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ATI Concept Based Assessment, Assessment Level 1 Online Practice A, ATI Concept Based Assessment 238 Terms in this set clinical manifestations of heart failure clinical manifestations of hea... rt failure 6 month infant has bacterial pneumonia. clinical manifestations of b. pneumonia acute asthma exacerbation what actions should the nurse take first diabetes foot care decreased urinary output. what findings should be identified as a risk factor for the development of pyelonephritis? acute cholecystitis (select all) client has appendicitis. what actions should the nurse take caring for a client following collection of admission data. what should the nurse identify as a priority? client has respiratory acidosis due to opioid oversedation which client is at risk for developing respiratory acidosis? teaching about newborns and crib use findings that indicate a therapeutic response to anti hyperlipidemia medication teaching to parents about epinephrine auto-injector client is experiencing a panic attack mix NPH insulin and insulin steps gastroenteritis with dehydration. which med should the nurse administer? adverse effect of acetaminophen potassium level of 6 mEq/L would cause ECG to look like what? 6 month old infant with mild dehydration acute pyelonephritis findings a client has COPD and a resp. rate of 22 and reports SOB. what would the nurse do a client has metabolic acidosis due to salicylate overdose. what findings should the nurse expect? hypermagnesemia clinical manifestation client has external fixator to the right lower arm, what would indicate that the client has compartment syndrome? a client has AIDS, what lab data would determine if the client is at risk for malnutrition client is 1 hour post op from open carpal tunnel release to treat injury discharge teaching for the parent of a newborn a client is at 13 weeks gestation with hyperemesis gravidarum client has calcium oxalate renal calculi. what would u teach them a school age child has asthma and SOB. what findings would be priority? an adolescent client has a skin infection caused by MRSA an adolescent has infectious mononucleosis. what would be a manifestation of this a client is experiencing an asthma attack. what would the nurse use to assess the client's respiratory status a nurse is teaching a client about foot care with peripheral neuropathy clinical manifestations of heat stroke a client has a sodium level of 124 mEq/L, what manifestations should the nurse expect? a client's parent recently died. what would place the client at risk for maladaptive grieving? the parent has a child with pediculosis capitis. what would the nurse tell the parent? a parent has a child with scabies. what would the parent say to indicate understanding of teaching? a client has peripheral arterial disease. what would be a finding of this? a nurse is providing teaching to a client with MRSA. what would be an understanding of this disease for the client to say? what would be a manifestation that the nurse should expect for an infant who might have otitis media? a client has hyperthyroidism and has been taking methimazole for 6 months. what indicates a therapeutic response? metabolic alkalosis would give u what lab value? a client is going in for a laproscopic appendectomy. which of the findings would the nurse report? a client has severe hypothermia. which actions should the nurse take a client has cellulitis in a lower extremity. what action should the nurse take? a client has frostbite to the fingers and toes, what would the nurse include in the teaching about frostbite? a young female client has GAD and is taking clonazepam. what would the nurse include in the teaching? what is a manifestation of respiratory acidosis? a client has a subdermal implant placed for contraception. what are the adverse effects of this? which of the following is a risk factor for peptic ulcers? a client has been practicing adaptive use of coping mechanisms. which one indicates the client's use of suppression? a client has osteoporosis. what should be included in the teaching? a client has hyperventilation. the client's ABG results are "7.5 pH, 29 mm Hg PaCO2, and 25 mEq/L HCO3-" what can be interpreted? a client has hyperglycemic- hyperosmolar state related to complications of diabetes a client has recently lost his partner to a terminal illness. the client asks how his 4 year old son should react to this death. which of the communicable diseases diseases require reporting? a client has osteoarthritis. what would the nurse include in teaching about exercise? which area should the nurse assess on a patient with cholelithiasis? Which would suggest that a client's nutritional status is improving? a client has AIDS and is experiencing anorexia. which would the provider prescribe to the client? a client has renal calculi. what would cause the nurse to notify the provider immediately? a client is taking atorvastatin. which would suggest the medication is having an adverse effect? a client's partner died 1 month ago. the client doesn't believe she can ever be happy again. what would the nurse say? age-related macular degeneration has a risk factor of what? a client is about to have an induction of labor due to fetal demise. what would the nurse do? a client has hypokalemia. what fruits should the nurse recommend? a client has renal calculi and is taking oxybutynin for pain. what would the nurse identify as an adverse effect of this medication? a client has gestational diabetes and ketoacidosis. what manifestation would be expected? a