Depression and suicidal ideation
Tachycardia and diarrhea
Muscle cramping and abdominal pain
Tachycardia and euphoric mood
Right breech presentation
Right occipital anterior presentation
Left sacral anterior presentation
Left occipital transverse presentation
Bronchiolar inflammation and dyspnea
Hypersecretion of abnormally viscous mucus
Infectious processes causing mucosal edema
Spasm of bronchiolar smooth muscle
Serve high-calorie foods she can carry with her
Encourage her appetite by sending out for her favorite foods
Serve her small, attractively arranged portions
Allow her in the unit kitchen for extra food whenever she pleases
Hips are resting on the bed, with the legs suspended at a right angle to the bed
Hips are slightly elevated above the bed and the legs are suspended at a right angle to the bed
Hips are elevated above the level of the body on a pillow and the legs are suspended parallel to the bed
Hips and legs are flat on the bed, with the traction positioned at the foot of the bed
The nurse covers the lesions with a sterile dressing.
The nurse wears gloves when providing care.
The nurse administers a prescribed antibiotic.
The nurse administers oxygen
15 minutes after the infusion
30 minutes before the infusion
1 hour after the infusion
2 hours after the infusion
Refrain from keeping the diaphragm in longer than 4 hours
Keep the diaphragm in a cool location
Have the diaphragm resized if she gains 5 pounds
Have the diaphragm resized if she has any surgery
"I’m wearing a support bra."
"I’m expressing milk from my breast."
"I’m drinking four glasses of fluid during a 24-hour period."
"While I’m in the shower, I’ll allow the water to run over my breasts."
Absence of ability to smell
Absence of eye movement
Change the color of her urine
Cause mental confusion
Cause changes in taste
Check the calcium level
Perform a pregnancy test
Monitor apical pulse
Obtain a creatinine level
Limit the client’s activity
Encourage a high-carbohydrate diet
Utilize an incentive spirometer to improve respiratory function
A titanium hip replacement
Allergies to antibiotics
Inability to move his feet
Changes in vision
Changes in skin color
The client with diabetes with a blood glucose of 95mg/dL
The client with hypertension being maintained on Lisinopril
The client with chest pain and a history of angina
The client with Raynaud’s disease
Once per day in the morning
Three times per day with meals
Once per day at bedtime
Four times per day
The lens controls stimulation of the retina.
The lens orchestrates eye movement.
The lens focuses light rays on the retina.
The lens magnifies small objects.
Anesthetize the cornea
Dilate the pupils
Constrict the pupils
Paralyze the muscles of accommodation
Allow 5 minutes between the two medications.
The medications may be used together.
The medications should be separated by a cycloplegic drug
The medications should not be used in the same client.
Report ankle edema
Check his blood pressure daily
Refrain from using a microwave oven
Monitor his pulse rate
Increase intake of meats.
Avoid citrus fruits.
Perform pericare with hydrogen peroxide.
Drink a glass of cranberry juice every day.
"I will make sure I eat breakfast within 2 hours of taking my insulin."
"I will need to carry candy or some form of sugar with me all the time."
"I will eat a snack around three o’clock each afternoon."
"I can save my dessert from supper for a bedtime snack."
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