placeholder image to represent content

Nursing 1130- Fluid & Electrolytes

Quiz by Tutoring Services

Feel free to use or edit a copy

includes Teacher and Student dashboards

Measure skills
from any curriculum

Tag the questions with any skills you have. Your dashboard will track each student's mastery of each skill.

With a free account, teachers can
  • edit the questions
  • save a copy for later
  • start a class game
  • automatically assign follow-up activities based on students’ scores
  • assign as homework
  • share a link with colleagues
  • print as a bubble sheet

Our brand new solo games combine with your quiz, on the same screen

Correct quiz answers unlock more play!

New Quizalize solo game modes
9 questions
Show answers
  • Q1
    If you were walking across the Sahara Desert with an empty canteen, the amount of ADH secreted would most likely:
    decrease
    have no effect
    increase
    Stay the same
    30s
  • Q2
    Giving a hypertonic IV solution to a patient may cause too much fluid to be
    pulled from the cells into the bloodstream, which may cause the cells to increase in size
    pulled from the cells into the bloodstream, causing the cells to shrink
    pulled out of the bloodstream into the cells
    pushed out of the bloodstream into the extravascular spaces
    30s
  • Q3
    A patient comes into the ER with severe burns. The nurse knows to expect the patient to be at risk for which electrolyte imbalance?
    hyperkalemia
    hypomagnesemia
    hypernatremia
    hypocalcemia
    30s
  • Q4
    Populations at risk for dehydration include:
    patients with SIADH
    young adults
    adolesents
    infants
    30s
  • Q5
    What is the priority nursing intervention for a patient who has been diagnosed with hypovolemic shock?
    prepare for surgery
    administer IV fluids
    obtain electrolyte labs
    assess for dehydration
    30s
  • Q6
    One sign of hypervolemia is
    a rapid, bound pulse
    clear, watery sputum
    increased urine output.
    severe hypertension
    30s
  • Q7
    You're teaching a patient with hypernatremia that he needs to restrict daily intake of sodium. which foods high in sodium should you tell him to avoid?
    canned soups, ketchup, and cheese
    bananas, peaches, and broccoli
    milk, nuts, liver
    red meat, chicken, and pork
    30s
  • Q8
    Which of the following disorders would cause hyponatremia?
    dementia
    hyperthyroidism
    heart failure
    SIADH
    30s
  • Q9
    A patient at the doctor's office for an anual check-up has been told to watch their sodium intake. Which of the following statements would tell the nurse that the patient needs more education about how to maintain electrolyte levels?
    "I can take antacids as frequently as I want for heartburn or nausea."
    "I should take my diuretic in the morning, but stay hydrated throughout the day."
    "Switching to salt substitutes might cause an electrolyte imbalance."
    "When I eat canned vegetables, I should rinse them in cool water before cooking them."
    30s

Teachers give this quiz to your class