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A nurse is preparing a client for discharge from the

A nurse is preparing a client for discharge from the emergency department. Which client statement provides evidence that the client understands the instructions for the prescribed high-dose ampicillin?

A nurse is preparing a client for discharge from the emergency department. Which client statement provides evidence that the client understands the instructions for the prescribed high-dose ampicillin?



"I should take this medication with meals."

"I can stop taking this medication when I feel better."

"I will miss eating my yogurt while taking this medication."

"I must increase my intake of fluids while taking this medication."
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