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Checking stools for occult blood
Performing range-of-motion exercises to the left side
Keeping skin clean and dry
Elevating the head of the bed to 30 degrees
Destroys the odor-proof seal
Wont affect the colostomy system
Is appropriate for relieving the gas in a colostomy system
Destroys the moisture barrier seal
Widened pulse pressure
Reducing sodium promotes urea nitrogen excretion
Reducing sodium improves her glomerular filtration rate
Reducing sodium increases potassium absorption
Reducing sodium decreases edema
Limit oral fluid intake for 1 to 2 weeks
Report the presence of fine, sandlike particles through the nephrostomy tube.
Notify the physician about cloudy or foul smelling urine
Report bright pink urine within 24 hours after the procedure
Deficient fluid volume related to osmotic diuresis
Decreased cardiac output related to elevated heart rate
Imbalanced nutrition: Less than body requirements related to insulin deficiency
Ineffective thermoregulation related to dehydration
Onset to be at 2 p.m. and its peak at 3 p.m.
Onset to be at 2:15 p.m. and its peak at 3 p.m.
Onset to be at 2:30 p.m. and its peak at 4 p.m.
Onset to be at 4 p.m. and its peak at 6 p.m.
52 mm Hg
88 mm Hg
48 mm Hg
68 mm Hg
Eversion of the right nipple and a mobile mass
Nonmobile mass with irregular edges
Mobile mass that is oft and easily delineated
Nonpalpable right axillary lymph nodes
Enterostomal nurse therapist
When sexual activity starts
After age 60
After age 40
Before age 20
Fluid intake for the last 24 hours
Baseline arterial blood gas (ABG) levels
Prior outcomes of weaning
Electrocardiogram (ECG) results
Perform breast self-examination annually
Have a mammogram annually
Have a hormonal receptor assay annually
Have a physician conduct a clinical evaluation every 2 years
Has very low complication rate
Maintains reduction and overall hand function
Is less bothersome than a cast
Is best for older people
“Be sure to eat meat at every meal.”
“Monitor your fruit intake and eat plenty of bananas.”
“Restrict your salt intake.”
“Drink plenty of fluids.”
Tell the client’s spouse or partner to be supportive while she recovers.
Encourage the client to proceed with the next phase of treatment.
Recommend that the client remain cheerful for the sake of her children.
Refer the client to the American Cancer Society’s Reach for Recovery program or another support program.
The test will evaluate prostatic function.
The test was ordered to identify the site of a possible infection.
The test was ordered because clients who have testicular cancer has elevated levels of HCG.
The test was ordered to evaluate the testosterone level.
A skin rash.
A dry cough.
Tenting of chest skin when pinched.
Rapid filling of hand veins.
A pulse that isn’t easily obliterated.
Neck vein distention
Avoid focusing on his weight.
Increase his activity level.
Follow a regular diet.
Continue leading a high-stress lifestyle.
Administer aspirin if the temperature exceeds 38.8º C.
Inspect the skin for petechiae once every shift.
Provide for frequent periods of rest.
Place the client in strict isolation.
Poor peripheral perfusion
A possible Hematologic problem
A psychosomatic disorder
Left-sided heart failure