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1.  Situation . Hearing, impairment appears to be common among elderly patients. But also occurs among children.8. One of your client's has just undergone an ear surgery. Which of the following would be inappropriate in planning for his care?
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2.  After a client receives an IM injection, he complains of a burning pain in the injection site. Which nursing action whould be best to take at this time? 
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3.  To gain access to a vein and an artery, an external shunt may be used for clients who require hemodialysis. The most serious problem with an external shunt is. 
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4.   Intramedullary nailing is used in the treatment of: 
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5.  A man has sprained his ankle. The physician would order cold applied to the injured area to. 
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6.  A patient who has a diagnosis is metastatic cancer of the kidney is told by the physician that the kidney needs to be removed. The patient asks the nurse. "What should I do?"Which of the following responses by the nurse would be most therapeutic? 
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7.  Situation: Larry was admitted at Manila Doctor's Hospital because of a second-degree burn wound.5. Larry’s anterior trunk, both front upper extremities, both lower extremities sustained second and third degree burn. Estimate the total percentage of body surface area burned using the Rule of Nines.
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8.  3. A male client brings a list of his prescribed medications to the clinic. During the initial assessment, he tells the nurse that he has been experiencing delayed ejaculation. Which drug class is associated with this problem?
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9.  An observation consistent with complete-airway obstruction is: 
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10.  Situation : One of the main fools of the nursing profession is the use of therapeutic communication. The following situation would require you of your communication skills.The nurse assessing a male client who has been admitted  for treatment of alcoholism. Which question by the nurse is  least appropriate? 
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11.  Total parenteral nutrition is ordered for an adult. Which nutrient is not likely to be in the solution? 
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12.  A registered nurse who works in the preoperative area of the operating room notices that a client is scheduled for a partial mastectomy and axillary lymph node removal the following week. The nurse should make sure, that the client is well educated about her surgery by: 
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13.  ASA (aspirin) is being administered to a client. The nurse understands that the most common mechanism of action for nonnarcotic analgesic is their ability to: 
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