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The provider writes orders for a patient with Type 1 DM admitted with DKA. Which order should the nurse for 1 last update 04 Aug 2020 question?

Fluid replacement, 0.9% sodium chloride, initial bolus.

Monitor blood glucose every 3-4 hours during IV insulin infusion.

Monitor for bradycardia, muscle weakness, hyperreflexia, and cardiac irregularities.

Humulin insulin IV, continuous, 6 U/h until blood glucose level drops to less than 180 mg/dL.The provider writes orders for a patient with Type 1 DM admitted with DKA. Which order should the nurse question?

Fluid replacement, 0.9% sodium chloride, initial bolus.

Monitor blood glucose every 3-4 hours during IV insulin infusion.

Monitor for bradycardia, muscle weakness, hyperreflexia, and cardiac irregularities.

Humulin insulin IV, continuous, 6 U/h until blood glucose level drops to less than 180 mg/dL.
A home care nurse is teaching a parent and 16-year-old patient with type 1 diabetes mellitus about insulin administration and rotating sites. Which statement, if made by the patient, would indicate effective teaching?

"I the 1 last update 04 Aug 2020 rotate sites between areas of my abdomen and arms."
"I will use a 90-degree angle of injection with a 1/2-inch needle."
"Insulin is given parenterally because the taste of an oral pill is awful."
"Since giving injections into my right abdomen is more comfortable to me, I will use that side routinely."A home care nurse is teaching a parent and 16-year-old patient with type 1 diabetes mellitus about insulin administration and rotating sites. Which statement, if made by the patient, would indicate effective teaching?

"I rotate sites between areas of my abdomen and arms."
"I will use a 90-degree angle of injection with a 1/2-inch needle."
"Insulin is given parenterally because the taste of an oral pill is awful."
"Since giving injections into my right abdomen is more comfortable to me, I will use that side routinely."
The diabetes educator is meeting with school nurses to discuss ways to increase diabetes management in the schools, allowing for students with diabetes to take part in everyday activities, before, during, and after school. The school nurses provide scenarios of their involvement with diabetes management. Which statement indicates a safe nursing action on the part of the school nurse?

I had the 1 last update 04 Aug 2020 a 15-year-old diabetic child come to my office last week. She was not able to have breakfast that morning but denied symptoms of hypoglycemia, such as tachycardia or sweating. I assisted her with the a.m. dose of regular insulin.

I had a 14-year-old diabetic child come to my office yesterday after school. Her coach asked that she see me because of irritability, pallor, and clammy skin. The child reported that after running 1 mile as warm-up, these symptoms developed. We tested her blood glucose.

I had a 12-year-old diabetic child last week come to my office complaining of increased thirst and fatigue. I noticed deep, rapid respirations and a fruity odor to her breath. The child has a management plan that includes self-blood glucose monitoring. She obtained a reading of 104 mg/dL, so I let her go back to class.

I had a 16-year-old diabetic child come to my office yesterday morning, asking about managing her diabetes when going out with friends. She wants to be a cheerleader and has to keep her weight down. She told me that skipping her evening dose of insulin would help her achieve that goal. That seemed reasonable, as then the intake would not be metabolized.The diabetes educator is meeting with school nurses to discuss ways to increase diabetes management in the schools, allowing for students with diabetes to take part in everyday activities, before, during, and after school. The school nurses provide scenarios of their involvement with diabetes management. Which statement indicates a safe nursing action on the part of the school nurse?

I had a 15-year-old diabetic child come to my office last week. She was not able to have breakfast that morning but denied symptoms of hypoglycemia, such as tachycardia or sweating. I assisted her with the a.m. dose of regular insulin.

I had a 14-year-old diabetic child come to my office yesterday after school. Her coach asked that she see me because of irritability, pallor, and clammy skin. The child reported that after running 1 mile as warm-up, these symptoms developed. We tested her blood glucose.

I had a 12-year-old diabetic child last week come to my office complaining of increased thirst and fatigue. I noticed deep, rapid respirations and a fruity odor to her breath. The child has a management plan that includes self-blood glucose monitoring. She obtained a reading of 104 mg/dL, so I let her go back to class.

I had a 16-year-old diabetic child come to my office yesterday morning, asking about managing her diabetes when going out with friends. She wants to be a cheerleader and has to keep her weight down. She told me that skipping her evening dose of insulin would help her achieve that goal. That seemed reasonable, as then the intake would not be metabolized.
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