(ANSWERS) Pharmacology Review for NCLEX

1. B. Schedule II drugs are highly regulated. 2. C. uncertain risk. Most drugs fall under this category. 3. D. Absorbed in small intestine to live to circulation. 4. False. It is metabolized in the liver. It is excreted through the kidneys.

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Exam Must-knows: NCLEX Mnemonics

Studying for an exam isn’t really a pleasant experience. Spending sleepless nights burning candles and stressing on whether you have the chance to pass of not. You have to read and understand complicated concepts and memorize all those long topics, which may

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Pharmacology Review for NCLEX

1. Morphine, Codeine, and Methadone have a high potential for abuse or physical or psychological dependency. Which schedule of drugs do these belong in? a. Schedule I b. Schedule II c. Schedule III d. Schedule IV 2. In FDA pregnancy categories, what

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(ANSWERS and RATIONALE) – NCLEX Review for Eyes

VIEW QUESTIONS 1. ANSWER B. Visual acuity is assessed in one eye at a time, and then in both eyes together with the client comfortably standing or sitting. The right eye is tested with the left eye covered; then the left eye

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NCLEX Review for Eyes

1. The clinic nurse is preparing to test the visual acuity of a client using a Snellen’s chart. Which of the following identifies the accurate procedure for this visual acuity test? a. Both eyes are assessed together, followed by the assessment of

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(ANSWERS and RATIONALE) – Coronary Artery Disease and Hypertension NCLEX Review

View Questions 1. ANSWER D. This procedure requires an informed consent because it involves injection of a radiopaque dye into the blood vessel. The risk of allergic reaction and possible anaphylaxis is serious and must be assessed before the procedure. 2. ANSWER

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Coronary Artery Disease and Hypertension NCLEX Review

1. A client is scheduled for a cardiac catherization using a radiopaque dye. Which of the following assessments is most critical before the procedure? a. Intake and output b. Baseline peripheral pulse rates c. Height and weight d. Allergy to iodine or

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(ANSWERS & RATIONALE) – NCLEX Review for Diabetes

View NCLEX Review for Diabetes 1. ANSWER D. 2. ANSWER A. 3. ANSWER C. 4. ANSWER C. 5. ANSWER B. 6. ANSWER D. 7. ANSWER C. 8. ANSWER B. 9. ANSWER C. 10. ANSWER B. 11. ANSWER B. NPH is intermediate acting

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NCLEX RN and NCLEX PN Examination Pass Rate 2012

Below is the NCLEX RN and NCLEX PN Examination passing rates for the year 2012 released by National Council of State Boards of Nursing. A chart that shows quarterly and yearly volume and pass rate data for the NCLEX-RN and NCLEX-PN examinations.

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NCLEX Review for Diabetes

Discover the NCLEX CAT program that every nurse are now using to pass the NCLEX. 1. Knowing that gluconeogenesis helps to maintain blood levels, a nurse should: a. Document weight changes because of fatty acid mobilization b. Evaluate the patient’s sensitivity to

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(ANSWERS & RATIONALE) NCLEX Prep Questions for Blood Disorders

View NCLEX Prep Questions for Blood Disorders 1. ANSWER A. One of the microcytic, hypochromic anemias is iron-deficiency amenia. A rich source of iron is needed in the diet, and eggs are high in iron. Other foods high in iron include organ

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