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Situation – Richard has a nursing diagnosis of ineffective airway clearance related to excessive secretions and is at risk for infection because of retained secretions. Part of Nurse Mario’s nursing care plan is to loosen and remove excessive secretions in the airway.

Mario listens to Richard’s bilateral sounds and finds that congestion is in the upper lobes of the lungs. The appropriate position to drain the anterior and posterior apical segments of the lungs when Mario does percussion would be:

A. Client lying on his back then flat on his abdomen on Trendelenburg position
B. Client seated upright in bed or on a chair then leaning forward in sitting position then flat on his back and on his abdomen
C. Client lying flat on his back and then flat on his abdomen
D. Client lying on his right then left side on Trendelenburg position

When documenting outcome of Richard’s treatment Mario should include the following in his recording EXCEPT:

A. Color, amount and consistency of sputum
B. Character of breath sounds and respiratory rate before and after procedure
C. Amount of fluid intake of client before and after the procedure
D. Significant changes in vital signs

When assessing Richard for chest percussion or chest vibration and postural drainage, Mario would focus on the following EXCEPT:

A. Amount of food and fluid taken during the last meal before treatment
B. Respiratory rate, breath sounds and location of congestion
C. Teaching the client’s relatives to perform the procedure
D. Doctor’s order regarding position restrictions and client’s tolerance for lying flat

Mario prepares Richard for postural drainage and percussion. Which of the following is a special consideration when doing the procedure?

A. Respiratory rate of 16 to 20 per minute
B. Client can tolerate sitting and lying positions
C. Client has no signs of infection
D. Time of last food and fluid intake of the client

The purpose of chest percussion and vibration is to loosen secretions in the lungs. The difference between the procedures is:

A. Percussion uses only one hand while vibration uses both hands
B. Percussion delivers cushioned blows to the chest with cupped palms while vibration gently shakes secretion loose on the exhalation cycle
C. In both percussion and vibration the hands are on top of each other and hand action is in tune with client’s breath rhythm
D. Percussion slaps the chest to loosen secretions while vibration shakes the secretions along with the inhalation of air

Situation – A 61 year old man, Mr. Regalado, is admitted to the private ward for observation after complaints of severe chest pain. You are assigned to take care of the client.

When doing an initial assessment, the best way for you to identify the client’s priority problem is to:

A. Interview the client for chief complaints and other symptoms
B. Talk to the relatives to gather data about history of illness
C. Do auscultation to check for chest congestion
D. Do a physical examination while asking the client relevant questions

Nancy blames God for her situation. She is easily provoked to tears and wants to be left alone, refusing to eat or talk to her family. A religious person before, she now refuses to pray or go to church stating that God has abandoned her. The nurse understands that Nancy is grieving for her self and is in the stage of:

A. bargaining
B. denial
C. anger
D. acceptance

Which of the following ethical principles refers to the duty to do good?

A. Beneficence
B. Fidelity
C. Veracity
D. Nonmaleficence

During which step of the nursing process does the nurse analyze data related to the patient's health status?

A. Assessment
B. Implementation
C. Diagnosis
D. Evaluation

The basic difference between nursing diagnoses and collaborative problems is that

A. nurses manage collaborative problems using physician-prescribed interventions.
B. collaborative problems can be managed by independent nursing interventions.
C. nursing diagnoses incorporate physician-prescribed interventions.
D. nursing diagnoses incorporate physiologic complications that nurses monitor to detect change in status.

Situation – Mrs. Seva, 52 years old, asks you about possible problems regarding her elimination now that she is in the menopausal stage.

Instruction on health promotion regarding urinary elimination is important. Which would you include?

A. Hold urine as long as she can before emptying the bladder to strengthen her sphincter muscles
B. If burning sensation is experienced while voiding, drink pineapple juice
C. After urination, wipe from anal area up towards the pubis
D. Tell client to empty the bladder at each voiding

Mrs. Seva also tells the nurse that she is often constipated. Because she is aging, what physical changes predispose her to constipation?

