At the side rails of the bed.
At the bed frame.
At the foot of the bed.
At the head of the bed. d. At the head of the bed.
Open gravity drainage system.
Closed gravity drainage system.
Open-closed drainage system.
None of the above.
Supine with legs extended.
Supine with thighs abducted.
Supine with knees flexed about two feet apart.
Supine with legs on the stir ups.
Normal saline solution.
Move the swab upward.
Move the swab sideways
Move the swab downwards.
Move the swab in circular motion.
Continue on catheter insertion.
Get a new catheter.
Apply lubricant to the tip of the catheter.
Check for the catheters sterility.
Continue on insertion.
Encourage her to take a deep breath.
Aspirate the instilled fluid and advance the catheter further.
Introduce 5 ml of sterile water.
Aspirate the sterile water.
Tape the catheter on the outer thigh.
Check for patency.
Retract the catheter.
Normal saline solution.
To avoid accidental contamination of the abdominal contents.
To relieve flatulence.
To expel flatus and impacted stools.
To expel stools and impacted cerumen.
Left sims position.
Right sims position.
Dorsal recumbent position.
Side lying position.
To avoid unnecessary distention.
To promote asepsis.
To expel air in the tubing.
To instill air into the rectum.
Cleanse the patient’s buttocks.
Cleanse the tip of the rectal tube.
Lubricate at least 2 inches of the tube.
Lubricate the entire tube.
This position facilitates the flow of solution to the stomach.
This position facilitates the flow of solution to the small intestines.
This position facilitates the flow of solution to the colons.
This position facilitates the flow of solution to the anus.
This will relieve her anxiety.
This will relax the rectum
This will relax the internal anal sphincter.
This will alleviate her pain.
Assess for bowel sounds and check the tubes patency.
Slowly administer the enema solution.
Run a small amount of solution to the tube.
Lower the enema can.
Slow the flow of the solution.
Stop the flow of the solution for 1 minute.
Twist the tube to facilitate the flow.
Raise the enema can.
Lower the enema can and continue administering the solution.
Remove the tube and encourage the patient to defecate.
Remove the tube and encourage the patient to retain the solution.
Place Celine in a side lying position.
At least 30 minutes.
At least 5-10 minutes.
For an hour.
For 3 hours.
Towards the rectum.
Towards the umbilicus
Along the spine
Towards the cecum.
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August 15, 2009
August 15, 2008
28 weeks and 5 days.
37 weeks and 7 days.
28 weeks and 6 days
30 weeks and 5 days.
At the level of the umbilicus.
Below the symphysis pubis.
Two finger breaths above the umbilicus.
At the xiphoid process.
Determine the fetal’s degree of flexion.
Determine the location of back and extremities of the fetus.
Determine if the fetus is already engaged.
Determine the fetal attitude.
Place the infant in a side lying position and suction.
Place the infant in a trendelenburg position and suction.
Place the infant tin a side lying position and rub dry.
Place the infant in a side lying position under a drop light.
The mouth because it has more secretions than the nose.
The nose because it has less secretions than the mouth.
The nose to prevent aspiration.
The mouth to prevent aspiration.
Rectal route is most convenient.
Rectal route is accurate and it also determines the presence of imperforate anus.
Rectal route is accurate and effective.
Rectal route is the safest.
Promote the infants well-being.
To keep the cord from exposure.
To prevent infection
To speed up drying process.
Hasten the drying process.
Aid in infants breathing.
Keep the cord fresh
Prevent conjunctivitis due to syphilis.
Prevent blindness secondary to herpes.
Prevent blindness secondary to gonorrhea.
Prevent blindness due to candidiasis.
This muscle the most convenient site for injection.
Because this is the most developed muscle in the infant’s body.
Because vit K is irritating to the subcutaneous tissue.
Aquamephyton is the generic name of vit k.
The cord can get contaminated.
Wet cord is a good breeding ground for antibodies.
Wet cord is a good breeding ground for bacteria.
Wet cord can be a source of malnutrition.
At the temporal bone.
At the frontal bone.
Diamond in shape.
Triangular in shape.
Dysuria and nocturia
Dysuria and hesitancy
Dysuria and urgency
Dysuria and frequency
Three way foley catheter.
Two way foley catheter.
Below the pelvis
Above symphysis pubis.
Two fingerbreaths above the umbilicus.
January 26, 2010
January 25, 2010
January 27, 2009
January 27, 2010
Take deep breaths to relax the abdomen.
Void to avoid escape of urine due to pressure on the abdomen.
Void to promote relaxation.
Instruct the client that there will be some discomfort.
Wash hands and don gloves.
Wash and warm the hands.
Cut fingernails and wash hands.
Cleanse the abdomen and warm hands.
Enuresis is a voluntary passing of urine and normal.
Enuresis is an involuntary passing of urine and abnormal.
Enuresis is an involuntary passing of urine and normal.
Enuresis is a voluntary passing of urine and abnormal.
Carminative enema be given 30 minutes prior.
Oil retention enema be given 30 minutes prior.
Return flow enema be given 30 minutes prior.
Cleansing enema be given 30 minutes prior.
Change in pulse rate and blood pressure.
Respiratory rate and temperature.
Erythromycin eye solution
Erythromycin eye ointment
Rupture of membranes.
Second stage of labor.