Secretions may have pooled above the tracheostomy cuff. If these are not suctioned before deflation, the secretions may be aspirated.
NCLEX Nursing MCQs
Before walking the client for the first time after delivery the nurse should ask the client to sit on the side of the bed and dangle her legs to prevent postural hypotension. Pain medication should not be given before walking making answer A incorrect. Answers C and D have no relationship to walking the client so they are incorrect.
Decreased bladder capacity
Passage of profuse watery stools is the major symptom of cholera. Both amoebic and bacillary dysentery are characterized by the presence of blood and/or mucus in the stools. Giardiasis is characterized by fat malabsorption and, therefore, steatorrhea.
Attain and maintain ideal weight
Right Answer is: Bone Marrow Aspiration