List as Question per ZhangJie
- 6082Which goal for the client’s care should take priority during the first days of hospitalization for an exacerbation of ulcerative colitis?
- 6083The client with ulcerative colitis is to be on bed rest with bathroom privileges. When evaluating the effectiveness of this level of activity, the nurse should determine if the client has:
- 6084A client has had an exacerbation of ulcerative colitis with cramping and diarrhea persisting longer than 1 week. The nurse should assess the client for which complication?
- 6085A client who has ulcerative colitis says to the nurse, “I cannot take this anymore; I am constantly in pain, and I cannot leave my room because I need to stay by the toilet. I do not know how to deal with this.” Based on these comments, the nurse should determine the client is experiencing:
- 6086A client newly diagnosed with ulcerative colitis who has been placed on steroids asks the nurse why steroids are prescribed. The nurse should tell the client:
- 6087A client who has ulcerative colitis has persistent diarrhea and has lost 12 lb (5.5 kg) since the exacerbation of the disease. Which approach will be most effective in helping the client meet nutritional needs?
- 6088A client with ulcerative colitis is to take sulfasalazine. Which instructions should the nurse give the client about taking this medication at home? Select all that apply.
- 6089Which diet would be most appropriate for the client with ulcerative colitis?
- 6090A client who has a history of Crohn’s disease is admitted to the hospital with fever, diarrhea, cramping, abdominal pain, and weight loss. The nurse should monitor the client for:
- 6091A client with Crohn’s disease has concentrated urine; decreased urinary output; dry skin with decreased turgor; hypotension; and weak, thready pulses. What should the nurse do first?