The presenting part is below the ischial spines
The woman tells you she needs to push.
The amniotic membranes have ruptured.
The cervix is thin and fully dilated.
Right lateral side-lying position
Sitting on the edge of bed and leaning over the bedside table, with the feet supported on a stool
Supine, with the right side of the right upper abdomen exposed
Decrease the infant’s temperature by sponge bath.
Report the finding to the physician.
Record the infant’s temperature.
Assess the sac for feces or urine contamination.
5% dextrose in 0.9% saline
5% dextrose in water
5% dextrose in lactated Ringer’s solution
Pain in the abdomen, relieved by eating
Gnawing pain in the midepigastric area one hour after eating
Sour taste in the mouth
Place the client in left-side lying position.
Notify the physician.
Clamp the intravenous catheter.
Rub the infiltrated area.
Remove the intravenous device.
Elevate the extremity.
A client with dysphasia
A client with an inflammatory bowel disease
A client with reflux esophagitis
A client ordered for an initial feeding after a complete bowel rest
High pH; high bicarbonate concentration
Low pH; high PCO2
High pH; low PCO2
Low pH; low bicarbonate concentration