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What would the nurse do to ensure the client's safety specific to this impairment? A male client has an impairment of cranial nerve II.

What would the nurse do to ensure the client's safety specific to this impairment?

A male client has an impairment of cranial nerve II.

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A. Speak loudly to the client
B. Test the temperature of the shower water
C. Check the temperature of the food on the delivery tray.
D. Provide a clear path for ambulation without obstacles
Asked by Bramwell, Last updated: May 30, 2020

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Anika Nicole

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Anika Nicole, Wordsmith, PG In Journalism, New York

Answered Dec 04, 2018

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.

 

H. Martin

H. Martin, Content Writer, Charlotte

Answered Oct 23, 2018

Option D is the right answer.
Provide a clear path for ambulation without obstacles is what the nurse should do to ensure the client's safety specific to the impairment of cranial nerve II (optic nerve).

Speaking loudly to the client, testing the temperature of the shower water and checking the temperature of the food on the delivery tray do not ensure specific safety to the impaired cranial nerve.

 

John Adney

John Adney

Answered Jul 19, 2017

Check the temperature of the food on the dietary tray

 

John Smith

John Smith

Answered Sep 08, 2016

Provide a clear path for ambulation without obstacles -cranial nerve ii is the optic nerve, which governs vision. the nurse can provide safety for the visually impaired client by clearing the path of obstacles when ambulating. testing the shower water temperature would be useful if there were an impairment of peripheral nerves. speaking loudly may help overcome a deficit of cranial nerve viii (vestibulocochlear). cranial nerve vii (facial) and ix (glossopharyngeal) control taste from the anterior two thirds and posterior third of the tongue, respectively.
 

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