Study Group Question - Do you think you know it? - page 32

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  1. by   KAYBDT6
    which pt should the RN delegate to the LPN
    1- teach a pt refusing a procedure abt the expected outcome of a procedure
    2- take BP of a pt with severe hypertensive crisis
    3- suction a pt with tracheotomy and copious drainage
    4- reinforce abdominal dressing with moderate serous drainage

    which of the following pt should the nurse see first
    1- hydronephrosis scheduled for surgery tomorrow morning
    2- PID admitted an hour ago
    3- TURP with bladder irrigation
    4- pt with radical mastectomy who have no knowledgeif the excised tissue is cancerous

    A pt with the Hx of RF have an abdominal hysterectomy and bilateral oophorectomy is on HRT.which assignment should the nurse delegate to LPN
    1- make referral to an exercise program
    2- explain relationship btw RF and effect of HRT
    3- provide teaching about side effect of HRT
    4- change the pt dressing
  2. by   2bNurse4life4ever
    [quote=kaybdt6;3782376] ok heres what i think:
    which pt should the rn delegate to the lpn
    1- teach a pt refusing a procedure abt the expected outcome of a procedure
    2- take bp of a pt with severe hypertensive crisis
    3- suction a pt with tracheotomy and copious drainage
    4- reinforce abdominal dressing with moderate serous drainage

    which of the following pt should the nurse see first
    1- hydronephrosis scheduled for surgery tomorrow morning
    2- pid admitted an hour ago
    3- turp with bladder irrigation
    4- pt with radical mastectomy who have no knowledgeif the excised tissue is cancerous

    a pt with the hx of rf have an abdominal hysterectomy and bilateral oophorectomy is on hrt.which assignment should the nurse delegate to lpn
    1- make referral to an exercise program
    2- explain relationship btw rf and effect of hrt
    3- provide teaching about side effect of hrt
    4- change the pt dressing

  3. by   NewAggieGrad09
    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
  4. by   KAYBDT6
    [quote=2bnurse4life4ever;3782316]
    a preterm infant develops nasal flaring, cyanosis, and diminished unilateral breath sounds. the health care provider's diagnosis is unilateral pneumothorax. which procedure should the nurse prepare first?


    1. cardiopulmonary resuscitation
    2. insertion 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 accurately describes thoughts about death and dying at this age?

    1. death is personified as bogeyman or devil
    2. death is perceived 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 efficiency 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
    Last edit by KAYBDT6 on Aug 3, '09
  5. by   KAYBDT6
    [quote=2bnurse4life4ever;3782381][quote=kaybdt6;3782376] ok heres what i think:
    which pt should the rn delegate to the lpn
    1- teach a pt refusing a procedure abt the expected outcome of a procedure
    2- take bp of a pt with severe hypertensive crisis
    3- suction a pt with tracheotomy and copious drainage
    4- reinforce abdominal dressing with moderate serous drainage

    which of the following pt should the nurse see first
    1- hydronephrosis scheduled for surgery tomorrow morning
    2- pid admitted an hour ago
    3- turp with bladder irrigation
    4- pt with radical mastectomy who have no knowledgeif the excised tissue is cancerous

    a pt with the hx of rf have an abdominal hysterectomy and bilateral oophorectomy is on hrt.which assignment should the nurse delegate to lpn
    1- make referral to an exercise program
    2- explain relationship btw rf and effect of hrt
    3- provide teaching about side effect of hrt
    4- change the pt dressing

  6. by   2bNurse4life4ever
    [quote=kaybdt6;3782405]
    Quote from 2bnurse4life4ever
    a preterm infant develops nasal flaring, cyanosis, and diminished unilateral breath sounds. the health care provider's diagnosis is unilateral pneumothorax. which procedure should the nurse prepare first?

    1. cardiopulmonary resuscitation
    2. insertion 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 accurately describes thoughts about death and dying at this age?

    1. death is personified as bogeyman or devil
    2. death is perceived 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 efficiency particulate air mask in public areas
    2. ask a family member to supervise daily compliance direct observation therapy should be iniated for noncompliance
    3. schedule weekly clinic visits for the client
    4. ask the health care provider to change the regimen to fewer medications
    good job!!!!!!
  7. by   2bNurse4life4ever
    [quote=newaggiegrad09;3782397] ok here are the answers:
    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 direct observation therapy needs to be iniated
    3. schedule weekly clinic visits for the client client needs dot
    4. ask the health care provider to change the regimen to fewer medications
  8. by   KAYBDT6
    A pt with severe chest trauma is admitted to the ER. what should the nurse do first?
    1- obtain detailed description of the cause
    2- identify the pt
    3- ability to communicate
    4- determine Hx of allergic reaction

