Urine output of 25 ml/hr.
The presence of deep tendon reflex.
Respirations of 10 breaths per minute.
Serum magnesium level of 7 mEq/L.
“I will instill the eye ointment into each of the newborn‘s conjunctival sacs.”
“I will flush the newborn‘s eyes after instilling the ointment.”
“I will clean the newborn‘s eyes before instilling the ointment.”
“I need to administer the eye ointment within an hour after maternal delivery.”
Developing German Measles.
Developing Pernicious anemia.
Developing Rh incompatibility.
Having an RH+ blood.
Meperidine hydrochloride (Demerol).
Ischemic heart disease.
“The vitamin K provides active immunity.”
“The vitamin K will prevent the occurrence of hyperbilirubinemia.”
“The vitamin K will protect the newborn from bleeding.”
“The vitamin K will serve as protection against jaundice and anemia.”
Early decelerations of the fetal heart rate.
Butorphanol tartrate (Stadol).
Red blood cell count.
Random blood sugar.
Deep tendon reflexes.
Pain, redness, swelling, or a lump is some of the adverse reaction.
Given intramuscularly in the lateral aspect of the middle third of the vastus lateralis muscle.
The need to use of contraception after immunization.
Contraindicated in a client with an allergy to duck eggs.
Have the client hold void before administration.
Place the client on a side lying position for 30 to 60 minutes after the administration.
Monitor maternal vital signs.
Have the client void before administration.
The nurse leaves the client to ask for help.
Stop the oxytocin infusion.
Increase the flow rate of the intravenous additive solution.
Place the client in the supine position.
Administer oxygen at 8 to 10 liters per minute.