Educating a newly admitted burn client regarding the use of pressure garments.
Obtaining an anaerobic culture specimen from a superficial burn wound.
Administering tetracycline with a glass of milk to a client with cellulitis.
Discussing the use of herpes zoster vaccine with a 20-year-old client.
Red-purplish scaly lesions.
Silvery-white scaly patches on the scalp. elbows. knees. and sacral regions.
Clear. thin nail beds.
Oily skin and absence of pruritus.
A white color to the skin. which is insensitive to touch.
A pink. edematous hand.
A fiery red skin with edema in the nail beds.
Black fingertips surrounded by an erythematous rash.
Bilateral erythema of the face and neck.
Bluish color around the earlobes and lips.
Dark brown spotting on the back and chest.
Yellow color of the skin and sclera.
Remove jewelry and constricting clothing from the victim.
Move the victim to a safe area away from the snake and encourage the victim to rest.
Immobilize the affected extremity.
Place the extremity in a position so that it is below the level of the heart.
Wood’s light examination.
Culture of the lesion.
Monitoring the surgical site for swelling. bleeding or pain.
Teaching the client about risk factors for squamous cell carcinoma.
Discussing the reasons for avoiding aspirin use for a week after surgery.
Showing the client how to take care for the surgical site at home.
A firm. nodular lesion topped with crust.
A pearly papule with a central crater and a waxy border.
An irregularly shaped lesion.
A small papule with a dry. rough scale.
All the toenails are thickened and yellow.
Silver scaling is present on the elbows and knees.
An irregular border is seen on a black mole on the scalp.
Numerous striae are noted across the abdomen and buttocks.
“Apply calamine lotion immediately to the exposed skin areas.”
“It is not necessary to do anything if you cannot see anything on your skin.”
“Come to the emergency department.”
“Take a shower immediately. lathering. and rinsing several times.”