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NCLEX RN ACTUAL EXAM TEST BANK OF REAL QUESTIONS & ANSWERS NCLEX 2022 Popular
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PRACTICE EXAM QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS FOR NCLEX RN: 6 NEW UPDATE QUESTIONS
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  • PRACTICE EXAM QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS FOR NCLEX RN: 6 NEW UPDATE QUESTIONS: A night shift psychiatric RN on the unit is going out of a pt's room & notices a pt w/ bipolar experiencing an episode of mania @ RN's station. Which intervention would promote therapeutic interaction w/ the pt? 1.) Approaching pt & assertively ask him to abide by acceptable behavior 2.) Redirect the pt to room & minimize triggers of behavior 3.) Reminding pt of limits & isolating pt to his room 4.) Going over unit rules...
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 NATIONAL  COUNCIL LINENSURE EXAMINATION(NCLEX-RN V12.35 (1).pdf)100 % CORRECT QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
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  • QUESTION 1. A depressed client is seen at the mental health center for follow-up after an attempted suicide 1 week ago. She has taken phenelzine sulfate (Nardil), a monoamine oxidase (MAO) inhibitor, for 7 straight days. She states that she is not feeling any better. The nurse explains that the drug must accumulate to an effective level before symptoms are totally relieved. Symptom relief is expected to occur within: A. 10 days B. 2-4 weeks C. 2 months D. 3 months Answer: B Explanation:...
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TEST BANK (20222023)ATI NCLEX Review Questions & Rationales Graded A+
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BREAST DISORDERS PRACTICE QUESTIONS NCLEX QUESTIONS WITH CORRECT ANSWERS
  • BREAST DISORDERS PRACTICE QUESTIONS NCLEX QUESTIONS WITH CORRECT ANSWERS

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  • When teaching a 22-year-old patient about breast self-examination (BSE), the nurse will instruct the patient that a. BSE will reduce the risk of dying from breast cancer. b. performing BSE right after the menstrual period will improve comfort. c. BSE should be done daily while taking a bath or shower. d. annual mammograms should be scheduled in addition to BSE. Correct Answer Answer: B Rationale: Performing BSE at the end of the menstrual period will reduce the breast tenderness associated ...
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OXYGENATION AND PERFUSION NUR 111 (NCLEX QUESTIONS) WITH CORREC ANSWERS
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  • Which of the following assessment findings would suggest to the nurse that a Patient is at risk for alterations in perfusion? 1. Blood pressure 110/68 mmHg 2. Apical heart rate 80; radial beats per minute 68 3. Respiratory rate 20 per minute 4. Temperature 98.8°F Correct Answer Answer 2. Apical heart rate 80; radial beats per minute 68. • Rationale: • The number of radial beats per minute is 12 beats slower than the apical rate of 80 per minute. This indicates weak contractions o...
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NCLEX PRACTICE QUESTIONS WITH CORRECT ANSWERS
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  • A nurse is reviewing a patient's medication during shift change. Which of the following medication would be contraindicated if the patient were pregnant? Note: More than one answer may be correct. A: Coumadin B: Finasteride C: Celebrex D: Catapress E: Habitrol F: Clofazimine Correct Answer (A) and (B) are both contraindicated with pregnancy. A nurse is reviewing a patient's PMH. The history indicates photosensitive reactions to medications. Which of the following drugs has not b...
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BASIC CARE AND COMFORT NCLEX QUESTIONS WITH CORRECT ANSWERS
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  • Of the following positions, which one facilitates maximum air exchange? a. Orthopneic b. Trendelenburg c. High Fowler's d. Lithotomy Correct Answer a. Orthopneic This is sitting in a leaning position, which allows for the most lung expansion. After your patient dies, the patient's family gathers at the bedside and asks you to step out while their clergy performs a religious rite for the deceased. As the patient's nurse, what is your most appropriate course of action? a. Educate...
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NCLEX SHOCK, MODS QUESTIONS WITH CORRECT ANSWERS
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  • A patient has a spinal cord injury at T4. Vital signs include falling blood pressure with bradycardia. The nurse recognizes that the patient is experiencing: a. a relative hypervolemia. b. an absolute hypovolemia. c. neurogenic shock from low blood flow. d. neurogenic shock from massive vasodilation. Correct Answer Neurogenic shock from massive vasodilation Rationale: Neurogenic shock results in massive vasodilation without compensation as a result of the loss of sympathetic nervous syst...
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CHAPTER 38 OXYGENATION & PERFUSION NCLEX QUESTIONS CORRECT ANSWERS
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  • A patient is treated in the emergency department (ED) for shock of unknown etiology. The first action by the nurse should be to a. checks the blood pressure. b. obtains an oxygen saturation. c. attaches a cardiac monitor. d. check level of consciousness. Correct Answer 1. Correct Answer: B Rationale: The initial actions of the nurse are focused on the ABCs, and assessing the airway and ventilation is necessary. The other assessments should be accomplished as rapidly as possible after the ox...
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NURS (FUNDAMENTAL): NCLEX OXYGENATION AND PERFUSION QUESTIONS WITH CORRECT ANSWERS
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  • A nurse caring for a patient with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) knows that hypoxia may occur in patients with respiratory problems. What are signs of this serious condition? Select all answers that apply. a) Dyspnea b) Hypotension c) Small pulse pressure d) Decreased respiratory rate e) Pallor f) Increased pulse rate Correct Answer a, c, e, f If a problem exists in ventilation, respiration, or perfusion, hypoxia may occur. Hypoxia is a condition in which an inadequate a...
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