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Nursing Health Assessment

Nursing

Quiz 20 :

Assessing Pain

Quiz 20 :

Assessing Pain

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The nurse is providing care to an older adult patient who has had knee replacement surgery. Which will the nurse monitor the patient for in response to unrelieved pain?
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C

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The nurse is assessing a 4-week-old infant who had cardiovascular surgery to repair a patent ductus arteriosus (PDA). The infant is currently inconsolable. Using the CRIES scale, which score for crying is appropriate?
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C

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Which question would best assess the quality of a patient's pain?
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A

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The nurse is assessing an infant for pain. Which integumentary assessment finding indicates that the infant may be experiencing pain?
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Which question is best for assessing the severity of pain?
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Which action by the nurse is most appropriate when conducting a pain assessment for a preschool-age child who has been in a bike accident?
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The nurse is using the acronym QUESTT to assess the pain in a preschool-age child. Which action is appropriate for the "S" in this acronym?
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The nurse wants to provide the most culturally appropriate care to a Chinese American patient who is admitted to the medical-surgical unit after a knee replacement surgery. Which question is most appropriate do determine appropriate interventions to treat pain?
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The nurse is using the FACES Pain Scale to assess the pain for a preschool-age child after a tonsillectomy. The patient points to the face that indicates hurting "a whole lot." Which numeric value is associated with this?
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Your patient has had an exploratory laparotomy and bowel resection. She is complaining of severe incisional pain. What is the most accurate means of assessing your patient's pain?
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The nurse is assigned several patients on a pediatric postsurgical unit. For which patient would the nurse use the FLACC Postoperative Pain Tool when assessing pain?
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The nurse is providing care to several patients on a medical-surgical unit who are experiencing pain after surgery. Which patient may request herbal medications for the treatment of pain?
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Which is an infant behavior that is associated with pain?
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The nurse is conducting a pain assessment for a patient who experiences chronic pain. Which scale is most appropriate when initially assessing the effect of the pain on activities of daily living (ADLs)?
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The nurse is providing care to a patient who is experiencing acute, unrelieved pain. Which will the nurse monitor the patient for based on this data?
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The nurse is conducting an assessment for a patient on a medical-surgical unit. Which finding is indicative of pain?
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The clinic nurse is assessing a patient who presents with ear pain. Which question is most appropriate to determine the precipitating factor for the current pain?
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The nurse is using a pain scale that allows the patient to choose descriptors when describing the current level of pain. Which pain scale is the nurse using?
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Which pain scale is appropriate for children ages 3 to 13 years?
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The nurse is providing care to a patient who is experiencing acute pain with nausea and vomiting. Which term will the nurse use when documenting this patient's pain in the medical record?
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