Weekly NCLEX/HESI Question for June 16


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June 16

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The most appropriate instructions a nurse should supply a client with regards to preventing antibiotic-resistant bacterial infection is:
Wash hands after toileting and before meals
Avoid crowds and contact with others who are ill
Take the prescribed antibiotics at the time for which they are prescribed and for the duration directed
Request antibiotics for colds or flu that does not come to an end in 2-3 days
Question 1 Explanation: 
The answer is (c). Part of the antibiotic-resistance problem we have in medicine today is because of the rampant misuse of antibiotics. They are either incorrectly given in cases of viral infections such as flu and colds or when given, are stopped too soon, allowing the infective agent to return.
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