considered an angel for upcoming test takers.

    Answers
    1. i'm gonna say 3 cause the maximum wt gain is 25 pounds
    2. i'm gona say 3 cause quickening can be felt at 16 wks
    3. i'm gonna say 3 also
    4. also 3
    5. I wanna say 4 cause I know that folic acid is a must in pregnancy
  3. by   NewAggieGrad09
    Congrats jarlesha rn!!
  4. by   jarlesha
    Thanks luv, it's been quite a struggle for me. But through it all God saw me through. This site is so awesome and I don't think I woulda passed if it had not been for this site and all the wonderful suggestions.
  5. by   KAYBDT6
    A pt has a symptom of wheezing and swelling after been stung by a bees. what instruction will you give the pt
    1- use benadryl
    2- use ephedrine
    3- epinephrine
    4- hydrocortisone

    which of the following pt will be transported to a burn center immediately after an explosion at a chemical plant. SATA in order of priority
    1- pt with chemical spills on both arms
    2- pt with 3rd degree burns on both legs
    3- pt with 1st degree burns to both hands
    4- pt in respiratory distress
    5- pt with 1st degree burns to both leg

    A pt with G-Tube is confused and restless and attempt to remove the her tube. The CNA placed a soft ties on the pt wrists. what action should the RN perform first
    1- leave the restraint in place
    2- ask the CNA to remove the restraint
    3- obtain hands mitts instead of soft ties.
    4- request an order for restraint from the physician
  6. by   2bNurse4life4ever
    a pt has a symptom of wheezing and swelling after been stung by a bees. what instruction will you give the pt
    1- use benadryl
    2- use ephedrine
    3- epinephrine
    4- hydrocortisone

    which of the following pt will be transported to a burn center immediately after an explosion at a chemical plant. sata in order of priority
    1- pt with chemical spills on both arms 3
    2- pt with 3rd degree burns on both legs 4
    3- pt with 1st degree burns to both hands 2
    4- pt in respiratory distress 1
    5- pt with 1st degree burns to both leg 5

    a pt with g-tube is confused and restless and attempt to remove the her tube. the cna placed a soft ties on the pt wrists. what action should the rn perform first
    1- leave the restraint in place
    2- ask the cna to remove the restraint
    3- obtain hands mitts instead of soft ties.
    4- request an order for restraint from the physician
  7. by   celclt
    a pt has a symptom of wheezing and swelling after been stung by a bees. what instruction will you give the pt
    1- use benadryl
    2- use ephedrine
    3- epinephrine
    4- hydrocortisone

    which of the following pt will be transported to a burn center immediately after an explosion at a chemical plant. sata in order of priority
    1- pt with chemical spills on both arms 5
    2- pt with 3rd degree burns on both legs 2
    3- pt with 1st degree burns to both hands 4
    4- pt in respiratory distress 1
    5- pt with 1st degree burns to both leg 3

    a pt with g-tube is confused and restless and attempt to remove the her tube. the cna placed a soft ties on the pt wrists. what action should the rn perform first
    1- leave the restraint in place
    2- ask the cna to remove the restraint
    3- obtain hands mitts instead of soft ties.
    4- request an order for restraint from the physician
  8. by   2bNurse4life4ever
    heres a questions to ponder on:

    a unlicensed assistive personnel reports to a nurse that a client diagnoed with cirrhosis, who had a paracentesis yesterday, has become more lethargic and has a musty smelling breath. which assessment should the nurse pursue next?

    1. monitor the client's clotting status
    2. auscultate the upper abdomen for bruits
    3. assess for flap like tremors of the hands
    4. measure the abdominal girth for changes

    a nurse is caring for a trauma victim with significant blood loss. immediatly after multiple transfusions, what is the most accurate indicator of oxygenation?

