A．Client teaching about the cause of TＢ.
B．Reviewing the risk factors for TＢ.
C．Developing a list of people with whom the client has had contact.
D．Client teaching about the importance of TＢ testing.
A．avoid focusing on his weight.
B．increase his activity level.
C．follow a regular diet.
D．continue leading a high-stress lifestyle.
C．excessive drug use.
A．A 3-day-old neonate who has been fed IV since birth.
B．A 2-day-old neonate who has been breast-fed.
C．A 1-day-old neonate receiving formula.
D．A breast-fed neonate being discharged within 24 hours of birth.
A．getting the client out of bed and into a chair for 30 minutes, twice daily.
B．avoiding repositioning the client if he's comfortable.
C．repositioning the client on alternate sides at least every 2 hours.
D．positioning the client with the greatest pressure at the bony prominence.
A．ask the client which activity he would prefer to do first.
B．negotiate a time when the client will perform activities.
C．tell the client specifically and concisely what needs to be done.
D．prepare the client ahead of time for the activity.