The charge nurse in the medical unit is preparing a bed assignment for a stable client diagnosed with necrotizing fasciitis. The client has a history of diabetes and hepatitis. There are four beds available. The nurse knows that the best roommate for this client is which of the following?

a client with gout in the large toe a client with fever, vomiting, and diarrhea a client with MRSA a client with severe dementia with a tendency to wander

A 9-month-old child is registered to attend a local childcare clinic. Upon initial intake, the nurse discovers the child has received the first and second dose of the hepatitis B vaccine. What is the best course of action for the nurse to recommend to the parents?

no action; a third dose of the vaccine is not recommended immediately inoculate the child given the high risk of not having a third vaccine wait until the child...