The nurse is planning care for a client with a fractured femur. Select all that apply. One, some, or all responses may be correct. *he nurse makes eye contact with the client. 2. The nurse leans backward during the interaction. 3. *The nurse smiles at the client during the interaction. 4. The nurse shrugs her shoulders in response to a client's question.

A nurse assesses an older adult client who was admitted 2 days ago with a fractured hip. The nurse notes that the client is confused and restless. The client’s vital signs are heart rate 98 beats/min, respiratory rate 32 breaths/min, blood pressure 132/78 mm Hg, and SpO2 88%.

The nurse is planning care for a client with a fractured femur. 1. The client adducts the affected leg every 2 hours. 2. The client rolls the affected leg away from the body's midline twice per day. 3. The client performs isometric exercises to the affected extremity three times per day. 4. The client asks the nurse to add a 5-lb weight to the traction for 30 minutes/ day. 3.

The nurse is planning care for a client with a femoral fracture who is in balanced suspension traction. Which nursing care can be included in the plan of care? A) Using a fracture bedpan when the client is in the trapeze to raise hips B) turning the client side decide to give back care C) raising the head of the bed to 90° to set the client up ...

The office nurse for an orthopedic health care provider receives 4 telephone messages. Which client does the nurse call back first? 1. Client who had a left total knee replacement 7 days ago and reports cramping pain in the left calf 2. Client with a fractured wrist who reports severe itching under a cast that was applied 3 days ago 3.Chapter 41. 4.5 (4 reviews) 1. The nurse is caring for a patient who has had a plaster leg cast applied. Immediately post-application, the nurse should inform the patient that: A) The cast will cool in 5 minutes. B) The cast should be covered with a towel. C) The cast should be supported on a board while drying.

A nurse is caring for a patient with a fractured femur. The health care provider finds that the patient has fat embolism syndrome. What treatment (or treatments) of fat embolism syndrome should the nurse anticipate for this patient? Select all that apply. A nurse cares for a frail, elderly client with osteoporosis in a nursing home. Which interventions are appropriate to include in the client's care plan to help prevent an hip fracture? Select all that apply 1. Calcium supplements 2. Encourage bed rest 3. Use of full bed rails during the night 4. Vitamin D supplements 5. Weight-bearing exercisesA. Log rolling every 2 hours. B. Isometric exercises of both legs. C. Active range-of-motion exercises of the left leg. D. Passive range of motion to the right leg. C. Active range-of-motion exercises of the left leg. A nurse is planning care for a newly admitted client who has skeletal traction for a fractured femur.A femur fracture is a condition that involves a broken thigh bone and usually happens due to a strong force or a major accident. The femur consists of two femora connected to the pelvis via the hip joint and to the tibia via the knee joint. Study with Quizlet and memorize flashcards containing terms like The nurse is preparing to administer a medication through a nasogastric (NG) tube that is connected to suction. Which interventions should be included to accurately administer the medication? Select all that apply., The nurse working in a prenatal clinic reviews a client's chart and notes that the primary health care provider ... a. loosen the traction and help the patient turn onto the unaffected side. b. place a pillow between the patient's legs and turn gently to each side. c. have the patient lift the buttocks slightly by using a trapeze over the bed. d. turn the patient partially to each side with the assistance of another nurse. ANS: C.Study with Quizlet and memorize flashcards containing terms like When inspecting a client's skin, a nurse finds a circumscribed elevated area filled with serous fluid. What term should the nurse use to document this finding?, An adolescent has skeletal traction for a fractured femur. Which is the most appropriate nursing intervention for this client?, A female client reports to a nurse that ...Study with Quizlet and memorize flashcards containing terms like Which cast care instructions should the nurse provide to a client who just had a plaster cast applied to the right forearm? Select all that apply. a. Keep the cast clean and dry b. Allow the cast 24 to 72 hours to dry c. Keep the cast and extremity elevated d. Expect tingling and numbness in extremity e. Use a hair dryer set on a ...

