1. A. Failure of the left ventricle to pump effectively causes damming of blood back into the pulmonary circuit, increasing pressure, and causing extravasation of fluid into interstitial spaces and alveoli. 2. D. The halo or “bull’s-eye” sign seen when drainage from
Click here to view the questions. 1. C. Celiac disease is caused by an intolerance to gluten, which is a protein found in wheat, oats, barley and rye, All the foods in option 3 contain gluten. Option 1 would be eliminated if
1. A 4 year old with Celiac Disease is in the hospital with an exacerbation of Celiac Crisis due to improper dietary intake. When teaching the mother the dietary restrictions for her child, which of the following foods must be completely eliminated
View Questions 1. Answer D. Administering eye drops should be done in the lower conjunctival sac to ensure that the medication gets to eye. Option A is not done since some medications can irritate the cornea when placed directly in to it.
View Questions 1. Answer C. Because of changes in fat distribution, adipose tissue accumulates in the trunk, face (moonface), and dorsocervical areas (buffalo hump). Hypertension is caused by fluid retention. Skin becomes thin and bruises easily because of a loss of collagen.
1. Katherine is a young Unit Manager of the Pediatric Ward. Most of her staff nurses are senior to her, very articulate, confident and sometimes aggressive. Katherine feels uncomfortable believing that she is the scapegoat of everything that goes wrong in her
View the questions of NCLEX Comprehensive Review 1. The correct answer is A: 45 year-old African American attorney The incidence of hypertension is greater among African Americans than other groups in the US. The incidence among the Hispanic population is rising.
1. Which individual is at greatest risk for developing hypertension? A) 45 year-old African American attorney B) 60 year-old Asian American shop owner C) 40 year-old Caucasian nurse D) 55 year-old Hispanic teacher 2. A child who ingested 15 maximum strength acetaminophen
A nurse if reviewing a patient’s chart and notices that the patient suffers from conjunctivitis. Which of the following microorganisms is related to this condition? Yersinia pestis Helicobacter pyroli Vibrio cholera Hemophilus aegyptius A nurse if reviewing a patient’s chart and notices
A 65 year old man has been admitted to the hospital for spinal stenosis surgery. When does the discharge training and planning begin for this patient? Following surgery Upon admit Within 48 hours of discharge Preoperative discussion A child is 5 years