    1. pulse oximetry
    2. hemoglobin
    3. hematocrit
    4. blood gases
    Last edit by 2bNurse4life4ever on Aug 3, '09
  9. by   KAYBDT6
    [quote=2bnurse4life4ever;3781842]
    a pt has a symptom of wheezing and swelling after been stung by a bees. what instruction will you give the pt
    1- use benadryl
    2- use ephedrine
    3- epinephrine
    4- hydrocortisone

    which of the following pt will be transported to a burn center immediately after an explosion at a chemical plant. sata in order of priority
    1- pt with chemical spills on both arms 3 1 need to be transported to the burn center
    2- pt with 3rd degree burns on both legs 4 2 transport to burn center
    3- pt with 1st degree burns to both hands 2 can be
    treated with first aid on the scene and referred to the health care facility
    4- pt in respiratory distress 1need to be transported to the burn center
    5- pt with 1st degree burns to both leg 5 can be given first aid treatment and referred to the healthcare facility

    a pt with g-tube is confused and restless and attempt to remove the her tube. the cna placed a soft ties on the pt wrists. what action should the rn perform first
    1- leave the restraint in place
    2- ask the cna to remove the restraint the pt need restraints from dislodging tube.
    3- obtain hands mitts instead of soft ties.
    4- request an order for restraint from the physician
    order can be placed after due to the circumstances of the pt.

    :thnkg:
  10. by   KAYBDT6
    [quote=celclt;3782010]
    a pt has a symptom of wheezing and swelling after been stung by a bees. what instruction will you give the pt
    1- use benadryl
    2- use ephedrine
    3- epinephrine
    4- hydrocortisone

    which of the following pt will be transported to a burn center immediately after an explosion at a chemical plant. sata in order of priority
    1- pt with chemical spills on both arms 5 2
    2- pt with 3rd degree burns on both legs 23
    3- pt with 1st degree burns to both hands 4
    4- pt in respiratory distress 1
    5- pt with 1st degree burns to both leg 3

    a pt with g-tube is confused and restless and attempt to remove the her tube. the cna placed a soft ties on the pt wrists. what action should the rn perform first
    1- leave the restraint in place
    2- ask the cna to remove the restraint
    3- obtain hands mitts instead of soft ties.
    4- request an order for restraint from the physician



  11. by   KAYBDT6
    [quote=2bnurse4life4ever;3782110]
    heres a questions to ponder on:


    a unlicensed assistive personnel reports to a nurse that a client diagnoed with cirrhosis, who had a paracentesis yesterday, has become more lethargic and has a musty smelling breath. which assessment should the nurse pursue next?

    1. monitor the client's clotting status
    2. auscultate the upper abdomen for bruits
    3. assess for flap like tremors of the hands
    4. measure the abdominal girth for changes

    a nurse is caring for a trauma victim with significant blood loss. immediatly after multiple transfusions, what is the most accurate indicator of oxygenation?

    1. pulse oximetry
    2. hemoglobin
    3. hematocrit
    4. blood gases
  12. by   2bNurse4life4ever
    a unlicensed assistive personnel reports to a nurse that a client diagnoed with cirrhosis, who had a paracentesis yesterday, has become more lethargic and has a musty smelling breath. which assessment should the nurse pursue next?

    1. monitor the client's clotting status
    2. auscultate the upper abdomen for bruits
    3. assess for flap like tremors of the hands rational : s/s represent hepatic encephalopathy
    4. measure the abdominal girth for changes

    a nurse is caring for a trauma victim with significant blood loss. immediatly after multiple transfusions, what is the most accurate indicator of oxygenation?

    1. pulse oximetry
    2. hemoglobin
    3. hematocrit
    4. blood gases

    good job kaybdt6!!
  13. by   2bNurse4life4ever
    a preterm infant develops nasal flaring, cyanosis, and diminished unilateral breath sounds. the health care providerer's diagnosis is unilateral phenomorthorax. which procedure should the nurse prepare first?

    1. cardiopulmonary resusciation
    2. inseration of chest tube
    3. oxygen therapy
    4. assisted ventilation

    a parent tells the nurse that their six year old child, who normally enjoys school, has not been doing well since grandmother died 2 months ago. which statement accuratly describes thoughts about death and dying at this age?

    1. death is personofied as boogeyman or devil
    2. death is percieved as being irreversible
    3. the child feels guilty for the grandmother's death
    4. the child feels worried that the child , too, might die

    a nurse is caring for a client with active tb and a history of noncompliance. which of these actions by the nurse would represent appropriate care for this client?

    1. instruct client to wear high effiency particulate air mask in public areas
    2. ask a family member to supervise daily compliance
    3. schedule weekly clinic visits for the client
    4. ask the health care provider to change the regimen to fewer medications

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