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Which infection has clinical manifestations that include the sudden onset of malaise, low back pain, and perineal pain with high fever, dysuria, chills and urinary retention?
Lifestyle recommendations for preventing low back pain include which of the following?
Use lumbar support when driving. Progress gradually when attempting to improve strength. Maintain a healthy body weight. Avoid sitting in the same position for long periods. Avoid smoking.
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9. While assessing the spine, the RN assesses Ms. Lieu’s low back pain further. Which action will help determine the cause of her pain? -Instruct the client to balance on one foot with her arms at her sides -Watch the client while she stands upright and slowly squats down -Help the client to a prone position, rotating both legs inward -Ask the client to lie supine and raise on leg, keeping it straight
-Ask the client to lie supine and raise on leg, keeping it straight
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A nurse is assessing a client who is diagnosed with cystitis. Which assessment finding is inconsistent with the typical clinical manifestations noted in this disorder? a) hematuria b) low back pain c) urinary retention d) burning on urination
c) urinary retention
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6. Which information in Ms. Lieu’s history reflects a high risk for low back pain? -Volunteers on the weekend as a tour guide at a historical city mansion -often rides a bicycle to her job as a history professor at a local college -Frequently travels with her husband to Korea by air to visit relatives -Spends her evening working in her large vegetable and flower garden
spends her evenings working in garden [involves bending, pulling, lifting increases risk of low back pain.]
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injuries such as low back pain are reduced if the spine is properly aligned by strong muscles in the
abdomen, hips, lower back, and legs
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The Registered nurse (RN) notes the client’s history of osteoporosis and her report of low back pain. As Ms. Lieu walks to the exam room, the RN prepares to complete a history and physical assessment, focusing on the musculoskeletal system. 1. The RN begins the assessment as the client ambulates in the hallway. What observations should the RN make while client is walking to the exam room? (Select all that apply). -Fine Motor function -Gait -Balance -Posture -Bone density
Gait, Balance Posture
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Question 10 of 20 A client is being seen by an urologist for perineal pain, low back pain, fever lasting 5 days, and painful urination. The physician confirms a diagnosis of prostatitis and orders treatment. During client education, which recommendation does the nurse make? Regularly drain the gland. Avoid caffeine. All options are correct. Complete the prescribed antibiotic treatment.
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