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ATI MATERNAL NEWBORN PROCTORED ACTUAL EXAM 2 LATEST VERSIONS 100+ QUESTIONS AND CORRECT ANSWERS A GRADE 2023

ATI MATERNAL NEWBORN PROCTORED ACTUAL EXAM 2 LATEST VERSIONS 100+ QUESTIONS AND CORRECT ANSWERS  A GRADE 2023

ATI MATERNAL NEWBORN PROCTORED ACTUAL EXAM 2 LATEST VERSIONS 100+ QUESTIONS AND CORRECT ANSWERS A GRADE 2023

Question 1.
A nurse on the postpartum unit is caring for a client following a cesarean birth. Which of the following assessments is the nurse’s priority?
Amount of lochia
- When using the airway, breathing, circulation approach to client care, the nurse should place the priority in the immediate postpartum period on assessing the amount of postpartum lochia. The greatest risk to the client is bleeding and postpartum hemorrhage.

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