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It does not acknowl- edge the client’s concern nor encourage further sharing. 2. ” Blocked. This response does not acknowledge the client’s concern and is a form of personal advice. It effectively shuts off further discussion. CHAPTER 3 Sharpening Your Test-Taking Skills 3. ” Blocked. This response indicates that the topic of the client’s concern has been heard but it offers a solution which may or may not be acceptable to the client. It does not offer the client a choice or the opportunity to further specify or discuss concerns or feelings.
The law holds obtaining consent for medical treatment to be the responsibility of the physician, but the nurse has a responsibility of notifying the physician if she/he determines that the client does not seem to understand. • Consent can be oral or written, although a written consent is usually preferred. • A blanket consent for “any procedure deemed necessary” is not usually considered adequate for speciﬁc procedures. • Consent for nursing care is implied when the nurse asks the client to do something and the client does not refuse the care.
Opposite of tight 14. _t__Exacerbate n. eliminate 15. _o__Profuse o. pouring forth p. easy going q. of major importance r. cause discomfort s. rigid t. worsen u. about to happen v. ﬁrst of two w. misplace x. augment y. lack of z. come into close contact 17 18 PART I: Testing Smart ANSWERS FOR WORKSHEET 3 Do you have key facts from this chapter on your NCLEX-RN knowledge ring? Complete the worksheet below to help you check. Directions: For items 1 to 5, read each of the following questions. If the question contains a key word, underline it.