Nursing Board Questions about Integumentary Disorders (Questions 1-5)


1. When teaching a client with intertrigo about prescribed skin care measures, the nurse should include which important instruction to avoid Candida albicans overgrowth?

a. "Never apply cornstarch to the affected areas."
b. "Never apply talcum powder to the affected areas."
c. "Don't allow the affected areas to dry."
d. "Don't wash the affected areas with water until they heal."

2. A client received burns to his entire back and left arm. Using the Rule of Nines, the nurse can calculate that he has sustained burns on what percentage of his body?

a. 9%
b. 18%
c. 27%
d. 36%

3. The nurse is caring for a client with a postoperative wound evisceration. Which action should the nurse perform first?

a. Explain to the client what is happening and provide support.
b. Cover the protruding internal organs with sterile gauze moistened with sterile saline solution.
c. Push the protruding organs back into the abdominal cavity.
d. Ask the client to drink as much fluid as possible.

4. A client with a solar burn of the chest, back, face, and arms is seen in urgent care. The nurse's primary concern should be:

a. fluid resuscitation.
b. infection.
c. body image.
d. pain management.

5. Which of the following is the initial intervention for a client with external bleeding?

a. Elevation of the extremity
b. Pressure point control
c. Direct pressure
d. Application of a tourniquet

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