c. "Use a cloth-covered pillow to elevate the client's leg." d. "Handle the cast with your fingertips to prevent indentations.", A nurse obtains the health history of a client with a fractured femur. Which factor identified in the client's history should the nurse recognize as an aspect that may impede healing of the fracture? a. Sedentary ...Study with Quizlet and memorize flashcards containing terms like A nurse is caring for a patient who has had a plaster arm cast applied. Immediately postapplication, the nurse should provide what teaching to the patient? A) The cast will feel cool to touch for the first 30 minutes. B) The cast should be wrapped snuggly with a towel until the patient gets home. C) The cast should be supported ... avoids holding the breath during activity. A client who suffered blunt chest trauma in a motor vehicle accident complains of chest pain, which is exacerbated by deep inspiration. On auscultation, the nurse detects a pericardial friction rub — a classic sign of acute pericarditis. The physician confirms acute pericarditis and begins ... A nurse is caring for a patient with a fractured femur. The health care provider finds that the patient has fat embolism syndrome. What treatment (or treatments) of fat embolism syndrome should the nurse anticipate for this patient? Select all that apply.

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Study with Quizlet and memorize flashcards containing terms like To assess the joints, a nurse asks a client to perform various movements. As the client moves their arm away from the midline, the nurse evaluates their ability to perform, The client with rheumatoid arthritis has been taking large doses of aspirin to relieve joint pain. The nurse should assess the client for:, A client takes ...

Study with Quizlet and memorize flashcards containing terms like A nurse is caring for a client diagnosed with diabetes. The nurse notes that the client has a mild tremor, slight diaphoresis and is fully oriented. Which of the following nursing actions should have the highest priority?, A client is admitted to the surgical unit after sustaining a compound fracture of the left femur. The client ...A nurse assesses an older adult client who was admitted 2 days ago with a fractured hip. The nurse notes that the client is confused and restless. The client’s vital signs are heart rate 98 beats/min, respiratory rate 32 breaths/min, blood pressure 132/78 mm Hg, and SpO2 88%. Study with Quizlet and memorize flashcards containing terms like A nurse is caring for a patient who has had a plaster arm cast applied. Immediately postapplication, the nurse should provide what teaching to the patient?, A patient broke his arm in a sports accident and required the application of a cast. Shortly following application, the patient complained of an inability to straighten his ... A nurse is caring for a patient with a fractured femur. The health care provider finds that the patient has fat embolism syndrome. What treatment (or treatments) of fat embolism syndrome should the nurse anticipate for this patient? Select all that apply.Study with Quizlet and memorize flashcards containing terms like Which cast care instructions should the nurse provide to a client who just had a plaster cast applied to the right forearm? Select all that apply., plaster cast teaching, A client is being discharged to home after application of a plaster leg cast. Which statement indicates that the client understands proper care of the cast? and ...

