“You may have eaten contaminated restaurant food.”
“You could have gotten it by using I.V. drugs.”
“You must have received an infected blood transfusion.”
“You probably got it by engaging in unprotected sex.”
Whole blood and albumin.
Platelets and packed red blood cells.
Fresh frozen plasma and whole blood.
Cryoprecipitate and fresh frozen plasma.
Severe abdominal pain radiating to the shoulder.
Anorexia, nausea, and vomiting.
Eructation and constipation.
Place the client in a private room.
Wear a mask when handling the client’s bedpan.
Wash the hands after touching the client.
Wear a gown when providing personal care for the client.
Contact with infected blood
Blood transfusions with infected blood
Eating contaminated shellfish
Sexual contact with an infected person
Elevated hemoglobin level
Elevated serum bilirubin level
Elevated blood urea nitrogen level
Decreased erythrocycle sedimentation rate
Clay- colored stools
Shortness of breath
Use of sterile syringes and needles
Safe food preparation and food handling by vendors
Proper disposal of human excreta and personal hygiene
Immediate reporting of water pipe leaks and illegal water connections
Premarin (conjugated estrogens)
Empty the bedpan while wearing gloves.
Suggest diversional activities.
Monitor dietary preferences.
Reports signs and symptoms of jaundice.
Exposed with arsenic compounds at work
Working as local plumber
Working at hemodialysis clinic
Dish washer in restaurants
“I will examine the child for symptoms of hepatitis B”
“Your child will start the series again”
“Your child will get the next dose as soon as possible”
“Your child will have a hepatitis titer done to determine if immunization has taken place.”
May be transmitted with sexual contact
Inflammation of the liver
Put on a mask and gown before entering the patient’s room.
Wear gloves and a gown when removing the patient’s bedpan.
Prevent the droplet spread of the organism.
Use caution when bringing food to the patient.
The patient has chronic nausea and vomiting
The patient is giving the medication by the IM route to her lateral thigh.
The patient has a temperature of 99.7o F orally.
The patient complains of chronic fatigue, muscle aches, and anorexia.
The patient’s gums appear very pink and swollen.
The patient’s blood glucose is increased to 162 mg/dL
The patient has a non-tender swelling above the clavicle.
The patient has 1+ pitting edema in the feet and ankles.
Be drawn in the same syringe and given in one injection.
Be mixed and inject in the same sites.
Not be mixed and the nurse must give three injections in three sites.
Be mixed and the nurse must give the injection in three sites.