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5 years after the initial vaccination. The pneumococcal vaccine should not be administered every 2 years. The pneumococcal vaccine should not be administered annually. The nurse is preparing to assess the four abdominal quadrants of a client who complains of stomach pain. When determining the order of the assessment, the nurse recognizes that it is important to assess the symptomatic quadrant when? 1 First 2 Second 3 Third Correct 4 Last The nurse should systematically assess the abdomen concluding with the symptomatic area. Pain may be elicited in the symptomatic area if assessed first, second, or third, causing the muscles in other abdominal areas to tighten. This would interfere with the assessment .
A nurse is caring for a client who has been admitted with right-sided heart failure. The nurse notes that the client has dependent edema around the area of the feet and ankles. To characterize the severity of the edema, the nurse presses the medial malleolus area, noting an 8 mm depression after release. How should the edema be documented?
of 4+ indicates an 8 mm depression. A grade of 1+ indicates a 2 mm depression. A grade of 2+ indicates a 4 mm depression. A grade of 3+ indicates a 6 mm depression. A nurse is assessing an 89-year-old client with a history of severe congenital spinal deformity. Which condition would most likely describe the nurse’s finding?
A client who has been admitted to the hospital with chest pain complains of shortness of breath, weakness, and vomiting. The nurse suspects cardiac arrest. Which site is the most appropriate place to check the client’s pulse rate?

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