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Create a synergistic effect.
Increase the number of white blood cells.
Reverse drug toxicity.
TB skin test
30 minutes before meals
With each meal
In a single dose at bedtime
60 minutes after meals
Is the opening on the client’s left side
Is the opening on the distal end on the client’s left side
Is the opening on the client’s right side
Is the opening on the distal right side
Ask the client to void
Assess the blood pressure for hypotension
Check for vaginal bleeding
The need for oxygen therapy
A history of claustrophobia
A permanent pacemaker
Colorful crib mobile
Hand-held electronic games
Cars in a plastic container
30-piece jigsaw puzzle
Taking a hot bath will decrease stiffness and spasticity.
A schedule of strenuous exercise will improve muscle strength.
Rest periods should be scheduled throughout the day
Visual disturbances can be corrected with prescription glasses.
Docusate sodium (Colace)
Methyergonovine maleate (Methergine)
Bromocriptine sulfate (Parlodel)
Total Parenteral Nutrition leads to negative nitrogen balance and elevated glucose levels.
Total Parenteral Nutrition cannot be managed with oral hypoglycemics.
Total Parenteral Nutrition is a high-glucose solution that often elevates the blood glucose levels.
Total Parenteral Nutrition leads to further pancreatic disease.
The client’s knowledge of the signs of preterm labor
The client’s feelings about the pregnancy
Whether the client was using a method of birth control
The client’s thought about future children
.45 normal saline
Dextrose 1% in water
Dextrose 5% in .45 normal saline
Assess the client for allergies
Bolus the client with IV fluid Tell the client he will be asleep
Tell the client he will be asleep
Insert a urinary catheter
Provide immunity against Rh isoenzymes
Prevent the formation of Rh antibodies
Eliminate circulating Rh antibodies
Convert the Rh factor from negative to positive
Application of a short inclusive spica cast
Stabilization with a plaster-of-Paris cast
Surgery with Kirschner wire implantation
A gauze dressing only
Strain his urine
Increase his fluid intake
Report urinary frequency
Avoid prolonged sitting
Mydriatics to facilitate removal
Miotic medications such as Timoptic
A laser to smooth and reshape the lens
Silicone oil injections into the eyeball
Placing mirrors in several locations in the home
Placing a picture of herself in her bedroom
Placing simple signs to indicate the location of the bedroom, bathroom, and so on
Alternating healthcare workers to prevent boredom
Prevent the need for dressing changes
Reduce edema at the incision
Provide for wound drainage
Keep the common bile duct open
The client is experiencing an auditory hallucination.
The client is having a delusion of grandeur.
The client is experiencing paranoid delusions.
The client is intoxicated.
Lip the bottle and use a pack of sterile 4×4 for the dressing
Obtain a new bottle and label it with the date and time of first use
Ask the ward secretary when the solution was requested
Label the existing bottle with the current date and time
The baby is cold.
The baby is experiencing bradycardia.
The baby’s hands and feet are blue.
The baby is lethargic.
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