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The nurse is assessing the client diagnosed with congestive heart failure. Which signs/symptoms would indicate that the medical treatment has been effective?
The client is able to perform ADLs without dyspnea.
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The client is admitted to the telemetry unit diagnosed with acute exacerbation of congestive heart failure (CHF). Which signs/symptoms would the nurse expect to find when assessing this client?
Apical pulse rate of 110 and 4+ pitting edema of feet.
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What types of drugs are used on a patient with congestive heart failure?
Lasix (furosemide), a diuretic or positive inotropic drugs
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Which of the following is defined as the inability of the heart muscle to pump blood at a life-sustaining rate? A. coronary occlusion B. coronary thrombosis C. congestive heart failure D. infarction
C (congestive heart failure)
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Which type of breath sound are you more likely to hear in a person with congestive heart failure? – Decreased/absent – Rhonchi – Crackles – Stridor
Which type of breath sound are you more likely to hear in a person with congestive heart failure? – Decreased/absent – Rhonchi *- Crackles* – Stridor
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Which of the following is not a disorder related to hypertension? A.heart attack B.congestive heart failure C.diabetes mellitus D.stroke
C.diabetes mellitus
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The nurse is developing a discharge-teaching plan for the client diagnosed with congestive heart failure. Which interventions should be included in the plan? Select all that apply.
2. Teach client how to count the radial pulse when taking digoxin, a cardiac glycoside. 3. Instruct client to remove the saltshaker from the dinner table.
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The health-care provider has ordered an angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitor for the client diagnosed with congestive heart failure. Which discharge instructions should the nurse include?
Teach the client how to prevent orthostatic hypotension. – if cough stop the medication – may cause hyperkalemia – take 1 hour before meals or 2 hours after meals
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The client diagnosed with congestive heart failure is complaining of leg cramps at night. Which nursing interventions should be implemented?
Monitor the client’s potassium level and assess the client’s intake of bananas and orange juice. – most probable cause of the pain is hypokalemia – peripheral edema may cause calf tightness not cramping
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The nurse enters the room of the client diagnosed with congestive heart failure. The client is lying in bed gasping for breath, is cool and clammy, and has buccal cyanosis. Which intervention would the nurse implement first?
Assist the client to a sitting position THEN vital and check pulse ox then sponge the client’s forehead
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