D is the answer to this question. It can be very hard for a nurse to delegate a task to someone who is unlicensed but based on the choices available, D is the one that can be done easily even by those who have not received proper training.
Oatmeal is known to be effective to get rid of the uncomfortable symptoms that may be associated with eczema. This can make the skin of the newborn less flaky and itchy which can also give relief to the newborn child. The UAP is usually assigned to do simple tasks that will not put the patient’s health at risk.
Postoperative client receives a dinner tray with gelatin, pudding, and vanilla ice cream. Based on the foods on the client's tray, what would the nurse anticipate the client's current diet order to be:
Dressings are a sterile pad or compress applied to a wound to facilitate healing and protect the wound from more harm. A dressing is designed to contact the wound directly, as distinguished from the bandage, which is often used to hold a dressing in place. Many modern dressings are self-adhesive.
A dressing can have many purposes, depending upon the type, severity, and position of the wound. Bandages protect wounds from further harm or infection. It promotes healing by providing a sterile, breathable, and moist environment that reduces the risk of infection, help the wound heal quickly, and minimize scarring.
The answer to this is D. The oatmeal bath can be given to an infant with eczema. Out of all the other situations, this is the most basic one and would not require extensive knowledge. This can be done by anyone and can be taught to other family members of the infant as well if in case they would need to do it for the infant.
The other tasks will be too complicated for the UAP to do. For example bathing, someone with multiple injuries may lead to the injuries worsening. This is not a risk that the nurse should take. Monitoring the I&O will also be complicated especially if the UAP does not know what he is looking for.
The answer to this is B. it is best that you gain a better understanding of this based on the details that are mentioned. T means Tumor. This will state how large the tumor is and where the tumor is located. N stands for Node.
This will indicate if the tumor has already started to spread to the lymph nodes. If in case the answer is yes, this will state what lymph nodes are affected and how many. M stands for Metastasis. This will indicate if cancer has already spread to the other parts of the body.
If yes, where did the cancer spread and how much has the cancer spread? There are five stages that are available. 0 indicates non-invasive ductal carcinoma. The other stages will show how advanced the cancer is.
The correct answer to this question is D. A transsphenoidal hypophysectomy is a surgery that is performed to remove a tumor from the pituitary gland via the sphenoid sinus. If testing is performed on the capillary glucose every 4 hours, the excess cortisol can be controlled.
Excess cortisol can cause the client to suffer from hyperglycemia because of the insulin resistance. If a patient has Type II diabetes, their body does not use insulin correctly, also known as insulin resistance.
Urine ketone testing isn't needed because the client does secrete insulin and wouldn't be ast risk for ketosis. Urine specific gravity isn't indicated because the fluid imbalance does not indicate that the client is in any danger of infection. Temperature regulation would not indicate an infection.