View Questions 1. ANSWER D. This procedure requires an informed consent because it involves injection of a radiopaque dye into the blood vessel. The risk of allergic reaction and possible anaphylaxis is serious and must be assessed before the procedure. 2. ANSWER
1. A client is scheduled for a cardiac catherization using a radiopaque dye. Which of the following assessments is most critical before the procedure? a. Intake and output b. Baseline peripheral pulse rates c. Height and weight d. Allergy to iodine or
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.
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
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
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
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
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
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.
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