NCLEX Questions for Cardiac Dysrhythmias Answers and Rationale

A. measurements are normal, measuring 0.12 to 0.20 second and 0.4 to 0.10 second, respectively.’ B. Motion artifact, or “noise,” can be caused by frequent client movement, electrode placement on limbs, and insufficient adhesion to the skin, such as placing electrodes over

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NCLEX Questions for Cardiac Dysrhythmias

1. A nurse is assessing an electrocardiogram rhythm strip. The P waves and QRS complexes are regular. The PR interval is 0.16 second, and QRS complexes measure 0.06 second. The overall heart rate is 64 beats per minute. The nurse assesses the

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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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