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Droplet precautions - CORRECT-spiderman! sepsis, scarlet fever, 
streptococcal pharyngitis, parvovirus, pneumonia, pertussis, 
influenza,
diptheria,
epiglottitis,
rubella,
mumps, meningitis, mycoplasma or meningeal pneumonia, adeNovirus
(Private room and mask)
Contact precaution - CORRECT -MRS WHISE 
protect visitors & caregivers when 3 ft of the pt.
Multidrug-resistant organisms 
RSV, Shigella, Wound infections, Herpes simplex, Impetigo, Scabies, 
Enteric diseases caused by micro-organisms (C diff), 
Gloves and gowns worn by the caregivers and visitors
Disposal of infectious dressing material into a single, nonporous bag 
without touching the outside of the bag
PMGG= Private room/ share same illness, mask, gown and gloves
Skin infection - - CORRECT VCHIPS
Varicella zoster
Cutaneous diptheria
Herpes simplez
Impetigo
Peduculosis
Scabies
Air or Pulmonary Embolism - CORRECT -S/S chest pain, dyspnea, 
tachycardia, pale/cyanotic, sense of impending doom. (turn pt to LEFT 
side and LOWER the head of bed.)
Woman in labor (un-reassuring FHR) - CORRECT -(late decels, decreased 
variability, fetal bradycardia, etc) Turn pt on Left side, give O2, stop 
pitocin, Increase IV fluids!
Tube feeding with decreased LOC - CORRECT -Pt on Right side (promotes 
emptying of the stomach) Head of bed elevated (prevent aspiration)
Do not delegate - ANSWER-What you can EAT E-evaluate A-assess T-teach
Addison's & Cushings - CORRECT -Addison's = down down down up down
Cushings= up up up down up
hypo/hypernatremia, hypo/hypertension, blood volume, 
hypo/hyperkalemia, hypo/hyperglycemia
Better peripheral perfusion? - CORRECT -EleVate Veins, DAngle Arteries
APGAR - ANSWER-Appearance (all pink, pink and blue, blue (pale)
Pulse (>100, <100, absent)
Grimace (cough, grimace, no response)
Activity (flexed, flaccid, limp)
Respirations (strong cry, weak cry, absent)
Airborne precautions - CORRECT -MTV or My chicken hez tb measles, 
chickenpox (varicella) Herpes zoster/shingles TB
Airborne precautions protective equip - CORRECT -private room, neg 
pressure with 6-12 air exchanges/hr mask & respirator N95 for TB
After lumbar puncture and oil based myelogram - CORRECT -pt is flat 
SUPINE (prevent headache and leaking of CSF)
Pt with heat stroke - CORRECT -flat with legs elevated
during Continuous Bladder Irrigation (CBI) - CORRECT -catheter is taped 
to the thigh. leg must be kept straight.
After Myringotomy - - CORRECT position on the side of AFFECTED ear, 
allows drainage.
After Cateract surgery - CORRECT -pt sleep on UNAFFECTED side with a 
night shield for 1-4 weeks
after Thyroidectomy - ANSWER-low or semi-fowler's position, support 
head, neck and shoulders.
Infant with Spina Bifida - ANSWER-Prone so that sac does not rupture
Buck's Traction (skin) - ANSWER-elevate foot of bed for counter traction
After total hip replacement - ANSWER-don't sleep on side of surgery, don't 
flex hip more than 45-60 degress, don't elevate Head Of Bed more than 
45 degrees. Maintain hip abduction by separating thighs with pillows.
Prolapsed cord - ANSWER-Knee to chest or Trendelenburg
oxygen 8 to 10 L
Cleft Lip - ANSWER-position on back or in infant seat to prevent trauma to 
the suture line. while feeding hold in upright position.
To prevent dumping syndrome - ANSWER-(post operative ulcer/stomach 
surgeries) eat in reclining position. Lie down after meals for 20-30 min. 
also restrict fluids during meals, low CHO and fiber diet. small, frequent 
meals.
AKA (above knee amputation) - ANSWER-elevate for first 24 hours on 
pillow. position prone daily to maintain hip extension.
BKA (below knee amputation) - ANSWER-foot of bed elevated for first 24 
hours. position prone to provide hip extension.
detached retina - ANSWER-area of detachment should be in the dependent 
position
 

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ATI COMPREHENSIVE PREDICTOR EXAM NEWLY UPDATED 2024 Droplet precautions - CORRECT-spiderman! sepsis, scarlet fever, streptococcal pharyngitis, parvovirus, pneumonia, pertussis, influenza, diptheria, epiglottitis, rubella, mumps, meningitis, mycoplasma or meningeal pneumonia, adeNovirus (Private room and mask) Contact precaution - CORRECT -MRS WHISE protect visitors & caregivers when 3 ft of the pt. Multidrug-resistant organisms RSV, Shigella, Wound infections, Herpes simplex, Impetigo, Scabies, Enteric diseases caused by micro-organisms (C diff), Gloves and gowns worn by the caregivers and visitors Disposal of infectious dressing material into a single, nonporous bag without touching the outside of the bag PMGG= Private room/ share same illness, mask, gown and gloves Skin infection - - CORRECT VCHIPS Varicella zoster Cutaneous diptheria Herpes simplez Impetigo Peduculosis Scabies Air or Pulmonary Embolism - CORRECT -S/S chest pain,...
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