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A nurse is caring for a client who has a flaccid bladder following a spinal cord injury. Which of the following actions should the nurse take first?
Initiate a bladder training schedule
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The nurse assesses a client diagnosed with a spinal cord injury. Which assessment findings by the nurse suggest the complication of autonomic dysreflexia?
2. severe pounding HA 3. Profuse sweating 6. nasal congestion
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Patient is admitted to the neurologic ICU with a spinal cord injury. In writing the patient’s care plan, the nurse specifies that contractures can best be prevented by what action?
Initiating (ROM) exercises as soon as possible after the injury
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A client who sustained an L1 to L2 spinal cord injury in a construction accident asks a nurse if he’ll ever be able to walk again. Which response by the nurse is appropriate?
“What has your physician told you about your ability to walk again?”
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A patient with a C5 spinal cord injury is tetraplegic. After being moved out of the ICU, the patient complains of a severe throbbing headache. What should the nurse do first?
Check the patient’s indwelling urinary catheter for kinks to ensure patency.
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Which of the following fractures would be the least likely to cause a spinal cord injury
A physical therapist reviews the results of a pulmonary function test for a 58 y.o. M patient recently admitted to the hospital. The therapist notes that the patient’s total lung capacity is significantly increased when compared to established norms. Which medical condition would MOST likely produce this type of result? A) chronic bronchitis B) emphysema C) spinal cord injury D) pulmonary fibrosis
Emphysema (See pg. 754 for explanation)
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A nurse provides discharge teaching related to intermittent urinary self-catheterization to a client with a new spinal cord injury. Which instruction is most important for the nurse to include? 1.”Wear sterile gloves when doing the procedure.” 2.”Wash your hands before performing the procedure.” 3.”Perform the self-catheterization every 12 hours.” 4.”Dispose of the catheter after you have catheterized yourself.”
2.”Wash your hands before performing the procedure.”
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A nurse is assessing a client who has a high-thoracic spinal cord injury. The nurse should identify which of the following findings as a manifestation of autonomic dyreflexia?
Report of headache R: Autonomic dysreflexia is a neurological emergency that can occur in clients who have a cervical or thoracic spinal cord injury above the level of T6. Autonomic dysreflexia can be triggered by a full bladder or distended rectum. Manifestations include severe, throbbing headache; flushing of the face and neck; bradycardia; and extreme hypertension.
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An ED nurse has just received a call from EMS that they are transporting a 17-year-old man who has just sustained a spinal cord injury (SCI). The nurse recognizes that the most common cause of this type of injury is what?
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