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Which is the best indication of learning?
Why is it important for the nurse to assess a patients religion when planning interventions for pain?
The nurse is interviewing a patient. Which action by the nurse indicates active listening?
The nurse is preparing to teach a patient about a newly prescribed drug therapy. What time is best for improving teaching effectiveness?
A patient from another culture does not look at the nurses face while answering questions about health and medication history. What is the nurses best action?
While assisting a pregnant Mexican-American woman to dress, the nurse asks about a brass key pinned to the patients underwear. The patient says that wearing the brass key protects her unborn baby if a solar eclipse occurs. What is the nurses best response?
Which information noted by the nurse during a patient interview is considered part of cultural assessment?
A patient who is a Jehovahs Witness is scheduled for routine surgery and expresses concern about the possibility of receiving blood products, an act condemned by the patients religion. What is the nurses best response?
Which patient action indicates learning in the psychomotor domain?
Which statement by the nurse is more likely to motivate a patient to adhere to a drug therapy regimen for hypertension?
What is the most important question for the nurse to ask a patient when preparing to teach about a newly prescribed drug?
Which principle of adult learning is being used when the nurse provides a patient with an audiotape made during a teaching session?
[Multiple Response] The nurse is conducting a patient teaching session. Which actions by the nurse indicate nonoffensive body language? (Select all that apply.)
a. Using the left hand to give the patient a pencil
b. Allowing the patient to take his or her time to answer a question
c. Patting the patient on the arm to demonstrate a caring attitude
d. Sitting with the nurses head and the patients head at the same level
e. Moving the patients suitcase from the chair before sitting down
f. Indicating the patients stomach by pointing at the nurses stomach g. Placing a chair as close as possible to the patients face to make sure each can hear the other
[Multiple Response] An independent older adult who is cognitively intact but visually impaired must avoid confusing two different drugs that must be taken daily. Which strategies does the nurse consider for this patient? (Select all that apply.)
a. Ask the pharmacist to dispense these drugs in liquid form.
b. Keep one drug container in the refrigerator so that it feels colder than the other drug container.
c. Have a neighbor or a relative keep and administer the drug to the patient.
d. Wrap a rubber band around one drug container so that it can be distinguished from the other drug container.
e. Ask the pharmacist to put one drug in a capsule and keep the other drug in tablet form.
f. Put the drugs for the day together in a weekly pill dispenser.