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NURS 403 Review Final Exam / NURS403 Test Bank (New, 2020): Miami Dade College ( Correct Q & A) (SATISFACTION GUARANTEED)

NURS 403/2020 Final Exam 1.A community health nurse in a pediatric clinic is reviewing the history of a 12-year-old client. Which of the following immunizations should the nurse expect to administer? A. Meningococcal conjugate B. Herpes Zoster C. Rotavirus D. Pneumococcal polysaccharide 2. Nurse is preparing a community health program for adults at risk for cardiovascular disease. Which of the following should the nurse include as a modifiable risk factor? A. Diagnosis of diabetes Miletus B. Family history of cardiac disease C. Increase age D. Cigarette smoking 3. An occupational health nurse in the clinic of an industrial plant is developing a guidebook for clinic workers. Which of the following actions should the nurse include as a secondary prevention strategy? A. Teach plant workers about proper lifting techniques B. Set up an influenza immunization campaign C. Help plant workers identify signs of carpal tunnel syndrome D. Collaborate with physical therapists to develop program for injured employees to return to work 4. A school nurse receives a call that some children and teachers report being exposed to an undetermined noxious gas odor presenting in the classrooms and are experiencing dizziness. Which of the following actions should the nurse take? A. Have students evacuated from the school and establish a triage area in the school parking lot. B. Move individual who are reporting symptoms to one of the affected classrooms and create a triage area inside C. Arrange for children transportation to the nearest emergency department and the group triage will occur there. D. Transport all children and school personnel to the nearest medical facility school busses 5. The nurse is participating in a biological disaster simulation where citizens are exposed to pneumonic plague. Which of the following interventions should the nurse plan to use while caring for these clients? A. Initiate airborne precaution B. Administer an antitoxin C. Initiate droplet precautions D. Destroy the lines after use 6. A nurse is among the first responders to a mass-casualty incident and does not know what type of personal protection equipment (PPE) is needed. Which of the following actions should the nurse take? A. Wait until the type of equipment needed is known B. Decontaminate victims before intervening C. Choose the highest level of protection equipment available. D. Use a dosimeter to measure the level of radiation in the area before intervening 7. A charge nurse is making a room assignment for a client who has scabies. In which of the following rooms should the nurse place the client? A. A negative pressure isolation room B. A semiprivate room with a client who has pediculosis capitis C. A positive pressure isolation room D. A private room. 8. A nurse is performing triage for a group of clients following a mass casualty incident (MCI). Which of the following clients should the nurse plan to care for first? A. A client experiencing a tension pneumothorax B. A client who has a closed upper extremity fracture C. A client who has full thickness burns over 80% of this body D. A client who has agonal respirations 9. a nurse is helping to triage a group of clients at a mass casualty incident who were involved in an explosion at a local factory. Which of the following clients should the nurse tag to be the priority for care? A. A client who has severe head injury respiratory rate 6/min and unresponsive B. A client who has a simple fracture of the femur, multiple scratches on both legs, and crying hysterically C. A client who has a piece of wood punctured into the chest wall and has an audible hissing sound coming from the wound site. D. A female who is pregnant at 20 weeks of gestation has multiple cuts and abrasions and is walking around 10. A nurse is triaging victims of a multiple motor-vehicle crash. The nurse assesses a client trapped under a car who is apneic and has a weak pulse at 120/min. After repositioning his upper airway, the client remains apneic. Which of the following actions should the nurse take? A. Start CPR B. Place a red tag on the client’s upper body and attempt to help the next client in need C. Place a black tag on the client’s upper body and attempt to help the next client in need. D. Reposition the client upper airway a second time before assessing his respirations 11. A nurse is reviewing the guidelines for reporting nationally notifiable infectious diseases. Which of the following diseases should the nurse plan to report to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)? A. Lyme disease B. Cytomegalovirus C. Streptococcus pharyngitis D. Toxoplasmosis 12. A community health nurse is reviewing the levels of disease prevention. Which of the following activities is an example of tertiary prevention? A. Providing treatment for clients who have chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. B. Performing screening for sexually transmitted infections C. Administering influenza immunizations at local health fair D. Testing new nurses for exposure to TB 13. A charge nurse is discussing staff nurses’ responsibilities in preplanning for response to a disaster. Which of the following responsibilities should the nurse include in the discussion? A. Identify community resources that are available. B. Evaluate the impact of a disaster on the community C. Asses survivors of a disaster for level of psychological stress D. Link victims with support agencies to help with food clothing shelter and counseling needs 14. A nurse is reviewing treatment protocols for clients exposed to bioterrorism agents. For which of the following agents should the nurse plan to administer a vaccine following exposure? A. Anthrax B. Botulism C. Plague D. Smallpox 15. A nurse is providing staff education about smallpox as a bioterrorism threat. Which of the following statements indicates an understanding of this agent? (Select all that apply) A. Smallpox is transmitted person to person B. Infection is characterized by severe respiratory distress C. Smallpox vaccination ensures lifelog immunity D. Naturally occurring smallpox has been eradicated from the world. E. Smallpox is often confused with varicella. 16. A nurse is preparing to care for a client who has suspected exposure to plague as a result of bites from infected fleas. Which of the following actions should the nurse plan to take first? A. Prepare for drainage of lesions B. Initiate contact precautions. C. Notify the CDC control and preventions D. Decontaminate the client 17. A nurse is reinforcing teaching with a group of adolescent females who are pregnant about expected changes related to pregnancy. Which of the following client statements indicates understanding of the teaching? A. It is normal to have a white vaginal discharge. B. I should recognize fetal movement by 12 weeks C. I will take fluid pills if my ankles begin to swell D. My nipples and areolae will become pale as my breast enlarge 18. A nurse is preparing to administer ciprofloxacin to a client. The nurse identify that the medication is treated for exposure to which of the following agents? A. Smallpox B. Sarin gas C. Ebola virus D. Antrax 19. A nurse is caring for a client who suspects recent exposure to inhalation anthrax. Which of the following findings indicate possible exposure? A. Flu-like symptoms. B. Sloughing of skin C. Vesicles on the skin D. Respiratory failure 20. A nurse is reviewing information about the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) with a newly licensed nurse. Which of the following statements by the newly licensed nurse indicates a need for further teaching? A. Information about a client can be disclosed to family members at any time. B. HIPAA established regulations of individually identifiable health information in verbal electronic or written form C. A client address would be an example of personally identifiable information D. HIPAA is a federal law not a state low 21. A nurse is preparing to perform hand hygiene. Which of the following actions should the nurse take? A. Adjust the water temperature to feel hot B. Apply 4 to 5 ml of liquid soap to the hands. C. Hold the hands higher than to the elbows D. Rub hands and arm to dry 22. A nurse is preparing to administer three liquid medications to a client who has an NG feeding tube with continuous enteral feeding. Which of the following actions should the nurse take? A. Mix the three medications together prior to administering B. Dilute each medication with 10 ML of tap water C. Maintain the head of the bed in a flat position for 30 min following medications administration D. Flush the NG feeding tube with 30 ml of water immediately following medication administration. 