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Rehabilitation Nursing for Spinal Cord Injury
Ethical Principles in Rehabilitation Nursing
Kristen L. Mauk
Rehabilitation Nursing for Patients with Communication Disorders
Management of Sleep and Rest in Rehabilitation Nursing
Overview of Pediatric Rehabilitation Nursing
John Lewis is a 29-year-old male, newly admitted to the rehabilitation unit for a T-1 complete spinal cord injury. Before his injury, he practiced as a lawyer. Injured during a skiing accident, he is now depressed and anxious. He is not married, and his parents are deceased. He has one sibling who lives in another state. Mr. Lewis complains to the nurse that he has a severe headache.
Which of the following should the nurse do first in response to Mr. Lewis’s complaint of headache?