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ATI - Test 1 Practice Assessment. The nurse is caring for a client with a nosocomial infection. The nurse understands that a nosocomial infection is usually acquired. A. in an industrial setting. B. during hosptialization. C. during a visit to the physician. D. in a crowded environment. B. during hospitalization. ATI - Test 5 Practice Assessment Flashcards by Michelle ATI - Test 5 Practice Assessment. A nurse identifies a pressure ulcer after a client had a long, extensive recovery following a surgical procedure. When completing an incident report about the pressure ulcer, the nurse should. A. document what the nurse believes was the cause of ulcer development. B. include any relevant statements the client

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The nurse is to administer several medications to a patient via a nasogastric (NG) tube. What should the nurse do first? a. Add the medications to the tube feeding being given. b. Crush all tablets and capsules before administration. c. Administer all of the medications mixed together. d. Check for placement of the NG tube. Exam 3 Questions Flashcards by Cam Bui BrainscapeExam 3 Questions Flashcards Preview Adult Care 1 > Exam 3 Questions > Flashcards Flashcards in Exam 3 Questions Deck (205) The nurse anticipates an order for NG tube insertion to decompress the stomach. Pelvic x-ray, oral contrast, and stool specimens are not indicated at this time. 2 Final Exam:Urinary Elimination Flashcards by Jon Zadok The nurse clamps the tubing below the port, allowing fresh, uncontaminated urine to collect in the tube. After the nurse wipes the port with an antimicrobial swab, a sterile syringe needle is inserted, and at least 3 to 5 ml of urine is withdrawn.

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Apr 20, 2014 · A client is on nothing by mouth (NPO) status and has a nasogastric (NG) tube in place after suffering bilateral burns to the legs. The nurse determines that the client's gastrointestinal (GI) status is least satisfactory if which finding is noted on assessment? 1. How many milliliters does the nurse calculate as urine Jun 23, 2021 · 1. 1180-the correct answer is 1180. \r\n \r\nrationale:during 8 hours, 1,600 ml of bladder irrigation has been infused (200 ml 8 hour = 1,600 ml/8 hour). the nurse then subtracts this amount of infused bladder irrigation from the total volume in the drainage bag (2,780 ml 1,600 ml = 1,180 ml) to determine urinary output. \r\n \r\nclient needs category:physiological integrity \r\nclient needs NCLEX-PN Flashcards - CramThe nurse should place the medication:under the tongue. A client has an order for 5,000 units of subcutaneous heparin every 12 hours. When injecting heparin subcutaneously, the nurse should:use a 45- to 90-degree angle to insert. The nurse is collecting data on a

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Nasogastric tube. Through nose to stomach. 5-10 F. NG tube diameter used for kids/elderly. 14-18 F. NG tube diameter used for adults. Nonintact gag reflex, trauma to face, hx of nasal/sinus sx, medications for blood clotting, nasal polyps, cleft lip/palate, gastric sx. Contraindications for an NG tube. SAEM Tests Practice Questions 2013 Flashcards - CramA nasogastric tube may be placed to facilitate treatment The answer is A. Charcoal aspiration does carry with it the risk of developing a severe pneumonitis. If necessary, an uncooperative or combative patient may need to be intubated in order to safely deliver the charcoal with the airway secured. Taylor- Fundamentals Final Study Guide Flashcards QuizletThe nurse irrigating an NG tube connected to suction should draw up 30 mL of saline solution (or the amount indicated in the order or policy) into the syringe, clamp the suction tubing near the connection site to protect the patient from leakage of NG drainage, place the tip of the syringe in the tube to gently insert the saline solution, then

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6. The healing process in which a wound is purposely left open and allowed to heal from the bottom up is called:Definition. secondary intention. Term. 7. The substance that weakly holds wound edges together during the first five days of first intention healing is:Definition. fibroblast. nasogastric tubes Flashcards and Study Sets QuizletLearn nasogastric tubes with free interactive flashcards. Choose from 464 different sets of nasogastric tubes flashcards on Quizlet.NG Tube Flashcards QuizletStart studying NG Tube. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.