    The nurse call time out during surgery when she observed another nurse doing what?
    1- place a sterile glove hand below waist level
    2- discard sterile supplies into a waste basket
    3- place sterile drape in position from front to the back
    4- move an instrument from a sterile towel to a sterile bowl

    which of the following documentation is incorrect
    1- after a thorough search a the CNA was unable to locate the pt denture
    2- T. Rogers, RN discovered pt lying on floor next to the bed. pt states "i got dizzy"
    3- because of staffing shortage, phenytoin 100mg IV was given instead of Dilantin 100mg P.O
    4- pt fell out of bed while reaching for cane. The bed was at the lowest level.
  9. by   NewAggieGrad09
    A pt with severe chest trauma is admitted to the ER. what should the nurse do first?
    1- obtain detailed description of the cause
    2- identify the pt
    3- ability to communicate
    4- determine Hx of allergic reaction

    The nurse call time out during surgery when she observed another nurse doing what?
    1- place a sterile glove hand below waist level
    2- discard sterile supplies into a waste basket
    3- place sterile drape in position from front to the back
    4- move an instrument from a sterile towel to a sterile bowl

    which of the following documentation is incorrect
    1- after a thorough search a the CNA was unable to locate the pt denture
    2- T. Rogers, RN discovered pt lying on floor next to the bed. pt states "i got dizzy"
    3- because of staffing shortage, phenytoin 100mg IV was given instead of Dilantin 100mg P.O
    4- pt fell out of bed while reaching for cane. The bed was at the lowest level.
  10. by   2bNurse4life4ever
    [quote=kaybdt6;3782483]
    a pt with severe chest trauma is admitted to the er. what should the nurse do first?
    1- obtain detailed description of the cause
    2- identify the pt
    3- ability to communicate
    4- determine hx of allergic reaction

    the nurse call time out during surgery when she observed another nurse doing what?
    1- place a sterile glove hand below waist level
    2- discard sterile supplies into a waste basket
    3- place sterile drape in position from front to the back
    4- move an instrument from a sterile towel to a sterile bowl

    which of the following documentation is incorrect
    1- after a thorough search a the cna was unable to locate the pt denture
    2- t. rogers, rn discovered pt lying on floor next to the bed. pt states "i got dizzy"
    3- because of staffing shortage, phenytoin 100mg iv was given instead of dilantin 100mg p.o
    4- pt fell out of bed while reaching for cane. the bed was at the lowest level.
  11. by   KAYBDT6
    [quote=newaggiegrad09;3782494]a pt with severe chest trauma is admitted to the er. what should the nurse do first?
    1- obtain detailed description of the cause
    2- identify the pt ability to communicate
    4- determine hx of allergic reaction
    sorry for these question. an incomplete answer. the answer should be determine the extent of the chest injury.

    the nurse call time out during surgery when she observed another nurse doing what?
    1- place a sterile glove hand below waist level
    2- discard sterile supplies into a waste basket
    3- place sterile drape in position from front to the back
    4- move an instrument from a sterile towel to a sterile bowl

    which of the following documentation is incorrect
    1- after a thorough search a the cna was unable to locate the pt denture
    2- t. rogers, rn discovered pt lying on floor next to the bed. pt states "i got dizzy"
    3- because of staffing shortage, phenytoin 100mg iv was given instead of dilantin 100mg p.o
    4- pt fell out of bed while reaching for cane. the bed was at the lowest level.


  12. by   KAYBDT6
    which pt should be assign to CNA
    1- pt with stable pulmonary artery pressure after mitral valve replacement.
    2- pt on bed rest with bathroom privileges and negative troponin and CK-MB LEVEL
    3- pt with chest pain to rule out a MI
    4- pt with discharge order and wound care teaching after CABG

    A pt with septic have a temp 104* F and unresponsive to antipyretics and the nurse places the pt on hypothermia blanket. what should the nurse instruct the CNA to perform?
    1- document dietary intake
    2- turn the pt every 2hrs
    3- wrap the pt hands and feet
    4- report the pt skin appearance

    A pt with suprapubic catheter in place for 2 day.what delegation can the nurse give to the CNA
    1- change the catheter
    2- clean area around the catheter
    3- determine the urine output adequacy
    4- instruct the pt how to care for the catheter



























  13. by   2bNurse4life4ever
    [quote=kaybdt6;3782793]which pt should be assign to cna
    1- pt with stable pulmonary artery pressure after mitral valve replacement.
    2- pt on bed rest with bathroom privileges and negative troponin and ck-mb level
    3- pt with chest pain to rule out a mi
    4- pt with discharge order and wound care teaching after cabg

    a pt with septic have a temp 104* f and unresponsive to antipyretics and the nurse places the pt on hypothermia blanket. what should the nurse instruct the cna to perform?
    1- document dietary intake
    2- turn the pt every 2hrs
    3- wrap the pt hands and feet
    4- report the pt skin appearance

    a pt with suprapubic catheter in place for 2 day.what delegation can the nurse give to the cna
    1- change the catheter
    2- clean area around the catheter
    3- determine the urine output adequacy
    4- instruct the pt how to care for the catheter

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