1. Today in Jezza’s class, they are discussing about the cranial nerves. What equipment would be necessary to complete an evaluation of cranial nerves 9 and 10 during a physical assessment? a. A cotton ball b. A penlight c. An ophthalmoscope d.
Let’s face it, though we may at times like it, though we know that it has a lot of advantages, studying is not always something you look forward to. However, since you are working towards a goal, becoming a Registered Nurse, that
You’ve just graduated from nursing school and are still feeling the “finally getting there” vibe. You are excited to finally be able to reach your dream of becoming a Registered Nurse when you hear the news that there have been changes being
After the National Council of State Boards of Nursing, Inc. (NCSBN) voted, to raise the passing standard for the NCLEX-RN Examination (the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses) and the passing standard raised to -0.16 logits on the NCLEX-RN logistic scale,
40 Facts about NCLEX that you should know. Purpose 1. To determine if you are a safe and effective nurse. 2. To safeguard the public. 3. To test for minimum competency. Test Content 4. Based on the knowledge and activities of an
Your hands are cold. Trembling, even. You can’t help but pace. You are nervous. You are anxious. But you are also feeling a bit excited. This is the day. This is it. After months of preparing, after years of looking forward to
Via is getting nervous. A few more days and she’ll be taking the test that would determine whether or not she’s fit to become a Registered Nurse. However, there’s a problem. She still can’t memorize some nursing concepts, such as the normal
1. A client who is 29 weeks pregnant comes to the labor and delivery unit. She states that she’s having contractions every 8 minutes. The client is also 3 cm dilated. Which medications can the nurse expect to administer? Select all that
Once you complete your test, you will be asked to take a short, computer-delivered survey. These questions are designed to help evaluate the testing experience, and your answers do not affect your grade in any way. After you take the survey, raise
View Questions 1. ANSWER A. Ineffective coping is the impairment of a person’s adaptive behaviors and problem-solving abilities in meeting life’s demands; ritualistic behavior fits under this category as a defining characteristic. 2. ANSWER A. This drug blocks the uptake of serotonin.
1. The nursing diagnosis that would be most appropriate for a 22-year old client who uses ritualistic behavior would be: a. Ineffective coping b. Impaired adjustment c. personal identity disturbance d. Sensory/perceptual alterations 2. A psychiatrist prescribes an anti-obsessional agent for a