Arterial blood gases
Changes in hearing
Red discoloration of bodily fluids
Changes in color vision
Poor iron absorption
Destruction of red blood cells
Lack of intrinsic factor
Providing the client with a favorite meal for dinner
Asking if the client has allergies to shellfish
Encouraging fluids the evening before the test
Telling the client what to expect during the test
Prevent cerebral anoxia
Keep platelets from clumping together
Medication is rarely needed after 2 weeks.
He will need to take medication the rest of his life.
The course of therapy is usually 18–24 months.
He will be re-evaluated in 1 month to see if further medication is needed.
Switching objects from one hand to another