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Question Answered step-by-step 1.    What are nursing interventions to help with patient immobility?2. What nursing interventions help decrease skin breakdown d/t immobility?3. What nursing assessments need to be done d/t patient immobility?4. What is the difference between passive and active ROM?5. What are the purposes of ROM?6. What are physical findings of a DVT?7. Explain how to use crutches correctly. What is a 2-point, 3-point and 4-point gait? When would you use each gait?8. How do you use a cane correctly? Which arm do you put the cane in?9. What are complications of immobility for each body system?10. What is a nursing diagnosis for poor mobility issues?11. Explain how to correctly transfer a patient.12. Identify Sims, Trendelenburg, left lateral, prone, supine and Fowlers positions.13. Explain the purpose and effects of hot and cold therapy.14. What are the best nursing actions to prevent a patient fall?15. Explain how to correctly transfer someone into a wheelchair.16. What is correct nursing patient education to avoid a DVT or leg vein compression?17. Explain how to correctly use a walker.18. Explain proper body mechanics.19. Explain when to use the different body positions for a patient in bed.20. What are correct concepts when using TED hose?21. What is good nursing education for a patient who sits most of the day?22. Review the 4 stages of a pressure ulcer and how to describe them.23. What is the correct sequence for initiating a tube feeding? Place in order.24. What are the steps of inserting an NG tube? When do you check for residual?25. Which foods are good for osteoporosis?26. Which foods are good to increase protein?27. Which foods are good to stimulate gastric mobility? What about decrease gastric motility?28. What lab values help identify malnutrition?29. What foods can be eaten by someone who is vegan? Lacto-vegetarian? Kosher diet? Gluten-free diet? Celiac diet?30. Which foods are high in calcium? High in potassium? High in Vitamin K?31. Explain foods that can be eaten for clear liquid, full liquid, pureed and regular diet.32. What is a mechanical soft diet and why is it used?33. What modifications are used for clients who are choking risk for eating? What about blind? What about poor mobility and use of hands?34. What foods are in a clear liquid vs full liquid diet?35. What foods are allowed on a low sodium diet?36. What foods help with iron absorption?37. When can a patient advance a diet?38. What foods are not allowed on a low cholesterol diet?39. What are physical signs of poor nutrition?40. What are normal changes with nutrition in the elderly?41. What are risk factors for eating aspiration?42. What is a BMI? What are the ranges for underweight, healthy weight, overweight and obesity?43. What are the 3 ways to verify NG tube placement?44. What does potassium do in the body?45. What is the normal range for K, Na, Calcium, Mg and Phosphorus?46. What nutrition deficits are common after gastric bypass surgery?47. Which foods are high in iron and recommended for someone with anemia?48. What is the incentive spirometer used for and why?49. What is a PEG tube and why is it used?50. What should a nurse assess when someone is losing weight and not eating?51. Review med math calculations: kg to pounds; military time; IV flow rate and drip rate. Health Science Science Nursing Health NUR213 Share QuestionEmailCopy link Comments (0)

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