Mr. Jones was admitted to your floor following his knee surgery…

Question Answered step-by-step Mr. Jones was admitted to your floor following his knee surgery… Mr. Jones was admitted to your floor following his knee surgery this morning. He states a pain level of 3/10, his temp is 98.7, pulse is 78, respirations 18, 02 sat of 95%, and blood pressure of 136/88. He can have a clear liquid diet. Mr. Jones is on bedrest until tomorrow when he will begin physical therapy. To prevent any respiratory complications, Mr. Jones has incentive spirometry ordered.When you enter the room to complete a pain assessment, Mr. Jones is supine and blowing into the device. He is complaining that he doesn’t understand why he must use this thing. 1. What can you explain to Mr. Jones on the purpose of incentive spirometry?2. What education does Mr. Jones need regarding his incentive spirometry? Include teaching the steps on how to use the device.3. What position optimizes lung expansion?4. What would be the best teaching method for this patient? Health Science Science Nursing NUR 1023C Share QuestionEmailCopy link Comments (0)