"You are having an allergic reaction. I will get an order for Benadryl."
"That feeling of warmth is normal when the dye is injected."
"That feeling of warmth indicates that the clots in the coronary vessels are dissolving."
"I will tell your doctor and let him explain to you the reason for the hot feeling that you are experiencing."
The nursing assistant wears gloves while giving the client a bath.
The nurse wears goggles while drawing blood from the client.
The doctor washes his hands before examining the client.
The nurse wears gloves to take the client’s vital signs.
The client loses consciousness
The client vomits.
The client’s ECG indicates tachycardia
The client has a grand mal seizure
Examine the perianal area with a flashlight 2 or 3 hours after the child is asleep
Scrape the skin with a piece of cardboard and bring it to the clinic
Obtain a stool specimen in the afternoon
Bring a hair sample to the clinic for evaluation
Treatment is not recommended for children less than 10 years of age
The entire family should be treated
Medication therapy will continue for 1 year
Intravenous antibiotic therapy will be ordered
The client receiving linear accelerator radiation therapy for lung cancer
The client with a radium implant for cervical cancer
The client who has just been administered soluble brachytherapy for thyroid cancer
The client who returned from placement of iridium seeds for prostate cancer
The client with Cushing’s disease
The client with diabetes
The client with acromegaly
The client with myxedema