Using oil- or cream-based soaps
Flossing between the teeth
The intake of salt
Using an electric razor
Apply the new tie before removing the old one.
Have a helper present.
Hold the tracheotomy with the nondominant hand while removing the old tie.
Ask the doctor to suture the tracheostomy in place.
Turning the client to the left side
Milking the tube to ensure patency
Slowing the intravenous infusion
Notifying the physician
Need more calories
Be more susceptible to viral infections
Determine lung maturity
Measure the fetal activity
Show the effect of contractions on fetal heart rate
Measure the wellbeing of the fetus
Instruct the client to push
Perform a vaginal exam
Turn off the Pitocin infusion
Place the client in a semi-Fowler’s position
A sinus rhythm
Be injected into the deltoid muscle
Be injected into the abdomen
Aspirate after the injection
Clear the air from the syringe before injections