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HESI MED SURG Form B | Questions and Verified Answers | LATEST, 2020/ 2021 1. Which action is most important for the nurse to implement to reduce the risk for DVT in a post op client. A. Change... the client’s IV access site in the next 72 h B. Assist the client in turning from side to side q 2h C. Advise the client to perform leg exercises regularly D. Encourage frequent cough and deep breathing exercises 2. A male tells the clinic nurse that he is experiencing burning on urination, and assessment reveals that he had sexual intercourse four days ago with a woman he casually met. Which action should the nurse implement. A. Assess for perineal itching, erythema, and excoriation B. Obtain a specimen of urethral drainage for culture C. Observe the perineal area for a chancroid-like lesion D. Identify all sexual partners in the last four days 3. The nurse is planning care for a pt with CKD who is a resident at a long term care facility. The pt is anuric and has hemodialysis 3x per week. Which intervention should the nurse include in the pt's plan of care? A. plan meals that include dark leafy veg B. use adult briefs to prevent skin breakdown C. monitor for signs of bleeding D. record strict urinary output 4. A client with eczema is using an OTC topical product with urea 10% OTC (Aqua Care Cream) to the affected skin areas. Which finding reflects the expected therapeutic response. A. Hydration of affected dry skin areas B. Healing with a return to normal skin appearance C. Reduced pain in eczematous areas D. Decreased weeping of ulcerations in affected area 5. A male client with a primary lung cancer was told by his healthcare provider that he now has a secondary tumor. After the healthcare provider leaves, the client asks the nurse what "secondary tumor" means. What response would be best for the nurse to provide. A. Tell me why you are concerned about this term? B. Your original cancer has spread to another location C. You need to remain hopeful, treatment can still be effective D. Let me call your health care provider back to explain the meaning of secondary tumors. 6. The UAP reports to the nurse that a client who was admitted with abdominal pain has just had a large black tarry stool. What intervention should the nurse implement first. A. Test the stool for occult blood B. Obtain consent for a blood transfusion C. Review history for gastrointestinal bleeding D. Notify the rapid response team 7. A male client who reports feeling chronically fatigued has a hemoglobin of 11.0 grams/dl (110 mmol/L or SI), hematocrit of 34% and microcytic and hypochromic red blood cells. Based on the findings, which dinner selection should the nurse suggest for the patient? A. Beef steak with steam broccoli and orange slices B. Cheese pasta and a lettuce and tomato salad C. Broil white fish with a baked sweet potato D. Grill shrimp and seasoned rice with asparagus salad. 8. The nurse is preparing a client for a bronchoscopy. While obtaining consent, the client complaints of thirst and admits to drinking a small amount of orange juice two hours ago. What action should the nurse take? A. Offer the client ice chip. B. Administer and antiemetic. C. Delay procedure for 6 hours. D. Increase intravenous flow rate. 9. A client uses triamcinolone (Kenalog), a corticosteroid ointment, to manage pruritus caused by a chronic skin rash. The client calls the clinic nurse to report increased erythema with purulent exudate at the site. What action should the nurse implement? A. Advise the client to apply plastic wrap over the ointment to promote healing B. Instruct the client to continue the ointment until all erythema is relieved C. Explain that the client needs to complete all prescribed doses of the medication. D. Schedule an appointment for the client to see the healthcare provider. 10. The nurse learns in changes of shift report that x-ray report for newly admitted client indicates consolidation in the left lower lung. What action should the nurse take? A. Administer a PRN dose of a bronchodilator. B. Complete an assessment of respiratory status [Show More]

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