Mr. Carlo was ordered Digoxin 0.25 mg. OD. Which is poor knowledge regarding this drug?
Valsalva maneuver can result in bradycardia. Which of the following activities will not stimulate Valsalva’s maneuver?
The nurse is teaching the patient regarding his permanent artificial pacemaker. Which information given by the nurse shows her knowledge deficit about the artificial cardiac pacemaker?
A patient with angina pectoris is being discharged home with nitroglycerine tablets. Which of the following instructions does the nurse include in the teaching?
A client with chronic heart failure has been placed on a diet restricted to 2000mg. of sodium per day. The client demonstrates adequate knowledge if behaviors are evident such as not salting food and avoidance of which food?
A student nurse is assigned to a client who has a diagnosis of thrombophlebitis. Which action by this team member is most appropriate?
A client receiving heparin sodium asks the nurse how the drug works. Which of the following points would the nurse include in the explanation to the client?
The nurse is conducting an education session for a group of smokers in a “stop smoking” class. Which finding would the nurse state as a common symptom of lung cancer? :
Which is the most relevant knowledge about oxygen administration to a client with COPD?
When suctioning mucus from a client’s lungs, which nursing action would be least appropriate?