Health Promotion and Maintenance NCLEX RN Review Questions

1.    Mr. X has colon cancer requires a permanent colostomy because of the tumor location. After the surgery, the patient must learn how to irrigate the colostomy. When irrigating, how far into the stoma should the patient insert the lubricated catheter? a.   

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NCLEX RN Review Questions for Physiological Adaptation Answers and Rationale

View Questions 1. C. Nitrates act primarily to relax coronary smooth muscle and produce vasodilation. They can cause hypotension, which makes the client dizzy and weak. Nitrates are taken at the first sign of chest pain and before activities that might induce

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NCLEX RN Review Questions for Physiological Adaptation

1.    Nurse Fiona is teaching a client who receives nitrates for the relief of chest pain. Which of the following instructions should the nurse emphasize? a.    Repeat the dose of sublingual nitroglycerin every 15 minutes for three doses b.    Store the drug

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Psychosocial Integrity NCLEX Review Questions Answers and Rationale

View Questions 1.    A. Children with oppositional defiant disorder frequently violate the rights of others. They are defiant, disobedient, and blame others for their actions. Accountability for their actions would demonstrate progress for the oppositional child. Options C and D aren’t outcome

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Psychosocial Integrity NCLEX Review Questions

1.    Nurse Rhea outcome criteria would be appropriate for a child diagnosed with oppositional defiant disorder? a.    Accept responsibility for own behaviors b.    Be able to verbalize own needs and assert rights c.    Set firm and consistent limits with the client d.   

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NCLEX Test Review Questions on Health Promotion and Maintenance Answers and Rationale

View Questions 1. B. No matter how far the client’s pregnancy has progressed by the time of her first prenatal visit, the nurse should teach about danger signs during pregnancy so the client can identify and report them early, helping to avoid

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NCLEX Test Review Questions on Health Promotion and Maintenance

1.    Ana, a pregnant mother comes to the facility for her first prenatal visit. When providing teaching, the nurse should be sure to cover which topic? a.    Labor techniques b.    Danger signs during pregnancy c.    Signs and symptoms of pregnancy d.    Tests

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NCLEX Test Safety and Infection Control Answers and Rationale

View Questions 1. B. Gonorrhea must be reported to the public health department. Bacterial vaginitis, genital herpes, and HPV aren’t reportable diseases. 2. D. Telling the client about the personal protective equipment worn to administer the chemotherapy drugs educates the client about

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NCLEX Test Safety and Infection Control

1.    A client comes to the outpatient department complaining of vaginal discharge, dysuria, and genital irritation. Suspecting a sexually transmitted disease (STD), the physician orders diagnostic testing of vaginal discharge. Which STD must be reported to the public health department? a.    Bacterial

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Foundation of Nursing NCLEX Test Review 1 Answers and Rationale

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.

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Foundation of Nursing NCLEX Test Review 1

by: Ira Hope, RN Situation: One important legal and safe nursing responsibility is concerned with administration of medications. 1.    A pediatric client has been diagnosed with conjunctivitis. The nurse is to administer eye drops 4 times a day. The nurse should administer

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