A. inhibition of the parasympathetic reflex
B. weakness of sphincter muscles of anus
C. loss of tone of the smooth muscles of the colon
D. decreased ability to absorb fluids in the lower intestines

The nurse understands that one of these factors contributes to constipation:

A. excessive exercise
B. high fiber diet
C. no regular time for defecation daily
D. prolonged use of laxatives

You will do nasopharyngeal suctioning on Mr. Abad. Your guide for the length of insertion of the tubing for an adult would be:

A. tip of the nose to the base of the neck
B. the distance from the tip of the nose to the middle of the neck
C. the distance from the tip of the nose to the tip of the ear lobe
D. eight to ten inches

situation– Mr. Dizon, 84 years old, brought to the Emergency Room for complaint of hypertension, flushed face, severe headache, and nausea. You are doing the initial assessment of vital signs.

You are to measure the client’s initial blood pressure reading by doing all of the following EXCEPT:

A. Take the blood pressure reading on both arms for comparison
B. Listen to and identify the phases of Korotkoff’s sound
C. Pump the cuff to around 50 mmHg above the point where the pulse is obliterated
D. Observe procedures for infection control

A pulse oximeter is attached to Mr. Dizon’s finger to:

A. Determine if the client’s hemoglobin level is low and if he needs blood transfusion
B. Check level of client’s tissue perfusion
C. Measure the efficacy of the client’s anti-hypertensive medications
D. Detect oxygen saturation of arterial blood before symptoms of hypoxemia develops

In which type of shock does the patient experiences a mismatch of blood flow to the cells?

A. Distributive
B. Cardiogenic

C. Hypovolemic
D. Septic

The preferred route of administration of medication in the most acute care situations is which of the following routes?

A. Intravenous
B. Epidural
C. Subcutaneous
D. Intramuscular

After a few hours in the Emergency Room, Mr. Dizon is admitted to the ward with an order of hourly monitoring of blood pressure. The nurse finds that the cuff is too narrow and this will cause the blood pressure reading to be:

A. inconsistent
B. low systolic and high diastolic
C. higher than what the reading should be
D. lower than what the reading should be

Through the client’s health history, you gather that Mr. Dizon smokes and drinks coffee. When taking the blood pressure of a client who recently smoked or drank coffee, how long should the nurse wait before taking the client’s blood pressure for accurate reading?

A. 15 minutes
B. 30 minutes
C. 1 hour
D. 5 minutes

While the client has pulse oximeter on his fingertip, you notice that the sunlight is shining on the area where the oximeter is. Your action will be to:

A. Set and turn on the alarm of the oximeter
B. Do nothing since there is no identified problem
C. Cover the fingertip sensor with a towel or bedsheet
D. Change the location of the sensor every four hours

When taking blood pressure reading the cuff should be:

A. deflated fully then immediately start second reading for same client
B. deflated quickly after inflating up to 180 mmHg
C. large enough to wrap around upper arm of the adult client 1 cm above brachial artery
D. inflated to 30 mmHg above the estimated systolic BP based on palpation of radial or bronchial artery

To ensure client safety before starting blood transfusions the following are needed before the procedure can be done EXCEPT:

A. take baseline vital signs
B. blood should be warmed to room temperature for 30 minutes before blood transfusions is administered
C. have two nurses verify client identification, blood type, unit number and expiration date of blood
D. get consent signed for blood transfusion

Mr. Bruno asks what the “normal” allowable salt intake is. Your best response to Mr. Bruno is:

A. 1 tsp of salt/day with iodine and sprinkle of MSG
B. 5 gms per day or 1 tsp of table salt/day
C. 1 tbsp of salt/day with some patis and toyo
D. 1 tsp of salt/day but no patis and toyo

Which of the following methods is the best method for determining nasogastric tube placement in the stomach?

A. X-ray
B. Observation of gastric aspirate
C. Testing of pH of gastric aspirate
D. Placement of external end of tube under water

Which of the following is the most important risk factor for development of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease?

A. Cigarette smoking
B. Occupational exposure
C. Air pollution
D. Genetic abnormalities

When performing endotracheal suctioning, the nurse applies suctioning while withdrawing and gently rotating the catheter 360 degrees for which of the following time periods?

A. 10-15 seconds
B. 30-35 seconds
C. 20-25 seconds
D. 0-5 seconds

The nurse auscultates the apex beat at which of the following anatomical locations?

A. Fifth intercostal space, midclavicular line
B. Mid-sternum
C. 2” to the left of the lower end of the sternum
D. 1” to the left of the xiphoid process

Which of the following terms describes the amount of blood ejected per heartbeat?