23.- a nurse is administering nasal decongestant drops for a client. Which of the following actions should the nurse take? A. Tell the client to blow her nose gently before the instillation. B. Assistant the client to a side lying position C. Hold the dropper 2 cm (1in) above the naris D. Instruct the client to say in the same position for 2 min 24.- A nurse is performing tracheostomy care for a client and suctioning to remove copious secretions. Which of the following actions should the nurse take? A. Suction two to three times with a 60-second pause between passes. B. Perform chest physiotherapy prior to suctioning C. Lubricate the suction catheter tip with sterile saline D. Hyperventilate the client on 100% oxygen prior to suctioning 25.- The newly licensed nurse is applying prescribed wrist restraints on a client. Which of the following action should the nurse take? A. Secure the restraints using a quick-release tie. B. Ensure four fingers fit under the restraints to prevent constriction C. Secure the restraints to the lowest bar of the side rail D. Anticipate removing the restraints every 4 hours 26.- A nurse is preparing a client for outpatient surgery. After the nurse inserts the IV catheter, the client reports pain in the insertion area. Which of the following actions should the nurse take? A. Remove the catheter and insert another into a different site. B. Administer an analgesic PO C. Request a prescription for placement of a central venous access device D. Administer local anesthetic 27.- A client smoking in his bathroom has dropped a cigarette butt into a wastepaper basket, which begins to smolder. Which of the following actions is the nurse`s priority? A. Close the fire doors on the unit B. Activate the alarm C. Remove any client in the immediate vicinity D. Use the fire extinguisher to put out the fire 28. A nurse is caring for a client who refuses treatment and asks to be discharged from the hospital against medical advice. The nurse notifies the client’s provider, who tells the nurse to restrain the client. If necessary, to keep her from leaving the hospital. The nurse understands that restraining this client would be considered which type of civil action by the nurse? A. Invasion of privacy B. Assault C. Battery D. False imprisonment 29.- A nurse is inserting an IV catheter for an older client in preparation for an outpatient procedure. Which of the following veins should the nurse select? A. Dorsal metacarpal vein B. Radial vein in the wrist C. Antecubital vein D. Median vein in the forearm. 30. A nurse is providing oral care for a client who is immobile. Which of the following actions should the nurse take? A. Use a stiff toothbrush to clean the client teeth B. Use the thumb and index to keep the client mouth open C. Turn the client on his side before starting oral care D. Apply petroleum jelly to the client lips after oral care 31. A nurse is caring for a client who has a prescription for a stool test for guaiac. The nurse understands the purpose of the test is to check the stool for which of the following substances? A. Steatorrhea B. Blood C. Bacteria D. Parasites 32.- A nurse is instructing a client who has a new diagnosis of Raynaud`s disease about preventing the onset of manifestations. Which of the following client statements should indicate to the nurse the need for additional teaching? A. I will wear gloves when removing food from the freezer B. I will try anticipating and avoid stressful situation when possible C. I will complete the smoking cessation program I started D. I will take my medications at the first sign of an attack. 33.- A nurse is caring for a client who experienced a lacerated spleen and has been on bedrest for several days. The nurse auscultates decreased breath sounds in the lower lobes of both lungs. The nurse should realize that this finding is most likely an indication of which of the following conditions. A. An upper respiratory infection B. Pulmonary edema C. Atelectasis. D. Hypertension and crackles 34. The nurse is assessing a client and discovers the infusion pump with the client’s total parenteral nutrition (TPN) solution is infusing. The nurse should monitor the client for which of the following conditions? A. Excessive thirst and urination B. Shakiness and diaphoresis C. Fever and chills D. Hypertension and crackles 35. A nurse is caring for four clients who have drainage tubes. Which of the following clients should the nurse recognize as being at risk for hypokalemia? A. The client who has a tracheostomy tube attached to humidified oxygen B. The client who has an indwelling urinary catheter to gravity drainage C. The client who has a chest tube to water seal D. The client who has a nasogastric (NG) tube to suction. 36.- A nurse is caring for a client who has an indwelling unitary catheter and notes blood-tinged urine in the catheter bag. The nurse recognizes this finding can be a manifestation of which of the following urinary alterations? A. Pernicious anemia B. Dehydration C. Prostate enlargement D. Bladder infection 37.- A nurse is assessing a client`s cranial nerves as part of a neurological examination. Which of the following actions should the nurse take to assess cranial nerve III? A. Testing visual acuity B. Observing for facial symmetry C. Eliciting the gag reflex D. checking the pupillary response to light. 38.- A nurse is caring for a client who has had an allogeneic hematopoietic stem-cell transplant. Which of the following infection-control precautions should the nurse use while caring for this client? A. Airborne B. Protective. C. Contact D. Droplet 39.- An assistive personnel (AP) reports a client`s vital signs as tympanic Temperature 37.1º C (98.8º F), pulse 92/min, respiratory rate 18/min, and BP 98/58 mm Hg. Which of the following vital signs should the nurse re-measure? A. BP B. Respiratory rate C. Pulse rate D. temperature 40. A nurse accidentally administers the wrong medication to a client, which results in a severe allergic reaction and prolongs the client’s hospitalization. The client could rightfully sue the nurse for which of the following? A. Battery B. Assault C. Malpractice. D. Abuse 41. A nurse is caring for an older adult client who states, “I am afraid that I may fall white walking to the bathroom during the night.” Which of the following actions should the nurse take? A. Limit the client fluid intake in the evening B. Obtain a bedside commode for the client use C. Leave a nightlight on the client’s room. D. Put the side rails up and tell the client to call the nurse before voiding 42.- A nurse is working with a licensed practical nurse (LPN) to care for a client who is receiving a continuous IV infusion. Which of the following findings reported by the LPN indicated to the nurse the client has phlebitis at the IV insertion side? A. The infusion rate has stopped but the tubing is not kinked B. The area surrounding the insertion site feels warm to the touch. C. There is fluid leaking around the insertion site D. There is not blood return when the tubbing is aspirated 43.- A nurse in the emergency department is caring for a client who collapsed after playing football on a hot day. After reviewing the admission laboratory findings, the nurse recognizes are consistent with which of the following conditions? Sodium 152 mEq/L, Potassium 3.6 mEq/L, Chloride 105 mEq/L, Glucose 102 mg/dL BUN 18 mg/dL, Creatinine 0.7mg/dL A. Renal failure B. Low protein C. Dehydration. D. SIADH 44.