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NURS 240 FINAL EXAM STUDY GUIDE
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NURS 240 FINAL EXAM STUDY GUIDE 1. A home care nurse is instructing a client with hyperemesis gravidarum about measures to ease the nausea and vomiting. The nurse tells the client to: A. Eat foods high in calories and fat B. Lie down for at least 20 minutes after meals C. Eat carbohydrates such as cereals, rice, and pasta Correct D. Consume primarily soups and liquids at mealtimes Rationale: Low-fat foods and easily digested carbohydrates such as fruit, breads, cereals, rice, and p...

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(NURS 240) Med surg; Infectious Disease; Emerging Care-Management Issues 1
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(NURS 240) Med surg; Infectious Disease; Emerging Care-Management Issues 1

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NURS 240 (NURSING240) Older Adult Issues in Hospitals and Long Term Care Set Community Based Settings Ch 2
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The nurse learns that a patient is prescribed methylnaltrexone. Which other type of medication should the nurse expect the patient to have been prescribed? Opioid Vasodilator Anticoagulant Anticholinergic Rationale Methylnaltrexone may be prescribed to treat opioid-induced constipation. The nurse expects that the patient was also prescribed an opioid. Methylnaltrexone is not prescribed to treat adverse effects from vasodilator, anticoagulant, or anticholinergic medications. p. 11 Wh...

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(NURS 240) Med surg; Infectious Disease; Emerging Care-Management Issues 1
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Which client is at highest risk for developing a urinary tract infection? A client is recovering from a bacterial infection with intravenous antibiotics. The healthcare team is planning for the client to be discharged tomorrow. However, the client wants to leave today because the client’s animals do not have someone to feed them tomorrow. What is the nurse’s best response to this client? A neonate born at 40 weeks' gestation admitted to the nursery is found to be hypoglycemic. At 4 hours of...

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NURS 240 ATI TEST A and B, Answers | NURSING 240 ATI TEST A and B, Complete Solutions: RATED A
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NURS 240 ATI TEST A and B, Answers 1. A nurse is planning to improve self-feeding for a client who has vision loss. Which of the following interventions should the nurse include in the plan of care? 2. A nurse is planning an education session for an older adult client who has just learned that she has type 2 diabetes mellitus. Which of the following strategies should the nurse plan to use with this client? 3. A nurse is caring for a client who has tuberculosis. Which of the following actions sho...

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NURS 240 HESI Exit Exam 2 - (VERIFIED Question and Answers)
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1. A nurse on the psychiatric unit of the hospital has been assigned four clients for the shift. The assignment includes an 84-year-old client who is severely depressed, a 73-year-old client who is being discharged, a 53-year-old client who was admitted for lithium toxicity, and a 48-year-old client who has panic attacks. Which client should the nurse evaluate first after receiving report? 2. A young female client admitted to the trauma center after being sexually assaulted continues to talk ...

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NURS 2407 Final Exam / NURS 2407 Midterm Exam / NURS 2092 Study Guide) (Part 2) (New Version, 2020): Rasmussen University (100 % Correct) (SATISFACTION GUARANTEED, Check Verified & Graded) (RASMUSSEN UNIVERSITY Pharmacology NUR 2407
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RASMUSSEN UNIVERSITY Pharmacology NUR 2407 EXAM STUDY GUIDE PART 2 1. Which teaching point is correct with respect to the concept of "tolerance"? A) Tolerance is a state where people become used to pain, and therefore need less pain medicine. B) In tolerance, larger doses are needed to achieve prior effects because a body learns to push back. C) Tolerance occurs in slow metabolizers. Slow metabolism leads to prolonged sedation. D) When sedatives help people cope better with their suffering...

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NURS 2407 Final Exam / NURS 2407 Midterm Exam / NURS 2092 Study Guide) (Part 1) (New Version, 2020): Rasmussen University (100 % Correct) (SATISFACTION GUARANTEED, Check Verified & Graded) (RASMUSSEN UNIVERSITY Pharmacology NUR 2407)
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RASMUSSEN UNIVERSITY Pharmacology NUR 2407 EXAM STUDY GUIDE RASMUSSEN UNIVERSITY Pharmacology NUR 2407 EXAM STUDY GUIDE PART 1 1. A client with renal impairment who has been taking nitrofurantoin (Macrodantin) for a urinary tract infection telephones a nurse and describes the recent onset of "numbness and tingling" in the fingers and toes. What should the nurse instruct the client to do? A) Discontinue the drug and come in for further evaluation. B) Continue the drug and keep the hands an...

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