A client comes to the ambulatory clinic seeking care with a complaint of "getting something in my eye." Which of the following actions should the nurse take first?
A client is being admitted to the post-anesthesia recovery area following lens removal and replacement in the left eye for a cataract. The nurse places the client into which of the following most appropriate positions?
A client who has developed impaired vision because of previously undiagnosed glaucoma asks the nurse if the lost vision will return. Which of the following replies by the nurse is most accurate?
A client is admitted with a newly diagnosed detached retina. The nurse should place highest priority on doing which of the following?
The nurse who is planning care for a client who is legally blind should do which of the following as most important to ensure the client's safety?
The nurse is performing the Rinne test on a client with a suspected hearing impairment. The nurse places the base of the tuning fork in which of the following locations?
The nurse is providing instructions to a client who has been diagnosed with hearing impairment and has just received a hearing aid. The nurse would include which of the following statements in discussion with the client?
A nurse is providing care to a client who just underwent a stapedectomy. The nurse checks the client's medical record, noting that this client had which of the following diagnoses prior to surgery?
A 72-year-old client reports to the nurse during a health history that the physician previously diagnosed an age-related loss of hearing. The nurse documents in the medical record that the patient reports which of the following disorders?
The nurse would prioritize that which of the following nursing diagnoses has highest priority for a client experiencing an attack of Meniere's disease?