- A nurse at an extended- care facility is instructing a class assistive personnel (AP) about client use of assistive devises during ambulation. Which of the following instruction should the nurse give the AP about the clients` use of a cane? A. When the client moves, he should move the cane forward first. B. The client should hold the cane on the strong side of his body C. The grip should be level with the client waist D. The client should first move the strong leg then the weak one 45. The nurse is caring for a client who has active pulmonary tuberculosis (TB). The client requires airborne precautions and is receiving multidrug therapy. Which of the following precautions should the nurse take to transport the client safety to the radiology department for a chest x-ray? A. Ask the X ray technician to come to the client’s room to obtain a portable x ray B. Have the client wear a mask C. Notify the x ray department that the client requires airborne precautions D. Wear a filtration mask and gloves during transport 46. A nurse is assisting with transferring a client from the bed to wheelchair. Which of the following actions should the nurse take? A. Place the wheelchair at 90 grade angles to the bed B. Lock the wheels of the bed and the wheelchair. C. Acquire the help of several people to lift the client D. Elevate the bed to a position of comfort to the nurse MIDTER PIC FROM AM National Prevention Strategy targets intervention in multiple setting to move the health of the populations from A. Poor to rich B. Wellness to health C. Shift from sickness to prevention D. Sadness to happiness Rational: Called for under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act Developed by National Prevention Council Four Strategic Directions: 1. Building healthy and safe community environments 2. Expanding quality preventive services in both clinical and community settings 3. Empowering people to make healthy choices 4. Eliminating health disparities To understand the causes of health and disease, epidemiology studies: a. Individuals b. Families c. Groups d. Populations a nurse is teaching a client diagnosed with gonorrhea how to prevent reinfection and further spread. Which of the following describes the action taken by the nurse? Primary prevention Secondary promotion Tertiary prevention Secondary prevention Secondary prevention focuses on early detection and prompt treatment of disease, injury, or disability. Primary prevention refers to those interventions aimed at focuses on chronic care and rehabilitation, Primary health care refers to the first line of care provided to patients typically by a physician or other health care provider. PHNs utilize registries to identify children with delayed or missing immunizations. They subsequently follow up with families by phone calls or home visits. Which of the following levels of practice is being implemented? Policy Systems Individual Community A nurse who is involved in identifying individuals with unrecognized health risk factors or asymptomatic disease is using which intervention? a. Screening b. Referral and follow-up c. Surveillance d. Health teaching The factors, exposures, characteristics, and behaviors that determine patterns of disease are described using: a. descriptive epidemiology. b. analytic epidemiology. c. distribution. d. determinants. Determinants are the factors, exposures, characteristics, and behaviors that determine patterns of disease, which may be individual, relational, social, communal, or environmental. Descriptive epidemiology seeks to describe the occurrence of a disease in terms of person, place, and time. Analytic epidemiology focuses on the investigation of causes and associations. Distribution describes who has the disease and where and when the disease occurs. A client is receiving PHC services. Which of the following expectations would the client have? a. The care would be provided by a physician. b. Private insurance would be necessary to receive care. c. The emphasis of care provided would be on prevention. d. A referral would be made to a specialist after receiving services. The focus of PHC is a broad range of services that are designed to be affordable for the recipients of the care and the governments who provide them. The emphasis of care is on prevention and the means of providing the care is based on practical, scientifically sound, culturally ap-propriate, and socially acceptable methods. All clients can receive PHC services regardless of insurance status. Those receiving primary care services may or may not need referral to a specialist. which of the following is an example of public health agency. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Drug enforcement administration (DEA) Women, Infants and children (WIC) Medical Center clinics (MCC) the public health care functions are directly linked to the healthcare promotion and prevention levels. The tertiary levels is characterized by The services are designed to treat disease in acute stage The service are designed to limit the progression of the disease or disability The function is to detect and treat disease is early stage Meets the basic needs of health people A school nurse is teaching a group of nurses newly hired to work in the school system about pedi information is appropriate to include in the teaching? Nits that are shed into the environment are capable of hatching for up to 10 days Infestation often appears as grayish brown threadlike burrow along the skin behind the ears Family pets can contribute to the transmission of lice Children from lower socioeconomic areas are more likely to have lice. 1.A community health nurse in a pediatric clinic is reviewing the history of a 12-year-old client. Which of the following immunizations should the nurse expect to administer? a.Meningococcal conjugate 2. Nurse is preparing a community health program for adults at risk for cardiovascular disease. Which of the following should the nurse include as a modifiable risk factor? d. Cigarette smoking 3. An occupational health nurse in the clinic of an industrial plant is developing a guidebook for clinic workers. Which of the following actions should the nurse include as a secondary prevention strategy? c. Help plant workers identify signs of carpal tunnel syndrome 4. A school nurse receives a call that some children and teachers report being exposed to an undetermined noxious gas odor presenting in the classrooms and are experiencing dizziness. Which of the following actions should the nurse take? a. Have students evacuated from the school and establish a triage area in the school parking lot. 5. The nurse is participating in a biological disaster simulation where citizens are exposed to pneumonic plague. Which of the following interventions should the nurse plan to use while caring for these clients? c. Initiate droplet precautions 6. A nurse is among the first responders to a mass-casualty incident and does not know what type of personal protection equipment (PPE) is needed. Which of the following actions should the nurse take? c. Choose the highest level of protection equipment available. 7. A charge nurse is making a room assignment for a client who has scabies. In which of the following rooms should the nurse place the client? d. A private room. 8. A nurse is performing triage for a group of clients following a mass casualty incident (MCI). Which of the following clients should the nurse plan to care for first? a. A client experiencing a tension pneumothorax 9. a nurse is helping to triage a group of clients at a mass casualty incident who were involved in an explosion at a local factory. Which of the following clients should the nurse tag to be the priority for care? c. A client who has a piece of wood punctured into the chest wall and has an audible hissing sound coming from the wound site. 10. A nurse is triaging victims of a multiple motor-vehicle crash. The nurse assesses a client trapped under a car who is apneic and has a weak pulse at 120/min. After repositioning his upper airway, the client remains apneic. Which of the following actions should the nurse take? c. Place a black tag on the client’s upper body and attempt to help the next client in need. 11. A nurse is reviewing the guidelines for reporting nationally notifiable infectious diseases. Which of the following diseases should the nurse plan to report to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)? a. Lyme disease 12. A community health nurse is reviewing the levels of disease prevention. Which of the following activities is an example of tertiary prevention? a. Providing treatment for clients who have chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. 