1. Consider the patient with blunt abdominal trauma.

List your results in order of the priority of the nursing intervention. - Establish airway and ventilation to prevent the possibility of aspiration or airway obstruction - Control hemorrhage to prevent major bleeding that may cause life threatening conditions - Prevent and treat hypovolemic shock. Severe blood and fluid loss makes the heart unable to pump enough blood to the body which may lead to organ dysfunctions. - Assess for head and neck injuries to provide appropriate care for the injury - Evaluate for other injuries – reassess head and neck, chest, assess abdomen, back and extremities to provide appropriate care for other injury - Splint fractures to provide immobilization - Perform more thorough and ongoing examination and assessment to determine other complications or any other delayed symptoms.

2. List the emergency nursing measures you would carry out if you were present when someone experienced an anaphylactic reaction to a bee sting Remove stinger by scraping because studies have shown that the longer the stinger is inside your skin, the more venom it will release into your body. Wash the wound with soap and water to reduce or remove microorganisms. Cover the wound to prevent from microorganisms Apply cold pack to reduce swelling Watch for allergic reaction. To treat it immediately and prevent complications