Elevated serum calcium.
Low serum parathyroid hormone (PTH).
Elevated serum vitamin D.
Low urine calcium.
A diet high in grains.
A diet with adequate caloric intake.
A high protein diet.
A restricted sodium diet.
Partial thromboplastin time.
The left clavicle and right lower sternum.
Right of midline below the bottom rib and the left shoulder.
The upper and lower halves of the sternum.
The right side of the sternum just below the clavicle and left of the precordium.
The frequency and intensity of bowel sounds varies depending on the phase of digestion.
In the presence of intestinal obstruction. bowel sounds will be louder and higher pitched.
A swishing or buzzing sound may represent the turbulent blood flow of a bruit and is not normal.
All of the above.
Irrigate the eye repeatedly with normal saline solution.
Place fluorescein drops in the eye.
Patch the eye.
Test visual acuity.
Complaints of pain during repositioning.
Scant bloody discharge on the surgical dressing.
Complaints of pain following physical therapy.
Temperature of 101.8 F (38.7 C).
Notify the physician.
Restrain the patient’s limbs.
Position the patient on his/her side with the head flexed forward.
Administer rectal diazepam.