13. A charge nurse is discussing staff nurses’ responsibilities in preplanning for response to a disaster. Which of the following responsibilities should the nurse include in the discussion? a. Identify community resources that are available. 14. A nurse is reviewing treatment protocols for clients exposed to bioterrorism agents. For which of the following agents should the nurse plan to administer a vaccine following exposure? d. Smallpox 15. A nurse is providing staff education about smallpox as a bioterrorism threat. Which of the following statements indicates an understanding of this agent? (Select all that apply) a. Smallpox is transmitted person to person d. Naturally occurring smallpox has been eradicated from the world. E. Smallpox is often confused with varicella. 16. A nurse is preparing to care for a client who has suspected exposure to plague as a result of bites from infected fleas. Which of the following actions should the nurse plan to take first? b. Initiate contact precautions. 17. A nurse is reinforcing teaching with a group of adolescent females who are pregnant about expected changes related to pregnancy. Which of the following client statements indicates understanding of the teaching? a. It is normal to have a white vaginal discharge. 18. A nurse is preparing to administer ciprofloxacin to a client. The nurse identify that the medication is treated for exposure to which of the following agents? d. Antrax 19. A nurse is caring for a client who suspects recent exposure to inhalation anthrax. Which of the following findings indicate possible exposure? a. Flu-like symptoms. 20. A nurse is reviewing information about the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) with a newly licensed nurse. Which of the following statements by the newly licensed nurse indicates a need for further teaching? a. Information about a client can be disclosed to family members at any time. 21. A nurse is preparing to perform hand hygiene. Which of the following actions should the nurse take? B.- Apply 4 to 5 ml of liquid soap to the hands. 22. A nurse is preparing to administer three liquid medications to a client who has an NG feeding tube with continuous enteral feeding. Which of the following actions should the nurse take? D.- Flush the NG feeding tube with 30 ml of waterimmediately following medication administration. 23.- a nurse is administering nasal decongestant drops for a client. Which of the following actions should the nurse take? A.- Tell the client to blow her nose gently before the instillation. 24.- A nurse is performing tracheostomy care for a client and suctioning to remove copious secretions. Which of the following actions should the nurse take? A.- Suction two to three times with a 60-second pause between passes. 25.- The newly licensed nurse is applying prescribed wrist restraints on a client. Which of the following action should the nurse take? a. Secure the restraints using a quick-release tie. 26.- A nurse is preparing a client for outpatient surgery. After the nurse inserts the IV catheter, the client reports pain in the insertion area. Which of the following actions should the nurse take? B.- Remove the catheter and insert another into a different site. 27.- A client smoking in his bathroom has dropped a cigarette butt into a wastepaper basket, which begins to smolder. Which of the following actions is the nurse`s priority? a.Move any clients in the immediate vicinity 28. A nurse is caring for a client who refuses treatment and asks to be discharged from the hospital against medical advice. The nurse notifies the client’s provider, who tells the nurse to restrain the client. If necessary, to keep her from leaving the hospital. The nurse understands that restraining this client would be considered which type of civil action by the nurse? d. False imprisonment 29.- A nurse is inserting an IV catheter for an older client in preparation for an outpatient procedure. Which of the following veins should the nurse select? d.- Median vein in the forearm. 30. A nurse is providing oral care for a client who is immobile. Which of the following actions should the nurse take? c. Turn the client on his side before starting oral care. 31. A nurse is caring for a client who has a prescription for a stool test for guaiac. The nurse understands the purpose of the test is to check the stool for which of the following substances? b. Blood 32.- A nurse is instructing a client who has a new diagnosis of Raynaud`s disease about preventing the onset of manifestations. Which of the following client statements should indicate to the nurse the need for additional teaching? D.- I will take my medications at the first sign of an attack. 33.- A nurse is caring for a client who experienced a lacerated spleen and has been on bedrest for several days. The nurse auscultates decreased breath sounds in the lower lobes of bothlungs. The nurse should realice that this finding is most likely an indication of which of the following conditions? C.- Atelectasis. 34. The nurse is assessing a client and discovers the infusion pump with the client’s total parenteral nutrition (TPN) solution is infusing. The nurse should monitor the client for which of the following conditions? b. Shakiness and diaphoresis 35. A nurse is caring for four clients who have drainage tubes. Which of the following clients should the nurse recognize as being at risk for hypokalemia? d. The client who has a nasogastric (NG) tube to suction. 36.- A nurse is caring for a client who has an indwelling unitary catheter and notes blood-tinged urine in the catheter bag. The nurse recognizes this findingcan be a manifestation of which of the following urinary alterations? D.- Bladder infection 37.- A nurse is assessing a client`s cranial nerves as part of a neurological examination. Which of the following actions should the nurse take to assess cranial nerve III? D.- checking the pupillary response to light. 38.- A nurse is caring for a client who has had an allogeneic hematopoietic stem-cell transplant. Which of the followinginfection-control precautions should the nurse use while caring for this client? B.- Protective. 39.- An assistive personnel (AP) reports a client`s vital signs as tympanic Temperature 37.1º C (98.8º F), pulse 92/min,respiratory rate 18/min, and BP 98/58 mm Hg. Which of the following vital signs should the nurse re-measure? A.- BP 40. A nurse accidentally administers the wrong medication to a client, which results in a severe allergic reaction and prolongs the client’s hospitalization. The client could rightfully sue the nurse for which of the following? c. Malpractice. 41. A nurse is caring for an older adult client who states, “I am afraid that I may fall white walking to the bathroom during the night.” Which of the following actions should the nurse take? c. Leave a nightlight on the client’s room. 42.- A nurse is working with a licensed practicalnurse (LPN) to care for a client who is receiving a continuous IV infusion. Which of the following findings reported by the LPN indicated to the nurse the client has phlebitis at the IV insertion side? B.- The area surrounding the insertion site feels warm to the touch. 43.- A nurse in the emergency department is caring for a client who collapsed after playing football on a hot day. After reviewing the admission laboratory findings, the nurse recognizes are consistent with which of the following conditions? Sodium 152 mEq/L Potassium 3.6 mEq/L Chloride 105 mEq/L Glucose 102 mg/dL BUN 18 mg/dL Creatinine 0.7mg/dL C.