Nursejanx Practice Questions - FREE
All of the practice questions from the free edition of Your Guide to NCLEX Success in quiz format.
Your patient is complaining of new onset chest pain. You understand that chest pain can have multiple etiologies. Which of the following is the most concerning cause of chest pain?
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Your patient has a critically low blood sugar and is nearly passed out. You realize that all interventions except which will raise the blood glucose:
1 point
You are working on a med/surg unit and you believe that one of your patients is becoming septic. What data could imply sepsis in your patient? Select all that apply:
1 point
You are working in the emergency department and a patient comes in with a suspected acute myocardial infarction. The patient’s vitals are as follows: Pulse 114, BP 70/40, temp 98.8 F, respirations 24, and O2 sat 92%. What physician orders will you anticipate for this patient? Select all that apply:
1 point
You are faced with the following situation: You have just witnessed a car accident on a crowded highway. The victim of the crash exits his car and collapses in the road. What should you do first?
1 point
Your patient has just come back from a cardiac catheterization, and has a right groin puncture site. Upon arrival, you noticed that the dressing is completely saturated and there is significant active bleeding from the site. What should you do first?
1 point
This question has only 1 correct response. Option A is basically equivalent to Option B, and Option D is basically the opposite of Option C. Options B and Options D are also near equivalents. Option B can’t be right. What is the correct answer?
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Your patient has a critically low blood glucose and is nearly passed out. Select the best intervention to raise the patient’s blood glucose:
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