Que tremem, palpitam, banhados de claridade. While the UAP could possibly administer mouth care to this client, the nurse must assess the oral cavity (option 2) and should be the one to assess tube feeding residual (option 1). UAPs are not trained in therapeutic communication skills and techniques (option 3). Clients who are diagnosed with a personality disorder most frequently perceive their personality patterns as ego-syntonic or a originário part of themselves rather than as ego-dystonic (option 3).
Skin care for eczema should include keeping the skin well hydrated and avoiding harsh soaps (option 2). This can be done by using mild bath soaps and applying emollients immediately after bathing (option 4). Asking the client to relax may or may not be effective in reducing the client's anxiety.
Thus, risk for deficient fluid volume is an appropriate diagnosis. In option 3, the employee has followed the correct procedure for exiting the client's room. If this occurs, infection can set in and can cause the area over the breakdown to be warmer than other areas. This is one reason it is difficult to motivate individuals with personality disorders to try to change their maladaptive behavioral patterns.
Desaparece children have uncertain history of immunization because of parental noncompliance or special circumstances such as being refugees. Options 1, 2, and 4 are extremely helpful but do not improve client satisfaction and outcomes. Once the nurse completes the physiological priorities, the nurse can then plan to spend time with the client who is terminally ill.
Options 2 and 3 are irrelevant, and option 4 places the infant at risk for injury or death. Option 3 is correct because it acknowledges the client's feelings and addresses his concerns while still allowing him to make decisions for his present and future. The movement of the small rugs suggests an unsteady gait or foot drop; both this and the headache are signs of increased intracranial pressure.