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A postoperative patient obtained more than 13 points in a Glasgow-Coma scale test. After the test, he was tired and partially lethargic. Which of the following elements of communication could be the most effective to convey him a message?

This question is part of NUR 101: Test 4 - Chapter 3 - Communication
Asked by Arnoldjr, Last updated: May 26, 2020

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Answered Sep 18, 2018

Voice

Page 37. Voice. A person who is lethargic will not exert an effort to look are see, but he can hear. Eye contact and gesture cannot apply. Silence, although a communication technique will not apply to a person who is partially somnolent
 

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