The nurse is caring for a client who states, “The doctor said I have leucopenia.What does that mean?” How should the nurse answer this client? 1)”That means your white blood cell

The nurse is caring for a client who states, “The doctor said I have leucopenia.What does that mean?” How should the nurse answer this client?
1)”That means your white blood cell count is higher than normal.”
2)”You have a lot of white blood cells that are very immature, so your risk for infection is high.”
3)”It means your body is creating new white blood cells to fight infection.”
4)”Your risk for infection is higher than normal, because your body doesn’t have many white blood cells.”


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