[单选题]Which of the following concepts would the nurse incorporate into the plan of care for a 4-year-old child to psychologically prepare the child for cardiac catheterization?
[单选题]A client is at risk for developing a pressure ulcer. The first warning of an impending pressure ulcer is when pressure applied to skin it turns
[单选题]John often finds herself daydreaming about boy's and wondering what her life will be like when she gets married. According to Piaget, John is likely in which stage?
[单选题]A patient who is admitted for treatment of an eating disorder displays controlling behaviors, takes responsibility for others' actions, and has difficulty identifying feelings. These manifestations suggest
[单选题]A mother of an ill child tells the nurse that her child "isn't eating well. " Which of the following strategies devised by the mother to help increase the child's intake is not appropriate?
[单选题]Which of the following factors would be most important in selecting the needle length to use for a subcutaneous injection of hydromorphone hydrochloride?
[单选题]While managing the separation anxiety during hospitalization for a two-year-old boy, which of the following suggestions would be most helpful to the parents?
[单选题]You are caring for a comatose patient whose primary diagnosis is breast cancer but who has suffered multiple complications and who is now in the end stages of her illness. She has been in the medical intensive care unit for 3 weeks. Her husband tells you that he and his wife often talked about the end of her life and that she was very clear about not wanting aggressive treatment that would merely prolong her dying. You both agree that this seems to be all that therapy is now doing for her. Which of the following orders would you recommend the husband speak to her physician about
[单选题]A child with type 1 diabetes mellitus develops diabetic ketoacidosis and receives a continuous insulin infusion. Which condition represents the greatest risk for this child?
[单选题]Which pregnancy-related physiologic change would place the client with a history of cardiac disease at the greatest risk for developing severe cardiac problems?
[单选题]A client with iron-deficiency anemia is prescribed liquid iron supplements. The nurse teaches the client's about how to take this drug. Which of the following statements by the client indicates that the education is effective?
[单选题]A mother whose daughter is killed in a school bus accident tells the nurse that her daughter was just getting over the chickenpox and did not want to go to school, but she insisted that she go. The mother cries bitterly and says her child's death is her fault. The nurse should realize that perceiving a death as preventable would most often influence the grieving process in that: