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The nurse is teaching a client with newly diagnosed lactase deficiency about dietary management

The nurse is teaching a client with newly diagnosed lactase deficiency about dietary management. Which statements by the client indicate a correct understanding of this condition? Select all that apply. 1. I can still eat cheese and yogurt as long as they don't make me feel sick. 2. I should take a daily calcium and vitamin D supplement. 3 The nurse is teaching a client with newly diagnosed lactase deficiency about dietary management. Which statements by the client indicate a correct understanding of this condition? SAT The nurse is teaching a client with newly diagnosed lactase deficiency about dietary management. Which statements by the client indicate a correct understanding of this condition? Select all that apply 1. I can still eat cheese and yogurt as long as they don't make me feel sick 2. I should take a daily calcium and vitamin D supplement 3 Educational objective: Cardinal symptoms of acute calculous cholecystitis include pain in the RUQ and referred pain to the right shoulder and scapula a few hours after eating fatty foods. Associated symptoms include fever, chills, nausea, vomiting, and anorexia. 2-The nurse is teaching a client with newly diagnosed lactase deficiency about dietary management

The nurse prepares to teach a client newly diagnosed with lactase deficiency. Which points will the nurse include in the teaching? (Select all that apply.) 1.Avoid nondairy creamers along with cream. 2.Drink a commercial product where lactose has been preconverted to absorbable sugars The nurse prepares to teach a client newly diagnosed with lactase deficiency. Which points will the nurse include in the teaching? (Select all that apply.) 1. Avoid nondairy creamers along with cream. 2. Drink a commercial product where lactose has been preconverted to absorbable sugars. 3. Consume yogurt that contains bacterial lactases. 4 The nurse is preparing discharge teaching for a client newly diagnosed with cancer. What should the nurse include in this teaching? a) Reviewing risk behaviors that contributed to the cancer. b) Discussing self-management techniques to enhance wellness. c) Facilitating strategies to problem-solve anticipated issues The nurse is teaching a female client who uses a contraceptive diaphragm about reducing the risk for toxic shock syndrome (TSS). A client is newly diagnosed with diverticulosis. The registered nurse (RN) is assessing the client's basic knowledge about the disease process. The nurse is providing dietary instructions to a 69 year old. Question 64: A nurse is providing dietary teaching to a client newly diagnosed with celiac disease. Which of the following information should the nurse include in the teaching? A normal diet may resume after a period of remission. Dietary restrictions will eventually allow the intake of gluten to resume

The nurse is assessing the learning readiness of a client newly diagnosed with diabetes mellitus. Which behavior indicates to the nurse that the client is not ready to learn? 1. The client asks if the spouse may attend the teaching session. 2. The client asks appropriate questions about what will be taught. 3 The nurse is providing dietary instructions for a client with iron-deficiency anemia. Which food is a poor source of iron? Tomatoes. Legumes. Dried fruits. Nuts. The nurse is teaching a client with Parkinson's disease ways to prevent curvatures of the spine associated with the disease 6. a client with newly diagnosed crohn's disease asks the nurse about dietary restrictions. How should the nurse respond? Answer: describe the use of an elimination diet to find trigger foods 7. A female college student comes to the school's health clinic complaining of urinary frequency and burning with right lower back pain. Which intervention should the nurse implement first

The nurse is teaching a client newly diagnosed with diabetes about the importance of glucose monitoring. Which blood glucose levels should the nurse identify as hypoglycemia? 1 68 mg/dL (3.8 mmol/L) 2 78 mg/dL (4.3 mmol/L) 3 88 mg/dL (4.9 mmol/L) 4 98 mg/dL (5.4 mmol/L 3. Diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA) 4. Hyperosmolar hyperglycemic syndrome (HHS) A client is admitted to the hospital with a diagnosis of pheochromocytoma. The nurse would check which item to detect the primary manifestation of this disorder? 1. Weight 2. Urine ketones 3. Blood pressure 4. Skin temperature A client newly diagnosed with diabetes mellitus is started on a 2-dose insulin protocol.