A. Stroke volume
B. Cardiac output
C. Ejection fraction
D. Afterload

You are to apply a transdermal patch of nitoglycerin to your client. The following are important guidelines to observe EXCEPT:

A. Apply to hairless clean area of the skin not subject to much wrinkling
B. Patches may be applied to distal part of the extremities like forearm
C. Change application and site regularly to prevent irritation of the skin
D. Wear gloves to avoid any medication on your hand

The GAUGE size in ET tubes determines:

A. The external circumference of the tube
B. The internal diameter of the tube
C. The length of the tube
D. The tube’s volumetric capacity

The nurse is correct in performing suctioning when she applies the suction intermittently during:

A. Insertion of the suction catheter
B. Withdrawing of the suction catheter
C. both insertion and withdrawing of the suction catheter
D. When the suction catheter tip reaches the bifurcation of the trachea

The purpose of the cuff in Tracheostomy tube is to:

A. Separate the upper and lower airway
B. Separate trachea from the esophagus
C. Separate the larynx from the nasopharynx
D. Secure the placement of the tube

Which priority nursing diagnosis is applicable for a patient with indwelling urinary catheter?

A. Self esteem disturbance
B. Impaired urinary elimination
C. Impaired skin integrity
D. Risk for infection

An incontinent elderly client frequently wets his bed and eventually develop redness and skin excoriation at the perianal area. The best nursing goal for this client is to:

A. Make sure that the bed linen is always dry
B. Frequently check the bed for wetness and always keep it dry
C. Place a rubber sheet under the client’s buttocks
D. Keep the patient clean and dry

As a Nurse Manager, DMLM enjoys her staff of talented and self motivated individuals. She knew that the leadership style to suit the needs of this kind of people is called:

A. Autocratic
B. Participative
C. Democratic
D. Laissez Faire

A fire has broken in the unit of DMLM R.N. The best leadership style suited in cases of emergencies like this is:

A. Autocratic
B. Participative
C. Democratic
E. Laissez Faire

Which step of the management process is concerned with Policy making and Stating the goals and objective of the institution?

A. Planning
B. Organizing
C. Directing
D. Controlling

In the management process, the periodic checking of the results of action to make sure that it coincides with the goal of the institution is termed as:

A. Planning
B. Evaluating
C. Directing
D. Organizing

The Vision of a certain agency is usually based on their beliefs, Ideals and Values that directs the organization. It gives the organization a sense of purpose. The belief, Ideals and Values of this Agency is called:

A. Philosophy
B. Mission
C. Vision
D. Goals and Objectives

Mr. CKK is unconscious and was brought to the E.R. Who among the following can give consent for CKK’s Operation?

A. Doctor
B. Nurse
C. Next of Kin
D. The Patient

Mang Carlos has been terminally ill for 5 years. He asked his wife to decide for him when he is no longer capable to do so. As a Nurse, You know that this is called:

A. Last will and testament
C. Living will
D. Durable Power of Attorney

Mang Carlos has a standing DNR order. He then suddenly stopped breathing and you are at his bedside. You would:

A. Give extraordinary measures to save Mang Carlos
B. Stay with Mang Carlos and Do nothing
C. Call the physician
D. Activate Code Blue

It is not a legally binding document but nevertheless, Very important in caring for the patients.

A. BON Resolution No. 220 Series of 2002
B. Patient’s Bill of Rights
C. Nurse’s Code of Ethics
D. Philippine Nursing Act of 2002

In monitoring the patient in PACU, the nurse correctly identify that checking the patient’s vital signs is done every:

A. 1 hour
B. 5 minutes
C. 15 minutes
D. 30 minutes

diannemayde R.N is conducting a research on her unit about the effects of effective nurse-patient communication in decreasing anxiety of post operative patients. Which of the following step in nursing research should she do next?

A. Review of related literature
B. Ask permission from the hospital administrator
C. Determine the research problem
D. Formulate ways on collecting the data

Before diannemaydee perform the formal research study, what do you call the pre testing, small scale trial run to determine the effectiveness of data collection and methodological problem that might be encountered?

A. Sampling
B. Pre testing
C. Pre Study
E. Pilot Study

On the study “effects of effective nurse-patient communication in decreasing anxiety of post operative patients” What is the Independent variable?

A. Effective Nurse-patient communication
B. Communication
C. Decreasing Anxiety
D. Post operative patient

On the study “effects of effective nurse-patient communication in decreasing anxiety of post operative patients” What is the Dependent variable?

