Pediatric Nursing (Infancy) NCLEX Review Answers and Rationale

View Questions 1. Answer: D. After 1 minute of CPR, the nurse should call for assistance and then resume efforts. CPR shouldn’t be stopped after it has been started unless the nurse is too exhausted to continue. A cycle usually ends with

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Pediatric Nursing (Infancy) NCLEX Review

1.    Nurse Nelli performs cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) for 1 minute on an infant without calling for assistance. In reassessing the infant after 1 minute of CPR, the nurse finds he still isn’t breathing and has no pulse. The nurse should then: a.  

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Maternal Infant Nursing NCLEX Questions Part 2 Answers and Rationale

View Questions 1.    Answer D.  Labor is divided into four stages: first stage, onset of labor to full dilation; second stage, full dilation to birth of the baby; third stage, birth of the placenta; and fourth stage, 1-hour postpartum. The first stage

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Maternal Infant Nursing NCLEX Questions Part 2

1.    Nurse Julia is aware that Labor is divided into how many stages? a.    Five b.    Three c.    Two d.    Four 2.    Pen, a nurse-midwife determines that a client is in the second stage of labor and may start pushing. What marks

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Maternal Infant Nursing NCLEX Questions Answers and Rationale

View Questions 1.    Answer C. Taking brisk walks is one of the easiest ways to exercise during pregnancy. The client should begin by walking slowly for 10 to 15 minutes per day and increase gradually to a comfortable speed and a duration

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Maternal Infant Nursing NCLEX Questions

1.    Myrna, who’s 4 months pregnant asks the nurse how much and what type of exercise she should get during pregnancy. How should nurse Maricel counsel her? a.    “Try high-intensity aerobics, but limit sessions to 15 minutes daily.” b.    “Perform gentle back-lying

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Maternal and Child Health Nursing NCLEX Questions Part 2 Answers and Rationale

View Questions 1. Answer C. When obtaining the history of a patient who may be in labor, the nurse’s highest priority is to determine her current status, particularly her due date, gravidity, and parity. Gravidity and parity affect the duration of labor

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Maternal and Child Health Nursing NCLEX Questions Part 2

1.Accompanied by her husband, a patient seeks admission to the labor and delivery area. The client states that she is in labor, and says she attended the hospital clinic for prenatal care. Which question should the nurse ask her first? a.“Do you

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Maternal and Child Health Nursing NCLEX Questions Part 1 Answers and Rationale

View Questions 1. Answer A. Endometritis is an infection of the uterine lining and can occur after prolonged rupture of membranes. Endometriosis does not occur after a strong labor and prolonged rupture of membranes. Salpingitis is a tubal infection and could occur

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Maternal and Child Health Nursing NCLEX Questions Part 1

1. A postpartum patient was in labor for 30 hours and had ruptured membranes for 24 hours. For which of the following would the nurse be alert? a. Endometritis b. Endometriosis c. Salpingitis d. Pelvic thrombophlebitis 2. A client at 36 weeks’

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