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
The medication can cause dental staining.
The client will need to avoid a high-carbohydrate diet.
The client will need a regularly scheduled CBC.
The medication can cause problems with drowsiness.
The infant should not be circumcised.
Surgical correction will be done by 6 months of age.
Surgical correction is delayed until 6 years of age.
The infant should be circumcised to facilitate voiding.
Failing to recognize familiar objects
Wandering at night
Failing to communicate
Take the medication 30 minutes before eating.
Report changes in appetite and weight.
Wear sunglasses to prevent cataracts.
Schedule a time to take the influenza vaccine.
Place the client in a prone position 15–30 minutes twice a day
Keep the foot of the bed elevated on shock blocks
Place trochanter rolls on either side of the affected leg
Keep the client’s leg elevated on two pillows
Place the implant in a biohazard bag and return it to the lab
Give the client a pair of gloves and ask her to reinsert the implant
Use tongs to pick up the implant and return it to a lead-lined container
Discard the implant in the commode and double-flush
Tell the client to avoid a tub bath for 48 hours
Tell the client to expect clay-colored stools
Tell the client that she can expect lower abdominal pain for the next week
Tell the client that she can resume a regular diet in the next 24 hours
To drink additional fluids throughout the day
To avoid contact sports for 1–2 months
To have a snack twice a day to prevent hypoglycemia
To continue antibiotic therapy for 6 months
With meals and snacks
Daily in the morning
Broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage
Shrimp, legumes, bran cereals
Meat, eggs, dairy products
Peanut butter, raisins, molasses
20–30 minutes three times a week
45 minutes two times a week
1 hour four times a week
1 hour two times a week
Elevate the client’s right arm on pillows
Place the client’s right arm in a dependent sling
Keep the client’s right arm on the bed beside her
Place the client’s right arm across her body
Short, abrupt muscle contraction
Quick, bilateral severe jerking movements
Abrupt loss of muscle tone
A brief lapse in consciousness
Cogentin (benzatropine mesylate)
Depakote (divalproex sodium)
Playing video games
Working crossword puzzles
Playing slow-pitch softball
The client can have a higher-calorie diet.
The client has good control of her diabetes.
The client requires adjustment in her insulin dose.
The client has poor control of her diabetes.
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