(ANSWERS & RATIONALE) NCLEX Prep Questions for Blood Disorders

View NCLEX Prep Questions for Blood Disorders 1. ANSWER A. One of the microcytic, hypochromic anemias is iron-deficiency amenia. A rich source of iron is needed in the diet, and eggs are high in iron. Other foods high in iron include organ

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NCLEX Prep Questions for Blood Disorders

1. The nurse is preparing to teach a client with microcytic hypochromic anemia about the diet to follow after discharge. Which of the following foods should be included in the diet? a. Eggs b. Lettuce c. Citrus fruits d. Cheese 2. The

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(ANSWERS & RATIONALE) NCLEX Comprehensive Exam Part 5

View NCLEX Comprehensive Exam Part 5 1. ANSWER A. Pregnancy is not the time for clients to begin a diet. Clients with chronic hypertension need to consume adequate calories to support fetal growth and development. They also need an adequate protein intake.

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NCLEX Comprehensive Exam Part 5

1. An obese 36-year-old multigravid client at 12 weeks’ gestation has a history of chronic hypertension. She was treated with methyldopa (Aldomet) before becoming pregnant. When counseling the client about diet during pregnancy, the nurse realizes that the client needs additional instruction

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(ANSWERS & RATIONALE) NCLEX Comprehensive Exam Part 4

View NCLEX Comprehensive Exam Part 4 1. ANSWER A. Pain disorder is a somatoform disorder involving severe pain in one or more anatomic sites causing severe distress or impaired function. The statement, “I need to have a good cry about all the

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NCLEX Comprehensive Exam Part 4

1. The nurse recognizes that a client with pain disorder is improving when the client states which of the following? a. “I need to have a good cry about all the pain I’ve been in and then not dwell on it.” b.

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(ANSWERS & RATIONALE) NCLEX Comprehensive Exam Part 3

NCLEX Comprehensive Exam Part 3 Questions 1. ANSWER C. Before development and implementation of the teaching plan, it is vital to determine what the client currently knows regarding diabetes and what the client needs to know. 2. ANSWER A. The goal of

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NCLEX Comprehensive Exam Part 3

1. The nurse is preparing a teaching plan for a 45-year-old client recently diagnosed with type 2 diabetes mellitus. What is the first step in this process? a. Establish goals. b. Choose video materials and brochures. c. Assess the client’s learning needs.

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(ANSWERS & RATIONALE) NCLEX Comprehensive Exam Part 2

NCLEX Comprehensive Exam Part 2 Questions 1. ANSWER D. Symptoms of pregnancy-induced hypertension (PIH), such as hypertension and facial swelling, before 24 weeks’ gestation and a fundal height larger than expected are suggestive of gestational trophoblastic disease or hydatidiform mole. This condition

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NCLEX Comprehensive Exam Part 2

1. A multigravida client visiting the prenatal clinic at 16 weeks’ gestation exhibits facial swelling, a brownish vaginal discharge, and fundal height of 22 cm. The client’s blood pressure is 160/90 mm Hg and her pulse is 80 bpm. The nurse interprets

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(ANSWERS & RATIONALE) NCLEX Comprehensive Exam Part 1

NCLEX Comprehensive Exam Part 1 Questions Answer B. The nurse is responsible for maintaining confidentiality of this disclosure by the client. Answer B. Pets are discouraged when parents are trying to allergy-proof a home for a child with bronchial asthma, unless the

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