client is being taught about how to prevent hearing loss from trauma. what would be included in the teaching? a client has partial obstruciton of the large bowel. what would be a manifestation? what lab results would be identified as na adverse effect of sulfasalazine? what should the nurse instruct to avoid in a patient who has gerd? emergency department for someone who has been out of the country? (exhibit) which of the following medications should the nurse expect the provider to prescribe in C. difficile? A nurse in a providers office is reviewing the medical record of a client who has COPD. which of the following findings should the nurse report to the provider? nurse providing discharge teaching to a client with diverticulitis. what should she include? nurse teaching about ezetimibe with a client who has hyperlipidemia. What client statements is correct? a nurse is assessing a client who has musculoskeletal trauma following a motor vehicle crash two days ago. what finding should she report? discharge teaching for a client who has a new diagnosis of COPD. which of the following statements shows PT understanding? which of the following menu choices shows patient understanding of hyperlipidemia? a nurse is participating screenings for osetoporosis. which of the following is a risk factor for the disease? client who has an intense fear of heights which of the following actions should the nurse take for a client who has possible appendicitis? a nurse is assessing a preschool-age child who has chickenpox. how should the parent treat it a nurse is preparing to administer medication to a client who has a history of hypertension. what should the nurse administer for antihypertension therapy? exercise induced asthma and has new prescriptions for cromolyn. what should the nurse include in the teaching? a nurse is admitting an infant who has pertussis. what following action should the nurse take? warfarin to treat atrial fibrillation. what should nurse identify as adverse effect? a nurse is preparing an in- service for coworkers about failure to thrive in infants. What should she include? assessing a client for manifestations of GERD. which of the following findings is indicitive of GERD? providing teaching for a client who has cataract surgery. which of the following shows that the client understands the teaching a nurse is assessing a client who has DVT in the right lower leg. which of the following findings on the affected extremity should the nurse expect? a nurse in the emergency department is assessing a client who displays manifestations of a small bowel obstruction. which of the following findings should the nurse expect? a client has peptic ulcer disease and an upper gastrointestinal bleed. what manifestations should the nurse expect? a client receiving gentamicin for the treatment of an infection related to renal calculi which lab finding would the nurse report immediately? a client has pneumonia. what is priority for the nurse? a client has GAD and is experiencing a moderate level of anxiety. what manifestations should the nurse expect? a client has DVT and is receiving heparin via continuous IV. the client has a positive fecal occult blood test and abdominal tenderness upon palpation. what would the nurse expect the provider to prescribe? a client has COPD and is learning about preventing pneumonia. which statement shows an understanding? what are manifestations of right-sided heart failure? a client had a cardiac catheterization. what instructors would the nurse include in the teaching to the child's guardian? a client's medication list to manage osteoarthritis? a client recently lost her partner in a motor-vehicle crash. which reaction is a secondary stage of grieving? a client has GAD. which medications would the nurse administer? a client is at risk for developing glaucoma. which is a risk factor? a client has hypothyroidism. which is a manifestation? a client has peripheral neuropathy of the lower extremities. which statement indicates understanding of teaching? ileostomy priority meter-dose inhaler understanding female obese Starting epoetin foot care discharge planning for gestational diabetes manifestations fo hypoglycemia Rifampin amputation trauma Discharge teaching for hearing impairment left lower dvt atherosclerosis self-care Cholecystectomy receiving potassium by IV, level back to normal mild anxiety mild hypothermia risk factor for cholecystitis Preschooler with heart failure panic level anxiety COPD disease management toddler left lower leg fracture morphine PCA newborn hypothermia pertussis Heparin antidote acute bacterial wound infection left sided heart failure Use a cover sheet when sending a fax from the health care unit. Administer a beta-blocking medication to the client Pregabalin PO twice daily Scrambled eggs Take NSAIDs for body aches and pains Tell me what is causing your anger at this moment Recommend a single coding system for each department to use. Administer ondansetron to the client prior to chemotherapy administration Perform moderate exercise daily Add more whole grains to your diet Increase your fluid intake Request the AP use another computer to enter the data. Can you describe what the pain feels like? Remove the mask by securely holding the ties and moving it away from the face A nurse is assessing for acute pain in a client who is postoperative. The client has dementia and is nonverbal. Which of the following fundings should the nurse identify as a need for administration of a PRN pain medication? [Show More]

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