WEEK 6 NUR 112 Discussion Board Assignment 1 All Sections No unread…

Question WEEK 6 NUR 112 Discussion Board Assignment 1 All Sections No unread… WEEK 6 NUR 112 Discussion Board Assignment 1 All SectionsNo unread replies.No replies.Respond to the following questions.  Provide a cited rationale for your answers.23. The nursing instructor is teaching a class on thrombophlebitis. What should the nurse tell the students about the inflammatory response in thrombophlebitis?A) The inflammatory response is caused by the irritation of the clot.B) The inflammatory response is caused by accumulated waste products in the blocked vessel.C) The inflammatory response is caused by an excess for fibrin in the blocked vessel.D) The inflammatory response is caused by the irritation of blood trying to flow through the vessel.24. You are caring for a client with Buerger’s disease. You know that most of the care for this disease is carried out at home. What would be important to teach a client with Buerger’s disease?A) The need for adhering to the correct dietB) The importance of joining a support groupC) The need to cooperate with the home health nurseD) The importance of smoking cessation25. The nurse is caring for a pediatric client diagnosed with rheumatic carditis. The parents ask what is causing the inflammation. The nurse is correct to answer which of the following?A) “The inflammation is attributed to the group A beta-hemolytic streptococcal microorganism.”B) “The inflammation is from the antibodies formed to destroy the streptococcal microorganism.”C) “The inflammation is from the systematic infection.”D) “The inflammation is from the structural damage.”26. The nurse is obtaining a history from a client brought to the emergency department following a motor vehicle accident. The client states having a history of rheumatic heart disease as a child. Which long-standing changes of rheumatic heart disease are evaluated for?A) Valvular changesB) DysrhythmiasC) Heart failureD) Pulmonary hypertension27. The nurse is reviewing the results of a client’s diagnostic test indicating a positive strep culture. Which prescription medication does the nurse anticipate?A) PrednisoneB) AmoxicillinC) AcetaminophenD) Xanax28. The nurse is planning care for a client with history of rheumatic carditis. Which nursing intervention would be most helpful in preventing further complications?A) Assess temperature, pulse, respirations, and blood pressure every 4 hours.B) Use clean technique or sterile technique, when applicable, for any invasive procedure.C) Instruct on adequate rest, at least 8 hours, per day.D) Encourage a diet of lean meat and fish in a weekly meal plan.29. The nurse is documenting assessment findings as a client is being admitted to a medical unit. Which of the following conditions, present with a diagnosis of infectious endocarditis, is correct to be documented as petechiae?A) Purplish, painful nodulesB) Black longitudinal lines in the nailsC) White areas in the retina surrounded by areas of hemorrhageD) Reddish hemorrhagic spots on the skin30. The nurse is caring for a client who has history of thrombosis. The client asks, “I never want to have another pulmonary embolus in the lung again. Is there something that can be done to prevent them?” Which options would the nurse state and encourage discussion with the physician? Select all that apply.A) Anticoagulant therapyB) A vena caval filterC) Thrombolytic therapyD) A vena caval plicationE) A thrombectomy Health Science Science Nursing BIO NUR112 Share QuestionEmailCopy link Comments (0)