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A client has been taking aspirin since his heart attack in 1997. The client is at risk for:

A) infection.
B) thrombophlebitis.
C) hemorrhage.
D) blood clots.

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Ans: C
 Current medication use, especially use of medications that can affect coagulation status (warfarin, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, aspirin) is important and should be reported to the surgeon.

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