Nursing interventions designed to decrease the risk of infection in a client with an indwelling catheter include:
A client tells the nurse that she has had a history of urinary tract infections. The nurse would do further health teaching if she verbalizes she will:
The nurse provides a male client with diet teaching so that he can help prevent constipation in the future. Which food choices indicate that this teaching has been understood?
The nurse teaches a male client ways to reduce the risks associated with furosemide therapy. Which of the following indicates that he understands this teaching?
The nurse would be sure to instruct a client on the signs and symptoms of an eye infection and hemorrhage. These signs and symptoms would include: