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Option B is correct
Rest in an air-conditioned room, this will lower the body temperature and help reduce fatigue.
Taking a hot bath will increase the body temperature. Increasing the dose of muscle relaxants will not reduces fatigue. Avoiding naps during the day will not reduce fatigue.

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Here, the nurse should provide a clear path for ambulation without obstacles to make sure the client's safety specific to this impairment if that client has an impairment of cranial nerve II.

The cranial nerve II is also called the optic nerve that joins human eyes to the brain. It also carries the impulses (formed by the retina) from the eyes to the brain in the form of images. Here, all other options except D. do not ensure the client's safety specific to this impairment.

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Option B - pneumonia
Pneumonia is the most common complication of influenza. This complication is usually caused by bacterial superinfection, most commonly by Staphylococcus aureus, Streptococcus pneumoniae and Hemophilus influenzae.

Septicemia, meningitis and pulmonary edema are not complications of influenza.

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Cyanosis is a term many people probably haven’t heard of, but it seems like a common problem associated with other issues. Cyanosis is when someone’s appearance of their skin has a bluish tint to it because of not getting enough oxygen into their system.

For example, if a child began to choke on his or her food at dinnertime, then after a few minutes, the boy may be turning a bluish color. Sometimes, the bluish color may be difficult to see due to different skin tones. A darker skin tone may be difficult to see if there is a problem, but there would be other signs. If you wanted to know if cyanosis is setting in, then look at the lips.

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Call the supervisor. Confronting a coworker and relieving them of their duties should be done by a higher authority.

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Potassium is an element that is found in bananas. Humans need potassium in their bodies. If there is a potassium deficiency, then there can be problems. It is recommended that people get a certain amount of milligrams of potassium each day. For males that are nine to thirteen years old, they should get about 4,500 milligrams of potassium each day. It is probably a little more for older males.

Potassium helps with the kidneys and how they function in the body. Potassium levels of three and a half of millimoles per liter of blood is normal. If there are higher amounts, that could be dangerous to someone’s health. If a person has a potassium level of 6.0 millimoles per liter of blood, then that could mean that this patient is experiencing acute renal failure.

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When a client is from a different cultural background, the nurse should identify how these cultural variations affect the health problem. For example, if someone comes from a poorer community that gets a lot of smog, this cultural difference could mean their lungs won’t handle being pumped full of chemicals to put them under.

Someone else may be more prone to burn if left under a heat lamp due to pale skin, a cultural difference meant to keep us protected from being in the sun too much if we’re from climates that don’t have a lot of harsh sunlight.

Whatever the cultural difference is, the nurse needs to know what it is and what to do about it so that they can still treat the original malady.

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I thought that with NCLEX questions, if there is something you can do for a patient before calling the physician you should do that.

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My nursing book states that prolonged immobility= HYPERcalcemia. Which makes sense to me if you aren't using those large muscle groups and utilizing calcium for muscle contraction then it is building up leading to HYPERcalcemia

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