The client who smokes.
The client who has been treated for Crohn’s disease for 20 years.
The client who has a family history of lung cancer.
The client who eats a vegetarian diet
Erythema marginatum, subcutaneous nodules, and fever
Dyspnea, fatigue, and syncope
Tachycardia, finger clubbing, and a loud second heart sound (S2)
Dyspnea, cough, and palpitations
Fiber intake of less than 10% of total calories daily
Less than 7% of calories from saturated fat
Cholesterol intake of less than 300 mg daily
Less than 40% of calories from fat
Prepare the client for epidural anesthesia to relieve pain.
Turn the client from the left side-lying position to the right side-lying position.
Instruct the client that internal fetal monitoring is necessary.
Assist the client with comfort measures and breathing techniques.
Deficient fluid volume.
Imbalanced nutrition: Less than body requirements.
Feelings of disorientation.
Did something cause your child to be upset?
Have you tried to calm down your child?
Why is your child screaming?
What happened between you and your child?
Assess lung sounds.
Insert a small-bore feeding tube.
Obtain an arterial blood gas sample.
Obtain the client’s height and weight.