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SNA January Meeting NCLEX Questions

Quiz by Katelyn Malinis

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  • Q1

    The nurse is preparing to discharge a patient with chronic low back pain. Which statement by the patient indicates that additional teaching is necessary?

    “I will avoid exercise because the pain gets worse.”

    “I will use heat or ice to help control the pain.”

    “I will not wear high-heeled shoes at home or work.”

    “I will purchase a firm mattress to replace my old one.”

  • Q2

    Which patient should you, as charge nurse, assign to a new graduate RN who is orienting to the neurologic unit?

    A 28-year-old newly admitted patient with spinal cord injury

    A 67-year-old patient with stroke 3 days ago and left-sided weakness

    An 85-year-old dementia patient to be transferred to long-term care today

    A 54-year-old patient with Parkinson’s who needs assistance with bathing.

  • Q3

    You are providing care for a patient with an acute hemorrhage stroke. The patient’s husband has been reading a lot about strokes and asks why his wife did not receive alteplase. What is your best response?

    “Your wife was not admitted within the time frame that alteplase is usually given.”

    “This drug is used primarily for patients who experience an acute heart attack.”

    “Alteplase dissolves clots and may cause more bleeding into your wife’s brain.”

    “Your wife had gallbladder surgery just 6 months ago and this prevents the use of alteplase."

  • Q4

    Which of the following conditions most commonly results in CAD?




    Renal failure

  • Q5

    Which of the following is the most common symptom of myocardial infarction?




    Chest pain

  • Q6

    Which of the following blood tests is most indicative of cardiac damage?

    Lactate dehydrogenase

    Complete blood count

    Troponin I

    Creatine kinase

  • Q7

    The client with a history of diabetes insipidus is admitted with polyuria, polydipsia, and mental confusion. The priority intervention for this client is:

    Measure the urinary output

    Check the vital signs

    Encourage increased fluid intake

    Weigh the client

  • Q8

    A client with Addison’s disease has been admitted with a history of nausea and vomiting for the past 3 days. The client is receiving IV glucocorticoids (Solu-Medrol). Which of the following interventions would the nurse implement?

    Daily weights

    Intake/output measurements

    Sodium and potassium levels monitored

    Glucometer readings as ordered


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