A home health nurse is caring for a client who has chemotherapy-
induced nausea that has been resistant to
relief from pharmacological measures.
which of the following interventions should the nurse Initiate? (Select all that
(A):Provide sips of room-temperature ginger ale between meats.
(B):Use seasonings to enhance the flavor of foods.
(C):Offer 120 mL (4 02) of cold 2% milk as a meal replacement.
(D):Maintain the head of the client’s bed in an elevated position after eating.
(E):Assist the client in using guided imagery
A community health clinic nurse manager is reviewing the Incidence
rate of chlamydia in the state. In a given year. 3,144 new cases were reported
and the population was estimated at 325.986. Which of the following Is the
Incidence rate in the state for the year?
(A):About 1 reported case per 10,000 population
(B):About 300 reported cases per 100,000 population
(C):About 10 reported cases per 1,000 population
(D):About 3 reported cases per 10,000 population
A nurse is working in a shelter following a disaster. Which of the
following is the priority action for the nurse to take?
(A):Address the physical needs of clients.
(B):Create diversionary activities for children.
(C):Help clients gather needed supplies.
(D):Explore feelings the clients are experiencing.
A school nurse is implementing health screenings. Which of the
following assessment findings should the nurse recognize as the highest
(A):A child who has nits
(B):An adolescent who has scoliosis
(C):A child who has a BMI of 18
(D):An adolescent who has psoriasis
A 35-year-old client who has a diagnosis of tuberculosis informs the
providers office that she Is unable to pay for the treatment. Which of the
following actions by the nurse will facilitate obtaining appropriate treatment?
(A):Arrange for medication through local agencies.
(B):Send the client to the nearest facility for further evaluation.
(C):Explore options for alternative therapies.
(D):Help the client apply for Medicare.
A nurse Is providing education to a group of adolescents who are
pregnant and attending high school. Which of the following Information should
the nurse Include In the teaching?
(A):Caffeinated beverages should be replaced with caffeine-free beverages.
(B):The need for supplemental folic acid is greatest during the third trimester.
(C):The incidence of high birth weight infants is higher in adolescent
(D):Pregnant adolescents need to gain less weight than adult mothers
A school nurse is planning safety education for a group of adolescents. The nurse should give priority to which of the following topics as the leading cause of death for this age group?