Teh napeitt edesn ielmcad teonnttia etamymldeii, hwhci elanistime goiaintnb a ctruo orde,r or sntrfiagrrne r.eh A enurs esod otn vhea teh emas ragiintn dan sniiftqluoacia sa a aiysch,inp os it uwdlo eb irinopapaerpt to aks temh ot naemexi hte te.ptain gskAin eth ohplista nhiplcaa anagi ulocd be oaprina,reppti nda dlwuo taek omer time. e,rrTheoef eht ebst opinto oagnm ohtse nvegi is ot aks eht naetpit if esh lwli wllao ihwt her huadnbs s.tenepr
C and D are never really the right answers on ethics questions. B is out because nurses are not specifically trained to do this), you're left with A and E. Because her blood pressure is 90/60, pulse is 120, she's bleeding out and this is an emergency. The other facility is 2 hours away. Asking the patient if she'd allow the exam wouldn't hurt, wouldn't it? It doesn't say "forcefully examine her", it says ask. If she says no, then you'd have no other choice but to let her bleed out on the 2 hour drive to her family obstetrician.
This question isn't great especially if you're a muslim trying to answer this lol because the presence of your husband has nothing to do with whether or not you show any part of your body that's usually covered. It also reinforces stereotypes that males dictate who we can show our bodies to. With that being said, i guess it wouldn't hurt to ask in case she feels uncomfortable...but if anything, i'd imagine the presence of another woman would be more comforting... question sucks
In India, our nurses are smart enough to perform PV and even to deliver the neonate!!!
I am crying due to my 60usd loss!!!!
What the fuck kind of question is this? My gut was telling me to ask to examine her with husband present, but logic was telling me that this option was ruled out already by the patient herself in the stem.
She clearly EXPLAINED that she is very religious and does not want a man examining her, despite her explaining that she is bleeding "copiously". There is no option to explain the situation to her that there is only a male doctor present and leave her to decide. So what kind of annoying prick of a doctor would immediately be like "ok so I get that you have just explained to me that you do not want to be examined by a man because you are very religious, I respect that, but can your husband watch as I examine you?" what the fuck does that change? SHE DOES NOT WANT TO BE EXAMINED BY A MAN.
I was just thinking that a nurse is the next best thing you know? a nurse is better than not being examined at all because I assumed she ruled out a man examining her at all.