this is a question that i am trying to figure out. A client complains of intermittent claudication, pain when the legs are elevated, and cold, numb feet. the nurse notes several dry ulcerations of the feet. does the client suffer from venous or arterial insufficiency? what additional assessment data must the nurse collect?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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