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NCLEX Exam Practice Question of the Week

The nurse is assisting with monitoring a client who has undergone shoulder arthroplasty for brachial plexus compromise. Which data collection technique should the nurse implement to check the status of the musculocutaneous nerve?
  • 1 Ask the client to spread all the fingers wide and to resist pressure.
  • 2 Ask the client to raise the forearm, and then check for the flexion of the biceps.
  • 3 Ask the client to move the thumb toward the palm and then back to the neutral position.
  • 4 Ask the client to grasp the nurse’s hand, and then note the strength of the client’s first and second fingers.

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