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After the physician performs an amniotomy, the nurse’s first action should be to assess the:
Degree of cervical dilation
Fetal heart tones
Client’s vital signs
Client’s level of discomfort
A client is admitted to the labor and delivery unit. The nurse performs a vaginal exam and determines that the client’s cervix is 5cm dilated with 75% effacement. Based on the nurse’s assessment the client is in which phase of labor?
A newborn with narcotic abstinence syndrome is admitted to the nursery. Nursing care of the newborn should include:
Teaching the mother to provide tactile stimulation
Wrapping the newborn snugly in a blanket
Placing the newborn in the infant seat
Initiating an early infant-stimulation program
A client elects to have epidural anesthesia to relieve the discomfort of labor. Following the initiation of epidural anesthesia, the nurse should give priority to:
Checking for cervical dilation
Placing the client in a supine position
Checking the client’s blood pressure
Obtaining a fetal heart rate
The nurse is aware that the best way to prevent post- operative wound infection in the surgical client is to:
Administer a prescribed antibiotic
Wash her hands for 2 minutes before care
Wear a mask when providing care
Ask the client to cover her mouth when she coughs
The elderly client is admitted to the emergency room. Which symptom is the client with a fractured hip most likely to exhibit?
Absence of pedal pulses
The nurse knows that a 60-year-old female client’s susceptibility to osteoporosis is most likely related to:
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For complete set of this exam visit: RNpedia website.A nurse is reviewing a patient’s medication during shift change. Which of the following medication would be contraindicated if the patient were pregnant? Note: More than one answer may be correct.