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WHEN A PT IS ON FLUID RESTRICTIONS HOW MUCH FLUIDS SHOULD THEY CONSUME?
PREVIOUS 24 HR URINE OUTPUT +600 ML
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infant with iv fluids for tetralogy of fallot and begins to have a hypercyanotic spell – which action?
Place the infant in knee-chest position
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A nurse is caring for a child with dehydration. Which of the following should the nurse recognize as an appropriate assessment to determine the child’s response to parenteral fluids?
Weighing the child at the same time every day
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A school-age child needs an I.V. catheter inserted for administration of I.V. fluids. Which explanation by the nurse empowers the client to deal effectively with the procedure?
3. “You can help by keeping your arm as still as a tree.”
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Infiltration (where fluids from an IV leak from intended vein to surrounding tissues) is sometimes called
extravasation; but extravasation implies the IV catheter has dislodged
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Mr. Hamilton tells the nurse that he has cut back on drinking fluids to reduce his symptoms. How should the nurse respond?
-“Decreasing fluid intake may increase your risk for developing a UTI.”
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A client is prescribed 1 liter of D5 ½ NS to infuse over 8 hours. What rate will you infuse this bag of fluids using an IV pump? (Place only the numerical value in the space provided.)
1000 mL/8 hours = 125 mL/hr
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Water would be adequate for replenishing lost fluids for which of the following athletes? Select all that apply.
A runner who completes a 5-kilometer race in 28 minutes, A swimmer who trains in the pool for 45 minutes.
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once the doctor first orders fluids and meds and an Xray what should the RN do first?
notify radiology of the chest x ray because the placement has to be confirmed before we can put in fluids or medications!
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What does perspiration, tears, saliva, and tissue fluids secrete?
Lysozymes and peroxidase enzymes
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