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down, upon a neurological exam, it is determined the patient cannotfeel temperature either. However, the patient can feel light touch, andmove their left toes. What type of spinal injury would the nurse expectthis patient to be diagnosed with?3 ptsQuestion 4The patient has an incomplete spinal cord injury at C7; what signsand symptoms helped the nurse determine that the patient's injurywas incomplete? (Select All That Apply)Patient has no movement or feeling in left and right leg.Patient has areflexia of both legs.Patient has feeling in left and right leg only.Patient has decreased muscle movement in calves of right and left leg
Patient can move left and right leg, but has no feeling.5 ptsCervical 2 (C2)Loss of innerva!on of dCervical 4 (C4)Complete paralysis beloCervical 7 (C7)Ability to transfer self toThoracic 6 (T6)Neurogenic Shock is moThoracic 2 (T2)Decreased trunk stabilitLumbar 2 (L2)May have to use leg braCervical 5 (C5)Can raise arms and benQuestion 5Match the following signs/symptoms to the level of complete spinalinjury:2 ptsQuestion 6A client is admitted with a C7 ASIA "D" incomplete spinal transection.What priority must the nurse plan for in the immediate post-injuryperiod?
Mechanical ventilatory support.
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