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1.  The nurse caring for a client with small-bowel obstruction would plan to implement which nursing intervention first?
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2.  When evaluating a male client for complications of acute pancreatitis, the nurse would observe for:
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3.  Which condition is most likely to have a nursing diagnosis of fluid volume deficit?
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4.  A male client with cholelithiasis has a gallstone lodged in the common bile duct. When assessing this client, the nurse expects to note:
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5.  Nurse Hannah is teaching a group of middle-aged men about peptic ulcers. When discussing risk factors for peptic ulcers, the nurse should mention:
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6.  A male client has undergone a colon resection. While turning him, wound dehiscence with evisceration occurs. The nurse’s first response is to:
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7.  A male client is recovering from an ileostomy that was performed to treat inflammatory bowel disease. During discharge teaching, the nurse should stress the importance of:
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8.  What laboratory finding is the primary diagnostic indicator for pancreatitis?
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