The NCLEX Predictor Test
Take a few minutes to answer this questions, this information will be useful for us to review and get more insight about your background and knowledge.
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Which One Describes You? *
5 points
What Is Your Biggest Problem With Preparing/Passing For Your NCLEX Exam? *
5 points
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? *
6 points
2. Mr. Wilson who was diagnosed with uremic syndrome has the potential to develop complications. Which among the following complications should the nurse anticipate? *
6 points
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? *
6 points
4. In a client who is experiencing spinal shock, the nurse should expect the function of the bladder to be which of the following? *
6 points
5. The nurse is aware the early indicator of hypoxia in the unconscious client is: *
6 points
6. In which of the following stages is a carcinogen irreversible? *
6 points
7. The nurse recognizes that fluid shift in an client with a burn injury results from increase in the: *
6 points
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: *
6 points
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: *
6 points
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? *
6 points
11. Which client is at highest risk of developing a pressure ulcer? *
6 points
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? *
6 points
13. Which of the following lab tests is critical for a client with TB who is taking INH? *
6 points
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: *
6 points
15. A child in shock has been brought to the clinic The initial nursing action to promote ventilation for the child is to: *
6 points
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