The nurse is giving the client with a left cast crutch walking instructions using the three point gait. The client is allowed touchdown of the affected leg. The nurse tells the client to advance the: A. Left leg and right crutch then right leg and left crutch B. Crutches and then both legs simultaneously C. Crutches and the right leg then advance the left leg D.
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