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Group 1

A female client (68 yo) has an asthma. As you enter her room, he tells you that he is having trouble
breathing and has chest pain, uncomfortable appearing and pale. Vital sign: BP 142/96 mmHg, T 97.5 0F;
HR 86x/mnt, RR 12 x/mnt. The physician administered bronchodilator using nebulizer. The client has no
experience in taking nebulizer and questioning a lot.

Group 2

A female client (78 yo) has a history of asthma. She arrives at the clinic and states that her chest feels
tight and that she cannot ‘‘catch her breath.’’ The nurse notes that this client is having trouble speaking,
difficult to breath, pale, T: 980F; HR: 88x/mnt; RR: 10 x/mnt; and BP 160/86 mmHg. When the client is
stabilized and able to be discharged, the nurse wants to assure that the client can take steps to help
prevent future asthmatic attacks.

Group 3

A male client (76 yo) is undergo in medications of tuberculosis at home. He states that he has shortness
of breath, productive cough and fever. Vital sign: BP 158/94 mmHg, T 1020F, HR 86x/mnt;, RR, 16 x/mnt.
Recently, he difficult to remove the sputum from his throat. The nurse also found that the family are at
risk because the client has inappropriate behavior when spitting.