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       1. The nurse enters the room as a 3 year-old is having a generalized seizure. Which intervention should the nurse do first?
  
   A) Clear the area of any hazards
   B) Place the child on the side
   C) Restrain the child
   D) Give the prescribed anticonvulsant
  
        2. A client has just returned to the medical-surgical unit following a segmental lung resection. After assessing the client, the first nursing action would be to
  
   A)  Administer pain medication
   B)  Suction excessive tracheobronchial secretions
   C)  Assist client to turn, deep breathe and cought
   D)  Monitor oxygen saturation
 
       3.  A nurse from the surgical department is reassigned to the pediatric unit. The charge nurse should recognize that the child at highest risk for cardiac arrest and is the least likely to be assiged to this nurse is which child?
  
   A)  Congenital cardiac defects
   B)  An acute febrile illness
   C)  Prolonged hypoxemia
   D)  Severe multiple trauma
 
 
 

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