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1.  What is the priority nursing diagnosis for a patient experiencing a migraine headache? 
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2.  You are creating a teaching plan for a patient with newly diagnosed migraine headaches. Which key items should be included in the teaching plan? (Choose all that apply).   
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3.  The patient with migraine headaches has a seizure. After the seizure, which action can you delegate to the nursing assistant?   
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4.  You are preparing to admit a patient with a seizure disorder. Which of the following actions can you delegate to LPN/LVN? 
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5.  A nursing student is teaching a patient and family about epilepsy prior to the patient�s discharge. For which statement should you intervene? 
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6.  A patient with Parkinson disease has a nursing diagnosis of Impaired Physical Mobility related to neuromuscular impairment. You observe a nursing assistant performing all of these actions. For which action must you intervene? 
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7.  The nurse is preparing to discharge a patient with chronic low back pain. Which statement by the patient indicates that additional teaching is necessary? 
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8.  A patient with a spinal cord injury (SCI) complains about a severe throbbing headache that suddenly started a short time ago. Assessment of the patient reveals increased blood pressure (168/94) and decreased heart rate (48/minute), diaphoresis, and flushing of the face and neck. What action should you take first? 
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9.  Which patient should you, as charge nurse, assign to a new graduate RN who is orienting to the neurologic unit? 
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