Select all that apply. One, some, or all responses may be correct. *he nurse makes eye contact with the client. 2. The nurse leans backward during the interaction. 3. *The nurse smiles at the client during the interaction. 4. The nurse shrugs her shoulders in response to a client's question.Which action should the nurse take?, A child is placed in skeletal traction for treatment of a fractured femur. The nurse creates a plan of care and should include which intervention? and more. Study with Quizlet and memorize flashcards containing terms like A child with cerebral palsy is in a management program to achieve maximum potential for ...Which of the following responses by the nurse is an example of therapeutic communication?, A nurse is planning reminiscence therapy for an older adult client. The nurse should identify which of the following goals for the client's therapy?, A nurse is an emergency department is caring for an 18-month-old toddler who has a fractured left femur. The nurse is developing a plan of care for a client with a fractured femur, is in traction, and will be restricted to bed for some time. Which domain should the nurse look to for developing a nursing diagnosis based on this client's musculoskeletal health problems? A. Nutrition B. Activity/Rest C. Health Promotion D. Self-perception The nurse is planning care for a 14-year-old client whose x-ray shows a comminuted fracture with the need for external appliance stabilization. Which nursing action is most important? assessing the color and movement of the hand and fingers. An infant was born with a severely deformed hand. He is now 6 months old.Study with Quizlet and memorize flashcards containing terms like The nurse witnesses an accident on a highway and stops to provide assistance to the victim. The nurse notes that the client sustained a head injury and a compound fracture to the left leg. The nurse provides the appropriate care before transport of the victim to the hospital by ambulance. The client develops a severe bone ...maintain a patent airway. A client undergoes total hip replacement. After surgery, the client questions why he must go to a rehabilitation center because he has family who can care for him. Which response by the nurse is best? the rehabilitation staff can evaluate your progress. Which goal is the priority for a client with a fractured femur who ... Study with Quizlet and memorize flashcards containing terms like A nurse is caring for a construction worker who fell from the second story of a building site and fractured the femoral neck. Which nursing diagnosis is a priority for the client? Select all that apply. A. Risk for infection B.Impaired physical mobility C. Risk for injury D. Urinary incontinence E. Disturbed body image, Which ...Apr 29, 2023 · Make use of this in-depth nursing care plan and management roadmap to aid in the care of patients with fracture. Expand your knowledge base of nursing assessments, interventions, goal formulation, and nursing diagnoses, all customized to meet the distinct needs of patients with fracture. Table of Contents What is Fracture? Study with Quizlet and memorize flashcards containing terms like A nurse is caring for a patient who has had a plaster arm cast applied. Immediately postapplication, the nurse should provide what teaching to the patient? A) The cast will feel cool to touch for the first 30 minutes. B) The cast should be wrapped snuggly with a towel until the patient gets home. C) The cast should be supported ...Study with Quizlet and memorize flashcards containing terms like A client with a fractured femur is placed in skeletal traction. The nurse should do which to monitor for nerve injury?, A primary health care provider has given a prescription for dietary iron supplements to the client with osteoporosis who has an iron deficiency anemia.The surgeon inserts metal pins into the bone or bones from outside the skin surface and then attaches a compression device to the pins. A nurse is caring for a client who has a leg cast. The nurse observes that the client uses a pencil to scratch the skin under the edge of the cast.Study with Quizlet and memorize flashcards containing terms like A client has been admitted with advanced cirrhosis. The nurse's assessment reveals an abdominal girth increase of 5 inches (12.7 cm) and a weight increase of 6 lbs. (2.72 kg) since yesterday's measurements. Based on this data, what would be the nurse's priority assessment? 1. Stool for occult blood 2. Ammonia blood level 3. Blood ...Study with Quizlet and memorize flashcards containing terms like The nurse is contributing to the plan of care for a patient who has a right fractured femur. What intervention should the nurse include in the plan of care to prevent fat emboli? a. Decrease dietary consumption of fats. b. Maintain immobilization of the right leg. c. Encourage coughing and deep breathing hourly. d. Perform ...Study with Quizlet and memorize flashcards containing terms like The nurse is contributing to the plan of care for a patient who has a right fractured femur. What intervention should the nurse include in the plan of care to prevent fat emboli? a. Decrease dietary consumption of fats. b. Maintain immobilization of the right leg. c. Encourage coughing and deep breathing hourly. d. Perform ... A nurse is caring for a client admitted to the nursing unit from the PACU following a craniotomy. The initial nursing assessments should focus on A. intracranial pressure B. pupillary reflexes C. level of consciousness D. airway patency, 3. A nurse is planning to prioritize client care after receiving report and rounded on assigned patients.c. "Use a cloth-covered pillow to elevate the client's leg." d. "Handle the cast with your fingertips to prevent indentations.", A nurse obtains the health history of a client with a fractured femur. Which factor identified in the client's history should the nurse recognize as an aspect that may impede healing of the fracture? a. Sedentary ... A nurse is planning care for an adolescent who is postoperative following scoliosis repair with Harrington rod instrumentation which of the following intervention should the nurse include in the plan of care? A) Keep the head of the bed at a 30° angle. B) Reposition the client by logrolling every four hours.

