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5 Matching questions

  1. cachexia
  2. later postop phase (nursing unit)
  3. respiratory preparation
  4. nursing interventions for activity
  5. influencing factors age
  1. a encourage muscle-strengthening exercises, dangling, two people to assist with ambulation
  2. b vital signs, IV, incisional sites, tubes, postop orders, body system assessment, side rails up, call light in reach, position on side or HOB up 45 degrees, emesis basin at bedside; note amount and appearance of emesis; npo until ordered and patient is fully awake; assess for signs and symptoms of shock
  3. c incentive spirometry, prevent or treat atelectasis, improve lung expansion, improve oxygenation,
  4. d ill health, malnutrition and wasting as a result of chronic disease
  5. e young and older patients metabolic needs such as temperature changes, cardiovascular shifts, respiratory needs, and renal function, may not respond to physiological changes quickly

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. blood, insensible (lungs and skin)
  2. care of wound site; action and possible side effets of any medications; when and how to take them; activities allowed and prohibited; dietary restrictions and modifications; symptoms to be reported; where and when to return for follow-up care; answers to any ind questions or concerns
  3. turn, cough, and deep-breathe every two hours, analgesics, early mobility, frequent positioning
  4. airway, breathing, consciousness, circulation, system review
  5. decrease external stimuli, reduce interruptions and eliminate odors

5 True/False questions

  1. preoperative checklistpermits signed and on chart, allergies, ID band on patient, skin prep done, removal of dentures, glasses-contacts, jewelry, nail polish, hairpins, makeup, TED stocking applied, preoperative vs, preoperative medications, physical disabilities and/or diseases, history and physical an lab reports on chart


  2. assessment of activitylevel of alertness, cardiovascular and motor status


  3. constructiverelieves or reduces intensity of disease symptoms; will not produce cure


  4. traditional analgesiaresults in loss of sensation in an area of the body; nerve block, spinal anesthesia, epidural anesthesia, IV anesthesia


  5. prevention of venous stasisnormal flow of blood through the vessels is slowed, assessment: palpate pedal pulses and note skin color and temp; assess for edema, aching, cramping in the calf, Homans' sign


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