Alzheimer’s Disease: Interventions for a Client Who Has Dementia

1). Alzheimer’s Disease: Interventions for a Client Who Has Dementia

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2). Anemias: Discharge Teaching for a Client Who Is Recovering From a Sickle Cell Crisis

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3). Multiple Sclerosis: Priority Action for a Client During an Initial Visit

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4). Multiple Sclerosis: Identifying the Need for a Referral

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5). Middle and Inner Ear Disorders: Interventions for Client Who Has Ménière’s Disease

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6). Spinal Cord Injury: Care of a Client Who Has a Halo Device

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7). Spinal Cord Injury: Caring for a Client Who Has a Spinal Cord Injury

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8). Cancer Treatment Options: Caring for a Client Who Has a Sealed Radiation Implant

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9). Cancer Treatment Options: Caring for a Client Who Is Receiving Brachytherapy

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10). Pharmacokinetics and Routes of Administration: Teaching About Proper Needle Disposal

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11). Burns: Planning Care to Prevent Infection

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12). Immunizations: Recommended Vaccinations for Older Adult Clients

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13). Amputations: Providing Support Following an Alteration in Body Image

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14). Alzheimer’s Disease: Assessing a Client’s Abstract Thinking

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15). Pressure Ulcers, Wounds, and Wound Management: Implementing Preventive Strategies

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16). Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia, Erectile Dysfunction, and Prostatitis: Preventing Complications Following a Transurethral Resectio

17). Disorders of the Eye: Priority Action for Eye Irrigation

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17). Heart Failure and Pulmonary Edema: Dietary Teaching About Sodium Restrictions

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18). Polycystic Kidney Disease, Acute Kidney Injury, and Chronic Kidney Disease: Dietary Recommendations for a Client Who Has Nephrot

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19). Electrolyte Imbalances: Manifestations of Hypokalemia

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20). Heart Failure and Pulmonary Edema: Contraindication for Receiving Furosemide

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21). Medications Affecting Blood Pressure: Client Teaching Regarding ACE Inhibitors

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22). Tuberculosis: Adverse Effects of Antimicrobial Therapy

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23). Blood and Blood Product Transfusions: Preparing to Administer a Blood Transfusion

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24). Blood and Blood Product Transfusions: Steps to Administer a Blood Transfusion

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25). Dosage Calculation: Calculating an Infusion Rate Using a Drop Factor

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26). Angina and Myocardial Infarction: Client Teaching About Medications

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27). Esophageal Disorders: Teaching About Self-Management of GERD          2.

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28). Hyperthyroidism: Teaching About the Manifestations of Thyroid Storm

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29). Esophageal Disorders: Teaching About Self-Management of GERD

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30). Peptic Ulcer Disease: Nursing Interventions for a Client Who Has a Duodenal Ulcer

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31). Pituitary Disorders: Medications to Treat Diabetes Insipidus

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32). Respiratory Management and Mechanical Ventilation: Interventions for Mechanical Ventilation

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33). Respiratory Management and Mechanical Ventilation: Priority Finding Following Extubation

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34). Electrocardiography and Dysrhythmia Monitoring: Identifying Bradycardia

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35). Hemodynamic Shock: Client Positioning

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36). Pacemakers and Implantable Cardioverter/Defibrillators: Identifying Postoperative Complications

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37). Emergency Nursing Principles and Management: Priority Action for Abdominal Trauma

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38). Intravenous Therapy: Priority Action for Central Venous Access Device Complication

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39). Heart Failure and Pulmonary Edema: Recognizing Manifestations of Left-Sided Heart Failure

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40). Hemodialysis and Peritoneal Dialysis: Assessment of an Arteriovenous Fistula

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