Study with Quizlet and memorize flashcards containing terms like When inspecting a client's skin, a nurse finds a circumscribed elevated area filled with serous fluid. What term should the nurse use to document this finding?, An adolescent has skeletal traction for a fractured femur. Which is the most appropriate nursing intervention for this client?, A female client reports to a nurse that ...Study with Quizlet and memorize flashcards containing terms like A nurse is caring for a client who has balanced skeletal traction with a Thomas splint for the treatment of a fracture of the femur. Which of the following actions should the nurse take to prevent skin breakdown?, A nurse is collecting data from an older adult client who is preoperative for a total hip arthroplasty. For which of ...Study with Quizlet and memorize flashcards containing terms like A nurse is caring for a client who has balanced skeletal traction with a Thomas splint for the treatment of a fracture of the femur. Which of the following actions should the nurse take to prevent skin breakdown?, A nurse is collecting data from an older adult client who is preoperative for a total hip arthroplasty. For which of ...A client has just been admitted to the hospital with a fractured femur and pelvic fractures. The nurse should plan to carefully monitor the client for which signs/symptoms? 1.Fever and bradycardia 2.Fever and hypertension 3.Tachycardia and hypotension 4.Bradycardia and hypertension Which action should the nurse take?, A child is placed in skeletal traction for treatment of a fractured femur. The nurse creates a plan of care and should include which intervention? and more. Study with Quizlet and memorize flashcards containing terms like A child with cerebral palsy is in a management program to achieve maximum potential for ...A nurse who is accompanying the group suspects a fracture of the tibia. To immobilize the suspected fracture, where is the best location to apply the splint?, The nurse is checking on a client with a fractured femur who is in skeletal traction. Which of the following actions is necessary to determine a client's neurovascular status?

Which of the following responses by the nurse is an example of therapeutic communication?, A nurse is planning reminiscence therapy for an older adult client. The nurse should identify which of the following goals for the client's therapy?, A nurse is an emergency department is caring for an 18-month-old toddler who has a fractured left femur. 1 Taking supplemental calcium and vitamin D. 2 Increasing the consumption of eggs and cheese. 3 Taking supplemental magnesium and vitamin E. 4 Increasing the consumption of milk and milk products. 1. A client with a fractured head of the right femur and osteoporosis is placed in Buck extension before surgical repair. A nurse cares for a frail, elderly client with osteoporosis in a nursing home. Which interventions are appropriate to include in the client's care plan to help prevent an hip fracture? Select all that apply 1. Calcium supplements 2. Encourage bed rest 3. Use of full bed rails during the night 4. Vitamin D supplements 5. Weight-bearing exercisesSelect all that apply. One, some, or all responses may be correct. *he nurse makes eye contact with the client. 2. The nurse leans backward during the interaction. 3. *The nurse smiles at the client during the interaction. 4. The nurse shrugs her shoulders in response to a client's question.Study with Quizlet and memorize flashcards containing terms like A client is confined to bed with a fracture of the left femur. He begins receiving subcutaneous heparin injections. What is the purpose of this medication? 1. To prevent thrombophlebitis and pulmonary emboli associated with immobility 2.To promote vascular perfusion by preventing formation of microemboli in the left leg 3.To ...The nurse is caring for a patient whose fractured left femur was surgically managed with intramedullary (I-M) rodding. The nurse would explain which benefits of this type of fixation? (Select all that apply) 1. It results in only minimal skin scarring. 2. It does not interfere with range of motion. 