The nurse determines that the teaching was effective if the client states that he or she will take the medication: on an empty stomach: Thyroid replacement therapy is prescribed for a client diagnosed with hypothyroidism. The client asks the nurse when the medication will no longer be needed. The nurse makes which response to the client Question 29: A nurse is providing dietary teaching to a client newly diagnosed with celiac disease. Which of the following information should the nurse include in the teaching?? A normal diet may resume after a period of remission.? Dietary restrictions will eventually allow the intake of gluten to resume

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  1. A nurse in the family clinic is teaching a client newly diagnosed with osteoarthritis (OA) about drugs used to treat the disease. For which medication does the nurse plan primary teaching? An older client has returned to the surgical unit after a total hip replacement. The client is confused and restless. What intervention by the nurse is most.
  2. A nurse is teaching a 38-year-old man with newly diagnosed hypertension who asks if there is any harm in stopping his antihypertensive medication if he decides to discontinue it. The correct reply addresses the consequence of stopping antihypertensive medications abruptly
  3. es that teaching has been effective if the client makes which statement? 1. Diet and insulin needs change during pregnancy. 2. I will plan my diet based on the results of urine glucose testing. 3
  4. The nurse notes a previously used bottle of normal saline on the client's bedside table. There is no label to indicate the date or time of initial use. The nurse should: A. Lip the bottle and use a pack of sterile 4×4 for the dressing. B. Obtain a new bottle and label it with the date and time of first use. C
  5. ally ill child which of the following is the nurse's highest priority in facilitating the parents.

2. offer the client a glass of warm milk to drink. 3. bathe the client in tepid water. 4. assess the client's serum creatinine levels. 930. The spouse of a client who has been on hemodialysis for the past 5 years, calls a clinic because the client has stopped eating, is taking long naps, and refuses to talk with the spouse. A nurse interprets that the client is most likely experiencing: 1. Iron deficiency anemia is a type of anemia that occurs when there is not enough iron to make the hemoglobin in red blood cells. The main causes of iron deficiency anemia in adults are bleeding and conditions that block iron absorption in the intestines. Iron deficiency anemia can be mild or severe 22. A client who has been diagnosed with osteomyelitis is beginning antibiotic therapy. Which information does the nurse include in the client's teaching plan? a. Needing a consultation with a surgeon b. Continuing on Contact Isolation at home c. Remaining in the hospital for the rest of the treatment d

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Calorie intake should be reduced prior to exercise 4. Dietary goals, dietary composition, and physical activity are key 4. Dietary goals, dietary composition, and physical activity are key A nurse is teaching a client recently diagnosed with type 1 diabetes mellitus about chronic complications associated with the disease After teaching a client who is newly diagnosed with type 2 diabetes mellitus, the nurse assesses the clients understanding. Which statement made by the client indicates a need for additional teaching? a. I should increase my intake of vegetables with higher amounts of dietary fiber. b The client diagnosed with iron-deficiency anemia is prescribed ferrous gluconate orally. Which should the nurse teach the client? 1. Take Imodium, an antidiarrheal, OTC for diarrhea. 2. Limit exercise for several weeks until a tolerance is achieved. 3. The stools may be very dark, and this can mask blood. 4. Eat only red meats and organ meats. A nurse is providing discharge teaching about dietary and medication management for an adolescent who has nephrotic syndrome. Which of the following statements by the parent indicates an understanding of the nurse's teaching regarding management of diarrhea? A nurse is teaching an adolescent client who is newly diagnosed with type 1. The nurse is providing client teaching for a client undergoing chemotherapy. What dietary modifications should the nurse advise? For a client newly diagnosed with radiation-induced thrombocytopenia, the nurse should include which intervention in the care plan? A child has just been diagnosed with a primary immune deficiency. The parents.

The nurse has conducted dietary teaching with a client diagnosed with iron deficiency anemia. The nurse instructs the client that which food item is a good dietary source of iron? 1. Oranges 2. Apricots 3. Egg whites 4. Refined white brea A client newly diagnosed with acute lymphocytic leukemia has a right subclavian central venous catheter in place. The nurse who's caring for the client is teaching a graduate nurse about central venous catheter care. The nurse should instruct the graduate nurse to change the central venous catheter dressing every: a)shift. b)48 hours. c)72 hours View pn2 e2 questions extra- Sam.docx from NUR MISC at Thika institute of business studies Town campus. PN2 Exam 2 based on study guides The student nurse learns that the most important function o

