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A child with juvenile rheumatoid Arthritis (JRA) is being discharged. Which of the following instructions is most appropriate?
 
  a. Provide a soft mattress
  b. Encourage swimming and biking
  c. Restrict mobility
  d. Instruct the child to get up just before leaving for school
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The child with JRA should be encouraged to exercise and be active. A firm mattress provides better support. Mobility should not be restricted. The child should get up well before leaving for school to have an opportunity to relieve stiffness caused by sleeping.
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