The LPN is checking for residual before administering enteral feeding through a PEG tube. Which of these steps is incorrect?
The LPN elevates the head of the bed at least 30 degrees.
If the residual is greater than 200mL, the LPN should not administer the enteral feeding.
The residual should be discarded prior to administering the tube feeding.
The residual pH level is tested to ensure appropriate placement.
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