Comprehensive and Predictive NCLEX-style examination with 50 updated questions. Passing score: 70%
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The home health nurse is interviewing an older client with a history of mild heart failure and rheumatoid arthritis. The client reports “feeling pretty good, except for the pain and stiffness in my joints when I first get out of bed.” Which member of the health care team would be the most appropriate to aid in the client’s report of pain?
A patient who has cancer will need ongoing treatment for pain. Which brochure is the nurse most likely to prepare that addresses questions related to the first-line treatment of cancer pain?
While the nurse is inserting a nasogastric tube, a client becomes dyspneic and cyanotic. What action should the nurse implement first?
While teaching a female Korean-American client about her medications, the nurse observes that she appears very serious, does not smile, and avoids looking at the nurse. Which expected outcome statement best directs this client’s plan of care? The client will
While receiving an intravenous vesicant as part of medical treatment the client begins to complain of pain and burning at the venous access site. What action should the nurse take at this time?
While performing a physical examination of a 10-month-old infant, the nurse notes raw moist weeping macules and papules of skin on the child’s genitals, upper thighs and bottom. How should the nurse document this finding?
Which statement by a client being treated for infertility indicates an understanding of treatment?
While inserting an indwelling urinary catheter in a female client, the nurse observes urine flow in the tubing. What action should be taken next?
While caring for a school-age child with congestive heart failure the nurse notes the development of an arrhythmia on the cardiac monitor. Which medication is most likely causing the change in this client’s cardiac status?
Which technique should be used by the nurse to obtain a sterile urine specimen using a straight catheter?
What should the prenatal clinic nurse conclude to be a contraindication for maternal serum alpha-fetoprotein (AFP) testing for a pregnant client?
Which strategy is most important for the nurse to use when assisting a client with myasthenia gravis to devise a daily routine?
Which statement by a school-aged client going to summer camp indicates the best understanding of Lyme disease’s mode of transmission?