The client has otitis media. Nursing interventions to reduce the risk of chronic otitis media include the following. Select all that apply.


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- Irrigate the ear daily.

- Administer prescribed antibiotics.

- Talk softly to the client.

- Use Q-tips to collect drainage.

- Position on the affected side to allow for drainage.


For otitis media, the nurse should administer prescribed antibiotics and position the client on the affected side to allow for drainage. The ear should not be irrigated and Q-tips should not be used. Talking softly to the client or covering the ears in cold weather will not help.

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