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Nursing III Exam III NUR 2790 / NUR2790: Professional Nursing III / PN3 Final Exam (A GUARANTEED)

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Nursing III Exam III NUR 2790 / NUR2790: Professional Nursing III / PN3 Final Exam (A GUARANTEED) Chapter 65 The nurse is caring for a client who has sustained multiple injuries from a motor vehicle... accident. The nurse realizes that the client will have a release of stress hormones that are useful for all of the following EXCEPT: Preventing ingestion of food The nurse is planning care for a client diagnosed with acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS)? Which of the following is not included in the management of this disorder? Promoting urine output The nurse, caring for a client diagnosed with shock, realizes that the stage in which the body attempts to remedy the problem by initiating the homeostatic mechanism would be? Compensatory stage A client experiences a bee sting, complains of difficulty breathing, and shows sign of hypoxia and hypotension. The nurse realizes these are signs of anaphylactic shock, and she should do which of the following first? Give epinephrine intravenously or via endotracheal tube A client is diagnosed with failure of the left ventricle to provide adequate delivery of oxygen to the body tissues due to a weakened forward pumping function of the heart. The nurse realizes this client is experiencing: cardiogenic shock To assess if the renal system in a client diagnosed with multisystem failure is functioning properly, the nurse would expect to see urine output of: 30 mL per hour The nurse realizes that a client, diagnosed with neurogenic shock, is at risk for developing: deep vein thrombosis A client is diagnosed with septic shock. The nurse realizes that the major cause of this type of shock is: gram-negative bacteria A client is diagnosed with cardiogenic shock. The nurse should plan interventions to address which of the following potential complications of this disorder? Myocardial infarction The nurse is concerned that a client will develop neurogenic shock when which of the following is assessed? Spinal cord injury at T1 The nurse is planning care for a client diagnosed with disseminated intravascular coagulation. Which of the following should be included in this plan of care? Avoid intramuscular injections A firefighter is brought to the emergency department with complaints of headache, weakness, shortness of breath, cough, and chest pain. During the assessment of this client, the nurse realizes the client should be evaluated for: Cyanide poisoning [Show More]

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