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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.
The medication will be needed only during times of rapid growth.
The medication will be needed throughout the child’s lifetime.
The medication schedule can be arranged to allow for drug holidays.
The medication is given one time daily every other day.
Visual disturbances, including diplopia
Ascending paralysis and loss of motor function
Cogwheel rigidity and loss of coordination
Progressive weakness that is worse at the day’s end
That the baby will need daily calcium supplements
To lift the baby by the buttocks when diapering
That the condition is a temporary one
That only the bones are affected by the disease
Reduce the secretion of pancreatic enzymes
Decrease the client’s need for insulin
Prevent secretion of gastric acid
Eliminate the need for analgesia
Pain in the left lower quadrant
Atropine (atropine sulfate)
High calorie, high protein, high fat
High calorie, high carbohydrate, low protein
High calorie, low carbohydrate, high fat
High calorie, high protein, low fat
Patching one of the eyes to strengthen the muscles
Providing suckers and pinwheels to help strengthen tongue movement
Providing musical tapes to provide auditory training
Encouraging play with a video game to improve muscle coordination
The child with a myelomeningocele
The child with epispadias
The child with coxa plana
The child with rheumatic fever
Use the heel of her hand during percussion
Change the child’s position every 20 minutes
Do percussion after the child eats and at bedtime
Use cupped hands during percussion
Divide the amount into two injections and administer in each vastus lateralis muscle
Give the medication in one injection in the dorsogluteal muscle
Divide the amount in two injections and give one in the ventrogluteal muscle and one in the vastus lateralis muscle
Give the medication in one injection in the ventrogluteal muscle
Keep the bed flat, with a small pillow beneath the cast
Provide crayons and a coloring book for play activity
Increase her intake of high-calorie foods for healing
Tuck a disposable diaper beneath the cast at the perineal opening
Temperature of 100°F
Coolness and discoloration of the digits
Complaints of pain
Difficulty moving the digits
Cherry-red urine that gradually becomes clearer
Orange-tinged urine containing particles of calculi
Dark red urine that becomes cloudy in appearance
Dark, smoky-colored urine with high specific gravity
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