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While caring for the client with spinal cord injury (SCI), the nurse elevates the head of the bed, removes TED stockings, and continues to assess vital signs every 2-3 minutes while searching for the cause in order to prevent loss of consciousness or death. By practicing these interventions, the nurse is avoiding the most dangerous complication of autonomic dysreflexia, which is:     

A) Bradycardia.      B) Hypoxia.
C) Elevated blood pressure.      D) Tachycardia.
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