Assess for allergies and change the IV to an intermittent infusion device.
Discontinue the IV and call the practitioner.
Elevate the head of the bed and obtain vital signs.
Call the practitioner and obtain an order for a sedative.
Document the output because it is expected.
Turn the client onto the right side.
Notify the practitioner immediately.
Empty the container to reestablish negative pressure.
Keep the client quiet and reduce stress.
Monitor the client for an elevation in blood pressure.
Restrict the client’s fluid intake during the day of the test.
Assess the client for signs and symptoms of edema.
Increasing hematocrit level.
Central venous pressure progressing from 5 to 1 mm water.
Slowing of a previously rapid pulse rate.
Urinary output of 15 to 20 mL/hr.
Drinking 10 glasses of liquid every day."
Letting warm water run over my breasts when I am showering."
Wearing a well-fitting, tight brassiere."
Expressing milk from my breasts every 4 hours."
Advise against sitting for prolonged periods.
Suggest that the client change position frequently.
Suggest frequent moving of the legs.
Demonstrate specific exercises.
Elevate the head of my bed at night.”
Avoid using a sleeping mask at night.”
Eliminate excessive blinking.”
Not move my extraocular muscles.”