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NCLEX Question for March 8th

A client is treated in the emergency department for an anaphylactic reaction and receives two doses of epinephrine. The client's medical health history indicates that the client takes human regular insulin for a diagnosis of diabetes mellitus. Which action is most appropriate if the client begins to exhibit restlessness, irritability, diaphoresis, and tremors?

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