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1) A child with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is being admitted to the hospital for diagnostic tests. Which room assignment is the most appropriate for the child?  Private room 2) The labor... and delivery room nurse has just received reports on 4 clients. After reviewing the client data, the nurse should assess which client first?  A client who has just received an intravenous loading dose of magnesium sulfate to stop preterm labor 3) The nurse has developed a teaching plan for a client with hypertension regarding the administration of prescribed medications. What is the initial nursing action?  Assess the client's readiness to learn. 4) A client with cancer is receiving intravenous morphine sulfate for pain. When writing the plan of care for this client, the nurse should include which action as the priority action?  Monitor respiratory status. 5) The nurse is preparing to suction the airway of a client who has a tracheostomy tube and gathers the supplies needed for the procedure. In order of priority, which actions should the nurse take to perform this procedure? Arrange the actions in the order that they should be performed. All options must be used.  1) Place the client in a semi Fowler's position.  2) Turn on the suction device and set the regulator at 80 mm Hg.  3) Attach the suction tubing to the suction catheter.  4) Hyperoxygenate the client.  5) Insert the catheter into the tracheostomy until resistance is met, and then pull it back 1 cm. FROM 4143 TO 5142  6) Apply intermittent suction and slowly withdraw the catheter while rotating it back and forth. 6) The nurse notes blanching, coolness, and edema at a client's peripheral intravenous (IV) site. Which nursing action is the priority?  Remove the IV catheter. 7) A client has a prescription to begin an infusion of 1000 mL of 5% dextrose in lactated Ringer's solution. The client has an intravenous (IV) cannula inserted, and the nurse prepares the solution and IV tubing. Arrange the actions in the order that they should be performed. All options must be used.  1) Close the roller clamp on the IV tubing.  2) Spike the IV bag and half-fill the drip chamber.  3) Open the roller clamp and fill the tubing.  4) Uncap the distal end of the tubing.  5) Attach the distal end of the tubing to the client. 8) The nurse is caring for 4 pediatric clients. After receiving reports from the night shift, which child should the nurse assess first?  A 6-week-old infant admitted to the hospital for decreased level of consciousness; shaken baby syndrome is suspected 9) The nurse is assigned to 4 clients on a postoperative surgical unit at a rural hospital. When prioritizing the care, the nurse recognizes that the highest priority is focused on which client?  The client with problems clearing the airway related to abdominal incision pain 10) The emergency department nurse is caring for a child with suspected epiglottitis and has ensured that the child has a patent airway. Which action is the next priority in the care of this child?  Prepare the child for a chest radiograph. FROM 4143 TO 5142 11) The nursing instructor asks the nursing student to identify the priorities of care for an assigned client. The nursing instructor determines that the nursing student understands the client's needs when which statement is made?  "Actual or life-threatening concerns are the priority." 12) A hospitalized client with type 1 diabetes mellitus received Humulin N and Humulin R insulin 2 hours ago (at 7:30 a.m.). The client calls the nurse and reports that he is feeling hungry, shaky, and weak. The client ate breakfast at 8 a.m. and is due to eat lunch at noon. Arrange the actions that the nurse will take in the order that they should be performed. All options must be used.  1) Check the client's blood glucose level.  2) Give the client ½ cup (118 mL) of fruit juice to drink.  3) Take the client's vital signs.  4) Retest the blood glucose level.  5) Give the client a small snack of carbohydrate and protein.  6) Document the client's complaints, actions taken, and outcome. 13) An emergency department nurse is preparing to receive 4 clients as a result of a motor vehicle crash. Which victim should the nurse attend to first?  A 45-year-old man with chest pain, shortness of breath, and diaphoresis 14) The nurse is assigned to care for 4 clients. Which client should the nurse assess first?  A client who has a peripheral (index finger) oxygen saturation percentage of 85% 15) The nurse has received her client assignment for the day. Which client should the nurse care for first?  A client with postoperative pain reported at 7 out of 10, with 10 being the worst FROM 4143 TO 5142 16) The nurse has received the client assignment for the day. Which client should the nurse care for first?  The client admitted with the medical diagnosis of neutropenia who is afebrile and is complaining of pain with urination 17) The nurse is the first responder at the scene of a 6- car crash on a highway. Which victim should the nurse attend to first?  A victim experiencing dyspnea 18) The nurse in charge of a nursing unit is asked to select the hospitalized clients who can be discharged so that hospital beds can be made available for victims of a community disaster. Which clients can be safely discharged? Select all that apply.  A client with a Holter monitor  A client receiving oral antibiotics  A client experiencing sinus rhythm 19) The nurse has received her client assignment for the day. Which client should the nurse check first?  A client who has just returned from surgery 20) The nurse is a responder at the scene of a building collapse. Which victim should the nurse care for first?  Victim with an apparent chest wall defect and asymmetrical chest wall movement 21) The nurse manager of a medical-surgical unit is asked to select the hospitalized clients who can be discharged so that hospital beds can be made available for victims of a community disaster. Which clients can be safely discharged? Select all that apply.  Client postoperative day 1 after inguinal herniorrhaphy, vital signs stable  Client 5 days after a myocardial infarction, vital signs stable, absence of dysrhythmias  Client 1 day after cardiac catheterization, normal study results, groin site free of hematoma FROM 4143 TO 5142 22) The nurse is the first responder at the scene of an accident in which a tire blowout caused a bus to roll over several times. Which victim should the nurse attend to first?  The confused 12-year-old with bright red blood pulsing from an open fracture of the femur 23) The nurse in charge of a nursing unit is asked to select those hospitalized clients who can be discharged so that hospital beds can be made available for victims of a community disaster. Which clients can be safely discharged? Select all that apply.  The client who 24 hours earlier gave birth to her second child by caesarean delivery  The 48-hour postoperative client who has undergone an ileostomy because of ulcerative colitis  The 2-day postoperative client who has undergone total knee replacement and is ambulating with a walker  The 3-day postoperative client who has undergone coronary artery bypass grafting and is ready for rehabilitation [Show More]

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