6 Practice Exams
3 NCLEX RN + 3 NCLEX PN Practice Exams
630 NCLEX RN + 600 NCLEX PN Questions
A man expresses surprise that his wife has become very withdrawn during hospitalization for pneumonia. Which response helps the husband understand how some people cope with hospitalization?
A) "Hospitalization might cause a crisis. Has your wife had to cope with problems before this?"
B) "Some people react that way. She will be more talkative when she feels better."
C) "Your wife might be feeling concern that she cannot fulfill her normal roles."
D) "This is typical behavior for someone who is as ill as your wife."
The nurse is assessing an elder who the nurse suspects is being physically abused. The most important question for nurse to ask is:
A) "How much money do you keep around the house?"
B) "Who provides your physical care?"
C) "How close does your nearest relative live?"
D) "What form of transportation do you use?"
A nurse notes that an elderly client suddenly does not keep appointments and is not wearing appropriate clothing. Which statement by the client raises the suspicion of financial abuse?
A) "I am having difficulty paying for this new antibiotic the physician prescribed."
B) "I am a little short on cash since my daughter moved in to help me."
C) "I have not felt like shopping since the weather has gotten worse."
D) "People do not realize how difficult it is to make ends meet on a fixed income."
A client needs to rapidly achieve a therapeutic plasma drug concentration of a medication. Rather than wait for steady state to be achieved, the physician might order:
A) a maintenance dose.
B) a loading dose.
C) a medication with no first-pass effect.
D) the medication to be given intravenously.
In hanging a parenteral IV fluid that is to be infused by gravity, rather than with an infusion pump, the nurse notes that the IV tubing is available in different drop factors. Which tubing is a microdrop set?
A) 15 drops per milliliter
B) 60 drops per milliliter
C) 20 drops per milliliter
D) 10 drops per milliliter