which involves normal transit mechanisms of mucosal transport,

Functional constipation, which involves normal transit mechanisms of mucosal transport, is the most common and can be successfully treated by taking what action? Taking stool softeners DOO Taking laxatives Sitting with feet propped on stool while defecating increasing intake of fiber and fluids

How would the nurse respond to a client who is prescribed a 2-g sodium diet and asks for juice? “I suggest you have either apple juice or pear nectar.” • ‘I suggest you have tomato juice.” • “Juice is not permitted on a low-sodium diet.” *Juice between meals is not calculated into your diet.

Question 103 While teaching about Quality and Safety Education for Nurses (QSEN) competencies, the nurse states, “This competency uses tools such as flowcharts and diagrams to make the process of care explicit.” Which QSEN competency is the nurse referring to? Quality improvement Patient-centered care Evidence-based practice Teamwork and collaboration

Diphenoxylate with atropine is well absorbed by the oral route with an onset of action of 15 to 30 minutes. The duration of action is 3 to 4 hours. The drug is metabolized in the liver to active metabolites and is excreted in bile and feces. True False

Constipation treatment targets the patient perceptions surrounding defecation practices. True False

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