[单选题]The nurse is providing care for a client who underwent mitral valve replacement. The best example of a measurable client outcome goal is to
[单选题]One day, the nurse sits by a depressed client's bed and states, "I will be spending some time with you today. " The client responds angrily, "Go talk to someone else. They need you more. " The most therapeutic response by the nurse would he:
[单选题]When caring for a client with a major depression, the nurse usually has the most difficulty, dealing with the:
[单选题]A client with heart failure loses 3.2 kg while hospitalized. Approximately how many pounds has the client lost?
[单选题]In an industrial accident, a client who weighs 155 lb (70.3 kg) sustained full-thickness burns over 40% of his body. He's in the burn unit receiving fluid resuscitation. Which observation shows that the fluid resuscitation is benefiting the client?
[单选题]Susan changed her major three times in college, and now that she has graduated, she still cannot decide what type of job she wants. Erik Eriekson would describe Susan as going through a period of
[单选题]When a six-year-old girl who is suspected of being sex abused refuse to be examined by an emergency nurse, what's the best appropriate response by the nurse?
[单选题]What's the most appropriate nursing diagnosis for a client exhibiting obsessive-compulsive behavior?
[单选题]Mrs. Cray, an African American, is admitted to the hospital after sustaining a hip fracture. She is 5 ft. , 4 inches tall and weighs 96 lbs. She has five children and has used estrogen replacement therapies for 10 years. She told the nurse that she "just stepped forward and fell. " The results of her bone density tests indicate she has osteoporosis. Which of the following is the greatest risk factor for osteoporosis for this woman?
[单选题]The nurse would teach the client to implement which of the following nasal care measures after the nasal packing is removed?
[单选题]The nurse is caring for a client with a fractured hip. The client is combative and confused, and he's trying to get out of bed. The nurse should
[单选题]An elderly client's family tells the nurse that the client has suffered some memory loss in the last few years. They say that the client is sensitive about not being able to remember and tries to cover up this loss to avoid embarrassment. When attempting to increase the client's self-esteem, the nurse should try to avoid discussing events that require memory of the client's