Avoid high-fiber foods
Restrict the amount of fluid intake
Limit the calorie intake
Encourage the patient to increase fluid intake
Gowns, shoe cover, gloves, and eyewear
Mask and gloves
Gowns and gloves
Mask, gown, and gloves
GI tract skin
Stimulate thyroid gland production
Activate parathyroid production
Maintain electrolyte balance
Activate the immune response
Glucose tablets and subcutaneous glucagon should be made available.
If the client is exercising, the evening dose of NPH insulin can be discontinued.
Urine should be monitored for the presence of acetone.
Assess for signs of coma and drowsiness.
When I can swallow food without vomiting.
When I’m comfortable eating solid food.
When my GI system is completely healed.
When my bowels begin to function again, and I begin to pass gas.
Give her some Ipecac.
Feed her some burnt bread.
Give her some aspirin.
Make her drink lots of water.
Extinguish the fire.
Call the fire department and report the situation.
Rescue the client and transfer to a safe place.
Contain the fire.
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