- Dehydration. 44.- A nurse at an extended- care facility is instructing a class assistive personnel (AP) about client use of assistive devises during ambulation. Which of the following instructionshould the nurse give the AP about the clients`use of a cane? A.- When the client moves, he should move the cane forward first. 45. The nurse is caring for a client who has active pulmonary tuberculosis (TB). The client requires airborne precautions and is receiving multidrug therapy. Which of the following precautions should the nurse take to transport the client safety to the radiology department for a chest x-ray? b. Have the client wear a mask 46. A nurse is assisting with transferring a client from the bed to wheelchair. Which of the following actions should the nurse take? b. Lock the wheels of the bed and the wheelchair. 47. Prueba de Mantoux positiva R/ Poner al paciente con presión negativa. 48. Paciente alterado R/ Poner al paciente cerca de la estación de enfermería 49. Paciente que se atora. R/ HEIMLICH MANEUVER 50. Qué paciente se pone cerca de la estación de enfermería. R/ Paciente con lesión cerebral. NURS 403/2020 SEGUNDA PARTE. 1.A nurse is establishing health promotion goals for a female client who smokes cigarettes, has htn, and has a bmi of 26. which of the following goals should the nurse include? the client will walk for 30 min 5 days a week 2. A public health nurse is assessing an older adult client who lives with a family member. the nurse identifies several bruises in various stages of healing. the client and family member explain that the bruises are a result of clumsiness. however, based on the distribution of the bruises, the nurse suspects abuse. which of the following actions should the nurse take first? report the findings to a supervisor 3. A community health nurse is developing a pamphlet about breast self-examination (BSE) for a local health fair. which of the following instructions should the nurse include? breasts can be examined in the shower with soapy hands 4. A community health nurse in a pediatric clinic is reviewing the history of 12 yo client. which of the following immunizations should the nurse expect to administer? meningococcal conjugate 5. A community health nurse is conducting an educatioal program on various environmental pollutants. the nurse should emphasize that clients who have which of the following disorderes are especially vulnerable to ozone effects? asthma 6. A nurse working for a home health agency is assessing an older adult male client. which of the following findings is the priority for the nurse to address? dysphagia 7. A nurse is preparing a community health program for adults at risk for cv dz. which of the following should the nurse include as a modifiable risk factor? cigarette smoking 8. A school nurse is teaching a group of nurses newly hired to work in the school system about pediculosis captitis (head lice). which of the following information is appropriate to include in the learning? nits that are shed into the environment are capable of hatching for up to 10 days 9. An older adult client who lives alone tells a clinic nurse that he is unable to drive himself to the store and is afraid to cook on the stove. which of the following community resources should the nurse recommend for this client? meals on wheels 10. A nurse is working with an interdisciplinary disaster committee to develop a community-wide emergency response plan in the event of a nonbiological or chemical incident. the nurse should include which of the following agencies to be notified immediately after calling 911? A. Office of Emergency Management (OEM) B. Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) C. American Red Cross (ARC) D. U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) 11. An occupational health nurse in the clinic of an industrial plant is developing a guidebook for clinic workers. which of the following actions should the nurse include as a secondary prevention strategy? help plant workers identify signs of carpal tunnel syndrome 12. A public health nurse is teaching a group of nurses about smallpox. which of the following statements by one of the nurses indicates understanding of the teaching? unlike chickenpox, the vesicles of smallpox are more abundant on the face 13. A school nurse receives a call that some children and teachers report being exposed to an undetermined noxious gas odor presenting in the classrooms and are experiencing dizziness. which of the following actions should the nurse take? have students evacuated from the school and establish a triage area in the school parking lot 14. A nurse is working with an emergency response team in caring for a group or people who may have been exposed to anthrax while doing farm workbut are not exhibiting manifestation of illness. which of the following is the appropriate action for the nurse to take? A. Place the clients in isolation. B. Initiate client decontamination. C. Administer antibiotic therapy as prescribed. D. Treat clients with an antitoxin. 15. A nurse is participating in a biological disaster simulation where citizens are exposed to pneumonic plague. which of the following isolation precautions should the nurse plan to use while caring for these clients. droplet 16. A nurse is among the first responders to a mass-casualty incident and does not know what type of personal protective equipment (PPE) is needed. which of the following actions should the nurse take? choose the highest level of protection equipment available 17. A charge nurse is making a room assignment for a client who has scabies. in which of the following rooms should the nurse place the client? a private room 18. A nurse is performing triage for a group of clients following a mass casualty incident (MCI). which of the following clients should the nurse plan to care for first? a client experiencing a tension pneumothorax 19. A nurse is helping to triage a group of clients at a mass casualty incident who were involved in an explosion at a local factory. which of the following clients should the nurse tag to be the priority for care? A. A client who has severe head injuries, respiratory rate 6/min, and is unresponsive B. A client who has a simple fracture of the femur, multiple scratches on both legs, and is crying hysterically C. A client who has a piece of wood punctured into the chest wall and has an audible hissing sound coming fromthe wound site D. A female who is pregnant at 20 weeks of gestation, has multiple cuts and abrasions, and is walking around a client who has a piece of wood punctured into the chest wall and has an audible hissing sound coming from the wound site 20. A nurse is assisting with field triage following a motor-vehicle crash involving a bus with multiple victims. the nurse assesses a child who has an open fracture of the femur. which of the following actions should the nurse take? A. Locate the child's parents to obtain consent for treatment. B. Place a yellow triage tag on the child. C. Notify the emergency department of the child's imminent arrival. D. Perform a complete head-to-toe assessment. 