7. The nurse is teaching the client who has had rectal surgery about the proper timing for sitz bath. The nurse knows that the client understands the teaching when the client states that it is most important to take a sitz bath at: a. At bedtime b. After a bowel movement c. First thing each morning d. As needed for discomfort The nurse is providing discharge education to a client newly diagnosed with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (copd). the client states "i have always enjoyed exercising with my friends, but i guess i won't be doing that anymore." A community health nurse is teaching a client who was newly diagnosed with active pulmonary tuberculosis about disease transmission. Which of the following information should the nurse include? Household members should take isoniziad for 6-12 months- b/c at risk for developing the disease.
A nurse is discharging a client who has pulmonary tuberculosis and is to start therapy with rifampin. The nurse should plan to include which of the following in the client's discharge teaching plan? 1. a nurse is providing discharge teaching to a client who has COPD and has a new script for albuterol, what information should be included in the teaching this medication can increase your heart rate a nurse is preparing to administer a new prescription prednisone (deltasone) to a client who has COPD, what should the nurse monitor for
Apr 10, 2019 · MDR tuberculosis can be primary or secondary. Primary is caused by person-to-person transmission of a drug-resistant organism; secondary is usually the result of nonadherence to therapy or inappropriate treatment. Nursing Care Plans. Here are five (5) nursing care plans (NCP) and nursing diagnosis (NDx) for pulmonary tuberculosis: Risk for ...
which intervention will the nurse include in discharge teaching after sinus surgery to prevent bleeding from the surgical site? use a stool softener: the client has a peristonsillar abscess which is the priority instruction the nurse will provide to this client? take the antibiotic for the entire time it is prescribed not just until you feel better The nurse should implement airborne precautions when providing care for a client who has varicella, pulmonary tuberculosis, or measles. This type of precaution requires a negative airflow room and the wearing of an N95 mask. During discharge teaching, a nurse is instructing a client about pneumonia. The client demonstrates his understanding of relapse when he states that he must: a) follow up with the physician in 2 weeks. b) turn and reposition himself every 2 hours. c) maintain fluid intake of 40 oz (1,200 ml) per day.
Sep 24, 2017 · Pulmonary tuberculosis (PTB) is a chronic respiratory disease common among crowded and poorly ventilated areas. An acute or chronic infection caused by Mycobacterium tuberculosis, tuberculosis is characterized by pulmonary infiltrates, formation of granulomas with caseation, fibrosis, and cavitation. Sep 24, 2019 · DISCHARGE INSTRUCTIONS: Call your local emergency number (911 in the US) if: You have chest pain or cough up blood. You have trouble breathing. Call your doctor if: You have a fever, headache, and a stiff neck. You have a rash or nausea, or you are vomiting. The whites of your eyes or your skin look yellow. Your urine looks like dark tea or coffee.
Chapter 7 – Tuberculosis Infection Control. 191. Introduction. M. tuberculosis. can be transmitted in virtually any setting. Clinicians should be aware that . transmission has been documented in health-care settings where health-care workers (HCWs) and patients come in contact with persons with infectious TB who • Have unsuspected TB ... Sep 24, 2017 · Pulmonary tuberculosis (PTB) is a chronic respiratory disease common among crowded and poorly ventilated areas. An acute or chronic infection caused by Mycobacterium tuberculosis, tuberculosis is characterized by pulmonary infiltrates, formation of granulomas with caseation, fibrosis, and cavitation. A nurse is providing discharge teaching for a client recently exposed to tuberculosis (TB) and started on isoniazid (INH) and rifampin (Rifadin). give 4 teaching points for this treatment. notify physician if abdominal pain develops The client who has a positive tuberculin skin test should have a chest x-ray to rule-out active tuberculosis. When a client has a positive skin test, subsequent skin tests will always be positive. b. "You must return to the clinic to have the test read in 2 or 3 days." CORRECT. The client should have the skin test read in 2 to 3 days.
Provide a diet that is high in calories and protein A nurse is providing instruction to a client on how to use montelukast (Singulair) to treat chronic asthma. The nurse should recognize that the client understands the teaching when he states I will take this medication every evening, even when I do not have symptoms A nurse is caring for a ... Discharge Instructions for Tuberculosis (TB) You have been diagnosed with tuberculosis (TB), a serious disease caused by a type of bacteria. It is spread from person to person through the air. TB may scar the lungs and other parts of the body, such as the kidneys, bones, or brain. The nurse is providing discharge teaching for a patient who developed a pulmonary embolism after total knee surgery. The patient has been converted from heparin to sodium warfarin (Coumadin) anticoagulant therapy. What should the nurse teach the client? A) Coumadin will continue to break up the clot over a period of weeks. B) Tuberculosis (TB) is a bacterial infection caused by mycobacterium tuberculosis that mainly affects the lungs along with the joints, brain, spine, liver, and kidneys. In the previous NCLEX review series, I explained about other respiratory disorders, so be sure to check those reviews out.