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N211: Health Differences Across the Lifespan I of 148 22. Which instruction should the nurse include in the teaching plan of a patient who develops diarrhea as a side effect of an antineoplastic drug? 23. A patient with actinic keratosis asks if she is at risk for developing skin cancer. The nurse’s reply should be based on which knowledge? 24. A nursing goal for a patient being treated with steroid hormones for cancer is to decrease the intake of which of the following? 25. Which nursing action should be employed to help prevent dislodgement of the applicator containing radioactive elements used to treat cervical cancer? 26. Which lab data is of most concern for the patient undergoing radiation therapy? 27. A school-age child with lymphoma is receiving chemotherapy. Which activity by the child’s parent indicates adequate learning regarding the child’s condition? 28. Which instruction should the nurse give to an adult patient with severe stomatitis from chemotherapy? 29. A child with Wilm’s tumor is receiving dactinomycin (Cosmegen) and vincristine (Oncovin). The nurse should teach the child’s parents how to manage which adverse reactions to the drugs? 30. Which is an appropriate intervention for a patient with lung cancer who develops superior vena cava syndrome? 31. In planning care for a young adult patient with glioma, the nurse should instruct the family that the patient is prone to developing which problem? 32. Which information does the nurse need to know in developing a teaching plan for a patient with a sigmoid colostomy? Achieve Page 136


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