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Nurse and nutritionist collaborate to develop plan of care to improve pt nutritional status. Nurse teaches the pt and family about foods high in protein and provides them with sample menus. Which breakfast selection(s) are good sources of protein?
-Scrambled eggs & sausage -egg, potato and onion omelet
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When providing discharge instructions for a patient postop following abdominal surgery, which patient statement indicates need for further teaching? I will call doctor if increase in temp or wound draining, I will eat foods high in protein and Vit C during my recovery, I will complete entire course of antibiotics, I will remain on bed rest until follow-up with doctor.
I will remain on bedrest until follow-up appt with doctor
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A nurse is providing discharge instructions for a client who is postoperative following abdominal surgery. Which of the following client statements indicates a need for further teaching? A. “I will call my Dr. if I have an increase in temperature or wound drainage.” B. “I will eat foods high in protein and vitamin C during my recovery” C. “I will complete the entire course of antibiotics.” D. “I will remain on bed rest until my follow up appointment with my doctor.”
D. “I will remain on bed rest until my follow up appointment with my doctor.” Rationale: Remaining on bed rest places the client at risk for development of venous thrombosis. The nurse should encourage ambulation and activity.
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DIETARY INSTRUCTION The health care provider prescribes an appetite stimulant and asks the nutritionist to consult with the Rusks regarding Mrs. Rusk’s dietary needs. The nurse and nutritionist collaborate to develop a plan of care to improve Mrs. Rusk’s nutritional status. The nurse teaches the Rusks about foods high in protein and provides them with sample menus. 13. Which breakfast selection provides the most protein? A. Oatmeal with a sliced banana B. Pancakes with maple syrup C. Hash browns and an English muffin D. Scrambled eggs and sausage E. Egg, potato and onion omelet
D. Scrambled eggs and sausage – Rationale: Both eggs and sausage are good sources of protein E. egg, potato, & onion omelet- good source of protein, vitamins and minerals
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Foods high in protein such as lean meats, fish, and soy should be the foundation of your diet. a. True b. False