Study Group Question - Do you think you know it? - page 26

I was having this discussion with a friend, but we later agree to to these. Hope this will benefit all nurses student still in school or awaiting to take NCLEX. Is more or less like a study... Read More

  1. by   KAYBDT6
    Quote from belle923
    a child with tetralogy of fallot is admitted to the nicu unit. place these order in order of priority
    1- administer oxygen: 2 4th , the child is not in distress, but oxygen can be given later if other intervention did not work
    2- position to facilitate air exchange: 4 second, after placing the child in knee or squat position and place the child in upright position to facilitate airway.
    3- knee chest position: 1
    4- hold the infant in upright position: 3

    place in order of priority for a child who ingested 15 tab of acetaminophen
    1- administer mucomyst:4
    2- establish airway:1
    3- assess v/s: 2
    4- administer activated charcoal:3

    place in order of priority to obtain urine specimen from a child with uti
    1- clean the genital area from front to back:3
    2- offer fluid:1
    3- apply gloves:2
    4- apply collecting back:4

    which diagnostic test would be used to evaluate a pt with ugi bleeding initially
    1- ugi series
    2- barium enema
    3- endoscopy
    4- barium swallow

    which of the following is a sign of infection in newborn
    1- weight loss of 1 oz
    2- hyperactivity
    3- hyperthermia
    4- lethargy
    bravo you're wondeful. am very proud of you.
  2. by   mesmerizex
    hi kaye! its now confirmed i passed
  3. by   KAYBDT6
    A pt with nephrotic syndrome is schedule for IM injection. where is the best site to administer the injection
    1- dorsal gluteal
    2- gluteus maximus
    3- deltoid
    4- ventral gluteal

    what is normal ratio of L/S ________________

    what procedure will a pregnant pt need Rhogam vaccine for which the pt has A negative blood. SATA
    1- BPP
    2- CVS
    3- delivery
    4- ectopic pregnacy
    5- amniocentesis
    6- abortion

    when the nurse is attempting to suction a newborn nose and is unable to pass the suction catheter thru the nose and pharynx. what action should the nurse take initially
    1- suction using a bulb syringe
    2- record the finding
    3- wait for the baby to stop crying and attempt the suction again
    4- notify the physician

    what Apgar score will you give a newborn who has a pink body and blue feet.
    1- 1
    2- 2
    3- 3
    4- 4
  4. by   KAYBDT6
    Quote from mesmerizex
    hi kaye! its now confirmed i passed
    my: :rckn:
  5. by   mesmerizex
    thank you so much kay! mwaaah!
  6. by   belle923
    a pt with nephrotic syndrome is schedule for im injection. where is the best site to administer the injection
    1- dorsal gluteal
    2- gluteus maximus
    3- deltoid
    4- ventral gluteal

    what is normal ratio of l/s: im sorry i don't know what l/s is.


    what procedure will a pregnant pt need rhogam vaccine for which the pt has a negative blood. sata
    1- bpp
    2- cvs
    3- delivery
    4- ectopic pregnacy
    5- amniocentesis
    6- abortion

    when the nurse is attempting to suction a newborn nose and is unable to pass the suction catheter thru the nose and pharynx. what action should the nurse take initially
    1- suction using a bulb syringe
    2- record the finding
    3- wait for the baby to stop crying and attempt the suction again
    4- notify the physician

    what apgar score will you give a newborn who has a pink body and blue feet.
    1- 1
    2- 2
    3- 3
    4- 4

    thanx so much for all these questions kay...just wondering are you also preparing to take the nclex or have you passed already?!
  7. by   KAYBDT6
    [quote=belle923;3753107]
    a pt with nephrotic syndrome is schedule for im injection. where is the best site to administer the injection

    1- dorsal gluteal
    2- gluteus maximus
    3- deltoid
    4- ventral gluteal

    what is normal ratio of l/s: im sorry i don't know what l/s is. lecithin & sphingomyelin indicating mature fetal lungs 2: 1


    what procedure will a pregnant pt need rhogam vaccine for which the pt has a negative blood. sata
    1- bpp
    2- cvs
    chrionic villi sampling is use to perform genetic testing and tissue is remove fetal side of the placenta
    3- delivery
    4- ectopic pregnacy
    5- amniocentesis invasive procedure
    6- abortion

    when the nurse is attempting to suction a newborn nose and is unable to pass the suction catheter thru the nose and pharynx. what action should the nurse take initially
    1- suction using a bulb syringe
    2- record the finding
    3- wait for the baby to stop crying and attempt the suction again
    4- notify the physician the baby has choanal atresia ( a congenital blockage of the passageway between nose and pharynx.

