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ATI Comprehensive Predictor 2K20. All the information you need for the near exam quick read to guarantee a top score in 15 short pages.

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ATI Comprehensive Predictor 2K20 Xerostomia, what is it & how do you treat it = Labs to check for pernicious anemia = Contraindication for the use of combination oral contraceptives Sign of mild anxie... ty What is remote memory loss = Heart failure dietary teaching = Diverticulitis dietary teaching = Diverticulosis dietary teaching = IBS dietary teaching = Urine Culture on baby = Parents are nervous about how their 3-year-old will act when newborn arrives. What can they do = Methylprednisolone sodium succinate lab to watch for? At 14 weeks' gestation, what should the patient report to the MD = A patient is 14 weeks pregnant, where do you check to find the FHR = Change of shift report should include = Patient teaching for colostomy care = Scoliosis manifestation = Lab values that are elevated for Cushing's disease = Cushing disease Sx: Administering medications through an NG tube = * Tobramycin adverse reaction = Anorexia expected finding = Amniocentesis patient teaching = Expected finding during cardiac catheterization = Retinoblastoma = What action should you instruct the patient to do prior to postural drainage? IV phlebitis = IV is infiltrated = Female is to undergo an NST = When a patient is receiving mannitol, what should the nurse monitor for = Co-worker is impaired, what do you do = Fine hair is a result of this disease = How do you draw blood out of a PICC line = Crohn’s disease = latex allergy if they have a sensitivity to what food = Buddhist patient = Food Label = Child with positional plagiocephaly = Pregnant women should eat more of what to prevent neural defects = A caregiver states they are becoming tired when caring for their parent with Alzheimer's disease, what can the nurse suggest = Cleft palate teaching for feeding = A wound that would heal by primary intention = Sign of glaucoma is loss of = Baby w/reflux = Radiation implant precautions = * Private room with radiation sign * Wear dosimeter film badge * Limit visitors to 30 min and to remain 6ft away from the patient * Keep lead container in room and tongs * No pregnant ladies or anyone under the age of 16 should come into contact with the patient Discharge teaching for a patient who is going home with HIV/AIDS = * Good hygiene & frequent hand washing * Avoid crowds * Avoid cleaning litter boxes * Avoid raw foods such as veggies or meats Adolescent nutrition = Priority nursing care for a patient who has been sexually assaulted = Identifying a need for hearing evaluation = Compartment syndrome = NG placement in the Jejunum = How should you confirm the placement of an NG tube = Methylphenidate patient teaching = Simvastatin reaction that you report to the MD = Diabetic foot care patient teaching = Where should you insert a peripheral catheter = Who receives Rhogam = Losartan adverse effect = Patient teaching for dabigatran = Pacemaker teaching = EKG that has no P wave, has a wavy baseline and increased HR = Newborn genetic screening = Acupuncture contradiction: What medication is given for an ectopic pregnancy = Washing hands for a patient who is immunosuppressed = Betamethasone Betamethasone = NG Tube feeding = A client who has a history of domestic abuse = Cleansing a radiation area = Furosemide & gentamicin drug interaction causes = What can you expect after ECT treatments = When a group strep B culture is obtained during the 35-36 week of gestation and is positive, what do you do List some ways to prevent or treat supine hypotension syndrome = Long term use of Protein Pump Inhibitors causes Magnesium Sulfate = Is Administering Magnesium Sulfate = S/S of Magnesium Sulfate Toxicity: C - Cardiac dysrhythmias O Prednisone adverse reaction = SIDS Prevention = Sumatriptan is used for = Pregnant adolescent with no financial help = Absence Seizure = space Valporic Acid levels to watch for = Kidney donor contraindication = Situational Crisis example = Coarctation of the aorta symptoms = Cocaine patient Signs/Sx = ↑ Patient teaching for parents taking child home after circumcision = Screening test done at 16 weeks' gestation = 3-year-old child can do what? = Stimulant withdrawal symptom = Patient teaching for patient with peripheral artery disease = Patient experiencing mania = Patient has diarrhea with enteral feeding, what should you do = When a patient is taking phenelzine what foods should be removed from their meal tray = beverages, Lab test for pernicious anemia = Sign of hypervolemia = To ↓cardiac demand in an infant = Tidaling in water chamber of a chest tube is = Narcissistic personality disorder expected behavior = Clozapine lab contraindication = Anterior fontanelle closes = Confused patient = r Posterior fontanelle closes = Acupuncture contraindication = Chronic kidney disease hemodialysis patient teaching = Metoprolol report to MD = Pregnant lady exercising teaching = Patient experiencing mania what should you encourage = Gentamicin