Exam & Evaluation (ECG Strip Identification and Evaluation)
Questions: Please respond to following statements.
An appropriate nursing diagnosis for the symptomatic patient with cardiac dysrhythmia is alteration in cardiac output.
Providing a restful environment is an appropriate nursing intervention for the patient with cardiac dysrhythmias.
Patient teaching activities include all of the following except:
Teaching the patient to report chest pain and/or dyspnea
Teaching the patient to "bear down" or hold breath during bowel movement
Instructing a patient how to self administer medications
Instructing a patient about a healthy diet
Providing psychosocial support to the family members is an appropriate nursing intervention.
Skin preparation prior to ECG lead placement includes:
soap and water if skin is oily
Rubbing with a 2 x 2 gauze
All of the above
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