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A client is receiving atonal (tenormin) 25 mg PO after a myocardial infraction. The nurse determines the clinents apical pulse is 65 beats per minute. What action should the nurse implement next?
Administer the medication
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14. Which of the following nursing assessment data are most reflective of hypothermia? 1. Cyanotic lips, fingers, and toes 2. Rectal temperature of 35° C (95° F) 3. Bradycardia of 56 beats per minute 4. Exposure to outdoor temperatures of <32° F
Rectal temperature of 35° C (95° F)
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A metronome is which of the following? A series of beats in a melodic phrase Devices that produce regular ticks or beats according to the beats per minute The tempo of a piece of music A musical instrument that produces perfect pitch
Devices that produce regular ticks or beats according to the beats per minute
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What does it mean if a pacemaker is set at a ventricular rate of 70 beats per minute?
70 beats per minute is the rate at which the pacemaker will “kick in” to prevent the heart from going slower than this rate; -if patient has a heart rate slower than the set rate there is a problem and HCP needs to be notified
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The client received epidural anesthesia during labor and had a forceps delivery after pushing for 2 hours. At 6 hours postpartum, the client’s systolic blood pressure (BP) dropped 20 points, the diastolic BP dropped 10 points, and her pulse is 120 beats per minute. The client is very anxious and restless. The nurse is told that the client has a vulvar hematoma. On the basis of this diagnosis, the nurse should plan which action?
Preparing the client for surgery
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Which patient should not receive epoetin alfa (Epogen) as ordered at 9 am? a) The patient with a heart rate of 100 beats per minute b) The patient who has a blood pressure of 240/120 mm Hg c) The patient who is “too tired to get out of bed” d) The patient who has missed a round of chemotherapy
The patient who has a blood pressure of 240/120 mm Hg
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Which of the following clinical manifestations is often the earliest sign of malignant hyperthermia? Elevated temperature Oliguria Hypotension Tachycardia (heart rate above 150 beats per minute)
Tachycardia (heart rate above 150 beats per minute) Tachycardia is often the earliest sign of malignant hyperthermia. Hypotension is a later sign of malignant hyperthermia. The rise in temperature is actually a late sign that develops rapidly. Scant urinary output is a later sign of malignant hyperthermia.
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The nurse is calculating the cardiac output for a client with a heart rate of 88 beats per minute. What other measurements does the nurse need to complete this calculation? a. Cardiac index b. QT interval c. T wave d. Stroke volume