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11. Answer D is correct. D indicates a lack of understanding of the correct method of administering heparin. A, B, and D indicate understanding and are, therefore, incorrect answers.

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The second sentence is an incorrect statement. It should be as follows: A, B, and C indicate understanding and are, therefore, incorrect answers.