TEST chapter 31 IGGY with pneumonia
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A, C, D
Select all that apply
The nurse is teaching a client with Influenza A about how to limit transmission.Which statements indicate teaching is successful?
A I will wash my hands every time I blow my nose or sneeze
B I will not go around people that smoke
C I will try to sneeze into my upper sleeve instead of my hands
D I will avoid large crowds, including staying home from work
An elderly patient is discussing pneumonia prevention with the nurse. The nurse would include which statement in the teaching?
A You need to have to the pneumonia vaccination once a year to fully protect yourself
B If you have had the pneumonia vaccine in the last 10 years you will not need to repeat the vaccination
C It is recommended that you repeat the pneumonia vaccination if it has been longer than 5 years since youve recieved it
D There is no vaccination that can protect you from pneumonia
A, B, C, D, E, F
The nurse knows that which people are at risk for developing pneumonia?
B Elderly clients
C Client that smokes
D Client with HIV
E A client who has had a tracheostomy for 1 year
F A client who has not received the influenza vaccine
A nurse has just received a client diagnosed with TB. The nurse knows she will need to place the client in which room?
A A negative air pressure room with airborne precautions
B A room without a roommate and contact precautions
C A room with a roommate and droplet precautions
D A standard room without isolation precautions
The nurse noticed that a patient suspected to have H1N1 door is open. What is the best intervention for the nurse?
A No need to intervene, the client is not contagious
B Close the door to prevent spreading the infection
C Ask the client if they would like the door closed
D Close the door to provide a quiet environment for the client
A nurse is teaching a client about the influenza vaccine. Which statement indicates the need for further teaching?
A I will get the flu vaccine every year around flu season
B The vaccine will protect me from 3-4 strains of the flu that may be expected to be a problem that season
C I will get the flu vaccine every two years since different strains are expected to change in that time
D The flu vaccine can be administered an injection in my muscle or in a nasal spray
The nurse is teaching the client about completely antibiotic therapy for bacterial pharyngitis. The nurse hears the client tell her husband that she hates taking pills and will stop taking the medicine when she feels 100% better. What is the nurse's best action?
A Educate the client about the importance of completely finishing the antibiotics to prevent resistant bacterial infections
B Do nothing because the client has already been told to complete the antibiotic therapy
C Let the client know that is ok because the infection is gone when the symptoms are gone
D Inform the client that if she does not finish the antibiotics she can use them for future infections without the need for another doctor's appointment
The nurse knows that which medications are used in the initial treatment of TB?
A Penicillin and Ceftriaxone
B Rifampin and Isoniazid
C Doxycycline and Amoxicillin
D Rifampin and Vancomycin
B, C, D, F
Select all that apply
The nurse recieves a patient with a new onset of confusion, dyspnea, and an O2 sat of 80% on room air. The client is suspected of having pneumonia. What tests will the nurse anticipate to confirm this diagnosis?
B Chest Xray
C Sputum Culture
D Arterial Blood Gas
E Mantoux test
F CBC with differential
The nurse is caring for a client newly diagnosed with inhalation anthrax. The patient's family is concerned that they may have also contracted the infection since they live together. What is the nurse's best response?
A We will need to treat everyone in the household for inhalation anthrax
B The infection is only spread if you have come in contact with the client's sputum
C Inhalation anthrax is not contagious so you do not need to be treated
D Inhalation anthrax is only contagious for 2 hours upon onset of symptoms so you are more than likely not infected
A client diagnosed with TB is currently taking combination drug therapy. The nurse should immediately intervene if the client makes which statement?
A I will take these medications for 6-12 months as prescribed
B I will still beable to go out to the bar with my friends every saturday night
C Taking this combination of drugs helps prevent drug-resistant organisms
D I will need to tak a B-complex vitamin while taking these drugs