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Obtain vita! signs
Stop the transfusion
Assess the pain further
Increase the flow of normal saline
"Have you bee sexually active lately?"
"Do you have a sore throat at the present time?"
"Have you been exposed recently to anyone with an infection?"
"When did you first notice that your temperature had gone up?"
Has intercourse with just the spouse
Makes a donation of a pint of whole blood
Limits sexual contact to those without HIV antibodies
Uses a'condom each time there is a sexual intercourse
A history of high-risk sexual behaviors
Positive ELISA and Western blot tests
Evidence of extreme weight loss and high fever
Identification of an associated opportunistic infection
Wear dean gloves
Use barrier techniques
Wear a mask and gown
Wash the hands thoroughly
Begin a program of aggressive, strict mouth care
Avoid traumatic injuries and exposure to any infection
Increase oral fluid intake to a minimum of 3000 ml daily
Report any unusual muscle cramps or tingling sensations in the extremities
Monitor for signs of alopecia
Increase dally intake of fluids
Monitor Intake and output of fluids
Use a soft toothbrush for oral hygiene
Determine whether the client has allergies
Apply a warm, moist dressing over the area
Measure the amount of swelling in the client's leg
Obtain the results of the culture and sensitivity tests
Respiratory depression and cardiac standstill
bronchial constriction and decreased peripheral resistance
Decreased cardiac out and dilation of major biood vessels
Constriction of capillaries and decreased peripheral circulation
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