A nurse is reinforcing teaching with a client newly diagnosed with diabetes mellitus who is taking NPH insulin daily in the morning. The nurse tells the client to self-monitor for which of the following signs and symptoms in the late afternoon? 1. Nausea, vomiting and abdominal pain 2. Drowsiness, red dry skin and fruity breath odor 3 PN 2 Exam 2 week 7 study guide Know what the secondary stage of the inflammatory response is 5. A client has a leg wound that is in the second stage of the inflammatory response. For what manifestation does the nurse assess? a. Noticeable rubor b. Purulent drainage c. Swelling and pain d. Warmth at the site 1. The student nurse learns that the most important function of inflammation and. The nurse is teaching a client who has iron deficiency anemia about foods she should include in her diet. The nurse determines that the client understands the dietary modifications if she selects which of the following from her menu? 1. Nuts and milk. 2. Coffee and tea. 3. Cooked rolled oats and fish. 4. Oranges and dark green leafy vegetable

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  1. ister the medication only after meals
  2. The nurse is developing a teaching plan for a client diagnosed with diabetes insipidus. The nurse should include information about which hormone lacking in clients with diabetes insipidus? Rule: When on a medication that fluctuates weight and weight has to be monitored - keep weight within ________ lbs of thier normal weight
  3. istered orally in conjunction with other hypoglycemic agents. c. replaces regular insulin therapy for clients who are newly diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. d
  4. The ambulatory care nurse is working with a client who has been diagnosed with Prinzmetal's (variant) angina. What should the nurse plan to teach the client about this type of angina? 1. It is most effectively managed by β-blocking agents. 2. It has the same risk factors as stable and unstable angina. 3

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PN ATI Exit 1. A nurse is caring for a group of clients which of the following can be assigned to assistive personnel? 2. A nurse is working on a unit for clients with dementia. Which of the following client situations requires the nurse to write an incident report? 3. A nurse is discharging a client who was admitted for newly diagnosed type 2 diabetes mellitus A nurse is teaching a client newly diagnosed with a hiatal hernia about measures to prevent recurrence of symptoms. A nurse is providing dietary instructions to a client with peptic ulcer disease. A client diagnosed with pernicious anemia asks the nurse what caused the deficiency. The nurse replies that it is likely due to which of the. PN ATI Exit Review 1. A nurse is caring for a group of clients which of the following can be assigned to an assistive personnel? 2. A nurse is working on a unit for clients with dementia. Which of the following client situations requires the nurse to write an incident report? 3. A nurse is discharging a client who was admitted for newly diagnosed type 2 diabetes mellitus A patient newly diagnosed with Type I DM is being seen by the home health nurse. The doctors orders include: 1200 calorie ADA diet, 15 units NPH insulin before breakfast, and check blood sugar qid. When the nurse visits the patient at 5 pm, the nurse observes the man performing blood sugar analysis. The result is 50 mg/dL

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  2. Demeclocycline. A nurse is caring for a client newly diagnosed with type 1 diabetes. When the primary healthcare provider tries to regulate this client's insulin regimen, the client experiences episodes of hypoglycemia and hyperglycemia, and 15 g of a simple sugar is prescribed
  3. The nurse working on the heart failure unit knows that teaching an older female patient with newly diagnosed heart failure is effective when the patient states that : she will call the clinic if her weight goes from 124 to 128 pounds in a week. The nurse is providing care to a client diagnosed with celiac disease who experiences frequent diarrhea
  4. The nurse is teaching the client about the manifestations and emergency treatment of hypoglycemia. In assessing the client's knowledge, the nurse asks the client what he or she should do if feeling hungry and shaky. Which response by the client indicates I should eat three graham crackers. The client has just been diagnosed with diabetes
  5. The nurse is teaching the client with polycythemia vera about prevention of complications of the disease. Her pulse is 52, there is a weight gain of 30 pounds in 4 months, and the client is wearing two sweaters. The client is diagnosed with hypothyroidism. The nurse is providing dietary instructions to the mother of an 8-year-old child.
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3. Exercise will increase insulin resistance 4. Podiatry visits are necessary every five years The nurse is teaching a client newly diagnosed with type 1 diabetes mellitus about the rotation of insulin injection sites. The nurse determines that teaching was effective when the client states: 1. rotate injection sites within on anatomical region 2 1. 1. A client is being treated with supplemental calcium for hypoparathyroidism. The nurse caring for the client knows that which of the following calcium levels indicates that a therapeutic effect of the calcium supplement has been achieved? a. 9.2 mg/dL b. 5.7 mg/dL c. 12.0 mg/dL d. 7.9 mg/dL Normal serum calcium level is PN Pharmacology Review 1. After instilling an eye drop that has a systematic effect the nurse should press on which of the following to prevent absorption into the circulation? a. The bony orbit b. The nasolacrimal duct c. The conjunctival sac d. The outer cantus of the eye 2. A nurse is caring for a client who has just been diagnosed with primary open-angle glaucoma. A nurse is caring for a client who does not speak English. An interpreter is assisting the nurse with the client's admission to the hospital. The nurse should: A. direct questions to the interpreter. B. interview the client in the presence of the family. C. introduce the interpreter to the client

