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The nurse is admitting a client at full term to the labor and delivery unit. Using Leopold's maneuvers, the nurse determines that the fetus is in the left sacroanterior position (LSA) position and will obtain the fetal heart rate (FHR) at which site on the client's abdomen?

▸ Midline, directly above the symphysis pubis

▸ To the right of the client's umbilicus

▸ To the left of the client's umbilicus

▸ To the left, below the umbilicus
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To the right of the client's umbilicus

The fetus is in the LSA, which means it is in the breech position and the back of the fetus is to the right so the FHR will best be heard on the client's right side around the level of the umbilicus.

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