NCLEX PN Practice Test – Set 4
NCLEX PN Practice Test - Set 4
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A 23-year-old girl arrived in the hospital ICU unit where she was put under Orthopedic Supportive Devices Restraints. Which of the following is not termed as Restraints:
An LPN is assigned to take the vital sign of a 68 –year-old woman. The nurse slaps the woman when she refuses to give her vital signs. On receiving the complaint, the BON initiated disciplinary action. Under which category, this specific action of the nurse is included:
The nurse is counseling a girl who has been physically abused. She is explaining to her about the healing process. Which of the following may not be true about the healing process:
A 65 years old man is admitted to a hospital. The nurse has identified the need for intervention, and she has assigned a UCP to administer enema to the patient. The UCP should:
The employer of a healthcare unit found an LPN with unprofessional conduct, and she was temporarily suspended from her job. Which of the following cannot be termed as unprofessional conduct:
What would be the general waist measurement of an adult that shows he is overweight:
A 30-year-old woman is diagnosed with schizophrenia. The negative symptom of schizophrenia include:
A child is diagnosed with meningitis. The doctor prescribed antibiotics related to penicillin. Which of the following antibiotic is commonly used to treat Meningitis infection:
A child is brought to a hospital with symptoms of bloody stools and vomiting. The diagnosis outcome proves Iron Poisoning. Which of the following treatment is effective in iron poisoning:
A 48-year-old woman is spending her time in a home with Moderately or Low Active physical activities. Which of the following estimated amount of calorie is the right amount for the woman:
A nurse is assigned to an aggressive patient. The below-given principal is not appropriate in managing the aggressive or violent patient:
Who is responsible for providing client-specific delegable tasks that are not under the UCP’s basic training and role description:
A52-year-old man is diagnosed with stomach ulcer caused by an H. pylori infection. The doctor prescribed her a course of 2 antibiotics. Which of the following antibiotic is not generally advised to the patient:
A 35-year-old man, sensitive to asthma, has severe back pain. He buys the over-the-counter drug to ease his pain. But, suddenly, after taking the drug, he experiences difficulties in breathing, triggering Asthma. He visits a health clinic. The nurse informs him that there are painkillers that can affect an Asthmatic patient and trigger Asthma. Which of the following drug is safe for relieving asthmatic conditions?
The role and job duties of Certified Nursing assistants are defined in the health care settings. Which of the following is not the responsibility of a CNA in a health care unit: