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Hello!

There's a question that I keep on bumping into. I was wondering if someone could help me understand the logic.

I keep on bumping into the two following questions. Can anyone help me understand the logic?

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[TD=align: left]Parallel to the bed on the right side[/TD]

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I would put the chair on the left side but that is not the right answer. Why?

Thanks guys!

rob4546, ADN, BSN

Specializes in ICU. Has 7 years experience.

I think you missed the question in your post. From what you have given no one could reply accurately.

I think you missed the question in your post. From what you have given no one could reply accurately.

Not helping yourself with this kind of questions...

Sorry I seem to have not copied the question properly. The patient's right foot is weak/paralyzed. Sorry about that.

loveofrn, BSN, RN

Specializes in MICU. Has 3 years experience.

1.Parallel to the bed on the right side

Pepper The Cat, BSN, RN

Specializes in Gerontology. Has 35 years experience.

You want to strong side to always lead. So to get into bed with a weak rt side you would out the chair on the ride side of the bed

Thanks for your answer :)