The nursing care plan of a client with spinal cord injury should include what? Select all that apply.


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- Maintain stable vital signs.

- Provide skeletal traction.

- Avoid steroid therapy.

- Prepare client for surgical stabilization of spine.

- Administer antispasmodics.


In caring for a client with spinal cord injury, the nurse should maintain stable vital signs, provide skeletal traction, give steroid therapy, prepare the client for surgical stabilization, and administer antispasmodics.

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