    what apgar score will you give a newborn who has a pink body and blue feet.
    1- 1
    2- 2
    3- 3
    4- 4

    thanx so much for all these questions kay...just wondering are you also preparing to take the nclex or have you passed already?!

    i gradauted last year dec 2008.preparing to take nclex very soon, but not so sure if am very much ready.
  8. by   KAYBDT6
    what position should the nurse place a pt for EKG
    1- prone
    2- supine
    3- Fowler
    4- lateral

    PTH stimulate __________ re-absorption and ________________ excretion

    when a pt refuse treatment after mastectomy. As a nurse, how will respond?
    1- supporting denial
    2- accepting denial
    3- interpreting denial
    4- confronting denial

    which factor can lead to renal calculi
    1- hypocalcemia
    2- HF
    3- hypothyroidism
    4- alkaline urine

    what is the normal sound when auscultating the lungs of a newborn
    1- wheeze
    2- vesicular
    3- crackles
    4- resonance

    A pt who gave birth to a newborn an hour ago. During assessment the nurse notice the newborn for tachycardia, lethargic, jittery and pale. what action should the nurse take initially
    1- give oxygen
    2- provide feeding
    3- check blood sugar
    4- place baby on a radiant warmer

    what is the benefit of breastfeeding an infant to lower the risk for which of the following. SATA
    1- allergy
    2- childhood obesity
    3- adolescent obesity
    4- infection
    5- SIDS

    which of the following increase the risk for postpartum depression. SATA
    1- adolescence
    2- race
    3- newborn care stress
    4- support group
    5- Hx of depression
    6- unplanned pregnancy
    7- postpartum blues

    A pregnant pt is placed on MgSO4. what is the intended effect of the medication
    1- relief pain
    2- relief anxiety
    3- lower blood pressure
    4- prevent labor contraction

    A pt who is on Penicillin should be advice to avoid which medication
    1- Tetracycline
    2- Erythromycin
    3- ceplalosporins
    4- Aminoglycoside
  9. by   belle923
    what position should the nurse place a pt for ekg
    1- prone
    2- supine
    3- fowler
    4- lateral

    pth stimulate: (calcium)re-absorption and (phosphorous)excretion

    when a pt refuse treatment after mastectomy. as a nurse, how will respond?
    1- supporting denial
    2- accepting denial
    3- interpreting denial
    4- confronting denial

    which factor can lead to renal calculi
    1- hypocalcemia
    2- hf
    3- hypothyroidism
    4- alkaline urine

    what is the normal sound when auscultating the lungs of a newborn
    1- wheeze
    2- vesicular
    3- crackles
    4- resonance

    a pt who gave birth to a newborn an hour ago. during assessment the nurse notice the newborn for tachycardia, lethargic, jittery and pale. what action should the nurse take initially
    1- give oxygen
    2- provide feeding
    3- check blood sugar
    4- place baby on a radiant warmer

    what is the benefit of breastfeeding an infant to lower the risk for which of the following. sata
    1- allergy
    2- childhood obesity
    3- adolescent obesity
    4- infection
    5- sids

    which of the following increase the risk for postpartum depression. sata
    1- adolescence
    2- race
    3- newborn care stress
    4- support group
    5- hx of depression
    6- unplanned pregnancy
    7- postpartum blues

    a pregnant pt is placed on mgso4. what is the intended effect of the medication
    1- relief pain
    2- relief anxiety
    3- lower blood pressure
    4- prevent labor contraction

    a pt who is on penicillin should be advice to avoid which medication
    1- tetracycline
    2- erythromycin
    3- ceplalosporins
    4- aminoglycoside
  10. by   NewAggieGrad09
    Quote from kaybdt6

