Fundamental Skills - Hygiene/Sleep & Rest

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Fundamental Skills - Hygiene/Sleep & Rest
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2014-04-20 10:22:26
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NCLEX RN
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Fundamental Skills
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Hygiene/Sleep & Rest
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  1. A client is experiencing chronic insomnia. The nurse interprets this to mean that which areas of the brain are involved? 
    1. Hippocampus and frontal lobe 
    2. Temporal lobe and frontal lobe 
    3. Limbic system and cerebral hemispheres 
    4. Reticular activating system and cerebral hemispheres
    4. Reticular activating system and cerebral hemispheres
  2. A client has a problem with sleeping at night. The nurse encourages the client to do which measure to best enhance nighttime sleep? 
    1. Drink a glass of milk. 
    2. Eat a large bedtime snack. 
    3. Eat a snack with spicy ingredients. 
    4. Avoid caffeine products 1 hour before sleep.
    1. Drink a glass of milk.
  3. The nurse notes that an older client with dementia is unable to care for self. Which is an appropriate goal for this client? 
    1. The client will function at the highest level of independence possible. 
    2. The client will be admitted to a long-term care facility to have ADL needs met. 
    3. The nursing staff will attend to all the client's ADL needs during the hospital stay. 
    4. The client will complete all activities of daily living (ADL) independently within a 1-hour time frame.
    1. The client will function at the highest level of independence possible.
  4. Which interventions are appropriate when administering a tepid bath to a child with a fever? Select all that apply. 
    1. Allow the child's skin to air dry. 
    2. Apply alcohol-soaked cloths over the child's body. 
    3. Use a water toy to distract the child during the bath. 
    4. Place lightweight pajamas on the child after the bath. 
    5. Squeeze water over the child's body, using the washcloth.
    • 3. Use a water toy to distract the child during the bath. 
    • 4. Place lightweight pajamas on the child after the bath. 
    • 5. Squeeze water over the child's body, using the washcloth.

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