A 15-year-old girl just gave birth to a baby boy who needs emergency surgery. The nurse prepared the consent form and it should be signed by: Discuss o A. The Physician o B. The Registered Nurse caring for the client o C. The 15-year-old mother of the baby boy o D. The mother of the girl  12. A nurse caring to a client with Alzheimer’s disease overheard a family member say to the client, “if you pee one more time, I won’t give you any more food and drinks”. What initial action is best for the nurse to take? Discuss o A. Take no action because it is the family member saying that to the client o B. Talk to the family member and explain that what she/he has said is not appropriate for the client o C. Give the family member the number for an Elder Abuse Hot line o D. Document what the family member has said This study source was downloaded by 100000808701186 from CourseHero.com on 05-05-2022 05:09:56 GMT -05:00 https://www.coursehero.com/file/58410344/Board-Exam-Nursing-Questions-and-Answers-Test-2pdf/  13. Which is true about informed consent? Discuss o A. A nurse may accept responsibility signing a consent form if the client is unable o B. Obtaining consent is not the responsibility of the physician o C. A physician will not subject himself to liability if he withholds any facts that are necessary to form the basis of an intelligent consent o D. If the nurse witnesses a consent for surgery, the nurse is, in effect, indicating that the signature is that of the purported person and that the person’s condition is as indicated at the time of signing

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