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The most commonly used eye chart is known as the Snellen chart. If you have 20/20 vision, you are considered to have normal visual acuity.
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A nurse observes a respiratory therapist apply oxygen to a client with the following arterial blood gas. pH 7.47, CO2 32, HCO3 25 and a respiratory rate of 32. Which oxygen delivery device is most appropriate to apply to this client?
A. Nasal cannula
B. Non-rebreather mask
C. Rebreather mask
D. Oxymizer

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If you have an eye disease or a risk factor for developing one, such as diabetes, high blood pressure or a family history of eye disease, you should see an ophthalmologist even if you are younger than 40.
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The age of 40 is usually the time when early signs of eye disease or changes in #vision may occur.

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The American Academy of Ophthalmology recommends that you get a baseline eye examination at 40, the time when early signs of disease or changes in #vision may occur.
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The Wills Eye Manual has most accurate information on more than 200 ophthalmic conditions. Save 15% with SOCIAL15: http://ow.ly/F6kP3092sqs

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When was the last time you had an eye exam? #vision
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The nurse is teaching a client with asthma how to use an inhaler. Place the steps of using an inhaler in proper order.
A. Shake the nebulizer
B. Inhale through an open mouth.
C. Breathe out through the mouth.
D. Hold the breath for 5 to 10 seconds.
E. Press the canister to release the medication.

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A nurse assesses a client with sensory-perceptual dysfunction who is experiencing apraxia and trouble following verbal commands. What nursing interventions can be implemented to minimize the client’s frustration? Select all that apply.

A. Use demonstration and imitation
B. Use gestures
C. Visual stimulation pictures or techniques
D. A white board with pen
E. Cue cards

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