The client is suffering from a migraine headache. What is an appropriate nursing intervention?

 

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- Provide a dark, quiet room.

- Give antibiotics.

- Give narcotic analgesics.

- Encourage ambulation.

Rationale

When a client has a migraine headache, the nurse should provide a dark, quiet room. There are many medications that can be given to abort the headache but narcotics are used as a last resort. Antibiotics are not indicated.

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