List as Question per ZhangJie
- 5648What instructions should the nurse give a client experiencing signs and symptoms related to decreased arterial insufficiency? Select all that apply.
- 5649The nurse is caring for a client who has just had an ankle-brachial index (ABI) test. The left arm blood pressure was 160/80 mm Hg, and a palpable systolic blood pressure of the left lower extremity was 130/60 mm Hg. These findings suggest that the client has:
- 5650A client is admitted for a revascularization procedure for arteriosclerosis in the left iliac artery. To promote circulation in the extremities, the nurse should:
- 5651A sedentary, obese, middle-aged client is recovering from surgery to remove an embolus in the right iliac artery. The nurse should develop a discharge plan with the client that will focus on participating in which activities? Select all that apply.
- 5652The nurse is assessing a 48-year-old client with a history of smoking during a routine clinic visit. The client, who exercises regularly, reports having pain in the calf during exercise that disappears at rest. Which finding requires further evaluation?
- 5653A client with peripheral artery disease has undergone a right femoral-popliteal bypass graft. The blood pressure has decreased from 124/80 mm Hg to 88/62 mm Hg. What should the nurse assess first?
- 5654An obese client taking warfarin has dry skin due to decreased arterial blood flow. What should the nurse instruct the client to do? Select all that apply.
- 5655The nurse is caring for a client with peripheral artery disease who has recently been prescribed clopidogrel. The nurse understands that more teaching is necessary when the client states:
- 5656A client is receiving cilostazol for peripheral artery disease causing intermittent claudication. The nurse determines this medication is effective when the client reports:
- 5657The client with peripheral artery disease reports both legs hurt when walking. What should the nurse instruct the client to do?