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A client has just been prescribed an antidepressant medication. The client asks, "How long before this gets into my blood so I feel better?" How should the nurse respond?
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▸ "The medication will be at the desired level in your blood in 3 to 4 days."

▸ "We are not certain how quickly the medication gets into your blood."

▸ "Let me worry about that. You just take your medicine as prescribed."

▸ "The medication gets into the blood fairly quickly, but it may take weeks for you to feel the full effects."

▸ "It is not just the medication getting into your blood that makes you feel better."
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Genetics and Genomics for Nursing


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▸"The medication will be at the desired level in your blood in 3 to 4 days."
▸"The medication gets into the blood fairly quickly, but it may take weeks for you to feel the full effects."
▸"It is not just the medication getting into your blood that makes you feel better."

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