SOME IMPORTANT QUESTION FOR NURSING COMPETITION EXAMINATION
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encourage high protein intake.
maintain fluid balance.
teach intermittent urinary catheterization.
primarily concerned with caring, while medical diagnoses are primarily concerned with curing.
primarily concerned with human response, while medical diagnoses are primarily concerned with pathology.
primarily concerned with psychosocial parameters, while medical diagnoses are primarily concerned with physiologic parameters.
place the patient in a high Fowler position and administer oxygen.
place the patient in a reverse Trendelenburg position and open the IV line.
report the findings to the provider.
drink at least 2 L of fluids daily, including 8 to 10 glasses of water.
eat a potassium-rich, low sodium diet.
practice good dental hygiene and report gum swelling or bleeding.
fluid and electrolyte imbalance.
consult the spouse's healthcare provider about the spouse's ability to care for the patient.
contact the children to ascertain their commitment to help.
discuss community resources with the spouse and offer to make referrals.
inform the neurosurgeon of the patient's status.
prepare the patient for emergency surgery.
recheck the patient's neurologic status in 15 minutes.
considers staff members' interests and abilities when delegating tasks.
informs staff members regularly of how well they are performing their jobs.
provides goals for staff members to meet.
a stimulating environment.
give the patient small sips of water only.
measure the patient's blood pressure and pulse readings.
take the patient to the bathroom one more time.
Decreased cortisol levels
Sodium and water retention
"Lantus is used only at night."
"The duration of Lantus is six hours."
"There is no peak time for Lantus."
Decision-making and judgment
Priority-setting and expected outcomes
Reassessment and audit
Indicating that a community or institution is unsafe
Recording the harm done when a medication error occurs
Signaling the need for immediate investigation and response
Rediscovering or developing satisfaction in one's relationship with a significant other
Relying strongly upon spiritual beliefs
Risk taking and its perceived consequences
arrange time for the patient to speak with another patient with cancer.
direct the discussion and validation of emotion, without false reassurance.
request a consultation from a social worker on the oncology unit.
a quality analysis.
a system analysis.
an outcome analysis.
ambulating 50 feet without experiencing dyspnea.
experiencing no dyspnea on exertion.
tolerating activity well.
"Most herbs have been tested and found to be safe and therapeutic."
"The Food and Drug Administration regulates herbs and allows advertising."
"There is no standardization among the manufacturers of herbs in this country."
high in potassium.
low in fiber, and high in protein and calories.
low in potassium.
hyperreflexia and spasticity of the upper extremities.
impaired diaphragmatic function requiring ventilator support.
independent use of upper extremities and efficient cough.
obtaining a computed tomography scan of the head without contrast.
obtaining a neurosurgical consultation.
preparing for carotid Doppler ultrasonography.
collect data to measure the status of the activity.
select an activity for improvement.
set a measurable standard for the activity.