Both eyes are assessed together. followed by the assessment of the right and then the left eye.
The right eye is tested followed by the left eye. and then both eyes are tested.
The client is asked to stand at a distance of 40ft. from the chart and is asked to read the largest line on the chart.
The client is asked to stand at a distance of 40ft from the chart and to read the line than can be read 200 ft away by an individual with unimpaired vision.
The client can read at a distance of 60 feet what a client with normal vision can read at 20 feet.
The client is legally blind.
The client’s vision is normal
The client can read only at a distance of 20 feet what a client with normal vision can read at 60 feet.
Disturbed sensory perception
An osmotic diuretic
A miotic agent
A mydriatic medication
A thiazide diuretic
Call the physician
Administer the ordered main medication and antiemetic
Reassure the client that this is normal.
Turn the client on his or her operative side
“I will take Aspirin if I have any discomfort.”
“I will sleep on the side that I was operated on.”
“I will wear my eye shield at night and my glasses during the day.”
“I will not lift anything if it weighs more that 10 pounds.”
“Although some vision as been lost and cannot be restored. further loss may be prevented by adhering to the treatment plan.”
“Your vision will return as soon as the medications begin to work.”
“Your vision will never return to normal.”
“Your vision loss is temporary and will return in about 3-4 weeks.”
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