The NCLEX Predictor Test
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NCLEX-RN Test Taker
NCLEX-PN Test Taker
None of the Above
What Is Your Biggest Problem With Preparing/Passing For Your NCLEX Exam?
understanding the disease processes
Creating a NCLEX study plan
Application/Critical thinking skills
Not sure if I am ready to take the NCLEX
1. The father of a 4-year-old child tells the nurse that his child is a very poor eater. What is the best recommendation for helping to increase the child’s nutritional intake?
Allow the child to feed herself
Use specially designed dishes for the children- for example, a plate with the child's favoite cartoon character
Only serve the child's favorite foods
Allow the child to eat at a small table and chair by heself
2. Mr. Wilson who was diagnosed with uremic syndrome has the potential to develop complications. Which among the following complications should the nurse anticipate?
Flapping hand tremors
An elevated hematocrit level
3. A 22-year-old client suffered her first tonic-clonic seizure. Upon awakening, the client asks, “What caused me to have a seizure?” Which of the following would the nurse include in the primary cause of tonic-clonic seizures in adults older than the 20 years?
4. In a client who is experiencing spinal shock, the nurse should expect the function of the bladder to be which of the following?
5. The nurse is aware the early indicator of hypoxia in the unconscious client is:
6. In which of the following stages is a carcinogen irreversible?
7. The nurse recognizes that fluid shift in an client with a burn injury results from increase in the:
Total volume of circulating whole blood
Total volume of intravascular plasma
Permeability of capillary walls
Permeability of kidney tubules
8. A pediatric patient is found to have a mildly elevated serum lead level. The nurse knows to instruct the parents in the need to provide the child with a diet that is:
High in iron
Low in calcium
High in fat
Low in fiber
9. A toddler has a temperature above 101° F. The physician prescribes acetaminophen (Tylenol), 120 mg suppository to be administered rectally every 4 to 6 hours. The nurse knows she should not administer this rectal medication if the child has:
10. The nurse is teaching the client with angina about common expected side effects of nitroglycerin. The side effects may include which of the following?
High blood pressure
Shortness of breath
11. Which client is at highest risk of developing a pressure ulcer?
23-year-old in traction for fractured femur
72-year-old with peripheral vascular disease, who is unable to walk without assistance
75-year-old with left-sided paresthesia and is incontinent of urine and stool
30-year-old who is comatose following a ruptured aneurysm
12. The nurse in the emergency department documents swelling of the lower leg of a 24-month-old. The child suffered an injury to the leg and refuses to walk. Which of the following does the nurse suspect is the cause of the child’s symptoms?
Possible fracture of the tibia.
Bruising of the gastrocnemius muscle.
Possible fracture of the radius.
No anatomic injury, the child wants his mother to carry him.
13. Which of the following lab tests is critical for a client with TB who is taking INH?
14. A child with asthma is brought to the emergency room with audible wheezing and difficulty breathing. The initial action by the nurse is to:
Give epinephrine intramuscularly
Place the child in a mist tent
Administer aminophylline intravenously
Provide oxygen via mask
15. A child in shock has been brought to the clinic The initial nursing action to promote ventilation for the child is to:
Establish an airway
Assess the respiratory rate
Obtain arterial blood gases (ABGs)
Monitor the blood pressure
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