•A new admission should be assessed first because little is known about the patient and he or she may be unstable.
•A renal biopsy is a low-risk procedure. After two days without complications, the patient should be stable and not a priority.
•A patient receiving hemodialysis should be assessed before the treatment. In this case, the treatment is scheduled for later in the day. Therefore, assessing the patient is a low priority
•Urinary retention related to BPH is common among older men and does not require immediate attention from the nurse.