Free Physiological Integrity NCLEX-PN Practice Questions
When a Licensed Practical Nurse performs the day to day tasks for enhancing the comfort and care of clients, it comes under the Physiological Integrity topic of NCLEX-PN. The category covers the things that the customers need to overcome their physical issues like consuming food via eternal tubes, walking using a walker, sleep pattern issues, required medication, exercises to keep the body and mind relaxed, and much more.
An efficient Practical Nurse should be able to understand the non-verbal signs of problems caused to the customers and provide apt treatment without causing any delay. These nurses fulfill every day to day task that needs assistance due to health issues or other problems along with the functions like maintaining a supportive environment of the clients.
Topics included in NCLEX-PN Physiological Integrity category are:
- Assistive Devices
- Basic Comfort and Care
- Nutrition and Oral Hydration
- Nonpharmacological Comfort Interventions
- Sleep and Rest
- Personal Hygiene
You can get a better understanding of the topic by attempting free NCLEX-PN practice tests here.
Physiological Integrity NCLEX-PN SET 1
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A 42-year-old woman informs the doctor that she feels extreme weakness, fatigue, and gets sudden pain in legs and lower backs. The medical checkup shows the woman also has low blood pressure and acute adrenal failure (Addisonian crisis). Which of the followings are strong signs and symptoms of Addisonian crisis:
Which of the following is true about the amino acids that are conditionally essential amino acids:
The diagnosis of a 35-year-old woman shows that she has high sugar in her bloodstream. Which of the following plasma glucose level ranges before breakfast (fasting) indicate Diabetes mellitus in the woman:
A 68-year-old man with the cardiac problem is diagnosed with a high risk of stroke. Which of the following medication is mostly recommended for preventing the first stroke:
The diagnosis report of a 57-year-old man shows forming of blood clots. The doctor prescribes blood thinner drugs to prevent forming of blood clots. Which of the following medication is not helpful in preventing blood clots forming:
Which of the following carbohydrates are an example of Disaccharides:
Which of the below statement is not true of ARBs, and ACE inhibitors:
Which of the followings are the cause of Congenital heart blocks:
Which of the following health condition is the cause of metabolic acidosis:
Donated platelets are given to patients who have following medical conditions:
A 72-year-old man has systolic heart failure, and the doctor recommends calcium channel blockers. Which of the following drug is recommended to the patient:
Which of the following is a correct example of Natural polymers:
Carbohydrate is a key form of energy to the body. Which of the following carbs lack nutritional needs, and considered health risks:
An 18-year-old girl with a painful lump arrives in the hospital for checkups. The biopsy and other imaging tests of the girl show development of a soft tissue tumor. Which of the following category of cancer is a lump that arises in supportive and connective tissues:
A blood donor comes to the blood clinic for giving blood. Which of the following statement of donor confidentiality is not correct:
Which of the following condition is termed a serious symptom of Congestive heart failure (CHF):
Which of the following is the severe complication of Dehydration:
Which of the following foods are termed a healthy food for Type 2 diabetes:
The evaluation of medical and psychiatric history and physical examination of a 30-year-old woman shows that she has general anxiety disorders (GAD). The psychologist recommends her Antidepressants, a class of benzodiazepines for a short-term. Which of the following medication can safely be taken without any fear of addiction or habit-forming:
Which of the following mental illness commonly develops at infancy or during early childhood: