(Solution guide) ATI Fundamentals A, B, & Final, ATI Fundamentals Review 2022-2023

ATI Fundamentals Practice A, B, & Final, ATI Fundamentals Review 2019

ATI Fundamentals Practice A, B, & Final,

ATI Fundamentals Review 2019

A nurse is reviewing a client's medication prescription, which reads, "digoxin 0.25

by mouth every day." Which of the following components of the prescription

should the nurse question?

(ANS - The dose

A client who reports shortness of breath requests her nurse's help in changing

positions. After repositioning the client, which of the following actions should the

nurse take next?

(ANS - Observe the rate, depth, and character of the client's respirations.

A nurse is caring for a client who, while sitting in a chair, starts to experience a

seizure. Which of the following actions should the nurse take?

 (ANS - Lower the client to the floor and place a pad under the client's head.

A home health nurse is planning to provide health promotion activities for a group

of clients in the community. Which of the following activities is an example of the

nurse promoting primary prevention?

(ANS - Educating clients about the recommended immunization schedule for


A nurse is using the I-SBAR communication tool to provide the client's provider

with information about the client. The nurse should convey the client's pain status

in which portion of the report?

(ANS - Assessment

A nurse is caring for a client who is receiving IV therapy via a peripheral catheter.

The nurse should identify that which of the following findings is an indication of


 (ANS - Edema at the infusion site

A nurse is providing discharge teaching to a client who is recovering from lung

cancer. The provider instructed the client that he could resume lower-intensity

activities of daily living. Which of the following activities should the nurse

recommend to the client?

 (ANS - Washing dishes

A nurse is caring for a client who has acute renal failure. Which of the following

assessments provides the most accurate measure of the client's fluid status?

 (ANS - Daily weight

A nurse is planning to assess the abdomen of a client who reports feeling bloated

for several weeks. Which of the following methods of assessment should the nurse

use first?

(ANS - Inspection

A nurse is explaining the use of written consent forms to a newly-licensed nurse.

The nurse should ensure that a written consent form has been signed by which of

the following clients?

 (ANS - A client who has a prescription for a transfusion of packed red blood cells

A nurse in a long-term care facility is admitting a client who is incontinent and

smells strongly of urine. His partner, who has been caring for him at home, is

embarrassed and apologizes for the smell. Which of the following responses

should the nurse make?

 (ANS - "It must be difficult to care for someone who is confined to bed."

A nurse in a provider's office is assessing a client who has heart failure. The client

has gained weight since her last visit and her ankles are edematous. Which of the

following findings by the nurse is another clinical manifestation of fluid volume


 (ANS - Bounding pulse

A nurse is caring for a client who is postoperative following abdominal surgery.

Which of the following actions should the nurse take first after discovering that the

client's wound has eviscerated?

(ANS - Cover the incision with a moist sterile dressing.

A nurse is teaching a client who has lower extremity weakness how to use a fourpoint crutch gait. Which of the following instructions should the nurse include in

the teaching?

(ANS - "Bear weight on both of your legs."

A nurse in a provider's office is collecting information from an older adult client

who reports that he has been taking acetaminophen 500 mg/day for severe joint

pain. The nurse should instruct the client that large doses of acetaminophen could

cause which of the following adverse effects?

 (ANS - Liver Damage

A nurse is planning to document care provided for a client. Which of the following

abbreviations should the nurse use?

(ANS - PC for after meals

A nurse is responding to a parent's question about his infant's expected physical

development during the first year of life. Which of the following information

should the nurse include?

(ANS - A 10-month-old infant can pull up to a standing position.

An assistive personnel (AP) is assisting a nurse with the care of a female client

who has an indwelling urinary catheter. Which of the following actions by the AP

indicates a need for further teaching?

(ANS - The AP hangs the collection bag at the level of the bladder.

A newly licensed nurse is preparing to administer medications to a client. The

nurse notes that the provider has prescribed a medication that is unfamiliar to her.

Which of the following actions should the nurse take?

(ANS - Consult the medication reference book available on the unit.

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