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NURS 100 quiz 2
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At the end of the shift, the nurse documents that the client has voided 475ml during the shift via an indwelling catheter. What type of data has the nurse documented?
The nurse is assessing a male client with a diagnosis of vascular dementia. As a result of his cognitive deficit, the client is unable to provide many of the data that are required in the hospitals nursing admission history document. How should the nurse best proceed with this assessment?
Supplement the client's information by speaking with family or friends.
Assessment of a client's bowel sounds is best obtained by performing which assessment technique?
Upon assessment of an older adult, the nurse notes that the clients skin to have a yellow color. The nurse recognizes and documents the color of this skin as which of the following?
An acronym RACE is commonly taught as a means for remembering priorities for actions during a fire. The "A" in this acronym stands for which of the following?
Activate the fire alarm and notify the appropriate person
Which topic should a public health nurse emphasize when educating older adults on reducing their risk of poising?
Keeping medication in clearly labeled containers
When providing oral care, what does the nurse recognize as the most important component of the oral care process?
A thorough, mechanical cleaning
During morning care the nurse notices a glasslike appearance to the client's eyes and prepares to perform eye care. What solution should the nurse use to perform basic eye care to remove the excessive secretion related to the illness?
Normal Saline Solution
The nurse assistant is preparing to help the client make a lateral transfer from the bed to the stretcher. The client informs the nurse that the client is able to move onto the stretcher without the nurses help. What is the nurse's best response?
"You are free to move onto the stretcher without assistance, but I will supervise for your safety."
A client with a hip fracture is returning to the orthopedic unit, and the orders indicate that the client should be turned by logrolling. Which statement is correct regarding logrolling?
Use a draw sheet or a friction reducing sheet to facilitate smooth movement
A nurse has been caring for a client who has been sitting in a chair for 1 hr. Which of the following complications is the greatest risk to the client?
Client that continues to pull out IV line, three times now. How would you restrain them?
At the bed frame or the head of the bed so it can move up or down
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