3. It facilitates direct visualization of the ...Study with Quizlet and memorize flashcards containing terms like a nurse is planning care for a client who has thoughts of suicide which of the following goals should the nurse include in the clients plan of care, a nurse enters a clients room and observes that the client is agitated and pacing rapidly the client looks at the nurse and says back off and leave me alone which of the following ...Nursing Prep U The nurse is developing a plan of care for a client with a fractured femur who is in traction and will be restricted to bed for some time. Which domain should the nurse consider when developing a nursing diagnosis based on this client's musculoskeletal health problems? Click the card to flip 👆 Activity and rest A nurse assesses an older adult client who was admitted 2 days ago with a fractured hip. The nurse notes that the client is confused and restless. The client’s vital signs are heart rate 98 beats/min, respiratory rate 32 breaths/min, blood pressure 132/78 mm Hg, and SpO2 88%.Select all that apply. - Apply occlusive dressings after rewarming - Elevate affected extremities after rewarming - Massage the areas to increase circulation - Provide adequate analgesia - Provide continuous warm water soaks., The nurse is planning care for an 11-year-old admitted for surgical treatment of a fractured femur.A. Schedule the child for an abdominal ultrasound. B.Instruct the parent to avoid pressing on the abdominal area. C.Determine if the child is having pain. D. Obtain a urine specimen for a urinalysis. B. A nurse is caring for a child who has acute glomerulonephritis.Study with Quizlet and memorize flashcards containing terms like A nurse is caring for a patient who has had a plaster arm cast applied. Immediately postapplication, the nurse should provide what teaching to the patient? A) The cast will feel cool to touch for the first 30 minutes. B) The cast should be wrapped snuggly with a towel until the patient gets home. C) The cast should be supported ...Study with Quizlet and memorize flashcards containing terms like The nurse is preparing to administer a medication through a nasogastric (NG) tube that is connected to suction. Which interventions should be included to accurately administer the medication? Select all that apply., The nurse working in a prenatal clinic reviews a client's chart and notes that the primary health care provider ... A nurse is caring for a patient with a fractured femur. The health care provider finds that the patient has fat embolism syndrome. What treatment (or treatments) of fat embolism syndrome should the nurse anticipate for this patient? Select all that apply.Study with Quizlet and memorize flashcards containing terms like When inspecting a client's skin, a nurse finds a circumscribed elevated area filled with serous fluid. What term should the nurse use to document this finding?, An adolescent has skeletal traction for a fractured femur. Which is the most appropriate nursing intervention for this client?, A female client reports to a nurse that ...The nurse is assigned to care for a client in traction. The nurse prepares a plan of care for the client and includes which nursing action in the plan? 1. Ensure that the knots are at the pulleys. 2. Check the weights to ensure that they are off of the floor. 3. Ensure that the head of the bed is kept at a 45- to 90-degree angle. 4.Which action should the nurse take?, A child is placed in skeletal traction for treatment of a fractured femur. The nurse creates a plan of care and should include which intervention? and more. Study with Quizlet and memorize flashcards containing terms like A child with cerebral palsy is in a management program to achieve maximum potential for ... The nurse is assigned to care for a client in traction. The nurse prepares a plan of care for the client and includes which nursing action in the plan? 1. Ensure that the knots are at the pulleys. 2. Check the weights to ensure that they are off of the floor. 3. Ensure that the head of the bed is kept at a 45- to 90-degree angle. 4.Study with Quizlet and memorize flashcards containing terms like An overweight adolescent client has lost 12 lb (5.4 kg) in 8 weeks using diet strategies. The client reaches a weight loss plateau and is discouraged. The nurse instructs the client to keep a food diary for what purpose?, An adolescent is on the football team and practices in the morning and afternoon before school starts for the ...