21. A nurse is triaging victims of a multiple motor-vehicle crash. the nurse assesses a client trapped under a car who is apneic and has a weak pulse at 120/min. after repositioning his upper airway, the client remains apneic. which of the following actions should the nurse take? place a black tag on the client upper body and attempt to help the next client in need 22. A nurse is triaging clients injured during a tornado. the nurse assesses a client who has an open fracture of his arm. which of the following actions should the nurse take? place a yellow tag on the client's upper body 23. A nurse is the triage officer in the emergency department when 4 clients arrive following a factory explosion. which of the following clients should the nurse care for first? an unconscious adult client who has a sucking chest wound, respirations of 38/min, and capillary refill of <2 seconds 24. A nurse is education community members about how to prepare for a disaster. which of the following supplies should the nurse instruct the clients to include in a disaster preparedness kit? SATA clean clothing, personal identification, matches, prescription meds 25. A nurse is assisting with triaging clients following an explosion. which of the following clients should the nurse identify as the highest priority? a conscious adult client who has second-degree burns on both lower legs; resp rate is >30/mi 26. A nurse is reviewing the guidelines for reporting nationally notifiable infectious diseases. which of the following diseases should the nurse plan to report to the centers for disease control and prevention (CDC)? lyme disease 27. A community health nurse is reviewing the levels of disease prevention. which of the following activities is an example of tertiary prevention? providing treatment for clients who have COPD 28. A charge nurse is discussing staff nurses' responsibilities in preplanning for response to a disaster. which of the following responsibilities should the nurse include in the discussion? identify community resources that are available 29. A nurse is reviewing treatment protocols for clients exposed to bioterrorism agents. for which of the following agents should the nurse plan to administer a vaccine following exposure? smallpox 30. A nurse is providing staff education about smallpox as a bioterrorism threat. which of the following statements indicates an understanding of this agent? SATA smallpox is transmitted person to person naturally occurring smallpox has been eradicated from the world smallpox is often confused with varicella 31. A nurse is preparing a response protocol for botulism as a bioterrorism agent. the nurse should prepare the protocol based on which of the following information? SATA botulism can produce paralysis within 12 to 72 hrs following exposure vomiting and diarrhea are expected findings follwoing exposure 32. A nurse is preparing to care for a client who has suspected exposure to plague as a result of bioterrorism. which of the following actions should the nurse plan to take first? initiate contact precautions 33. A nurse is planning a staff education session regarding biological weapons of mass destruction. which of the following should he plan to include in the session? SATA smallpox anthrax botulism 34. A charge nurse is discussing the phases of community response to disaster with nursing staff. which of the following statements indicates an understanding of the heroic phase of disaster response? A. "Personnel are willing to work in dangerous conditions to provide assistance."(During the heroic phase, responders are willing to work in dangerous conditions for long periods of time to provide assistance.) B. "Survivors come together and share stories of survival." C. "Responders experience exhaustion due to extended relief eorts." D. "Normalcy begins to return to the community." personnel are willing to work in dangerous conditons to provide assistance 35. A community health nurse is providing a community education program about disaster preparedness. which of the following should the nurse recommend that clients include in their family's disaster readiness supply kit or 'go bag'? pencil and paper whistle(pito para silvar) copies of insurance cards household bleach 36. A nurse is reinforcing teaching with a group of adolescent females who are pregnant about expected changes related to pregnancy. which of the following client statements indicates understanding of the teaching? it is normal to have a white vaginal discharge 37. A nurse is leading a therapeutic group for clients at an output mental health clinic. which of the following statements indicates a problem with role transition? i just can’t seem to find any energy to take care of my children since my husband divorced me 38. A nurse is preparing to administer cipro to a client. the nurse should identify that the medication is treatment for exposure to which of the following agents anthrax 39. A nurse is caring for a client who suspects recent exposure to inhalation anthrax. which of the following findings indicates possible exposure? flu-like symptoms NURS 403/2020 TERCERA PARTE 1.A nurse is establishing health promotion goals for a female client who smokes cigarettes, has hypertension, and has a BMI of 26. Which of the following goals should the nurse include? The client will walk for 30 min 5 days a week 2. A public health nurse is assessing an older adult client who lives with a family member. The nurse identifies several bruises in various stages of healing. The client and family member explain that the bruises are a result of clumsiness. However, based on the distribution of the bruises, the nurse suspects abuse. Which of the following actions should the nurse take first? Report the findings to a supervisor 3.A community health nurse is developing a pamphlet about breast self-examination (BSE) for a local health fair. Which of the following instruction should the nurse include? Expect some breast dimpling or discharge with age 4.A community health nurse in a pediatric clinic is reviewing the history of a 12 years old client. Which of the following immunizations should the nurse expect to administer? Meningococcal conjugate 5.A CHN is conducting an education program on various environmental pollutants. The nurse should emphasize that clients who have which of the following disorders are especially vulnerable to ozone effects? Asthma 6.A nurse working for a home health agency is assessing an older adult male client. Which of the following findings is the priority for the nurse to address? Dysphagia 7.A nurse is preparing a community health program for adults at risk for cardiovascular disease. Which of the following should the nurse include as a modifiable risk factor? Cigarette smoking 8.A school nurse is teaching a group of nurses newly hired to work in the school system about pediculosis capitis (head lice). Which of the following information is appropriate to include in the teaching? Nits that are shed into the environment are capable of hatching for up to 10 days 9.An older adult client who lives alone tells a clinic nurse that he is unable to drive himself to the store and is afraid to cook on the stove. Which of the following community resources should the nurse recommend for this client? Meals on Wheels 10.A nurse is working with an interdisciplinary disaster committee to develop a community-wide emergency response plan in the event of a nonbiological or chemical incident. The nurse should include which of the following agencies to be notified immediately after calling 911? Office of Emergency Management (OEM) 11.An occupational health nurse in the clinic of an industrial plant is developing a guidebook for clinic workers. Which of the following actions should the nurse include as a secondary prevention strategy? Help plant workers identify signs of carpal tunnel syndrome 12.A public health nurse is teaching a group of nurses about smallpox. Which of the following statements by one of the nurses indicates understanding of the teaching? Unlike chickenpox, the vesicles of smallpox are more abundant on the face 13. A school nurse receives a call that some children and teachers report being exposed to an undetermined noxious gas odor presenting the classrooms and are experiencing dizziness. Which of the following actions should the nurse take? A. Have students evacuated from the school and establish a triage area in the school parking lot. B. Move individuals who are reporting symptoms to one of the aected classrooms and create a triage area inside the room. C. Arrange for client transportation to the nearest emergency department and tell the group triage will occur there. D. Transport all children and school personnel to the nearest medical facility using school buses Have students evacuated from the school and establish a triage area in the school parking lot 14.A nurse is working with an emergency response team in caring for a group of people who may have