When caring for a patient with an indwelling catheter, the specialist should:
b. Elevate the bag above the level of the patient's bladder.
Use a sterile, closed-drainage system with disposable, clear plastic bag and
d. Break the sterile continuity when removing the urine.
The backrub is usually administered:
a. Before the patient's bath.
b. After the patient's bath.
During the patient's bath.
d. When the patient is going to sleep.
The specialist will massage the patient's back for:
a. 1 minute.
b. 2 to 3 minutes.
2 to 4 minutes.
d. 3 to 5 minutes.
The backrub is contraindicated (not given) if the patient has such conditions as:
a. Fractured ribs, burns, or high blood pressure.
b. Pulmonary embolism, heart condition, or open wounds.
Fractured ribs, burns, or open wounds.
d. Hypertension, dysrhythmias, or fractured ribs.