Physiologic Adaptation NCLEX Review Answers and Rationale

View Questions 1. Answer: C. The uterus is being over-stimulated with oxytocin. Remember, most sources recommend discontinuing Pitocin if contraction last longer than 75-90 seconds, are less than 2 minutes apart, have minimal or no resting tone, or if there is an

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Physiologic Adaptation NCLEX Review

1. Andrea is admitted to the labor suite is to be induced with oxytocin (Pitocin). One hour after starting to receive the medication, the nurse makes the following observations: Contractions are 80 seconds in duration and occur every 2 minutes. The nurse

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[ANSWERS & RATIONALE] NCLEX Questions for Psychosocial Integrity

Click here to view the questions. 1. D. The goal is to implement suicide precautions because the danger of suicide is when the depression lifts and the client has the energy to formulate a plan. The nurse would not encourage her to

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NCLEX Questions for Psychosocial Integrity

1. When a depressed client becomes more active and there is evidence that her mood has lifted, an appropriate goal to add to the nursing care plan is to a. Encourage her to go home for the weekend. b. Move her to

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Physiological Adaptation NCLEX Questions [ANSWERS & RATIONALE]

Click here to view the Physiological Adaptation NCLEX questions. 1. A. The parathyroid glands regulate calcium in the body. Excessive activity results in calcium leaving the bones and teeth to enter the bloodstream. This makes the bones more brittle and susceptible to

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Physiological Adaptation NCLEX Questions

1. The client with hyperparathyroidism should have extremities handled gently because a. Decreased calcium bone deposits can lead to pathologic fractures. b. Edema causes stretched tissue to tear easily. c. Polyuria leads to dry skin and mucous membranes that can break down.

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NCLEX RN and NCLEX PN Examination Pass Rate 2011

Below is the NCLEX RN and NCLEX PN Examination passing rates for the year 2011 released by National Council of State Boards of Nursing. A chart that shows quarterly and yearly volume and pass rate data for the NCLEX-RN and NCLEX-PN examinations.

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NCLEX Pass Rate 4th Quarter 2011

Below is the NCLEX RN and NCLEX PN Examination passing rates for the 4th quarter of 2011 released by National Council of State Boards of Nursing. The data includes the number of candidates taking the NCLEX Examination and the percentage of passing,

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(ANSWERS and RATIONALE) – Pharmacological and Parenteral Therapies

Click here to view the Pharmacological and Parenteral Therapies questions. 1. A. Furadantin antimicrobial activity is more potent in an acid urine. Ascorbic acid or vitamin C tablets acidify the urine. 2. A. These signs, in addition to laryngeal edema, are characteristic

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NCLEX Questions – Pharmacological and Parenteral Therapies

1. The client who is receiving Furadantin for a urinary tract infection may also receive ascorbic acid. The rationale for this additional agent is to a. Acidify the urine. b. Alkalinize the urine. c. Fortify mucosal resistance. d. Promote tissue repair. 2.

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(ANSWERS & RATIONALE) Health Promotion and Maintenance NCLEX RN Review

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

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