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NGN ATI Comprehensive Predictor 2019 A EXAM LATEST 2023-2024 ACTUAL EXAM QUESTIONS AND CORRECT ANSWERS (VERIFIED ANSWERS) |ALREADY GRADED A+/// ATI comprehensive practice B, ATI Comprehensive Final Quiz, RN Comprehensive Predictor 2019 A, RN Comprehensive Predictor 2019 Form B and C

NGN ATI Comprehensive Predictor 2019  A EXAM LATEST 2023-2024 ACTUAL EXAM  QUESTIONS AND CORRECT ANSWERS  (VERIFIED ANSWERS) |ALREADY GRADED  A+/// ATI comprehensive practice B, ATI  Comprehensive Final Quiz, RN  Comprehensive Predictor 2019 A, RN  Comprehensive Predictor 2019 Form B  and C

NGN ATI Comprehensive Predictor 2019
A EXAM LATEST 2023-2024 ACTUAL EXAM
QUESTIONS AND CORRECT ANSWERS
(VERIFIED ANSWERS) |ALREADY GRADED
A+/// ATI comprehensive practice B, ATI
Comprehensive Final Quiz, RN
Comprehensive Predictor 2019 A, RN
Comprehensive Predictor 2019 Form B
and C
A nurse is caring for a client who states, "My boss accused me of
stealing yesterday. I was so angry I went to the gym and worked
out." The nurse should recognize the client is demonstrating
which of the following defense mechanisms? - CORRECT
ANSWER Sublimation
Rationale: The client is exhibiting behaviors consistent with
sublimation, which is displayed when a client substitutes socially
unacceptable behavior for acceptable behavior.
A nurse is caring for a client who has generalized anxiety disorder
and is to begin taking alprazolam. Which of the following actions
should the nurse take? - CORRECT ANSWER Initiate fall
precautions for the client
Rationale: The nurse should initiate fall precautions for a client
who has a new prescription for alprazolam because common
adverse effects associated with this medication are orthostatic
hypotension, dizziness, confusion, and lethargy.
A nurse on a med surg unit is caring for a client prior to a surgical
procedure. Which of the following findings should indicate to the
nurse that the client has the ability to sign the informed consent? -
CORRECT ANSWER The client is able to accurately describe
the upcoming procedure
Rationale: The ability of the client to accurately describe the
upcoming procedure indicates that the provider adequately
informed the client and that the client is able to sign the informed
consent
An assistive personnel (AP) and a nurse are turning a client onto
the right side. Which of the following actions by the AP requires
the nurse to intervene? - CORRECT ANSWER Places a pillow
under the client's right arm.
Rationale: The AP should place a pillow under the client's left arm
to prevent internal rotation of the left shoulder.
A nurse is providing dietary teaching to the parents of a 6-monthold infant. Which of the following instructions should the nurse
include? - CORRECT ANSWER Introduce new foods one at a
time over 5 to 7 days.
A nurse is caring for a client who has MRSA in an ab

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