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ATI RN Concept Based Assessment Level 2, Exam Questions & Answers-A nurse is providing postoperative education for a client following a laparoscopic cholecystectomy for cholelithiasis. Which of the fo... llowing client statements indicates an understanding of the teaching? a- "The adhesive bandages on my incision will fall off as the incision heals." b- "I will be able to take a shower in 1 week." c- "I will need to follow a liquid diet for the first 3 days after surgery." d- "I can begin to resume my normal activity level in 2 weeks. - CORRECT: a- The nurse should instruct the client that the small adhesive bandages will lose their adhesiveness in 7 to 10 days. The client can then remove the bandages or allow the bandages to fall off over time as the incision heals. INCORRECT: b- The nurse should instruct the client that she can shower or bathe the day following the surgery. c- The nurse should instruct the client to resume a regular diet following surgery and slowly introduce foods containing fat to determine tolerance. d- The nurse should instruct the client to rest for the first 24 hours following surgery and then begin resuming normal activities. The client should be able to resume usual activities within 1 week. A nurse is assessing a client who has Graves' disease. Which of the following findings should the nurse expect? a- Somnolence b- Cold intolerance c- Exophthalmos d- Dry, scaly skin - CORRECT: c- The nurse should expect a client who has Graves' disease, an autoimmune form of hyperthyroidism, to experience exophthalmos, which is protrusion of the eyeballs. INCORRECT: a- The nurse should expect a client who has hyperthyroidism to experience insomnia. Somnolence is a common manifestation of HYPOthyroidism. b- The nurse should expect a client who has hyperthyroidsim to experience heat intolerance. cold intolerance is a common manifestation of HYPOthyroidism d- The nurse should expect a client who has hyperthyroidism to exhibit warm, moist, and smooth skin. Cool, dry scaly skin is a common manifestation of HYPOthyroidsim. A nurse is teaching a client who has scabies about a new prescription for lindane lotion. Which of the following client statements indicates an understanding of the treatment for this parasitic infection? a- "I will apply the lotion once a day for 1 week." b_ "I will rub the lotion thoroughly from my face to my toes." c- "I will wash the lotion off 12 hours after I apply it." d- " I should avoid bathing for 6 hours prior to applying the lotion." - CORRECT: c- The nurse should instruct the client to apply the lotion and leave it in place fore 8 to 12 hours and then remove it by washing it off. INCORRECT: a- The nurse should instruct the client to apply the lotion, once. If live mites are still present, the nurse should instruct the client to reapply a second application one week following the first application. b- The nurse should instruct the client to apply approximately 60mL of the lotion in a thin film covering the body from the neck down. d- The nurse should instruct the client to bathe with soap and water, dry the skin well, and allow it to cool prior to applying the lotion. A nurse is teaching a client who has GERD about ways to prevent reflux. Which of the following information should the nurse include in the teaching? a- Drink tomato juice with the breakfast meal. b- Suck on peppermint when having indigestion. c- Elevate the head of the bed 10 cm (4 in) using wooden blocks d- Plan to finish eating at least 3 hours before bedtime. - CORRECT: d- The nurse should encourage the client not to eat anything at least 3 hours before bedtime to prevent reflux. INCORRECT: a- The nurse should tell the client not to drink tomato juice or any acidic beverages because acidic beverages can increase reflux. b- The nurse should encourage the client not to suck on peppermint because it increases reflux. c- The nurse should instruct the client to elevate the head of the bed 15.2 to 30.5 cm (6 to 12 in) by placing a foam wedge under the head of the bed to decrease reflux. A nurse is teaching a client who has a deep-vein thrombosis about a new prescription for warfarin. Which of the following client statements indicates an understanding of the teaching? a- "I will stop taking the medication immediately if I experience nausea." b- "I should contact my provider if I notice a pink-tinged color to my urine." c- "I will increase my dietary intake of spinach." d- "I will not be able to use an electric razor while I am taking this medication." - CORRECT: b- The nurse should instruct the client to monitor for blood in the urine. The client should report a pink-tinged urine color to the provider. [Show More]

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