Question: 1a child has scraped his finger on a sharp spot...
1.A child has scraped his finger on a sharp spot on a shower door edge. The mother would like to use a typical antibiotic to prevent infection. Which agent would the pediatric telephone consultation nurse recommend?
A. Bacitracin (Baciguent Topical)
B. Malathion (Ovide Lotion)
C. Ketoconazole (Nizoral)
D. Mafenide (Sulfamylon
2.Which of the following interventions would be appropriate for a client recovering from a splenectomy ?
A. Assist with ambulation once per shift.
B. Medicate for pain.
C. Utilize strict infection control techniques
. D. Encourage the client to deep breathe and cough every 8 hours.
3. A client is admitted with a positive stool culture growing Vancomycin-resistant enterococcus(VRE)what type of transmission-based precautions should the nurse initiate upon the clients arrival to the unit?
4. a client who was hospitalized for an appendectomy requires scheduled dressing changes twice daily. On day 3, the clients incision assessment shows local redness, warmth, and purulent drainage from the surgical wound. The nurse spectates that the wound became infected and a wound culture shows growth of meticillin-resistant staph aureus(MRSA).this infection can be classified as
a. endogenous infection
b. severe infection
c. preventable infection
d. healthcare-associated infection
The nurse is completing a physical assessment with a client. Which of the following finding could be caused by impaired immune function in the client.
a. Jugular vein distention
b. Neck pain
c. Leg rash
d. Hip pain