[Answer] A nurse is caring for an adult that has recently been diagnosed with hypokalemia. Which of the following clinical signs would most likely not be present? A: Leg cramps B: Respiratory distress C: Confusion D: Flaccid paralysis

Answer: (D) Flaccid paralysis is an indication of Hyperkalemia.
A nurse is caring for an adult that has recently been diagnosed with hypokalemia. Which of the following clinical s…

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