A student nurse is doing clinical work in the outpatient rehabilitation unit
I need help with these questions. Due today.
1. A student nurse is doing clinical work in the outpatient rehabilitation unit. She assists a
34-year-old paraplegic patient to prepare for an examination of decubitus ulcers. While assisting the patient, the student asks what may have caused the ulcers. The patient claims to use an emollient she received from the clinic, as well as a foam pad while she is seated. She also tries to move her position every 2 hours and sleeps on her side. What is the student nurse’s best response?
2. A 78-year-old man is caring for his 75-year-old wife as she recovers from a stroke. Their family requests a home care visit to make sure their father is not overwhelmed with the responsibility of caring for their mother at home. The home care nurse determines that the patient’s husband is not lifting his wife out of bed and into a chair as the hospital staff did before the patient was released. The husband explains that his wife doesn’t like to get out of bed, and she cries when he tries to lift her. He tries to keep her turned on a regular basis and exercises her twice a day to prevent bedsores. How should the nurse handle the situation?
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