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1.  Which information obtained by assessment ensures that the client's respiratory efforts are currently adequate?    
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2.  The newly admitted client has a large burned area on the right arm. The burned area appears red, has blisters, and is very painful. How should this injury be categorized?
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3.  During the acute phase, the nurse applied gentamicin sulfate (topical antibiotic) to the burn before dressing the wound. The client has all the following manifestations. Which manifestation indicates that the client is having an adverse reaction to this topical agent?    
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4.  All of the following laboratory test results on a burned client's blood are present during the emergent phase. Which result should the nurse report to the physician immediately?      
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5.  The newly admitted client has burns on both legs. The burned areas appear white and leather-like. No blisters or bleeding are present, and the client states that he or she has little pain. How should this injury be categorized?
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6.  Ten hours after the client with 50% burns is admitted, her blood glucose level is 90 mg/dL. What is the nurse’s best action?  
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7.  In reviewing the burned client's laboratory report of white blood cell count with differential, all the following results are listed. Which laboratory finding indicates the possibility of sepsis?    
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8.  What statement by the client indicates the need for further discussion regarding the outcome of skin grafting (allografting) procedures?      
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9.  The burned client relates the following history of previous health problems. Which one should alert the nurse to the need for alteration of the fluid resuscitation plan?      
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10.  The burned client's family ask at what point the client will no longer be at increased risk for infection. What is the nurse’s best response?    
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