been exposed to anthrax while doing farm work but are not exhibiting manifestation of illness. Which of the following is the appropriate action for the nurse to take? Administer antibiotic therapy 15.A nurse is participating in a biological disaster simulation where citizens are exposed to pneumonic plague. Which of the following isolation precautions should the nurse plant to use while caring for these clients. Initiate Droplet precaution 16.A nurse is among the first responders to a mass-casualty incident and does not know what type of personal protective equipment PPE is needed. which of the following actions should the nurse take? Choose the highest level of PPE available 17.A charge nurse is making a room assignment for a client who has scabies. In which of the following rooms should the nurse place the client? A private room 18.A nurse is performing triage for a group of clients following a mass casualty incident (MCI). Which of the following clients should the nurse plan to care for first? A. A client experiencing a tension pneumothorax B. A client who has a closed upper extremity fracture C. A client who has full-thickness burns over 80% of his body D. A client who has agonal respirations A client experiencing a tension pneumothorax. 19.A nurse is helping to triage a group of clients at a mass casualty incident who were involved in an explosion at a local factory. Which of the following clients should the nurse tag to be the priority for care? A client who has a piece of wood punctured into the chest wall and has an audible hissing sound coming from the wound site 20.A nurse is assisting with field triage following a motor-vehicle crash involving a bus with multiple victims. The nurse assesses a child who has an open fracture of the femur. Which of the following actions should the nurse take? Place a yellow tag on the child 21.A nurse is triaging victims of a multiple motor-vehicle crash. The nurse assesses a client trapped under a car who is apneic and has a weak pulse at 120/min. After repositioning his upper airway the client remains apneic. Which of the following actions should the nurse take? Place a black tag on the client's upper body and attempt to help the next client in need 22.A nurse is triaging clients injured during a tornado. The nurse assesses a client who has an open fracture of his arm. Which of the following actions should the nurse take? Place a yellow tag on the client's upper body 23.A nurse is the triage officer in the emergency department when four clients arrive following a factory explosion. which of the following clients should the nurse care for first? An unconscious adult client who has a sucking chest wound, respirations of 38/min, and capillary refill of <2 seconds 24.A nurse is educating community members about how to prepare for disaster. Which of the following supplies should the nurse instruct the clients to include in a disaster preparedness kit? (Select all that apply) Clean clothing Personal identification Matches Prescription medications 25.A nurse is assisting with triaging clients following an explosion. Which of the following clients should the nurse identify as the highest priority? A conscious adult client who has second-degree burns on both lower legs; respiratory rate is >30/min 26.A nurse is reviewing the guidelines for reporting nationally notifiable infectious diseases. Which of the following diseases should the nurse plan to report to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)? Lyme disease 27.A community health nurse is reviewing the levels of disease prevention. Which of the following activities is an example of tertiary prevention? Providing treatment for clients who have chronic obstructive pulmonary disease 28.A charge nurse is discussing staff nurses' responsibilities in preplanning for response to a disaster. Which of the following responsibilities should the nurse include in the discussion? Identify community resources that are available 29.A nurse is reviewing treatment protocols for clients exposed to bioterrorism agents. For which of the following agents should the nurse plan to administer a vaccine following exposure? Smallpox 30.A nurse is providing staff education about smallpox as a bioterrorism threat. Which of the following statements indicates an understanding of this agent? (Select all that apply) "Smallpox is transmitted person to person" "Naturally occurring smallpox has been eradicated from the world" "Smallpox is often confused with varicella" 31.A nurse is preparing a response protocol for botulism as a bioterrorism agent. The nurse should prepare the protocol based on which of the following information? (Select all that apply) -Botulism can produce paralysis within 12-72 hr following exposure -Vomiting and diarrhea are expected findings following exposure 32.A nurse is preparing to care for a client who has suspected exposure to plague as a result of bioterrorism. Which of the following actions should the nurse plan to take first? Initiate contact precautions 33.A nurse is planning a staff education session regarding biological weapons of mass destruction. Which of the following should he plan to include in the session? (Select all that apply) Smallpox Anthrax Botulism 34.A charge nurse is discussing the phases of community response to disaster with nursing staff. Which of the following statements indicates an understanding of the heroic phase of disaster response? Personnel are willing to work in dangerous conditions to provide assistance. 35.A community health nurse is providing a community education program about disaster preparedness. Which of the following should the nurse recommend that clients include in their family's disaster readiness supply kit or "go bag"? (Select all that apply) Pencil and paper Whistle Antibiotics Copies of insurance cards 36.A nurse is reinforcing teaching with a group of adolescent females who are pregnant about expected changes related to pregnancy. Which of the following client statements indicates understanding of the teaching? It is normal to have white vaginal discharge 37.A nurse is leading a therapeutic group for clients at an outpatient mental health clinic. Which of the following client statements indicates a problem with role transition? I just can't seem to find any energy to take care of my children since my husband divorced me 38.A nurse is preparing to administer ciprofloxacin to a client. The nurse should identify that the medication is treatment for exposure to which of the following agents? Anthrax 39.A nurse is caring for a client who suspects recent exposure to inhalation anthrax. Which of the following findings indicate possible exposure? Flu-like symptoms 40.The Nurse-Led Wellness Center is a type of nursing center that focuses on: A. Health-promotion, disease-prevention, and disease-management programs B. Programs aliated with major for-prot health corporations C. Programs for special populations and specic health conditions D. Public health programs 41.A newly graduated nurse is looking into applying for community-related jobs. Among all the possibilities are the following, EXCEPT: A. School Nursing B. Occupational Nursing C. Trauma care Nursing D. Home care nursing 42.A riverfront community builds a retaining wall to divert floodwater away from the town. Which term describes what has happened (related to disaster)? Mitigation 43.Which levels of intervention are nurse-led centers designed to provide? Primary, Secondary, and Tertiary prevention 44.The new community nurse is interested in serving rural communication. After exploring different possibilities, which one do you think the nurse chose? Telehealth 45. A nurse is caring for the community as the client. Which of the following is most likely the focus of the nurse’s care? A. Providing care for aggregates living in the community B. The collective good of the population C. The provision of care for families in the home setting D. Providing health education in the community 46.The community health nurse is assigned to work in an X community. One of the responsibilities for the nurse is to