56.The occupational heath nurse is assessing new employee at her company. What would be important to assess in employee with a potential occupational respiratory history? (Mark all that apply.)

  1. 56.The occupational heath nurse is assessing new employee at her company. What would be important to assess in employee with a potential occupational respiratory history? (Mark all that apply.)
    1. Time frame of exposure
    2. Effectiveness of respiratory protection used
    3. General hygiene
    4. Outside interests
    5. Other areas live

D. Administer acetaminophen (Tyleno

  1. A nurse is teaching a female client newly diagnosed with Helicobacter pylori infection. The nurse anticipated that which medication will not be used learning the client is pregnant?
    1. Metronizadole
    2. Amoxicillin
    3. Clarithromycin
    4. D. Ciprofloxacin
  1. A client with sever acute respiratory syndrome privately inform a nurse that he doesn’t want to be placed on a ventilator if his condition worsens. The clients wife and children repeatedly expressed their desire that every measure be taken for the client. The most appropriate action by the nurse would be to:
    1. Inform the family of the client wishes
    2. Assure the family that all possible measures will be taken.
    3. Support the client’s decision
    4. Assure the client that all possible measures will be taken’
  2. A nurse is caring for a client who is scheduled for a anibuicenetisis. What information about the procedure should the nurse provide before the client signs the consent form?
    1. Name of procedure, how its performed, description of alternate methods available, potential risk to monitor and fetus, risks associated if the procedure isn’t performed.
    2. Name of procedure , risk to mother, name of physician who will perform procedure
    3. Name of procedure, risk to the fetus
    4. Description of alternate methods available, duration of the procedure, day and time the scheduled procedure will be performed
  1. A client is receiving total parental nutrition through a subclavin vein. The nurse should:
    1. Place the client in the supine position before changing the tubing
    2. Monitor the blood pressure frequently to assess for hypovolemia
    3. Decrease the infusion rate if blood glucose levels become elevated
    4. Administer intravenous antibiotics through this central line to prevent infection
  2. A client with small-cell carcinoma of the lung develops the syndrome of inappropriate secretion of antidiuretic hormone (SIDAH). What responses to the secretion of antidiuretic hormone should the nurse expect when preparing caring for this client? Select all that apply.
    1. Edema
    2. Polyuria
  1. Bradycardia
  2. Hypotension
  3. Hyponatremia
 
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