A patient with leukopenia.
A patient receiving broad-spectrum antibiotics.
A postoperative patient who has undergone orthopedic surgery.
A newly diagnosed diabetic patient.
Is a protective response to clear the respiratory tract of irritants.
Is primarily a voluntary action.
Is induced by the administration of an antitussive drug.
Can be inhibited by “splinting” the abdomen.
Subclavian and jugular veins.
Brachial and subclavian veins.
Femoral and subclavian veins.
Brachial and femoral veins.
Potential for clot formation.
Potential for bleeding.
Presence of an antigen-antibody response.
Presence of cardiac enzymes.
IM injection or an IV solution.
IV or an intradermal injection.
Intradermal or subcutaneous injection.
IM or a subcutaneous injection.
Prothrombin and coagulation time.
Blood typing and cross-matching.
Bleeding and clotting time.
Complete blood count (CBC) and electrolyte levels.
Distended neck veins
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
Decrease burning sensations.
Change the urine’s color.
Change the urine’s concentration.
Inhibit the growth of microorganisms.
Early in the morning.
After the patient eats a light breakfast.
After aerosol therapy.
After chest physiotherapy.
Assess femoral, popliteal, and pedal pulses every 15 minutes for 2 hours.
Check the pressure dressing for sanguineous drainage.
Assess a vital signs every 15 minutes for 2 hours.
Order a hemoglobin and hematocrit count 1 hour after the arteriography.
Shaving the site on the day before surgery.
Applying a topical antiseptic to the skin on the evening before surgery.
Having the patient take a tub bath on the morning of surgery.
Having the patient shower with an antiseptic soap on the evening before and the morning of surgery.
Been certified by the National League for Nursing.
Received credentials from the Philippine Nurses’ Association.
Graduated from an associate degree program and is a registered professional nurse.
Completed a master’s degree in the prescribed clinical area and is a registered professional nurse.
Increases partial thromboplastin time
Acute pulsus paradoxus
An impaired or traumatized blood vessel wall
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
Soap or detergent to promote emulsification
Hot water to destroy bacteria
A disinfectant to increase surface tension
All of the above
Mode of transmission
Portal of entry
Increased urine acidity and relaxation of the perineal muscles, causing incontinence.
Urine retention, bladder distention, and infection.
Diuresis, natriuresis, and decreased urine specific gravity.
Decreased calcium and phosphate levels in the urine.
The first glove should be picked up by grasping the inside of the cuff.
The second glove should be picked up by inserting the gloved fingers under the cuff outside the glove.
The gloves should be adjusted by sliding the gloved fingers under the sterile cuff and pulling the glove over the wrist
The inside of the glove is considered sterile
Pain or discomfort at the IV insertion site
Edema and warmth at the IV insertion site
A red streak exiting the IV insertion site
Frank bleeding at the insertion site
Strict isolation is required.
Terminal disinfection is performed.
Invasive procedures are performed.
Protective isolation is necessary.
Prepare the injection site with alcohol.
Use a needle that’s a least 1” long.
Aspirate for blood before injection.
Rub the site vigorously after the injection to promote absorption.