The assistive personnel assigned to a client who is 1 day…

Question Answered step-by-step The assistive personnel assigned to a client who is 1 day… The assistive personnel assigned to a client who is 1 day postoperative after a total abdominal hysterectomy reports that the client’s temperature is now 102.6°F and that her pulse is too fast and irregular to count accurately. The nurse assesses the client and finds the vital signs report accurate and that the client both is sweating profusely and has hand tremors. Inspection of the surgical sites reveals an intact incision with no areas of redness or drainage. When the nurse asks the client how she feels, the client reports that she is thirsty, feels jittery, can’t relax, and is having a hard time focusing on the book she is trying to read. She rates her surgical site pain as a 3 on a 0 to 10 scale. She then says that she has not felt like this since she underwent radiation therapy for hyperthyroidism 8 months ago. What assessment information in this client situation is the most important and immediate concern for the nurse?What client conditions are consistent with the most relevant information? Health Science Science Nursing NURS 316L Share QuestionEmailCopy link Comments (0)