Chapter 64 nursing management musculoskeletal problems

All of the bisphosphonates prevent calcium from being taken from the bones. A, Normal bone.

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She has slight kyphosis. All of the bisphosphonates prevent calcium from being taken from the bones. Taking the drug with milk enhances the absorption of calcium from the bowel. Osteopenia is more than normal bone loss but not yet at the level of osteoporosis. Lying down after taking the drug prevents light- headedness and dizziness. Increased calcium prevents future loss but will not form new bone. A year-old female patient who had a renal transplant 5 years ago and has been taking prednisone to prevent organ rejection. One in two women and one in eight men over 50 will sustain an osteoporosis-related fracture. The nurse teaches the patient that: 1. A, Normal bone. She has slight kyphosis. The usual first signs are back pain and spontaneous fractures. Osteopenia is more than normal bone loss but not yet at the level of osteoporosis. Taking the drug with milk enhances the absorption of calcium from the bowel. What can you tell her?

Osteopenia is more than normal bone loss but not yet at the level of osteoporosis. The drug must be taken with food to prevent GI side effects. The usual first signs are back pain and spontaneous fractures.

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The nurse teaches the patient that: 1. B, Osteoporotic bone. All of the bisphosphonates prevent calcium from being taken from the bones.

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The usual first signs are back pain and spontaneous fractures. A year-old male patient who has five alcoholic drinks per week and limits sun exposure to prevent recurrence of skin cancer. A year-old male patient who has five alcoholic drinks per week and limits sun exposure to prevent recurrence of skin cancer. Lying down after taking the drug prevents light- headedness and dizziness. The drug must be taken with food to prevent GI side effects. Increased calcium prevents future loss but will not form new bone. Osteopenia is more than normal bone loss but not yet at the level of osteoporosis. What lifestyle changes can she make to improve her condition? What treatment options are available to her? The usual first signs are back pain and spontaneous fractures.

What treatment options are available to her? The nurse teaches the patient that: 1.

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What can you tell her? An year-old male patient who has recently been diagnosed with hypothyroidism and is prescribed levothyroxine Synthroid. She has slight kyphosis. A, Normal bone. Taking the drug with milk enhances the absorption of calcium from the bowel. One in two women and one in eight men over 50 will sustain an osteoporosis-related fracture. The usual first signs are back pain and spontaneous fractures. When she is advised to take calcium supplements, she states she is already taking a multivitamin and drinks milk regularly. An year-old male patient who has recently been diagnosed with hypothyroidism and is prescribed levothyroxine Synthroid.
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