A client in shock who is given intramuscular injections of morphine may suffer
which of the following, as a result of the injection.
a. Morphine poisoning.
b. Heart attack.
d. Damaged peripheral circulation.
A client who has been given morphine is presumed to have morphine poisoning
whenever there is concurrent appearance of coma, depressed respiration, and:
a. Flushed face.
b. Pinpoint pupils.
Morphine should NOT be used in the treatment of emergency clients whose
a. c, d, e, or f below.
b. d, e, or f below.
Pain in abdomen.
d. Head injury.
e. Chest injury.