A psychiatric technician is employed at a group home with six mentally ill clients. She is starting to work with a new client of Chinese descent. She's in charge of meal planning and would know that dietary habits of this culture would include: There is a specific order for food to be eaten at meals. Peanuts/soybeans are common Osteoporosis is a thinning of the bones. Normally, the inside of a bone looks like a honeycomb. If you have osteoporosis, the spaces in the honeycomb get larger and the bone's hard outer shell gets thinner. This makes the bone weaker and it breaks more easily. You may not know you have osteoporosis until a sudden strain, bump, or fall causes a. Gestational Diabetes Mellitus (GDM) is a condition of abnormal glucose metabolism that arises during pregnancy. Blood sugar usually returns to normal soon after delivery. But having gestational diabetes makes it more likely to develop type 2 diabetes. Nursing Care Plans. The plan of nursing care involves providing client and/or couple with information regarding the disease condition, teaching. A nurse is caring for a client with type 1 diabetes mellitus who reports feeling shaky. 0 millimoles per liter (mmol/L), have a small snack before you start exercising to prevent a low blood sugar level. The risk of a child developing type 1 diabetes is about 5% if the father has it, about 8% if a sibling has it, and about 3% if the mother has it What data should alert the nurse as a risk factor associated with the development of type 2 diabetes mellitus? d. History of delivering a baby weighing less than 8 lb 5. The nurse is educating a client newly diagnosed with type 1 diabetes mellitus. What information should the nurse include in client education about ongoing monitoring of glucose.

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  1. Kaplan Nursing Assessment (NAT) Darren Farr. 11 June 2020. 184 test answers. question. (ECT) Client diagnosed w/ depression scheduled to begin series of ECT treatments. It is most important for the nurse to notify HCP about what? answer
  2. According to the Dietary Guidelines for Americans from the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services: Eat a variety of foods. Maintain a healthy weight. Choose a diet low in fat, saturated fat, and cholesterol. Choose a diet with plenty of vegetables, fruits and grain products
  3. Rationale: Teaching is a function of nursing to assist patients to alter lifestyle patterns that increase health risk. By teaching the client how to calculate sodium content of foods the nurse is facilitating independence in nutrition disease management. Patients have the right to decide whether or not to learn
  4. D helps your body absorb and use calcium

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  1. istration.2. Symptoms and treatment of hypoglycemia.3. Reduction of physical activity.4. The use of a portable blood glucose monitor.5
  2. 3. The nurse obtains a fingerstick glucose level of 45 mg/dl from a client newly diagnosed with diabetes mellitus. The client is alert and oriented, and the client's skin is warm and dry. How should the nurse intervene? Answer: C - Obtain a repeat fingerstick glucose leve
  3. Jaundice b. Renal impairment c. Hypotension d. Palpitations 72. A nurse is reinforcing teaching to a client who has HIV-positive and has a new prescription for efavirenz Sustiva an NNRTI medication. Which 0f the following adverse effects should the nurse teach the client to watch for? a. A rash which may begin within two weeks b
  4. 1. For the client who is using oral contraceptives, the nurse informs the client about the need to take the pill at the same time each day to accomplish which of the following? A. Decrease the incidence of nausea. B. Maintain hormonal levels. C. Reduce side effects. D. Prevent drug interactions . 2. When teaching a client about contraception
  5. Q.180 A client newly diagnosed with bipolar disorder was prescribed lithium medicine. While giving the health teaching the client keeps asking about why there is a need for frequent blood work. Which of the following statement of the nurse addressing the client's question is tru

