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The nurse walks into the room, and the patient states that he is having trouble breathing. Which position should you place the patient in?
You should place the patient in high Fowler's position to optimize the chest expansion for the patient's breathing.
A physician is examining a patient's eyes, and he notices that the patient's pupils are not constricting when a light is shone into the eye. Which cranial nerve may have been affected (name the number and name)?
The cranial nerve III (oculomotor nerve) may have been affected because it innervates the eye to create most of the movements of the eye including enabling pupillary constriction.
6(-5x+2)-(4-2x )= -7(-6x+4)+1
-30x+12-4+2x = 42x-28+1 35=70x x=0.5
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