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In the oliguric phase of renal failure, what is the most appropriate nursing diagnosis? a) fluid volume deficit b) activity intolerance c) ineffective breathing pattern d) fluid volume excess
What is a quick and effective pharmacological solution to fluid volume excess.?
Loop diuretics (ides) lasix/furosemide bumex/bumetanide demadex/ torsemid
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A nurse assesses a client who has fluid volume excess. Which of the following manifestations indicates fluid volume excess?
Jugular vein distension decreased hematocrit Increased heart rate
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For a client with a nursing diagnosis of “Fluid Volume excess,” the nurse is alert to which one of the following signs and symptoms?
Hypertension Also, a bounding pulse, and moist membranes are too.
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You are collecting data from a client who has fluid volume excess, what manifestations should you recognize that indicates fluid volume excess?
Jugular vein distension, decreased hematocrit, and increased heart rate.
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A client with cancer is secreting excessive amounts of antidiuretic hormone. The nurse will monitor the client for which consequence of excess antidiuretic hormone secretion? 1. Fluid volume excess 2. Hyperkalemia 3. Hypernatremia 4. Dehydration
1. Antidiuretic hormone increases renal tubular permeability and water retention.
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11. A nurse in a provider’s office is assessing a client who has heart failure. The client has gained weight since her last visit and her ankles are edematous. Which of the following findings by the nurse is another clinical manifestation of fluid volume excess?
Bounding pulse Rationale: Bounding pulse is an expected finding of fluid volume excess.
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During a procedure, a client’s temperature begins to rise rapidly. This is likely the result of which of the following complications? Hypothermia Fluid volume excess Infection Malignant hyperthermia
Malignant hyperthermia This inherited disorder occurs when body temperature, muscle metabolism, and heat production increase rapidly, progressively, and uncontrollably in response to stress and some anesthetic agents. If the client’s temperature begins to rise rapidly, anesthesia is discontinued, and the OR team implements measures to correct physiologic problems, such as fever or dysrhythmias. Hypothermia is a lower than expected body temperature. Signs of infection would not present during the procedure. Increased body temperature would not indicate fluid volume excess.
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Which of the following nursing diagnoses is stated correctly? (Select all that apply.) 1. Fluid Volume Excess related to heart failure 2. Sleep Deprivation related to sustained noisy environment 3. Impaired Bed Mobility related to postcardiac catheterization 4. Ineffective Protection related to inadequate nutrition 5. Diarrhea related to frequent, small, watery stools.
2, 4 Sleep deprivation related to sustained noisy environment Ineffective protection related to inadequate nutrition
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It is important to monitor O2 saturation, have patient in high fowlers, use incentive spirometer, and TCDB with fluid volume excess why?
excessive fluid will move to the plueral space
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