Aclient with gastroesophageal reflux disease (gerd) has a diagnosis of barrett esophagus with minor cell changes. what principle should be integrated into the client's subsequent care?
a. antacids may be discontinued when symptoms of heartburn subside.
b. small amounts of blood are likely to be present in the stools and are not cause for concern.
c. the client will be monitored closely to detect malignant changes.
d. liver enzymes must be checked regularly, as h2 receptor antagonists may cause hepatic damage.
olive oil provides the fats in a caesar salad.
approach victim, and tell the victim not to move. identify yourself, and ask if you can .
if the victim says "yes," ask what happened, whether the victim is having trouble breathing, and if and where they have pain. based on what they say, call 911 accordingly
check the victim's head, neck, arms, legs, chest, and stomach for injuries. look for bleeding, bruising, swelling, or other obvious injury. try to feel as best you can for any bumps or irregularities on the arms or legs, but do not touch or move any area that is painful. be sure to tell the victim what you are going to do before you do it.
check the victim’s arms and legs for any irregularities.
check the victim’s arms and legs for any irregularities, but do not touch any area that is causing the victim pain.
if you suspect a neck or back injury, do not move victim or allow victim to move. if there is back or neck injury, have the victim rest in a position that is comfortable for them.
monitor the victim's breathing, and stay with them until ems arrives.
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