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A nurse is assessing a clients cardiovascular system

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17.A nurse is assessing a client's cardiovascular system. To palpate for unexpected pulsations in the pulmonic area,at which anatomical location should the nurse place her fingers?
18.While auscultating a client's heart sounds, the nurse hears turbulence between the S1 and S2 heart sounds. Thenurse should document this finding as which of the following?
Created on:03/29/2021Page 8
Detailed Answer KeyFinal Health AssessmentB. A third heart sound (S3)Rationale:S3 is an extra heart sound that is low pitched and occurs in early diastole.C. An expected heart soundRationale:Turbulence between heart sounds is not an expected finding and requires further assessment.D. A fourth heart sound (S4)Rationale:S4 is an extra heart sound that is low-pitched and occurs in late diastole.19.A nurse is completing a client's history and physical examination. Which of the following information should thenurse consider subjective data?

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Nursing, AP, Heart sounds, clinical nurse specialist, intercostal space

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