1.In preparing to administer a transdermal medication, which…

Question Answered step-by-step 1.In preparing to administer a transdermal medication, which… 1.In preparing to administer a transdermal medication, which equipment should the Practical assemble?Gloves and lubricant.Soap and water Gown and gloves  A syringe and needle.2. A client receives a prescription for potassium chloride 20 mEq/100 mL intravenously to be refused over 2 hours . The practical nurse (PN) should program the infusion to deliver how many mL/hr. (Enter numeric value only . if rounding is required ,round the nearest whole number. 3. The practical nurse (PN) caring  for an adult male client with Parkison’s disease (PD)and notices hesitation and then freezing when the client approaches the doorway. Which action should PN implement(Select all that apply)Provide the client with emotional support.Instruct the client to cross his legs.Remove any obstacles in the client’s path.Gently push the client to begin movement.Encourage the client to move faster. 4. In caring for a client who requires seizure precautions, the practical nurse (PN)should ensure the ready availability of equipment to perform which procedure?A . Insert a urinary catheterB. suction the tracheaC. Insert a nasogastric tube.D. Apply soft restraints. 5. During the immediate postoperative period following a total hip replacement , which intervention is most important for the practical nurse (PN) to implement?Encourage client to use walker or cane when ambulating Monitor urinary flow via indwelling catheterKeep client’s hip alignment with knees abductedTeach client to sit on the side of the bed before standing 6. The practical nurse(PN) is assigned to provide care for a client with rheumatoid arthritis who is preparing for discharge . In planning the client’s care the PN should identify which client goal as the most important ?Adapt self care skills Improve body imageAcquire coping skills Conserve energy. 7. A client has partial thickness to both arms. After medicating the client with an opioid analgesic , the practical nurse (PN) changes the sterile dressing. Which action is most important for the PN to implement before applying silver sulfadiazine cream to the burn lesions?Apply the cream to the sterile dressing using a sterile tongue blade.Open all the supplies before donning sterile gloves.Evaluate the client’s response to the medication.Remove the previous layer of medication using sterile normal saline.        8. The practical nurse(PN) observes an unlicensed assistive personnel (UAP) preparing to obtain the rectal temperature of a 2 year old child with  leukemia. Which action should PN take ?A, Advise the UAP to take a tympanic rather than rectal temperature.B. Instruct the UAP to report the results to the PN immediatelyC. Observe the UAP to ensure the thermometer is inserted correctly. D. Remind the UAP to lubricate the thermometer before insertion. 9. The practical nurse(PN) is administering multiple prescribed vaccines to a toddler. Which strategy should the PN prioritize to reduce the duration of pain?Supine position.Verbal reassurance Simultaneous injections Physical soothing. 10. The health care provide prescribes glycopyrrolate 5 mcg/kg intramuscularly for a child who weighs 23 kg. The medication is available in a 0.2 mg/ml vial. How many mg should the practical nurse(PN) administer? (Enter numeric value only, if rounding is required round  to the nearest hundredth) .  Health Science Science Nursing BIO/ 208 Share QuestionEmailCopy link Comments (0)