A. Effective Nurse-patient communication
B. Communication
C. Anxiety level
D. Post operative patient

In the recent technological innovations, which of the following describe researches that are made to improve and make human life easier?

A. Pure research
B. Basic research
C. Applied research
D. Experimental research

Which of the following is not true about a Pure Experimental research?

A. There is a control group
B. There is an experimental group
C. Selection of subjects in the control group is randomized
D. There is a careful selection of subjects in the experimental group

When Mrs. Guevarra, a nurse, delegates aspects of the clients care to the nurse-aide who is an unlicensed staff, Mrs. Guevarra

A. makes the assignment to teach the staff member
B. is assigning the responsibility to the aide but not the accountability for those tasks
C. does not have to supervise or evaluate the aide
D. most know how to perform task delegated

Process of formal negotiations of working conditions between a group of registered nurses and employer is

A. grievance
B. arbitration
C. collective bargaining
D. strike

You are attending a certification on cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) offered and required by the hospital employing you. This is

A. professional course towards credits
B. inservice education
C. advance training
D. continuing education

The law which regulated the practice of nursing profession in the Philippines is:

A. R.A 9173
B. LOI 949
C. Patient’s Bill of Rights
E. Code of Ethics for Nurses

This quality is being demonstrated by a Nurse who raise the side rails of a confuse and disoriented patient?

A. Autonomy
B. Responsibility
C. Prudence
D. Resourcefulness

Nurse Joel and Ana is helping a 16 year old Nursing Student in a case filed against the student. The case was frustrated homicide. Nurse Joel and Ana are aware of the different circumstances of crimes. They are correct in identifying which of the following Circumstances that will be best applied in this case?

A. Justifying
B. Aggravating
C. Mitigating
D. Exempting

In signing the consent form, the nurse is aware that what is being observed as an ethical consideration is the patient’s

A. Autonomy
B. Justice
C. Accountability
D. Beneficence

Why is there an ethical dilemma?

A. Because the law do not clearly state what is right from what is wrong
B. Because morality is subjective and it differs from each individual
C. Because the patient’s right coincide with the nurse’s responsibility
D. Because the nurse lacks ethical knowledge to determine what action is correct and what action is unethical

Who among the following can work as a practicing nurse in the Philippines without taking the Licensure examination?

A. Internationally well known experts which services are for a fee
B. Those that are hired by local hospitals in the country
C. Expert nurse clinicians hired by prestigious hospitals
D. Those involved in medical mission who’s services are for free

In signing the consent form, the nurse is aware that what is being observed as an ethical consideration is the patient’s

A. Autonomy
B. Justice
C. Accountability
D. Beneficence

Nurse Buddy gave Inapsine instead of Insulin to a patient in severe hyperglycemia. He reported the incident as soon as he knew there was an error. A nurse that is always ready to answer for all his actions and decision is said to be:

A. Accountable
B. Responsible
C. Critical thinker
D. Assertive

Which of the following best describes Primary Nursing?

A. Is a form of assigning a nurse to lead a team of registered nurses in care of patient from admission to discharge
B. A nurse is responsible in doing certain tasks for the patient
C. A registered nurse is responsible for a group of patients from admission to discharge
D. A registered nurse provides care for the patient with the assistant of nursing aides

The best and most effective method in times of staff and financial shortage is:

A. Functional Method
B. Primary Nursing
C. Team Nursing
E. Modular Method

You are doing bed bath to the client when suddenly, The nursing assistant rushed to the room and tell you that the client from the other room was in Pain. The best intervention in such case is:

A. Raise the side rails, cover the client and put the call bell within reach and then attend to the client in pain to give the PRN medication
B. Tell the nursing assistant to give the pain medication to the client complaining of pain
C. Tell the nursing assistant to go the client’s room and tell the client to wait
D. Finish the bed bath quickly then rush to the client in Pain

Angie is a disoriented client who frequently falls from the bed. As her nurse, which of the following is the best nursing intervention to prevent future falls?

