The client can be placed in a room with another client with measles (rubeola)..
A special mask (N95) should be worn when working with the client..
Must maintain a spatial distance of 3 feet..
Gloves should be only worn when giving direct care..
A travel blogger who needs tuberculosis testing after an exposure to a person with TB during his trip..
An elderly woman who has a history of a methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) leg wound infection..
A pregnant woman with a blister-like rash on the face and is possibly having varicella..
An infant with a runny nose and whose older brother has pertussis..
Implement contact precautions when handling the client..
Educate the client and family members on ways to prevent transmission of VRE..
Monitor the results of the laboratory culture and sensitivity test..
Collaborate with other departments when the client is transported for ordered test..
Asking clients about the duration of antibiotic therapy..
Demonstrating correct handwashing techniques to client and family..
Disinfecting blood pressure cuffs after clients are discharged..
Screening clients for upper respiratory tract symptoms..
A cotton ball
A tongue depressor and flashlight
Offering the client pamphlets on support groups for brain cancer
Asking the client if there is anything he or his family needs
Reminding the client that advances in technology are occurring everyday
Providing accurate information about the disease and treatment options
Feed the infant glucose water (10%)
Place infant in a warmer
“Have you noticed a change in the force of the urinary system?”
“Have you noticed a change in tolerance of certain foods in your diet?”
“Do you notice polyuria in the AM?”
“Do you notice any burning with urination or any odor to the urine?”
Turn off the infusion
Turn the client to the left
Change the fluid to Ringer’s Lactate
Increase mainline IV rate