The nurse is teaching a client to administer subcutaneous heparin injection. Which action by the client indicates appropriate administration? The client
a) rotates subcutaneous injection sites in the upper arm and abdomen
b) rubs the injection site with alcohol before and after administering the heparin
c) inserts the needle into the subcutaneous tissue at ac15 degree angle
d) draws up the heparin then discards the needle and replace with a 5/8 needle.
2)which individual has the fewest number of risk factors for developing complications from hypertension?
a) 45 year old man who has diabetes and elevated cholesterol
b) 70 year old man with a family history of cardiovascular disease
c) 58 year old woman who is obese and smoke cigarettes
d) 60 year old woman who drinks one once of alcohol per day