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The nurse checks the client's alignment in bed and notes that proper alignment is maintained. Which is the priority nursing action? a. Provide pin care b. Medicate the client c. Call the healthcare provider d. Remove 2 pounds, A nurse is developing a plan of care for a client who has a fracture to achieve the outcome of functional healing.

Study with Quizlet and memorize flashcards containing terms like A nurse is caring for a construction worker who fell from the second story of a building site and fractured the femoral neck. Which nursing diagnosis is a priority for the client? Select all that apply. A. Risk for infection B.Impaired physical mobility C. Risk for injury D. Urinary incontinence E. Disturbed body image, Which ...Study with Quizlet and memorize flashcards containing terms like A client experiences a muscle sprain of the ankle. When assessing the injury, the nurse discovers that a hematoma is developing, edema is present and that the client reports tenderness when the ankle is palpated. The nurse anticipates that the plan of care will include the applying of a/an: 1. Binder 2. Ice bag 3. Elastic bandage ... Study with Quizlet and memorize flashcards containing terms like Which statement made by a client diagnosed with Addison's disease indicates to the nurse that the client needs further teaching about fludrocortisone therapy? 1. "Taking my medicine at night will help me sleep." 2. "It is important to wear a medical alert bracelet all of the time." 3. "My medication dose may change based on my ...Study with Quizlet and memorize flashcards containing terms like Which cast care instructions should the nurse provide to a client who just had a plaster cast applied to the right forearm? Select all that apply. a. Keep the cast clean and dry b. Allow the cast 24 to 72 hours to dry c. Keep the cast and extremity elevated d. Expect tingling and numbness in extremity e. Use a hair dryer set on a ... The nurse is planning care to prevent complications for a client with multiple myeloma. Which intervention is most important for the nurse to include? A. Safety precautions during activity. B. Assess for changes in size of lymph nodes. C. Maintain a fluid intake of 3 to 4 L per day. D. Administer narcotic analgesic around the clock. a. apply cream daily to the residual limb. b. cover the residual limb with a nylon sock. c. keep the residual limb elevated. d. expose the residual limb to air. d. expose the residual limb to air. the nurse teaches a client diagnosed with a fractured left femur that is in a cast. the client asks how to keep the muscles of the legs strong during ... Study with Quizlet and memorize flashcards containing terms like The nurse is one of several people who witness a vehicle hit a pedestrian at a fairly low speed on a small street. The individual is dazed and tries to get up, and the leg appears fractured. The nurse should plan to perform which action?, The nurse witnesses a client sustain a fall and suspects that the client's leg may be ...A client has just been admitted to the hospital with a fractured femur and pelvic fractures. The nurse should plan to carefully monitor the client for which signs/symptoms? 1.Fever and bradycardia 2.Fever and hypertension 3.Tachycardia and hypotension 4.Bradycardia and hypertension

craigslist philadelphia cars and trucks by ownervalor_publikation_aussetzung fondspreisberechnung.pdfgerzeny4x4 cedar post lowe The nurse is planning care for a client with a fractured femur nevada bob [email protected] & Mobile Support 1-888-750-7059 Domestic Sales 1-800-221-4873 International Sales 1-800-241-8402 Packages 1-800-800-3416 Representatives 1-800-323-6456 Assistance 1-404-209-6103. Study with Quizlet and memorize flashcards containing terms like Which is an inaccurate principle of traction? -The weights are not removed unless intermittent treatment is prescribed. -The weights must hang freely. -The client must be in good alignment in the center of the bed. -Skeletal traction is interrupted to turn and reposition the client., The nurse is providing instructions to the ... . the retreat at fuquay varina Study with Quizlet and memorize flashcards containing terms like A 65-year-old Asian American female has been brought to the emergency department accompanied by her spouse with a fractured femur. The health care provider has prescribed a Foley catheter be inserted. Which action(s) should the male nurse, who has been assigned to the provide care to this client, prioritize to best care for this ...Select all that apply. - Apply occlusive dressings after rewarming - Elevate affected extremities after rewarming - Massage the areas to increase circulation - Provide adequate analgesia - Provide continuous warm water soaks., The nurse is planning care for an 11-year-old admitted for surgical treatment of a fractured femur. art labeling activity gross anatomy of the stomachcemiplimab rwlc Study with Quizlet and memorize flashcards containing terms like The nurse is preparing to administer a medication through a nasogastric (NG) tube that is connected to suction. Which interventions should be included to accurately administer the medication? Select all that apply., The nurse working in a prenatal clinic reviews a client's chart and notes that the primary health care provider ... berks soil and stone incbandq dulux paint offers 3 for 2 New Customers Can Take an Extra 30% off. There are a wide variety of options. 3. "I will assess the skin using the Braden scale." 4. "A pillow will be placed between the knees when client is side lying." 5. "The incontinent client will be kept clean and dry." 1,3,4,5. The nurse is caring for a client in an outpatient clinic. The client is being treated with warfarin for prevention of a stroke due to atrial fibrillation.C. "A bone fracture can be the direct result of excess pressure in the fibrous membrane or fascia." D. "Diseases such as neoplasms do not cause bone fractures." E. "The severity of a bone fracture depends on the force of the action against the bone and bone strength." Answer: B, E.The nurse is developing a plan of care for a client with a fractured femur, is in traction, and will be restricted to bed for some time. Which domain should the nurse look to for developing a nursing diagnosis based on this client's musculoskeletal health problems? A. Nutrition B. Activity/Rest C. Health Promotion D. Self-perception