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A client scheduled for surgery asks, "Is it okay that the surgeon is going to remove my tonsils and adenoids?" What is the nurse's best response?

▸ "Sometimes removing tissue is a healthier option than leaving it in place."

▸ "Those tissues don't do anything but cause sore throats, so it is good to be rid of them."

▸ "We aren't certain why we have them to start with."

▸ "This is a common procedure, and you will have to be on prophylactic medications during cold and influenza season for the first year after having these tissues removed."
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