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1.  An adult client’s insulin dosage is 10 units of regular insulin and 15 units of NPH insulin in the morning. The client should be taught to expect the first insulin peak:
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2.  An order is written to start an IV on a 74-year-old client who is getting ready to go to the operating room for a total hip replacement. What gauge of catheter would best meet the needs of this client?
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3.  A two-year-old child with congestive heart failure has been receiving digoxin for one week. The nurse needs to recognize that an early sign of digitalis toxicity is:
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4.  Which of the following is least likely to influence the potential for a client to comply with lithium therapy after discharge?
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5.  Which of the following is least likely to influence the potential for a client to comply with lithium therapy after discharge?
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