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The nurse is caring for a client who becomes occasionally confused. When the client has a period of confusion, he attempts to pull out his Foley catheter. When the client is oriented, he likes to do crossword puzzles. After receiving an order for restraints, which would be the best place(s) to place the restraint in this client?

▸ Around the client's elbows

▸ Around the client's wrists

▸ Around the client's fingers (using a mitt restraint)

▸ Around the client's torso (using a vest-type restraint)
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Around the client's elbows

Wrist restraints may be placed on the wrist or elbow. If placed on the elbow, it will prevent the client from grabbing the catheter during confusion but allow the client to do his crossword puzzle.

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