NCLEX SATA Questions

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

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NCLEX Practice Exam: Pediatric Nursing

Which of the following would be inappropriate when administering chemotherapy to a child? a.Monitoring the child for both general and specific adverse effects b.Observing the child for 10 minutes to note for signs of anaphylaxis c.Administering medication through a free-flowing intravenous line d.Assessing for signs of

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(ANSWER & RATIONALE) NCLEX Questions for Vascular – PVD

View NCLEX Questions for Vascular – PVD 1. D. 2. B. 3. B. 4. D. 5. C. 6. A. 7. B. The mixture of arterial and venous manifestations (claudication and phlebitis, respectively) in the young male client suggests Buerger’s disease. This is

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NCLEX Questions for Vascular – PVD

More NCLEX questions can be found @ NCLEX Online 1. The most important factor in regulating the caliber of blood vessels, which determines resistance to flow, is: a. Hormonal secretion b. Independent arterial wall activity. c. The influence of circulating chemicals d.

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(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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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 & RATIONALE) NCLEX Comprehensive Exam Part 5

View NCLEX Comprehensive Exam Part 5 1. ANSWER A. Pregnancy is not the time for clients to begin a diet. Clients with chronic hypertension need to consume adequate calories to support fetal growth and development. They also need an adequate protein intake.

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NCLEX Comprehensive Exam Part 5

1. An obese 36-year-old multigravid client at 12 weeks’ gestation has a history of chronic hypertension. She was treated with methyldopa (Aldomet) before becoming pregnant. When counseling the client about diet during pregnancy, the nurse realizes that the client needs additional instruction

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(ANSWERS & RATIONALE) NCLEX Comprehensive Exam Part 4

View NCLEX Comprehensive Exam Part 4 1. ANSWER A. Pain disorder is a somatoform disorder involving severe pain in one or more anatomic sites causing severe distress or impaired function. The statement, “I need to have a good cry about all the

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