NCLEX Review & Nursing School

NCLEX Review & Nursing School

HSV I-Cold Sores HSV II- Gential Herpes, Spread through Direct contact, Lays dormant and is triggered by stress. Maintain hip abduction by separating thighs with pillows. give priority to answers that deal directly to the pt’s body, not the machines/equipment. Client is in private room or a room with cohorts, nurses should wear a surgical mask when within 3 feet of the client, appropriate hand hygiene, and the use of designated equipment, such as BP cuff and thermometer. also when the patient has waived the right to give informed consent. To keep the faucet handle clean and germ free c. Influenza.
NCLEX Review & Nursing School

Now lets go over the meat and potatoes of Safety and Infection Control in the NCLEX Exam which is knowing all the necessary precautions. And obviously  in order to be successful in the NCLEX, you have to know this by heart. for the second preparation, i re-took the kaplan review course and started to make exams using question i previously did not get correct. It is pretty much self explanatory in a sense that it is transmitted through usually skin to skin contact. lpns are only allowed to implement written orders from mds/apns & follow instructions given to them by the rns in charge to cover their patients. Since the skin is the number one barrier during a contact. Now lets take a look at Droplet precaution which can occur from a source such as a person during coughing, or sneezing or  talking,  Now these Droplets that contain the microorganisms can generally travel no more than 3 feet from the patient.

So its basically a negative pressurized room. Then the question may ask something along the lines of what would you do first or which data piece would keep you from administering a prescribed medication.

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