Module 5 quiz
The nurse is teaching a client with pneumonia ways to clear secretions. Which intervention is the most effective?
A client with systolic dysfunction has an ejection fraction of 38%. The nurse assesses for which physiologic change?
The nurse is assessing a client who reports claudication after walking a distance of one block. The nurse notes a painful ulcer on the fourth toe of the client’s right foot. What condition do these findings correlate with?
The nurse is caring for four clients with asthma. Which client does the nurse assess first?
The nurse is assisting the hospitalized client with his food selections for breakfast. The client is on a low-cholesterol diet. What recommendations are most appropriate for this client?
Which statement indicates that the client understands teaching about the use of long-acting beta2 agonist medications?
The nurse is assessing clients on a cardiac unit. Which client does the nurse assess most carefully for developing left-sided heart failure?
Question 6 The nurse is caring for a client who has just returned from abdominal surgery. When auscultating the client’s abdomen, the nurse does not hear any bowel sounds. Which is the nurse’s best action?
Question 7 A client scheduled for intravenous urography informs the nurse of the following allergies. Which one does the nurse report to the health care provider immediately?
Question 8 The female client’s urinalysis shows all the following results. Which does the nurse document as abnormal?
Question 9 The nurse is caring for a client with an umbilical hernia who reports increased abdominal pain, nausea, and vomiting. The nurse notes high-pitched bowel sounds. Which conclusion does the nurse draw from these assessment findings?