Case Study : Addison’s Disease Nursing Care

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Case Study : Addison’s Disease Nursing Care

Case Study : Addison’s Disease Nursing Care

Addisons Disease Nursing Care Case Study
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Addisons Disease Nursing Care Case Study

Question Description
A nurse is caring for each of these clients: which client should the nurse assess first?

A client with sepsis and has the first dose of the IV antibiotic ordered running and complaining of itching and tingling tongue

A 78-year-old who had surgery three days ago and has fever, chills and purulent drainage from the abdominal wound

A 63 year old client in traction from a leg fracture 3 days ago and complains of muscle spasm

A 32 year old client who arrived from the recovery room and wants ice chips first

Client response to steroid treatment to manage Addison’s disease which finding indicates an unexpected outcome to the steroids therapy .

Client has hyperglycemia and is emotionally labile

The client has alopecia and dry scaly skin

The client exhibits dysrhythmias and has hyperkalemia

The client has weight loss and dehydration

The nurse needs to administer 500 mg Ancef IV to the client every 6 hours in 100 ml 0.9% saline. The infusion needs to run over 30 minutes. what is the rate of the infusion to program into the IV pump?-ml/hr

A client requires IV insulin .the pharmacy sends a bag labeled 1000 units of insulin in 250 ml of 0.9% saline ,the pump is programmed to infuse at 3ml per hour how much insulin does the client receive per hour

The nurse is evaluating a client response to Epogen which laboratory test result are most important for the nurse to monitor

The nurse needs to assess The client with thyroid stimulating hormonal level

The nurse needs to assess Client platelets are between 150,000-450,000

The nurse needs to assess The client hemoglobin level is greater than 13g/dl

The nurse needs to assess The nurse need to assess The client protein and mineral salt

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