adverse effect = Sertraline adverse effect = Biofeedback is.... = Antisocial personality disorder can be characterized by = Methadone withdrawal in newborn symptoms = Patient in ventricular tachycardia is found to be pulseless, what do you do = Small pox expected finding = Preventing uric acid stones = Client in need of PT = Organizing workload (time management question) = Sign/Symptom of preeclampsia = Advanced directives = Sickle cell priority (during crisis) = Pregnant woman has hepatitis C, can she breastfeed = Albumin is an indicator of = Needles disposal at home = Dehydration improving in baby sign = Methotrexate adverse effect = NG tube nutrition = ↑ 24-month old should be able to = Pregnant woman should get what vaccine = To ↑ iron absorption, take with = When scheduling when to take trough levels = Burn patient fluid/electrolyte imbalance = EEG patient teaching = Parkinson Med - levodopa report = Prostate cancer radiation therapy = Hepatitis A cleaning solution = Acarbuse is taken = with Pregnant woman having late decelerations, what do you do = STD that must reported to the CDC = Side effect of ACE Inhibitors = Justice = nurse Hypnosis intent = to alter the African American = ↑ Patient scheduled for an IV Pyelogram = High pressure alarm sounds on the vent, what do you assume is the cause = Low pressure alarm sound on the vent, what do you assume is the cause = Patient arrives to ED after MVC, they are hypotensive & unresponsive. What solution will prescribed to increase intravascular volume & replace blood loss & increase BP?: = 5% dextrose in LR Patient's family asks you to pray with them, what is your response = IUD puts women at risk for = IV is infiltrated = IV phlebitis has occurred = Patient asks the nurse to see his medical records = Adverse reaction of giving a patient a cooling blanket = SHIVERING Increase in PAWP means = left- Valproic acid adverse effects = LIVER failure, jaundice Frequent variable decelerations in FHR, what do you do = turn patient on left side Patient is in v. tach and pulseless, what do you do = defibrillate Threatening to insert an NG tube for a patient who refuses to eat is a sign of = assault Thrombocytopenia, you should avoid = blowing nose (wipe nose, not blow) Prior to liver biopsy, patient should have labs for = prothrombin time (PTT) Test for PKU = Guthrie test When should you take pancreatic enzymes = with each meal Contraindication of MMR = blood transfusion Gastric surgery, patient should eat = 3 meals/day What is true of lice = it can live for 48 hours on surfaces What do you hear when you palpate the abdomen = resonance Dying patient wants to be alone, what type of grieving = Accessing a PICC line you need what type of needle = Care plan for a patient who has an indwelling urinary catheter = perineal care after defecation Hyperparathyroidism precaution = fall precaution (due to muscle weakness) Patient is experiencing diarrhea while receiving intermittent feeding, what nursing intervention should be done = administer at a slower rate PICC line understanding of teaching for a newly licensed nurse = Epinephrine possible side effects = Amitriptyline adverse reaction to monitor for = Group therapy for families adapting to loss of family members is do = First step to perform when a patient says they want to have a family home visit Referral that should be made for a patient who has a non-healing ulcer = Home safety for an older adult = Patient has a potassium level of 5.2, what med should be held = sparing) Patient states they wish they were dead, nurse should respond by saying = Acute MI w/alteplase contraindication = Safety measures for a patient with Parkinson’s disease = Home tracheostomy care, correct statement by family is = Complication of immobility = Phenelzine = Cefazolin = Home teaching for a client on Oxygen = Stomatitis = LPN delegation = When using an interpreter = Mitral Valve = Patient to assess 1st = Client at risk for development of strep = Client most at risk for aspiration = Patient understands teaching of sertraline when they state = Symptom to report = u CPT (chest physiotherapy) on a child = Client who is schizophrenic and hearing voices = 70% NPH & 30% Regular(Humalog) Insulin = List the presumptive signs of pregnancy? What are the appropriate episode findings for a client with bipolar experiencing mania? What are the appropriate episode findings for a client with bipolar experiencing depression? Describe displacement in mental health. = Describe regression in mental health. = Describe intellectualization in mental health = Describe suppression in mental health. = An Gestalt therapy = Aversion therapy = Cognitive therapy = Supportive therapy = Reconstructive = Desensitization therapy = Behavior therapy = Transactional analysis = What is the key finding for Pertussis? = What is the function of the pituitary gland? = What is the function of the Adrenal gland? =. What is the function of the thyroid gland = What is the function of the parathyroid gland? = What is the function of the pancreas? = What is the function of the ovaries? = What is the function of the testes? = What types of