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Describe the priority nursing interventions to perform when a patient is experiencing acute gastrointestinal distress.

Good morning dear, please this is the first questions you will answer in one page like you did the other time

THESE ARE THE QUESTIONS YOU WILL DO EACH FROM THE THREE STIMULATION I GAVE TO YOU. I SENT THE STIMULATION FOR YOU TO BE ABLE TO SEE WHAT THE PATIEN HAVE.

GLORIA TOWNSEND

1. The nurse is caring for a postoperative orthopedic patient.

a. What are the potential complications?

b. What would be the signs and symptoms related to complications?

c. What nursing interventions/actions can the nurse implement to prevent and treat potential complications?

2. Describe key components to discuss with a patient when educating about mobility, self-care, and health promotion after discharge.

MICHEAL

2ND ONE IN ANOTHER PAGE

1. Draw a picture of a patient experiencing heart failure exacerbation that includes the most common findings/cues that a nurse would anticipate.

2. Create a list of expected orders that a nurse would anticipate for a patient experiencing heart failure exacerbation. (Include Diet, Medications, Labs/Imaging, and any other Special Instructions)

3. Prior to the patient’s discharge, what educational topics are the most important to teach them to prevent heart failure exacerbations in the future?

OTTO

3RD ONE IN IN ANOTHER PAGE

1. What are risk factors that would increase a patient’s likelihood of developing the following gastrointestinal conditions?

a. Gastrointestinal virus (enterovirus, clostridium difficile etc.)

b. Bowel obstruction

c. Crohn’s Disease

d. Diverticulitis

e. Gastrointestinal cancer

2. Compare and contrast the signs and symptoms (cues) associated with the following gastrointestinal conditions:

a. Gastrointestinal virus (enterovirus, clostridium difficile etc.)

b. Bowel obstruction

c. Crohn’s Disease

d. Diverticulitis

e. Gastrointestinal cancer

3. Describe the priority nursing interventions to perform when a patient is experiencing acute gastrointestinal distress.