OUMC Interschool Nursing Anthropometric Data & Biochemical Data Question
I’m working on a nursing multi-part question and need a sample draft to help me understand better.
1. The A, B, C, and Ds of a complete and comprehensive nutritional assessment includes:
2. What impacts on the client’s preferences in terms of hygiene routines and practices?
3. When you are monitoring your client who is now started on an intravenous antibiotic for an infection, you notice that the client is exhibiting signs of anaphylaxis. What is your first priority intervention?
4. The best way to determine whether or not a medication is compatible with a particular intravenous fluid is to:
5. One of the primary purposes of a formal medication reconciliation is to:
6. Your pregnant client has a new order for a medication. What principle should you apply to this new medication?
7. What are the nursing implications associated with administering blood and blood products to a client who has a blood type of B negative?
8. You will be administering packed red blood cells to your client. Which principles should you apply to this blood administration?
9. You are caring for a multiple trauma client who has just arrived at the emergency room with a number of other external disaster victims. This client has multiple blast injuries and hypovolemic shock; it is anticipated that this unstable critically injured and unconscious client will have long term intravenous therapy, blood products and possibly hyperalimentation as well. Which type of venous access would you most likely anticipate for this client?
10. How many tablets should be administered daily using the below information? Doctor’s order: 200 mg of medication once a day Medication label: 1 tablet = 150 mg