Direct contact with an infected individual
Sexual contact with an infected individual
“We will be sure to not leave hot liquids unattended.”
“I guess my child needs to understand what the word ‘hot’ means.”
“We will be sure that our child stays in his room when we work in the kitchen.”
“We will install a safety gate as soon as we get home so that our child can’t get into the kitchen.”
A task approach method is used to provide care to clients.
Managed care concepts and tools are used when providing client care.
Nursing staff are led by a nurse when providing care to a group of clients.
A single registered nurse is responsible for providing nursing care to a group of clients.
A client who requires wound irrigation
A client who requires frequent ambulation
A client who is receiving continuous tube feedings
A client who requires frequent vital signs after a cardiac catheterization
Failure to replace body fluids
Increased risk of hypotension
Failure to teach the client adequately
Increased need to protect the client
Excessive bumetanide administration
Lack of follow-up nursing actions
Monitor the client’s ability to void.
Maintain the client in a flat position.
Restrict fluid intake for a period of 2 hours.
Monitor the client’s ability to move the extremities.
Inspect the puncture site for swelling, redness, and drainage.
Maintain the client on a nothing-by-mouth (NPO) status for 24 hours.
A client complaining of muscle aches. a headache. and malaise
A client who twisted her ankle when she fell while rollerblading
A client with a minor laceration on the index finger sustained while cutting an eggplant
A client with chest pain who states that he just ate pizza that was made with a very spicy sauce
Decline to sign the will.
Sign the will as a witness to the signature only.
Call the hospital lawyer before signing the will.
Sign the will. clearly identifying credentials and employment agency.
“I enjoy exercising but I need to be careful.”
“I need to pace my activities throughout the day.”
“I need to limit playing football to only the weekends.”
“I should gauge my activity level by my energy level.”
“I should exercise in the evening to encourage a good sleep pattern.”
Inserting a Foley catheter
Administering furosemide (Lasix)
Administering morphine sulfate intravenously
Transporting the client to the coronary care unit
Placing the client in a low Fowler’s side-lying position