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Foundations Exam 1 Questions
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whats the first thing to do if a patients blood pressure is elevated?
assess the patient
what is the nursing diagnosis if a patient has a lack of energy/motivation?
decrease activity intolerance
what is the nursing diagnosis of a patient who does not clean (has a lack of ADL's)
self care deficit
what do you do as a nurse when you're unsure what to do about something?
go to someone who knows more than you
what should a care plan outcome be?
SMART (must be realistic)
an RN that's giving a pain medication, is she acting independently, dependently, or collaboratively?
what must happen in order for a care plan to end?
the outcomes must be MET in order to end the care plan
if there is a fire in a patients room, in the garbage can, you remove the patient, pull the alarm, and then what?
contain/confire the fire (PACE)
what do you do if a patient has a status change?
contact the provider
when you're rounding and just checking on patients without actually physically touching them, what kind of care are you giving to them?
describe interventions (are they nurse or prescriber oriented?)
they are nurse oriented
what is the appropriate height for a Childs booster seat?
what are you always doing during critical thinking?
what equipment is needed when taking care of a seizure patient?
pads on the side rails, have suction and O2 ready
when working with a central venous access for a patient with leukemia, what kind of technique is needed?
maintain an aseptic technique
what not to do during a Cath insertion?
do not use a clean technique
(you should use a sterile technique for this)
describe what to do for isolating a patient with TB
-put them in a negative pressure room
-nurse must wear an N95
- nurse must put airborne sign on the door
how to give oral care for an unconscious patient?
have them on their side and use a suction
what should you do with a diabetic patient who has narly nails?
never cut them, consult a pediatrist
what does SBAR mean?
Situation (introduce yourself, the patient & the major issue)
Background (give pertinent background info or findings)
Assessment (state your assessment of major problem/cause; the bottom line)
Recommendation/Request (What do you need? Transfer, meds, test?)
what should the nurse do if they have a CNA working with them?
delicate certain responsibilities if its in your scope of practice
how to stop ventilation pneumonia? (question 24)
Q 1 hour oral care with chlorhexadine
when trying to provide hygiene for a patient how should you do so?
follow their cultural practice, ask them how they normally do things
what if a patient has a wound, but culturally they state that they only bathe one time a week?
they need to change their ways because they have a wound which needs to be cleaned regularly to prevent infection
what is the most important care needs for a diabetic patient?
what is intervention and implementation describing?
how the nurse cared for the patient
How many mL is 1 oz?
30 mL in 1 oz
how many lb is in 1 kg?
2.2 lb in 1 kg
how many grams is in 2.2 lbs?
1,000 g in 2.2 lbs
how many mg in 1 g?
1000 mg in 1 g
how many mL in 1 tsp
5 mL per 1 tsp
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