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NCLEX Practice Question - Unilateral Adrenalectomy to remove a tumor

NCLEX Study Guide about Unilateral Adrenalectomy to remove a tumor

NCLEX Study Guide about Unilateral Adrenalectomy to remove a tumor

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In OT, Nurse is attending a client, who has had a unilateral adrenalectomy for removal of a tumor. What is the most important measurement from the following list the nurse to take in the immediate post-operative period.
  • 1- The blood pressure
  • 2- The temperature
  • 3- The specific gravity of the urine
  • 4- The urinary output

Answer 1 is correct for This NCLEX MCQs

Rationale of NCLEX Question 

The Blood pressure is best indicator of cardiovascular collapse in that client who has had an adrenal gland tumor removed. The remaining glands might have been suppressed due to the tumor activity. Temperature would be an indicator of infection, decreased output would be a clinical manifestation but would take longer tooccur than blood pressure changes, and specific gravity changes occur with other disorders; due to this other answers 2, 3, and 4 are not correct.

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