A. Tell Angie not to get up from bed unassisted
B. Put the call bell within her reach
C. Put bedside commode at the bedside to prevent Angie from getting up
D. Put the bed in the lowest position ever

When injecting subcutaneous injection in an obese patient, It should be angled at around:

A. 45 °
B. 90 °
C. 180 °
D. Parallel to the skin

The following statements are all true about Z-Track technique except:

A. Z track injection prevent irritation of the subcutaneous tissues
B. The technique involve creating a Zig Zag like pattern of medication
C. It forces the medication to be contained at the subcutaneous tissues
D. It is used when administering Parenteral Iron

Communication is best undertaken if barriers are first removed. Considering this statement, which of the following is considered as deterrent factor in communication?

A. Not universally accepted abbreviations
B. Wrong Grammar
C. Poor Penmanship
D. Old age of the client

Nurse DMLM is correct in identifying the correct sequence of events during abdominal assessment if she identifies which of the following?

A. Inspection, Auscultation, Percussion, Palpation
B. Inspection, Percussion, Palpation, Auscultation
C. Inspection, Palpation, Percussion, Auscultation
D. Inspection, Auscultation, Palpation, Percussion

233. To prevent injury and strain on the muscles, the nurse should observe proper body mechanics. Among the following, which is a principle of proper body mechanics?

A. Broaden the space between the feet
B. Push instead of pull
C. Move the object away from the body when lifting
D. Bend at the waist, not on the knees

234. In taking the client’s blood pressure, the nurse should position the client’s arm:

A. At the level of the heart
B. Slightly above the level of the heart
C. At the 5th intercostals space midclavicular line
D. Below the level of the heart

What principle is used when the client with fever loses heat through giving cooling bed bath to lower body temperature?

A. Radiation
B. Convection
C. Evaporation
D. Conduction

The most effective way in limiting the number of microorganism in the hospital is:

A. Using strict aseptic technique in all procedures
B. Wearing mask and gown in care of all patients with communicable diseases
C. Sterilization of all instruments
D. Handwashing

The immunoglobulin of the mother that crosses the placenta to protect the child is an example of:

A. Natural active immunity
B. Natural passive immunity
C. Artificial active immunity
D. Artificial passive immunity

Richard is a subject of a research lead by his doctor. The nurse knows that all of the following is a correct understanding as his right as a research subject except:

A. I can withdraw with this research even after the research has been started
B. My confidentiality will not be compromised in this research
C. I must choose another doctor if I withdrew from this research
D. I can withdraw with this research before the research has been started

Which of the following is a normal finding during assessment of a Chest tube in a 3 way bottle system?

A. There is a continuous bubbling in the drainage bottle
B. There is an intermittent bubbling in the suction control bottle
C. The water fluctuates during inhalation of the patient
D. There is 3 cm of water left in the water seal bottle

In obtaining a urine specimen for culture and sensitivity on a catheterized patient, the nurse is correct if:

A. Clamp the catheter for 30 minutes, Alcoholize the tube above the clamp site, Obtain a sterile syringe and draw the specimen on the tube above the clamp
B. Alcoholize the self sealing port, obtain a sterile syringe and draw the specimen on the self sealing port
C. Disconnect the drainage bag, obtain a sterile syringe and draw the specimen from the drainage bag
D. Disconnect the tube, obtain a sterile syringe and draw the specimen from the tube

Which of the following is an example of secondary prevention?

A. Teaching the diabetic client on obtaining his blood sugar level using a glucometer
B. Screening patients for hypertension
C. Immunizing infants with BCG
D. Providing PPD on a construction site

Which of the following is a form of primary prevention?

A. Regular Check ups
B. Regular Screening
C. Self Medication
D. Immunization

An abnormal condition in which a person must sit, stand or use multiple pillows when lying down is:

A. Orthopnea
B. Dyspnea
C. Eupnea
D. Apnea

As a nurse assigned for care for geriatric patients, you need to frequently assess your patient using the nursing process. Which of the following needs be considered with the highest priority?

A. Patients own feeling about his illness
B. Safety of the client especially those elderly clients who frequently falls
C. Nutritional status of the elderly client
D. Physiologic needs that are life threatening

The component that should receive the highest priority before physical examination is the:

A. Psychological preparation of the client
B. Physical Preparation of the client
C. Preparation of the Environment
D. Preparation of the Equipments

Legally, Patients chart are:

A. Owned by the government since it is a legal document
B. Owned by the doctor in charge and should be kept from the administrator for whatever reason
C. Owned by the hospital and should not be given to anyone who request it other than the doctor in charge
D. Owned by the patient and should be given by the nurse to the client as requested

Which of the following categories identifies the focus of community/public health nursing practice?

