Discuss equianalgesia. Which statement is true of this medication delivery system? -The dose that is. b) The nurse is knowledgeable regarding the difference in categories of pain (i. A nurse is teaching a client who has Angina Pectoris and is learning how to treat acute Anginal attacks. The IASP divides pain into three categories (Box 1). A nurse is providing discharge teaching to a client who has asthma and new prescriptions for cromolyn and albuterol, both by nebulizer. . The client reports to the nurse that she has been taking an oral antibiotic for. The pain is rated on a 0 to 10 scale and nursing actions are then implemented to reduce the pain. The nurse is assessing which of the following? A. which of the following actions should the nurse take to counteract the adverse. . The nurse should also inform the client of available pain management techniques and incorporate any preferences or objections to interventions for pain management that the. Administer antibiotics to the client. 4. The client states that they are in pain and wants the medication. . 67 = 167 mL/hr. Hyperosmolar hyperglycemia state b. . ". 7% with a mean score of 49. . A client is ordered pain medication every 4 to 6 hours as needed. . ". Mental images of pain are a more effective means to assess pain in this group than visual representations. Nociceptive pain is associated with damage to non-neural tissue and involves the stimulation of nociceptors (pain receptors attached to sensory neurones). Levothyroxine. . . . The magnitude of good knowledge towards pain management among nurses was 66. ". . She has black-and-blue marks on her wrists from the restraints. B. . Which of the following client statements indicates. . After stroking the lateral area of the foot, the client's toes contract and draw together. A nurse is caring for a client who has acute blood loss following a trauma. Place an ice pack to the right lower quadrant. 67 = 167 mL/hr. inform the client of the adverse effect of diarrhea. The nurse is providing education to a client recently diagnosed with type 1 diabetes mellitus. Be alert to other contributors to behavior and stress such as depression and anxiety. Background Pain is often poorly managed in people who have a dementia. 5. Which of the following interventions is the nurse's priority? Turn the client to the side. A. 67. . A nurse is providing information on pain control for a client who has acute pain following a subtotal gastric resection. Which of the following client statements indicates an understanding of the teaching? Select all that apply. Provide the client with antipyretic therapy. . Identify the sequence of steps the nurse should take to clear the airway obstruction. Feeling the sharp, stabbing pain of an acute injury or illness is a sensation that no one wants to experience. Identify the sequence of steps the nurse should take to clear the airway obstruction. It can be sudden or slow onset of any intensity, ranging from mild to severe, and can be experienced for a few seconds, up to 6 months. Next, the client should apply ice to decrease swelling. They can assess pain levels from verbal and non-verbal cues, and recommend a change in. Change the dressing on the client's residual. . A client-controlled analgesia pump might be a good idea but needs basal (continuous) and bolus (intermittent). appropriate use of opioids highlights the complexities of providing optimal management of pain and the suffering it causes. •D. . Fish oil. A nurse assesses a non-English-speaking client who grimaces and points to the right knee following a motor vehicle accident. A client-controlled analgesia pump might be a good idea but needs basal (continuous) and bolus (intermittent). Study with Quizlet and memorize flashcards containing terms like Which statement accurately describes a consideration when using a patient-controlled analgesia (PCA) pump to relieve client pain?, A client has been admitted to a post-surgical unit with a PCA system. Rash on the. Which of the following assessments should the nurse use to determine whether the treatment is effective? Asking the client to rate the pain. Wear a mask when entering the room. 22. .