When developing a teaching plan for an elderly client newly diagnosed with hypertension, the nurse realizes that the most effective teaching strategy is: A. Reminding the client that the medication will come with a package insert, which should be read carefully. B. Sharing the Web address of the American Heart Association. C A client newly diagnosed with polycystic kidney disease has just finished speaking with the physician about the disorder. The client asks the nurse to explain again what the most serious complication of the disorder might be. In formulating a response, the nurse incorporates the understanding that the most serious complication is The nurse is monitoring a client newly diagnosed with diabetes mellitus for signs of complications. Which sign, if exhibited in the client, would indicate hyperglycemia? 1. Polyuria 2. Diaphoresis 3. Hypertension 4. Increased pulse rate . The nurse is preparing a plan of care for a client with diabetes mellitus who has hyperglycemia The nursing care plan indicates that the client must be. weighed each day. 4. When directing the nursing assistant to weigh the. client, which instruction is most important for obtaining. accurate data? [ ] 1. Have the client stand on a bedside scale. [ ] 2. Weigh the client at the same time each day. [ ] 3. Ask that slippers be removed when. Lifestyle and home remedies. If you have Graves' disease, make your mental and physical well-being a priority: Eating well and exercising can enhance the improvement in some symptoms during treatment and help you feel better in general. For example, because your thyroid controls your metabolism, you may have a tendency to gain weight when the hyperthyroidism is corrected

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Diagnosed in 2006. Diet & Nutrition. Take Control of Your Weight. Portion Control. Low Carb. Omega-3. Publication. Diet and MS Research Review Paper. With increasing interest in the possible role of diet in MS, this research review looks at current evidence that diet may be beneficial in MS A nurse is talking to a client who has been newly diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. The nurse is giving the client information about what signs or symptoms to monitor that could indicate poorly controlled blood glucose levels. Which signs or symptoms should be included in the teaching? Select all that apply 44 A client is suspected of having a fat-soluble vitamin deficiency. To assist the client with this deficiency, the nurse informs the client that: More exposure to sunlight and drinking milk could solve your nutritional problem 44 The client is diagnosed with malabsorption syndrome (celiac disease) The 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 client who has developed a paralytic ileus

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Colchicine. Colchicine prevents gout flares at a dosage of 0.6 to 1.2 mg per day. The dose should be adjusted in patients with chronic kidney disease and when used with cytochrome P450 3A4 or P. The nurse should not ignore the client's anxious feelings. A client will not relate to medical terms, particularly when anxiety exists. 5. A nurse provides instructions to a client newly diagnosed with type 1 diabetes mellitus. The nurse recognizes accurate understanding of measures to prevent diabetic ketoacidosis is when the client states A nurse is working with family members of an 80 year-old client newly diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease. Which intervention would be helpful? Have the family feed the client. Role play communication strategies. Demonstrate an active-passive exercise routine. Assist the family to bathe the client 100 Things to know Before NLE. Question: In a child with suspected coarctation of the aorta, the nurse would expect to find. Answer: Bounding pulses in the arms. Coarctation of the aorta, a narrowing or constriction of the descending aorta, causes increased flow to the upper extremities (increased pressure and pulses) Question: The nurse is.

Nutrition in cancer care can be affected by the tumor or by treatment and result in weight loss, malnutrition, anorexia, cachexia, and sarcopenia. Get information about strategies to screen, assess, and treat nutritional problems, including through diet and supplements, in this clinician summary Clients with osteoporosis are at risk for fracture when they fall. Clutter in the room is a risk factor for falls. The other choices have nothing to do with prevention of bone fracture in a client with primary osteoporosis. 3 3. Which instruction does the nurse include in the discharge teaching plan of a client who has osteoporosis? a

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NCLEX Practice Questions for Nutrition with Rationales This is a NCLEX practice quiz that covers the subject of nutrition. As a nursing student, preparing for NCLEX, you will be tested on the ability to take care of a patient based on their nutrition needs NURS 203: HESI 2017 1. A nurse performs a Tinetti assessment on an 82-year-old client an 12 and a gait score of 8. a. Expected results for an elderly adult. b. A nurse is contributing to the plan of care for a client who has a terminal illness. Which of the following interventions should the nurse identify as the priority? 134. A nurse is reinforcing teaching with a client who has been newly diagnosed with chronic open angle glaucoma Nursing Interventions: Rationale: Record height, weight, body build, gender, and age. Serves as baseline data. Determine the patient's desire to lose weight. Reassess dietary choices. The motivation to lose weight is internal; the patient must be ready and willing to lose weight before the process begins

a. an old friend with eczema came for visit b. recently received an influenza immunization c. corticosteroid cream was applied to eczema d. a grandson and his new dog recently visited 15. When explaining dietary guidelines to a client with acute glomerulonephritis (AGN) which instruction should the nurse include in the dietary teaching? a 12. The nurse admits a client newly diagnosed with hypertension. What is the best method for assessing the blood pressure? The correct answer is B: In both arms Blood pressure should be taken in both arms due to the fact that one subclavian artery may be stenosed, causing a false high in that arm. 13 During an office visit, a prenatal client diagnosed with mitral stenosis states being under a lot of stress lately. During the examination, the client questions the nurse about the assessment and behaves anxiously. Which is the appropriate nursing action at this time? Tell the client not to worry. Refer the client to a counselor