A. Promoting and maintaining the health of populations and preventing and minimizing the progress of disease
B. Rehabilitation and restorative services
C. Adaptation of hospital care to the home environment
D. Hospice care delivery

A major goal for home care nurses is

A. restoring maximum health function.
B. promoting the health of populations.
C. minimizing the progress of disease.
D. maintaining the health of populations.

A written nursing care plan is a tool that:

A. Check whether nursing care goals were achieved
B. Gives quality nursing care
C. Select the appropriate nursing intervention
D. Make a nursing diagnosis

Gina, A client in prolong labor said she cannot go on anymore. The health care team decided that both the child and the mother cannot anymore endure the process. The baby is premature and has a little chance of surviving. Caesarian section is not possible because Gina already lost enough blood during labor and additional losses would tend to be fatal. The husband decided that Gina should survive and gave his consent to terminate the fetus. The principle that will be used by the health care team is:

A. Beneficence
B. Non malfeasance
C. Justice
D. Double effect

Situation – There are various developments in health education that the nurse should know about:

The provision of health information in the rural areas nationwide through television and radio programs and video conferencing is referred to as:

A. Community health program
B. Telehealth program
C. Wellness program
D. Red Cross program

In teaching the sister of a diabetic client about the proper use of a glucometer in determining the blood sugar level of the client, The nurse is focusing in which domain of learning according to bloom?

A. Cognitive
B. Affective
C. Psychomotor
D. Affiliative

A nearby community provides blood pressure screening, height and weight measurement, smoking cessation classes and aerobics class services. This type of program is referred to as

A. outreach program
B. hospital extension program
C. barangay health program
D. wellness program

After cleaning the abrasions and applying antiseptic, the nurse applies cold compress to the swollen ankle as ordered by the physician. This statement shows that the nurse has correct understanding of the use of cold compress:

A. Cold compress reduces blood viscosity in the affected area
B. It is safer to apply than hot compress
C. Cold compress prevents edema and reduces pain
D. It eliminates toxic waste products due to vasodilation

After receiving prescription for pain medication, Ronnie is instructed to continue applying 30 minute cold at home and start 30 minute hot compress the next day. You explain that the use of hot compress:

A. Produces anesthetic effect
B. Increases nutrition in the blood to promote wound healing
C. Increase oxygenation to the injured tissues for better healing
D. Induces vasoconstriction to prevent infection

Situation – A nursing professor assigns a group of students to do data gathering by interviewing their classmates as subjects.

She instructed the interviewees not to tell the interviewees that the data gathered are for her own research project for publication. This teacher has violated the student’s right to:

A. Not be harmed
B. Disclosure
C. Privacy
D. Self-determination

Before the nurse researcher starts her study, she analyzes how much time, money, materials and people she will need to complete the research project. This analysis prior to beginning the study is called:

A. Validity
B. Feasibility
C. Reliability
D. Researchability

Data analysis is to be done and the nurse researcher wants to include variability. These include the following EXCEPT:

A. Variance
B. Range
C. Standards of Deviation
D. Mean

Nurse Minette needs to schedule a first home visit to OB client Leah. When is a first home-care visit typically made?

A. Within 4 days after discharge
B. Within 24 hours after discharge
C. Within 1 hour after discharge
D. Within 1 week of discharge

By force of law, therefore, the PRC-Board of Nursing released Resolution No. 14 Series of 1999 entitled: “Adoption of a Nursing Specialty Certification Program and Creation of Nursing Specialty Certification Council.” This rule-making power is called:

A. Quasi-Judicial Power
B. Regulatory Power
C. Quasi-Legislative Power
D. Executive/Promulgating Power

Anita is performing BSE and she stands in front of the Mirror. The rationale for standing in front of the mirror is to check for:

A. Unusual discharges coming out from the breast
B. Any obvious malignancy
C. The Size and Contour of the breast
D. Thickness and lumps in the breast

An emerging technique in screening for Breast Cancer in developing countries like the Philippines is:

A. Mammography once a year starting at the age of 50
B. Clinical BSE Once a year
C. BSE Once a month
D. Pap smear starting at the age of 18 or earlier if sexually active

Transmission of HIV from an infected individual to another person occurs:

