removal of the old dressing and application of the new dressing

The nurse changes the dressing on a client’s double-lumen peripherally inserted central venous catheter (PICC). Which technique should the nurse use? (Select all that apply.) 1. Cleanse around the catheter insertion site using a circular motion outward. 2. Apply an occlusive dressing over the insertion site. 13. U 3. Use sterile technique during the dressing change. 4. Remove the old dressing by pulling away from the insertion site. 5. Change gloves between removal of the old dressing and application of the new dressing

The nurse provides care to a middle-age client hospitalized following a stroke. Which information in the client’s history does the nurse recognize as being a risk factor for experiencing a stroke? (Select all that apply.) 1. Frequent tension headaches. 2. Pheochromocytoma. 3. Routine use of ibuprofen. 4. Weight loss. 5. Diabetes mellitus.The nurse changes the dressing on a client’s double-lumen peripherally inserted central venous catheter (PICC). Which technique should the nurse use? (Select all that apply.) 1. Cleanse around the catheter insertion site using a circular motion outward. 2. Apply an occlusive dressing over the insertion site. 13. U 3. Use sterile technique during the dressing change. 4. Remove the old dressing by pulling away from the insertion site. 5. Change gloves between removal of the old dressing and application of the new dressing.

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