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1.  Which intervention is most important for the nurse to use to prevent infection by cross-contamination in the client who has open burn wounds?    
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2.  The client who experienced an inhalation injury 6 hours ago has been wheezing. When the client is assessed, wheezes are no longer heard. What is the nurse’s best action?    
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3.  The client, who is 2 weeks postburn with a 40% deep partial-thickness injury, still has open wounds. On taking the morning vital signs, the client is found to have a below-normal temperature, is hypotensive, and has diarrhea. What is the nurse’s best action?        
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4.  What is the priority nursing diagnosis during the first 24 hours for a client with full-thickness chemical burns on the anterior neck, chest, and all surfaces of the left arm?    
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5.  What is the priority nursing diagnosis for a client in the rehabilitative phase of recovery from a burn injury?    
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6.  The burned client on admission is drooling and having difficulty swallowing. What is the nurse’s best first action?      
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7.  The client has a deep partial-thickness injury to the posterior neck. Which intervention is most important to use during the acute phase to prevent contractures associated with this injury?    
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8.  Which type of fluid should the nurse expect to prepare and administer as fluid resuscitation during the emergent phase of burn recovery?      
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9.  What statement by the client indicates the need for further discussion regarding the outcome of skin grafting (allografting) procedures?      
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10.  When should ambulation be initiated in the client who has sustained a major burn?    
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