1. The nurse is preparing a consent form for a client to sign before a procedure. Which of the following statement explains a characteristic of informed consent ?
a. The client does not need autonomy to give consent.
b. Minors are permitted to give consent
c. The client does not need to give consent if the situation is an emergency
d. If the client is of legal age, he or she does not need to cognitive ability to understand
A client is surprised to learn that his acute pain is caused by a kidney stone. The nurse should instruct the client that the most common type of renal calculi is composed
a nurse is preparing to transfer a client from lying in bed to sitting in a chair. When identifying the safest method of transfer, which of the following is most important for the nurse to determine?
A. The client's ability to communicate
B. The client's current weight-bearing status
C. The client's height
D. The type of equipment used in the past
the nurse recognized that the leading cause of death for the otherwise healthy 1-year-old is:
a .physical abuse
b. accidental injury
c. contagious diseases
d. stranger abduction
. a client receives a wrong medication. The nurse who made the medication error should do which of the following first?
a. Call the client’s provider
b. Assess the client
c. Notify the nurse manager
d. Complete an incident report