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6) A nurse is evaluating discharge instructions for a client following a right cataract extraction. Which of the following client statements indicates the teaching is effective?
A. I will take a stool softener until my eye is healed.
B. I will expect to have moderately severe pain for 1-2 days
C. I will refrain from cooking for 1 week
D. I will bend at the waist to tie my shoes
7) A nurse is reinforcing teaching with a client who has been newly diagnosed with chronic open angle glaucoma. Which of the following statements by the client indicates an understanding of the teaching?
A. When my vision improves I will be able to stop taking the eye drops
B. If I forget to take my eye drops, I should wait until the next time they are due.
C. I should call the clinic before taking any over-the-counter medications
D. Every 2 years I will need to have my vision checked by an eye doctor
8) A nurse is reinforcing teaching with a client to has chronic open angle glaucoma. The client has been prescribed pilocarpine ophthalmic solution. Which of the following statements by the client demonstrates an understanding of the teaching?
A. I'll use the eye drops once daily 1st thing in the morning
B. I'll be able to see better at night while taking this medication
C. I should expect blurred vision for up to 2 hours after using the medication
D. Since these drops go right into my eyes, I won't experience medication effects in other parts of my body
9) A nurse is preparing to administer ofloxacin otic drops to in adult client who has otitis externa. Which of the following actions should the nurse take?
A. Hold the dropper against the ear canal while instilling the medication
B. Apply gentle pressure with a finger to the tragus of the ear
C. Chill the medication prior to administration
D. Straighten the external auditory canal by pulling it down and back
10) A nurse notes that the left eyelid of a client who is unconscious remains partially open. To protect the eye, which of the following actions should the nurse take?
A. Irrigate the eye daily with 0.9% sodium chloride irrigation solution.
B. Dim the lights in the room.
C. Instill ophthalmic ointment into the lower lid
D. Keep the client off her left side
Answers:
6. A
7. C
8. C
9. B
10. D

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