A. Most frequently in nurses with needlesticks
B. Only if there is a large viral load in the blood
C. Most commonly as a result of sexual contact
D. In all infants born to women with HIV infection

After a vaginal examination, the nurse determines that the client’s fetus is in an occiput posterior position. The nurse would anticipate that the client will have:

A. A precipitous birth
B. Intense back pain
C. Frequent leg cramps
D. Nausea and vomiting

The rationales for using a prostaglandin gel for a client prior to the induction of labor is to:

A. Soften and efface the cervix
B. Numb cervical pain receptors
C. Prevent cervical lacerations
D. Stimulate uterine contractions

Nurse Lorena is a Family Planning and Infertility Nurse Specialist and currently attends to FAMILY PLANNING CLIENTS AND INFERTILE COUPLES. The following conditions pertain to meeting the nursing needs of this particular population group.

Dina, 17 years old, asks you how a tubal ligation prevents pregnancy. Which would be the best answer?

A. Prostaglandins released from the cut fallopian tubes can kill sperm
B. Sperm can not enter the uterus because the cervical entrance is blocked.
C. Sperm can no longer reach the ova, because the fallopian tubes are blocked
D. The ovary no longer releases ova as there is no where for them to go.

The Dators are a couple undergoing testing for infertility. Infertility is said to exist when:

A. a woman has no uterus
B. a woman has no children
C. a couple has been trying to conceive for 1 year
D. a couple has wanted a child for 6 months

The correct temperature to store vaccines in a refrigerator is:

A. between -4 deg C and +8 deg C
B. between 2 deg C and +8 deg C
C. between -8 deg C and 0 deg C
D. between -8 deg C and +4 deg C

Which of the following vaccines is not done by intramuscular (IM) injection?

A. Measles vaccine
C. Hepa-B vaccine
D. Tetanus toxoids

This vaccine content is derived from RNA recombinants.

A. Measles
B. Tetanus toxoids
C. Hepatitis B vaccines

This special form is used when the patient is admitted to the unit. The nurse completes the information in this record particularly his/her basic personal data, current illness, previous health history, health history of the family, emotional profile, environmental history as well as physical assessment together with nursing diagnosis on admission. What do you call this record?

A. Nursing Kardex
B. Nursing Health History and Assessment Worksheet
C. Medicine and Treatment Record
D. Discharge Summary

These are sheets/forms which provide an efficient and time saving way to record information that must be obtained repeatedly at regular and/or short intervals of time. This does not replace the progress notes; instead this record of information on vital signs, intake and output, treatment, postoperative care, post partum care, and diabetic regimen, etc. This is used whenever specific measurements or observations are needed to be documented repeatedly. What is this?

A. Nursing Kardex
B. Graphic Flow Sheets
C. Discharge Summary
D. Medicine and Treatment Record
These records show all medications and treatment provided on a repeated basis. What do you call this record?

A. Nursing Health History and Assessment Worksheet
B. Discharge Summary
C. Nursing Kardex
D. Medicine and Treatment Record

This flip-over card is usually kept in a portable file at the Nurse’s Station. It has 2-parts: the activity and treatment section and a nursing care plan section. This carries information about basic demographic data, primary medical diagnosis, current orders of the physician to be carried out by the nurse, written nursing care plan, nursing orders, scheduled tests and procedures, safety precautions in patient care and factors related to daily living activities. This record is used in the charge-of-shift reports or during the bedside rounds or walking rounds. What record is this?

A. Discharge Summary
B. Medicine and Treatment Record
C. Nursing Health History and Assessment Worksheet
D. Nursing Kardex

Most nurses regard this conventional recording of the date, time, and mode by which the patient leaves a healthcare unit but this record includes importantly, directs of planning for discharge that starts soon after the person is admitted to a healthcare institution. It is accepted that collaboration or multidisciplinary involvement (of all members of the health team) in discharge results in comprehensive care. What do you call this?

A. Discharge Summary
B. Nursing Kardex
C. Medicine and Treatment Record
D. Nursing Health History and Assessment Worksheet

Based on the Code of Ethics for Filipino Nurses, what is regarded as the hallmark of nursing responsibility and accountability?

