Study Group Question - Do you think you know it? - page 42

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=simi001;3830807]
    a pregnant pt c/o lower back pain during contraction. to relieve the pain of the pt, the nurse should perform which action
    1- administer analgesic
    2- allow rest btw contraction-
    3- apply counter pressure to the area
    4- notify hcp to rx epidural pain medication


    a primigravida pt has been in labor for 10hrs and her cervix is 4cm dilated, 100% effacement and @ +1 station. what phase is the pt
    1- latent phase
    2- active phase
    3- transition phase
    4- expulsion phase

    a multigarvida pt is admitted for an induction of labor and her chart read as follow
    iv oxytocin infusing @ 3ml/hr, vaginal exam revealed 2cm dilation, 70% effacement,
    minus 2 station, epidural given 3hrs ago, pt not in discomfort and resting quietly.
    the nurse should perform what action first
    1- d/c oxytocin
    2- check for rupture amniotic membrane
    3- check bladder first
    4- d/c epidural
  2. by   NCLEXEATER
    [quote=simi001;3829949]pt with mi is taking asa. what is the expected outcome of this medication
    a. anti-inflammatory effect
    b. anti-pyretic effect
    c. anti-platelet effect
    d. analgesic effect


    pt with compartment syndrome is schedule for fasciotomy. which of the following is the best priority
    a. relieve pain
    b. manage anxiety
    c. promote tissue perfusion
    d. improve nutrition

    what is the purpose of repositioning a pregnant pt to the left lateral side position
    a. to decrease fht
    b. increase contraction
    c. increase uterine blood flow
    d. increase maternal blood pressure
  3. by   NCLEXEATER
    pt was transfered to the pacu following hemorrhoidectomy. what complication shld the nurse asses for
    a. parlytic ileus
    b. pneumonia
    c. thromboembolism
    d. difficult voiding

    which option provide the most reliable information abt desire outcome of a pt with excessive fluid volume
    a. weight
    b. serum electrolyte level
    c. urinalysis
    d. k level

    which adolescent is @ risk for alcoholism
    a. avoid unfamiliar ppl
    b. exhibit rapid mood swing
    c. changes school and misses having close friends
    d. family hx of alcholism
  4. by   KAYBDT6
    [quote=nclexeater;3831152]
    pt was transfered to the pacu following hemorrhoidectomy. what complication shld the nurse asses for

    a. parlytic ileus
    b. pneumonia
    c. thromboembolism
    d. difficult voiding

    which option provide the most reliable information abt desire outcome of a pt with excessive fluid volume
    a. weight
    b. serum electrolyte level
    c. urinalysis
    d. k level

    which adolescent is @ risk for alcoholism
    a. avoid unfamiliar ppl
    b. exhibit rapid mood swing
    c. changes school and misses having close friends
    d. family hx of alcholism
  5. by   KAYBDT6
    You're caring for a pt with newly diagnosed COPD. what activities is the best for these pt
    1- isometric leg exercise
    2- lumbar sacral exerrcise
    3- purse lip breathing
    4- intercostal muscle expansion

    what action will you take first when a see a pt with right pneumothorax
    1- assist the pt to cough and deep breath
    2- administer sedative
    3- prepare to insert chest drainage system
    4- prepare the pt for CT

    what teaching will you give a pt with asthma to reduce exposure to allergy
    1- maintain indoor humidity @ 80%
    2- working outdoor early in the money only
    3- cover pillow cases with plastic
    4- washing sheet % pillow case in cold water
  6. by   arcoiris
    Quote from KAYBDT6
    You're caring for a pt with newly diagnosed COPD. what activities is the best for these pt
    1- isometric leg exercise
    2- lumbar sacral exerrcise
    3- purse lip breathing:heartbeat
    4- intercostal muscle expansion

    what action will you take first when a see a pt with right pneumothorax
    1- assist the pt to cough and deep breath
    2- administer sedative
    3- prepare to insert chest drainage system:heartbeat
    4- prepare the pt for CT

    what teaching will you give a pt with asthma to reduce exposure to allergy
    1- maintain indoor humidity @ 80%
    2- working outdoor early in the money only
    3- cover pillow cases with plastic:heartbeat
    4- washing sheet % pillow case in cold water
    Think those are right.
  7. by   simi001
    you're caring for a pt with newly diagnosed copd. what activities is the best for these pt
    1- isometric leg exercise
    2- lumbar sacral exerrcise
    3- purse lip breathing
    4- intercostal muscle expansion

    what action will you take first when a see a pt with right pneumothorax
    1- assist the pt to cough and deep breath
    2- administer sedative
    3- prepare to insert chest drainage system
    4- prepare the pt for ct

    what teaching will you give a pt with asthma to reduce exposure to allergy
    1- maintain indoor humidity @ 80%
    2- working outdoor early in the money only
    3- cover pillow cases with plastic
    4- washing sheet % pillow case in cold water
  8. by   KAYBDT6
    Quote from simi001

    you're caring for a pt with newly diagnosed copd. what activities is the best for these pt

    1- isometric leg exercise
    2- lumbar sacral exerrcise
    3- purse lip breathing
    4- intercostal muscle expansion

    what action will you take first when a see a pt with right pneumothorax
    1- assist the pt to cough and deep breath
    2- administer sedative
    3- prepare to insert chest drainage system
    4- prepare the pt for ct

    what teaching will you give a pt with asthma to reduce exposure to allergy
    1- maintain indoor humidity @ 80% normal humidity should be 40 -50%
    2- working outdoor early in the money only
    3- cover pillow cases with plastic
    4- washing sheet % pillow case in cold water
    you're doing great simioo1 !!
  9. by   KAYBDT6
    Originally Posted by KAYBDT6
    You're caring for a pt with newly diagnosed COPD. what activities is the best for these pt

    1- isometric leg exercise

    2- lumbar sacral exerrcise

    3- purse lip breathing:heartbeat

    4- intercostal muscle expansion


    what action will you take first when a see a pt with right pneumothorax

    1- assist the pt to cough and deep breath

    2- administer sedative

    3- prepare to insert chest drainage system:heartbeat

    4- prepare the pt for CT


    what teaching will you give a pt with asthma to reduce exposure to allergy

    1- maintain indoor humidity @ 80%

    2- working outdoor early in the money only

    3- cover pillow cases with plastic:heartbeat

    4- washing sheet % pillow case in cold water

    Think those are right.
    Quote from arcoiris
    Think those are right.
  10. by   simi001
    thanx kay i really want to know that how can i get over with this nclex i m really doing very hard work
  11. by   KAYBDT6
    I think you're doing great on the question have thread so far. You need to keep your anxiety under control. Keep doing 75/85 to see how far you can go on NCLEX.
  12. by   simi001
    thanx kay
  13. by   KAYBDT6
    what order will you question for a pt with respiratory failure
    1- oxygen
    2- bronchodilator
    3- sedative
    4- antibiotics

    a pt with positive mantoux test is taking isoniazid. what sx shld the nurse teach the pt to report
    1- pruitus
    2- peripheral edema
    3- sob
    4- ruq abdominal pain

    a pt is suspected of having pulmonary embolism. what sx support these dx. sata
    1- sob
    2- bradycardia
    3- tachycardia
    4- low grade fever
    5- frothy sputum
    6- blood tinged sputum
    7- thick green sputum

    a pt with hx of cancer develop pleural effusion. what dz test should the nurse determine to use for type of effusion
    1- paracentesis
    2- thoracentesis
    3- biopsy
    4- cytogram


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