Is asleep 30 minutes after the injection
Asks for extra servings on his meal tray
Has an increased urinary output
States that he is feeling less nauseated
Premarin (conjugated estrogens)
Cornflakes, whole milk, banana, and coffee
Scrambled eggs, bacon, toast, and coffee
Oatmeal, apple juice, dry toast, and coffee
Pancakes, ham, tomato juice, and coffee
The child should not play on his rocking horse.
Applying warm compresses to decrease pain.
Diapering should be avoided for 1–2 weeks.
The child will need a special diet to promote healing.
Keep crackers at the bedside for eating before she arises
Drink a glass of whole milk before going to sleep at night
Skip breakfast but eat a larger lunch and dinner
Drink a glass of orange juice after adding a couple of teaspoons of sugar
The nurse leaves the stethoscope in the client’s room for future use.
The nurse cleans the stethoscope with alcohol and returns it to the exam room.
The nurse uses the stethoscope to assess the blood pressure of other assigned clients.
The nurse cleans the stethoscope with water, dries it, and returns it to the nurse’s station.