484. A client who is to have antineoplastic chemotherapy tells the nurses of a fear of being sick all the time and indicates a wish to try acupuncture.

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484. A client who is to have antineoplastic chemotherapy tells the nurses of a fear of being sick all the time and indicates a wish to try acupuncture. Which of these beliefs stated by the client would be incorrect about acupuncture? A. “some needles go as deep as 3 inches, depending on where they’re placed in the body and what the treatment is for. The needles usually are left in for 15 to 30 minutes.” B. “In traditional Chinese medicine, imbalances in the basic energetic flow of life—known as qi or chi—are thought to to cause illness.” C. “The flow of life is believed to flow through major pathways called nerve cluster in your body.” D. “By inserting extremely fine needles into some of the over 400 acupuncture points in various combinations it is believed that energy flow will rebalance to allow the body’s natural healing mechanisms to take over.”

485. A nurse is observing a client during an excretory urogram. Which of these observations indicate a complication is occurring? A. “The client complains of a salty taste in the mouth when the dye is injected.” B. “The client’s entire body turns a bright red color.” C. “The client states “I have a feeling of getting warm.” D. “The client gags and complains “I am getting sick.”

486. If a client has ataxia, the MOST important nursing action would be to A. Supervise ambulation B. Measure the intake and output accurately C. Consult the speech therapist D. Elevate the foot of the bed

487. The nurse knows which of the following would have the greatest impact on an elderly client’s ability to complete activities of daily loving (ADLs) A. Preservation B. Aphasia C. Mnemonic disturbances D. Apraxia

488. In planning diet teaching for a child in the early stages of nephritic syndrome, the nurse should discuss with the parents which of the following dietary changes? A. Adequate protein intake, low sodium B. Low-protein, low –potassium intake C. Low-protein potassium, low-calorie intake D. Limited-protein, high-carbohydrate intake

489. Several days after the delivery of a stillborn, the parents say, “We wish we could talk with other couples who have go through this trauma. “Which of the following nursing responses would be BEST? A. “SIDS will provide you with this opportunity.” B. “SHARE will provide you with opportunity.” C. “RESOLVE will provide you with this opportunity.” D. CANDLELIGHTERS will provide you with this opportunity.”

495The nurse is caring for client in the Emergency Department of an acute facility. Four clients have been admitted in the last 10 minutes. Which of the following admissions should the nurse see FIRST? A. Performing activities one at a time B. Documentation at the end of the workday C. Addressing all nonessential activities as they are D. Deciding on the most important tasks to complete first

495The nurse is caring for client in the Emergency Department of an acute facility. Four clients have been admitted in the last 10 minutes. Which of the following admissions should the nurse see FIRST? A. Performing activities one at a time B. Documentation at the end of the workday C. Addressing all nonessential activities as they are D. Deciding on the most important tasks to complete first

497. The nurse is using concepts of time management to organize the workday. Which action will assist the nurse to effectively implement time management strategies? A. Complete nonessential activities first to reduce interruptions B. Plan the day so that all time is accounted for in task completion C. Identify tasks that must be completed within a specific time frame D. Assist others in the completion of their assigned tasks when asked

498. The nurse is taking a course on ethics as part of continuing education requirements in the state in which the nurse is employed. The nurse understands that respect for an individual’s right to self-determination is identified by which term? A. Justice B. Fidelity C. Veracity D. Autonomy

499. The nurse understands that an ethical dilemma exists in which scenario? A. No correct decision exists B. A satisfactory alternative is present C. The right answer is always obvious D. One ethical principal takes procedure over others

500. Which are example(s) of a negligent act? Select all that apply. A. Medication errors resulting in inquiry B. Failure to monitor an intravenous flow rate resulting in injury C. A decline in client’s condition resulting in a longer hospital stay D. A fall that occurs as a result of failure to provide safety measures to a client E. Failure to report a change in a client’s condition to the health care provider (HCP)

 
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