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Correct response:Assess the client's cranial nerve function.Explanation:Fasciculations suggest cranial nerve damage, so the nurse would need toassess the client's cranial nerves. The finding is not suggestive of anutritional deficiency, which would normally necessitate a diet recall.Fasciculations are not associated with medications or thyroid dysfunction.
The nurse is assessing the sinuses of a client who exhibits many of the clinical characteristics ofsinusitis. When percussing the client's sinuses, what assessment finding wouldmoststronglysuggest sinusitis?
Which glands are responsible for mouth drainage? Select all that apply.
A nurse prepares an educational session on the importance of oral hygiene. Which teaching tipshould be included in the section about preventing gingivitis?
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