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- Clamping the chest tube
- Straightening the tubing of the chest tube
- Assessing for tidaling
- Placing the drainage system below the level of the chest
Clamping the tube of a chest tube creates increased pressure and puts the patient at risk for tension pneumothorax. This is only done in very specific circumstances, and often by an advanced practice provider. All other interventions are appropriate.
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