    welldone jab belle923!!!
    two questions....first, why wouldn't a client with prolapsed cord be seen first? isn't that considered an emergency? and two, for the last question, how can you press the cannister b4 placing it in ur mouth??
  11. by   KAYBDT6
    Quote from belle923

    what position should the nurse place a pt for ekg

    1- prone
    2- supine
    3- fowler
    4- lateral

    pth stimulate: (calcium)re-absorption and (phosphorous)excretion

    when a pt refuse treatment after mastectomy. as a nurse, how will respond?
    1- supporting denial
    2- accepting denial as a nurse will need to accept the pt wish not by supporting them. because they have right to denial/ accept treatment. nurse act as an advocate.
    3- interpreting denial
    4- confronting denial

    which factor can lead to renal calculi
    1- hypocalcemia
    2- hf
    3- hypothyroidism
    4- alkaline urine

    what is the normal sound when auscultating the lungs of a newborn
    1- wheeze
    2- vesicular
    3- crackles
    4- resonance

    a pt who gave birth to a newborn an hour ago. during assessment the nurse notice the newborn for tachycardia, lethargic, jittery and pale. what action should the nurse take initially
    1- give oxygen
    2- provide feeding
    3- check blood sugar
    4- place baby on a radiant warmer

    what is the benefit of breastfeeding an infant to lower the risk for which of the following. sata
    1- allergy
    2- childhood obesity
    3- adolescent obesity
    4- infection
    5- sids breastfeeding has no relationship with sids but positioning

    which of the following increase the risk for postpartum depression. sata
    1- adolescence adolescent mother
    2- race - african american race
    3- newborn care stress
    4- support group
    5- hx of depression
    6- unplanned pregnancy
    7- postpartum blues

    a pregnant pt is placed on mgso4. what is the intended effect of the medication
    1- relief pain
    2- relief anxiety
    3- lower blood pressure
    4- prevent labor contraction

    a pt who is on penicillin should be advice to avoid which medication
    1- tetracycline
    2- erythromycin
    3- ceplalosporins
    4- aminoglycoside
    good jab belle923!!
  12. by   KAYBDT6
    Quote from newaggiegrad09
    two questions....first, why wouldn't a client with prolapsed cord be seen first? isn't that considered an emergency? and two, for the last question, how can you press the cannister b4 placing it in ur mouth??
    a pt with prolapse umbilical cord has a greatest risk during labor and delivery but not at risk during postpartum period

    why pt with prolong rupture is the most @ greatest risk for postpartum infection
    which make the pt a first candidate to assess.

    to effectively use a mdi with a spacer, the nurse will instruct the pt to first shake the canister to mix the medication evenly,

    then press the canister to release the medication into the holding chamber,

    followed by placing the mouthpiece of the spacer in the mouth and inhale,

    lastly the pt should hold his breath for 2 to 3 mins and exhale
  13. by   KAYBDT6
    Put this order for Immunization
    1- clean the injection site
    2- inject the medication into the muscle @ 90*
    3- put on gloves
    4- gently stretch the skin taut @ the sites
    5- locate the deltoid muscle
    6- expel Air bubbles from the syringe

    A physician order the nurse too apply antibiotic ointment to a skin laceration every 8hr. what action should the nurse take
    1- ask the pharmacy for clarification
    2- call the physician for clarification
    3- ask the nurse to use her judgment to determine the amount of ointment to apply
    4- use paper application to apply the ointment

    which assignment is the most appropriate for a LPN and RN
    1- 24yrs primigravida who deliver a 6lb baby vaginally 4hrs ago and unable to void
    2- 22yrs multigravida who deliver 8lb 4oz baby vaginally but has a fundus 3 finger breath above the umbilical that is displaced to the right.
    3- 27yrs primigravida 7lb 5oz baby by C- section an hour ago and has a stable vital sign
    4- 36yrs multigravida 8lb 2oz having difficult breastfeeding

    A physician order the nurse to admoinister 10gtt of Timoptic opthalmic solution AU daily to apt. As a nurse what order will you question
    1- route
    2- date
    3- frequency
    4- number of drops
    5- type of medication

    A pt accidentally drink gasoline. what system of the body will be affected by the gasoline
    1- GI
    2- Cardiovascular system
    3- respiratory system
    4- neurology system


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