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Following shift report on an oncology unit, which patient would the nurse assess first?
C) 68 year old male diagnosed with late stage lung cancer complaining of difficulty breathing.
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What can the oncology nurse do to minimize the exposure risk to chemotherapeutic agents?
Be familiar with institution’s policies and procedures and use them as precautionary measures.
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A patient who has been taking high-dose cyclophosphamide therapy has had sterile hemorrhagic cystitis. What measures can the oncology nurse take to reduce the risk of recurrence?
• Administer mesna as ordered. • Prehydrate the patient orally and intravenously (IV) with 2 L of normal saline. • Monitor urine output.
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What does staging, as it relates to oncology terminology, refer to?
extent of disease and tumor size
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After receiving the hand-off report, which client should the oncology nurse see first?
Older client on chemotherapy with mental status changes Older clients often do not exhibit classic signs of infection, and often mental status changes are the first observation.
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A nurse is providing care to pediatric clients on an oncology floor. The nurse would expect which age group as perceiving death as reversible, avoidable and occurring in degrees?
Preschoolers Preschoolers perceive death as reversible, avoidable, and occurring in degrees. Infants have no concept of life and death. Toddlers experience a fear of abandonment. Early school-age children perceive death as unnatural, reversible and avoidable, and may also personify death.
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A client is being evaluated in an oncology clinic after referral by the client’s provider for suspicion of Hodgkin’s disease. The nurse should anticipate that the client will exhibit which of the following?
Enlarged lymph nodes
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A nurse in an oncology care unit is reviewing the laboratory test results of several clients scheduled to receive chemotherapy. The nurse determines that the client with which leukocyte count will most likely have the chemotherapy withheld?
2,500 cells/mm3
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A 69-year-old female client has been diagnosed with malignant melanoma. The care team has collaborated with the client and her family and agreed on a plan of care that includes administration of interferon alfa-2b. After administering interferon alfa-2b, the oncology nurse should anticipate that the client may develop which adverse effect?
What is the most reliable indicator of the need for pain relief in the oncology patient?
patients report of a need for pain relief
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