Answer and provide rationales 1) A nurse is caring for a client who…

Question Answered step-by-step Answer and provide rationales 1) A nurse is caring for a client who… Answer and provide rationales1) A nurse is caring for a client who is taking an agonist medication. The nurse should expect which of the following actions from this type of medication?      a) Acts with a partial agonist molecule to clock receptors fully       b) Temporarily occupies receptors instead of other competitive molecule     c) Blocks receptors and prevents them from activating with a regulatory molecule     d) Binds to receptors and mimics regulatory molecules.  Rationel: 2) A nurse is caring for a client who is receiving IV fluid replacement. Which of the following should the nurse identify as infiltration of the IV infusion site?        a) Redness at the IV catheter entry site        b) Palpate cord along the vein used for the infusion        c) Taut skin around the IV catheter site that is cool to touch         d) Bleeding at the IV insertion site Rationel  3) A nurse is preparing to administer an otic antibiotic to an adult client who has otitis media. Which of the following actions should the nurse plan to take?        a) Hold the dropper 1 cm (o.5in) above the ear canal during administration         b)Apply pressure to the nasolacrimal duct following the administration        c) Please a cotton ball into the inner ear canal for 30 min following administration         d) Straighten the ear canal by pulling the auricle down and back prior to administration.  rationel: 4) A nurse is preparing to administer eye drops for a client who has glaucoma.   When instilling the medication, which of the following actions should he nurse take?Instruct the client to blink several times after instilling the medication Ask the client to look straight ahead during instillation of the medication Apply pressure to the puncta after instilling the medication Place each drop of the medication directly onto the clients cornea. Rationel: 5) A nurse is preparing to administer an intramuscular injection to a young adult client. Which of the following injections sites is the safest for this client?      a) Vastus Lateralis       b) Dorsogluteal       c) Deltold        d) Ventrogluteal Rationel: 6) Which of the following is considered an example of pharmacokinetics? Select all that apply       a)Excretion        b) Mechanism of action        c) Absorption        d)  Distribution Rationel:  7) Which of the following action should be taken when administrating vaginal medication (select all that apply)      a) Position patient supine with knees bend       b) The nurse must wear gloves       c) Insert medication;/applicator along the posterior wall of vagina, 3 -4 inches for suppositories and 2-3     inches for creams.        d) Instruct client to remain supine for 30 min       e) If using an applicator wash with soap and water. Rationel: 8) A patient is scheduled to take three medications at 1000. The nurse confirms the following about each medication: right medication, right dose, right time, and right route. When thinking of the first 5 Rights of Medication Administration what “right” is the nurse missing?A) Right SiteB) Right AssessmentC) Right DocumentationD) Right Patient Rational:  9) A 65-year-old, 61 kg patient is ready for her annual flu vaccine that is delivered intramuscularly. What size needle would the nurse use to administer this IM injection in the deltoid muscle of this patient? A)25-gauge 3/8 in needleB)25 gauge 5/8 in needleC) 25 gauge 1 inch needle D)25 gauge 1.5 inch needle Rationel:    10. While preparing a subcutaneous injection, the nurse accidentally touches the tip of the syringe while   attaching the needle. What should the nurse do?A) Nothing, because the nurse will apply disposable clean gloves when administering the injection.B) Nothing, because this is a part of the syringe that the nurse can touch.C) Wipe the tip of the syringe off with an alcohol swab and attach the needle.D) Get a new sterile syringe. Rationel: Health Science Science Nursing NURSING 123 Share QuestionEmailCopy link Comments (0)