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The nurse must assess the temperature and blood pressure of a client on contact precautions every shift. Which is the appropriate nursing action to minimize the spread of microorganisms?

1. Keep the equipment in the client’s room.
2. Store the equipment in the soiled utility room between uses.
3. Cleanse the equipment after each use.
4. No special action is required with the equipment.

Explanation

Equipment for client care is dedicated to the client on contact precautions and kept in the client’s room. The key word appropriate suggests there is only one correct answer. Look for the nursing action that would limit the spread of pathogenic microorganisms.

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Andrew
Member since: April 2011
(Boynton Beach,FL) Original question source

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