investigate if that is a rural, urban or suburban community. (This is important for the assessment). She must have to look for all the following data, EXCEPT): A. Distance between the community and the core city. B. How many business and medical services offices are located on the community assigned. C. The demographic data, especially how many people are residents in the assigned community. D. The time needed to commute from the assigned community to the center of the city 47.A nurse is completing a community assessment. Which of the following actions would be most likely for the nurse to complete? Determine the weaknesses of a community Assess individual needs within a community Perform the core functions of public health nursing Identify community needs and clarify problems 48.A nurse is working in a community that is experiencing the Honeymoon Phase after a disaster. Which of the following is characteristic of this phase? Survivors share their stories 49.The best definition of “Doughnut Effect” is: A. when the people and people activities shift out from the center of the city to the suburbs. B. When the people move out near the Donuts stores. C. When the people of the city move out the center to work in business outside the downtown. D. When people shift from the rural environments to the core center of the cities. When the people of the city move out the center to work in business outside the downtown. 50.In Community Health Nursing and Public Health, the best description of a rural environment is: A. The rural environment is called to the location where low-income families live. B. Is there no neighbors or business oces near your home, you live in a rural environment. C. Communities having fewer than 20,000 residents or fewer than 99 persons per square mile; or it may be described in terms of the distance D. When your town is a small village with 15 residents and take 10 minutes to get the downtown area Community having fewer than 20, 000 residents or fewer that 99 persons per square mile; or it may be described in terms of the distance 51-A nurse is participating in the preparedness stage of disaster management. Which of the following describes what is happening? A. Heightened inspection and increased security in the community B. Incorporation of provision of pets into local disaster plans C. Purchase of personal protective equipment for all citizens D. Assembly of disaster kits for the home, workplace, and car 52- A nurse responds to a natural disaster. Which of the following is the nurse most likely responding to? A. Transportation accident B. Pollution C. Communicable disease epidemic D. Fire 53- A riverfront community builds a retaining wall to divert flood water away from the town. Which term describes what has happened? A. Community resilience B. Rapid needs assessment C. Mitigation D. A natural disaster 54- 10. A nurse is triaging victims of a multiple motor-vehicle crash. The nurse assesses a client trapped under a car who is apneic and has a weak pulse at 120/min. After repositioning his upper airway, the client remains apneic. Which of the following actions should the nurse take? A. Start CPR B. Place a red tag on the client’s upper body and attempt to help the next client in need C. Place a black tag on the client’s upper body and attempt to help the next client in need. D. Reposition the client upper airway a second time before assessing his respirations 55- 5. The nurse is participating in a biological disaster simulation where citizens are exposed to pneumonic plague. Which of the following interventions should the nurse plan to use while caring for these clients? A. Initiate airborne precaution B. Administer an antitoxin C. Initiate droplet precautions D. Destroy the lines after use 56- Which levels of intervention are nurse-led centers designed to provide? Local, state, and national needs Individual, family, community needs Primary, secondary, and tertiary prevention Uninsured, under-insured, and insured populations NURS 403/2020 CUARTA PARTE 1.A nurse is providing staff education about smallpox as a bioterrorism threat. Which of the following statements indicates an understanding of this agent (SATA) A. "Smallpox is transmitted person to person." B. "Infection is characterized by severe respiratory distress." C. "Smallpox vaccination ensures lifelong immunity." D. "Naturally occurring smallpox has been eradicated from the world." E. "Smallpox is often confused with varicella." 2.A nurse is caring for a client following exposure to inhalational anthrax due to bioterrorism. Which of the following medications should the nurse prepare to administer? (SATA) A. Ciprofloxacin (Cipro) B. Doxycycline (Vibramycin) C. Amoxicillin (Amoxil) D. Penicillin G (Bicillin) E. Cefotaxime (Claforan) 3. A nurse is preparing a response protocol for botulism as a bioterrorism agent. The nurse should prepare protocol based on which of the following? (SATA) A. Botulism can produce paralysis B. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) should be notified when more than three cases are suspected C. Botulism is acquired through contact D. Vomiting and diarrhea are expected findings E. Botulism is a toxin found in castor beans 4. A public health nurse has just completed an educational program community who may have been exposed to agents of bioterrorism one of the nurses who attended the program regarding the clinical indicates a need for further education? A. "Smallpox has been considered eradicated worldwide." B. "People who were immunized against smallpox before to be protected." C. "It is easy for providers to distinguish smallpox from present early with the disease." D. "Unlike chickenpox, the vesicles of smallpox are m 5. A nurse is preparing to care for a client who has suspected exposure to plague as a result of bioterrorism. Which of the following actions should the nurse plan to take first? A. Prepare for drainage of lesions B. Initiate contact precautions C. Notify the CDC D. Decontaminate the client 6.A nurse in an emergency department is caring for a victim of a suspected...exposure to cutaneous anthrax. Which of the following is an expected...? A. Immediate onset of respiratory distress B. Flu-like symptoms 48 hr after exposure C. Itching of the skin progressing to ulceration over 1 to 7 D. Immediate onset of vascular lesions of the skin 7. A nurse is reviewing treatment protocols for clients exposed to bioterrorism agents. For which of the following agents should the nurse plan to administer a vaccine following exposure? A. Anthrax B. Botulism C. Plague D. Smallpox 8.A nurse is assessing a client who is experiencing difficulty sleeping, having nightmares, experiencing feelings of survivor guilt, and having difficulty concentrating one year after the death of a relative during a destructive and devastating natural disaster. Which of the following describe the client's symptoms? A. Generalized anxiety disorder B. Post-traumatic stress syndrome C. Historionic personality disorder D. Dissociative identity syndrome 9.A nurse is working with community members in order to aid them in preparation for any disaster. She helps the clients compile a personal list of basic supplies needed in case of a disaster. Which of the following should the nurse instruct the clients to include? (SATA) A. Three quarts of water per person B. Clean clothing C. Personal identification D. Matches E. Prescription medications 10.A nurse is working with an interdisciplinary committee in the development of a community-wide emergency response plan in the even of a disaster. The nurse should assure that the community's emergency communication plan for a non-biological or chemical incident includes which of the following agencies to be notified immediately following the call to 911? A. Office of Emergency Management OED B. The Federal Emergency Management Agency C. American Red Cross D. U.S. Department of Homeland Security 11.A nurse is triaging clients after a local disaster. Which of the following clients should the nurse recommend to discharge first? A. 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