Here, the correct answer is option C. Electrocardiogram, complete blood count, testing for occult blood, comprehensive serum metabolic panel.
An Electrocardiogram or ECG is a test used to measure the electrical activity of the human heart only to identify whether it is working properly or not.
Complete Blood Count or CBC is simply a blood test that measures the components of your blood including RBCs, WBCs, platelets.
The fecal occult blood test or FOBT is a test used to check the presence of microscopic blood present in the stool.
A comprehensive serum metabolic panel or simply a comprehensive metabolic panel (CMP) is a blood test that simply tests blood sugar levels, kidney, and liver function.
In order to have a better understanding of this condition, it is best to know what Graves disease is. This is also known as an autoimmune disease that targets the thyroid. This is the condition that will normally result in people getting hyperthyroidism.
There are some signs and symptoms that you can watch out for to see some early signs of this condition one of which is sensitive to temperature. There are some people who have this condition who just cannot regulate their condition properly. The answer to this is D. The heat tolerance of people with this condition is a bit off so the temperature should be regulated accordingly.
Option D - A low tolerance for frustration.
Antisocial personality disorder has no regard for the right of others, such individual violates the right of other and have low tolerance for frustration. Such client do not demonstrate ability to maintain close, stable relationships with others because if their violent nature. They do not have history of gainful employment and they never express guilt regarding antisocial behavior.
The correct answer to this question is B. Phototherapy is the use of intense fluorescent lights to reduce serum bilirubin levels in a newborn. Injury from treatment (eye damage, dehydration, sensory deprivation) can occur. Interventions include exposing as much of the newborn's skin as possible; however, the genital area is covered.
The newborn's eyes are also covered with shields or patches to ensure the eyelids are closed. The shields are removed or shifted at least once to inspect the eyes for infection or irritation and to allow for eye contact. The nurse measures the quantity of light every 8 hours, monitors the skin temperature closely, and increases fluids to compensate for water loss.
The newborn will have loose green stools and green colored urine. The newborn's skin color is monitored every 4-8 hours with the fluorescent light turned off. The nurse monitors for bronze baby syndrome, which is a grayish-brown discoloration of the skin. The newborn is repositioned every 2 hours, and stimulation is provided.
After treatment the infant is monitored for signs of hyperbilirubinemia, because rebound elevations are normal after therapy is discontinued.
Mastitis is a condition that happens within the lactating breast. It is essential to maintain a fluid intake of at least 3000 ML/day. Mastitis is a disorder of breast tissue that most often occurs in women who breastfeed.
The infection can arise from a blocked milk duct or bacteria entering the breast through a break in the skin. A doctor may authorize antibiotics to treat the infection. They will also recommend techniques to manage the blocked duct. Most commonly prescribed antibiotic is amoxicillin.
Option D - Notify the physician.
The nurse is to inform the physician of the changes noticed in the child.
Extension of the upper extremities and internal rotation of arm and wrist, extended lower extremities and internal rotation of knee and feet in a child in decorticate posturing are signs of decerebrate posturing which points out severe damage to the brain.
The physician must be informed as soon as possible.
Option C - hourlyurine output.
The assesment that is of highest priority is the hourly urine output of the patient. This has to be done to watch and monitor the current state of the kidney that is left.
Tolerance for sip of clear fluid - bowel sounds must be recorded before liquids can be introduced.
The patient might be in pains and not want to change position.
Temperature and other vital signs are also important assessments for the patients but the most important is the hourly urine output.