Which of the following nursing actions would be inappropriate when caring for a child with HIV?


•HIV children are immunocompromised. Giving of fresh fruits and vegetables will predisposed them to microrganisms and pesticides.

•AIDS is caused by infection with HIV, a retrovirus that produces lymphocytopenia.

•Families need to be educated about transmission modes to prevent spread of infection.

•Good hand washing decreases the chance of transmitting an infection to the child. Reverse isolation is used to prevent infections.

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