Respiratory Disorders NCLEX Review

1.    A Mantoux test signifies exposure to Mycobacterium Tubercle Bacilli. The test is read for how many hours after injection? a.    1 hour b.    12-24 hours c.    48-72 hours d.    2 hours 2.    A nurse is about to perform a Mantoux test.

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NCLEX Questions Hematology Answers and Rationale

View Questions 1.    Answer C. The three criteria for a client to be diagnosed with AIDS are the following: •    HIV positive •    CD4+ T-cell count below 200 cells/microliter •    Have one or more specific conditions that include acute infection of HIV

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NCLEX Questions Hematology

by: Daisy Jane, RN 1.    Ms. X is diagnosed with acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS). The nurse caring for this patient is aware that for a patient to be diagnosed with HIV she should have which condition? a.    Infection of HIV, have a

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NCLEX Questions for Oncologic Disorders Answers and Rationale

View Questions 1.    Answer: B. Early detection of cancer is promoted by annual oral examination, monthly BSE from age 20, annual chest x-ray, yearly digital rectal examination for persons over age 40, annual Pap smear from age 40 and annual physical and

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NCLEX Questions for Oncologic Disorders

by: Daisy Jane, RN Test Questions for Oncologic Disorders 1.    A 25 year old patient is inquiring about the methods or ways to detect cancer earlier. The nurse least likely identify this method by stating: a.    Annual chest x-ray. b.    Annual Pap

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NCLEX Review Questions – Genitourinary System Part 2 Answers and Rationale

View Questions 1.    Answer B. Reports of bladder spasms and the urge to void suggest that a blood clot may be occluding the catheter. After TURP, urine normally appears red to pink, and normal saline irrigant usually is infused at a rate

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NCLEX Review Questions – Genitourinary System Part 2

1.    After having transurethral resection of the prostate (TURP), a Mr. Locke returns to the unit with a three-way indwelling urinary catheter and continuous closed bladder irrigation. Which finding suggests that the client’s catheter is occluded? a.    The urine in the drainage

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Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing NCLEX RN Questions Part 2 Answers and Rationale

View Questions 1.    Answer C. The elevated ST segments in this client’s ECG indicate myocardial ischemia. To reverse this problem, the physician is most likely to prescribe an infusion of nitroglycerin to dilate the coronary arteries. Lidocaine and procainamide are cardiac drugs

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Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing NCLEX RN Questions Part 2

1.    A male client with a history of cocaine addiction is admitted to the coronary care unit for evaluation of substernal chest pain. The electrocardiogram (ECG) shows a 1-mm ST-segment elevation the anteroseptal leads and T-wave inversion in leads V3 to V5.

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Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing NCLEX RN Questions Part 1 Answers and Rationale

View Questions 1.    Answer A. Seizures are the most common serious adverse effect of using flumazenil to reverse benzodiazepine overdose. The effect is magnified if the client has a combined tricyclic antidepressant and benzodiazepine overdose. Less common adverse effects include shivering, anxiety,

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Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing NCLEX RN Questions Part 1

1.    Flumazenil (Romazicon) has been ordered for a male client who has overdosed on oxazepam (Serax). Before administering the medication, nurse Gina should be prepared for which common adverse effect? a.    Seizures b.    Shivering c.    Anxiety d.    Chest pain 2.    Nurse Tim

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