airborne diseases require a negative pressure room and N-95 fitted masks? = What types of diseases require droplet precautions? = Where do you place droplet precautions clients? = What types of diseases are placed in contact precautions? Pregnant women with herpes = Cardioversion should be initially set to? = What is cardiac output? = A presumptive sign of pregnancy = Therapeutic effects of mannitol = CVA 10 days ago appropriate action by nurse = Pneumonectomy weaned from mechanical ventilation and transferred from ICU to MedSurg what should be in transfer report = Closed head injury placed on Seizure precautions what should be in room = Post vaginal delivery have you Lucia and boggy fundus administer what = Which client should nurse assessed first after receiving report = Client with PCA postoperative pain control requires blood pressure check in 10 minutes which staff should charge nurse assigned to collect information = Charge nurse observes staff nurse document dressing change that wasn't performed what should the nurse do = Counseling a client who is experiencing an emotional crisis = Client wants to review the information and her chart = Teaching about self-administration of insulin what is correct = Assessing a newborn, findings indicating a need for immediate intervention = Crutches while climbing stairs = ABG results of client who has COPD = Mother who has objected routine administration of erythromycin ointment to the newborn eyes Home teaching to a client who has mild preeclampsia = Client who has active tuberculosis what precautions should be taken = Antisocial personality disorder = Removal of NG Tube = Assessing a client receiving blood transfusion, signs of hemolytic transfusion reaction = Sterile field aseptic technique = Sterile gloves required for = Estradiol side effect = Plan for dealing with mass casualty incident, tasks assigned to nursing staff = Assessment on 12-year-old child with bacterial meningitis sign of increased ICP = Child who has autism = Thoracentesis for a client who has pleurisy = Client who is receiving continuous passive motion = Clients urine output is 15 mils per hour additional assessment data indicative of fluid volume deficit = New nurse reports concerns about ability to complete assignments, time management strategies = Codeine to preschool child who weighs 33 pounds = Postpartum client who has decided to bottle-feed her new baby = Mental health facility, client becoming increasingly loud and belligerent = Hand roll in each hand = School-age child with Scald Burns to both hands and wrists = Evaluating a client who is taking chlorpromazine = Chlorpromazine = Nurse is assessing at an older client who has delirium what is expected = Client who has impaired vision is discharged home, safety measures to prevent injury = Home one care to the family of a child who has a large wound = School-aged child who is taking valproic acid = Child with fever and fluid filled vesicles on the trunk and extremities = Caring for a client following an EGD = Digoxin about manifestations of toxicity = Digoxin adverse effects: Digoxin teaching = Client who is receiving oxytocin for labor induction and notes frequent variable decelerations = Planning care for a toddler who has failure to thrive = Radiation therapy, large area of dry shiny red skin over the clients neck and clavicular area = Toddler following tonsillectomy = Client who is taking valproic acid for seizure control, side effects = Discharge instructions to a client who has a new prescription for warfarin = Client who has undergone an open procedure for a ruptured appendix 48 hours ago, assessment findings should be immediately reported to provide = First trimester of pregnancy, using an adjustable band with a Bead that applies pressure to the P6 Meridian on her wrists = During the first trimester of pregnancy, the FHR can be heard = Diet for iron deficiency anemia and elevated cholesterol = Client who has a hip fracture and isn't bucks traction, AP should not = Nurse should assess the infants pulse at which of the following sites = Administering a blood transfusion to a client, ensure proper client identification = Discharge instructions to a client who has a new prescription for amitriptyline to treat depression = 18 hours postoperative following a C-section and is breast-feeding = Delegated movement of client up in bed, when RN should intervene = Discharge teaching to a postpartum client, promote circulation to the perineal area = Infection control nurse determining whether infection rates have decreased following a policy revision = Therapeutic effects of mannitol = CVA 10 days ago appropriate action by nurse = Severe hypo tonic dehydration laboratory results indicating response to treatment = Patent ductus arteriosus (PDA) is = Magnesium toxicity = ( Preeclampsia Sx: Paracentesis (end stage of liver disease Tx), how to evaluate effectiveness = Acute glomerulonephritis symptoms = Dash diet = ↑ Delegate to an AP = Difficult voiding = Early decelerations = Tertiary Prevention for Clients Who Have HIV- [Show More]

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