Nursing Interventions:-The nurse will educate the patient on health problems that he may develop if he does not lose weight.-The nurse will assess the patients understanding on his weight status.-The nurse will provide the patient with the necessary tools to help him develop a food plan menu that includes on 2,500 calories a day Chapter 67 Care of Patients with Diabetes Mellitus Margaret Elaine McLeod Learning Outcomes Safe and Effective Care Environment 1. Assess the person who has diabetes for specific current and ongoing factors that pose threats to safety. 2. Administer insulin and other antidiabetic agents in a safe and accurate manner. 3. Apply the principles of infectio a) Check the return of the client's pulse after every 8 breaths by the nurse. b) Maintain a position close to the client's side with the nurse's knees apart. c) Maintain vertical pressure on the client's chest through the heel of the nurse's hand. d) Re-check the nurse's hand position after every 10 chest compressions

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ATI Med-Surg proctored Exam A nurse is reinforcing teaching with a client who has HIV and is being discharged to home. Which of the following instructions should the nurse include in the teaching? 1 Take temperature once a day. 2 Wash the armpits and genitals with a gentle cleanser daily. 3 Change the litter boxes while wearing gloves The home health nurse visits a client with a diagnosis of type 1 diabetes mellitus. The client relates a history of vomiting and diarrhea and tells the nurse that no food has been consumed for the last 24 hours. Which additional statement by the client indicates a need for further teaching? 1. 2. 3. 4 The nurse should recognize which of the following is the priority risk to the client? 44. A nurse is reinforcing teaching with a client who is newly diagnosed with myasthenia gravis and is to start taking neostigmine. Which of the following instructions should the nurse include in the teaching? Chapter 67 Care of Patients with Diabetes Mellitus Margaret Elaine McLeod Learning Outcomes Safe and Effective Care Environment 1 Assess the person who has diabetes for specific current and ongoing factors that pose threats to safety. 2 Administer insulin and other antidiabetic agents in a safe and accurate manner. 3 Apply the principles of infection control in the

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Graves' disease is an autoimmune disorder that causes hyperthyroidism, or overactive thyroid. With this disease, your immune system attacks the thyroid and causes it to make more thyroid hormone than your body needs. The thyroid is a small, butterfly-shaped gland in the front of your neck This disease leads to attacks on parietal cells in the stomach, resulting in failure to produce intrinsic factor and malabsorption of dietary vitamin B12, recycled biliary vitamin B12, and free vitamin B12 [1,6,11].Therefore, without treatment, pernicious anemia causes vitamin B12 deficiency, even in the presence of adequate vitamin B12 intakes Cirrhosis of the liver is a chronic disease that causes cell destruction and fibrosis (scarring) of hepatic tissues. Fibrosis alters normal liver structure and vasculature, impairing blood and lymph flow and resulting in hepatic insufficiency and hypertension in the portal vein. Complications include hyponatremia, water retention, bleeding. Dialysis is primarily used to provide an artificial replacement for lost kidney function (renal replacement therapy) due to renal failure. Dialysis works on the principles of diffusion of solute through a semipermeable membrane that separates two solutions. Direction of diffusion depends on concentration of solute in each solution

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General symptoms — Thyroid hormone normally stimulates the metabolism, and most of the symptoms of hypothyroidism reflect slowing of metabolic processes. General symptoms may include fatigue, sluggishness, slight weight gain, and intolerance of cold temperatures. Skin — Hypothyroidism can decrease sweating Gestational Hypertension also referred to as Pregnancy-Induced Hypertension (PIH) is a condition characterized by high blood pressure during pregnancy.. Gestational Hypertension can lead to a serious condition called Preeclampsia, also referred to as Toxemia.Hypertension during pregnancy affects about 6-8% of pregnant women.. The different types of hypertension during pregnancy random blood glucose diabetes natural treatment cure. The mechanism of insulin is the same in DKA as in HHS with an important distinction. In DKA, as in HHS, the body does not have enough insulin to drive glucose into cells for use as fuel

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