A. Human rights of clients, regardless of creed and gender
B. The privilege of being a registered professional nurses
C. Health, being a fundamental right of every individual
D. Accurate documentation of actions and outcomes

A nurse should be cognizant that professional programs for specialty certification by the Board of Nursing accredited through the:

A. Professional Regulation Commission
B. Nursing Specialty Certification Council
C. Association of Deans of Philippine Colleges of Nursing
D. Philippine Nurse Association

Integrated management for childhood illness is the universal protocol of care endorsed by WHO and is use by different countries of the world including the Philippines. In any case that the nurse classifies the child and categorized the signs and symptoms in PINK category, You know that this means:

A. Urgent referral
B. Antibiotic Management
C. Home treatment
D. Out patient treatment facility is needed

You know that fast breathing of a child age 13 months is observed if the RR is more than:

A. 40
B. 50
C. 60
D. 30

Angelo, An 8 month old child is brought to the health care facility with sunken eyes. You pinch his skin and it goes back very slowly. In what classification of dehydration will you categorize Angelo?

A. No Dehydration
B. Some Dehydration
C. Severe Dehydration
D. Diarrhea

In responding to the care concerns of children with severe disease, referral to the hospital is of the essence especially if the child manifests which of the following?

A. Wheezing
B. Stop feeding well
C. Fast breathing
D. Difficulty to awaken

A child with ear problem should be assessed for the following, EXCEPT:

A. is there any fever?
B. Ear discharge
C. If discharge is present for how long?
D. Ear pain

If the child does not have ear problem, using IMCI, what should you as the nurse do?

A. Check for ear discharge
B. Check for tender swellings behind the ear
C. Check for ear pain
D. Go to the next question, check for malnutrition

All of the following are treatment for a child classified with no dehydration except:

A. 1,000 ml to 1,400 ml be given within 4 hours
B. Continue feeding
C. Have the child takes as much fluid as he wants
D. Return the child to the doctor if condition worsens

An ear infection that persists but still less than 14 days is classified as:

A. Mastoiditis
B. Chronic Ear Infection
C. Acute Ear Infection
D. Otitis Media

If a child has two or more pink signs, you would classify the child as having:

A. No disease
B. Mild form of disease
C. Urgent Referral
D. Very severe disease

The nurse knows that the most common complication of Measles is:

A Pneumonia and larynigotracheitis
B. Encephalitis
C. Otitis Media
D. Bronchiectasis

A client scheduled for hysterosalpingography needs health teaching before the procedure. The nurse is correct in telling the patient that:

A. She needs to void prior to the procedure
B. A full bladder is needed prior to the procedure
C. Painful sensation is felt as the needle is inserted
D. Flushing sensation is felt as the dye in injected

In a population of 9,500. What is your estimate of the population of pregnant woman needing tetanus toxoid vaccination?

A. 632.5
B. 512.5
C. 450.5
D. 332.5

All of the following are seen in a child with measles. Which one is not?

A. Reddened eyes
B. Coryza
C. Pustule
D. Cough

Mobilizing the people to become aware of their own problem and to do actions to solve it is called:

A. Community Organizing
B. Family Nursing Care Plan
C. Nursing Intervention
D. Nursing Process

Prevention of work related accidents in factories and industries are responsibilities of which field of nursing?

A. School health nursing
B. Private duty nursing
C. Occupational health nursing
D. Institutional nursing

In one of your home visit to Mr. JUN, you found out that his son is sick with cholera. There is a great possibility that other member of the family will also get cholera. This possibility is a/an:

A. Foreseeable crisis
B. Health threat
C. Health deficit
D. Crisis

Why is bleeding in the leg of a pregnant woman considered as an emergency?

A. Blood volume is greater in pregnant woman; therefore, blood loss is increased
B. There is an increase blood pressure during pregnancy increasing the likelihood of hemorrhage
C. Pregnant woman are anemic, all forms of blood loss should be considered as an emergency especially if it is in the lower extremity
D. The pressure of the gravid uterus will exert additional force thus, increasing the blood loss in the lower extremities

Aling Maria is nearing menopause. She is habitually taking cola and coffee for the past 20 years. You should tell Aling Maria to avoid taking caffeinated beverages because:

A. It is stimulating
B. It will cause nervousness and insomnia
C. It will contribute to additional bone demineralization
D. It will cause tachycardia and arrhythmias

All of the following are contraindication when giving Immunization except:

A. BCG Vaccines can be given to a child with AIDS
B. BCG Vaccine can be given to a child with Hepatitis B
C. DPT Can be given to a child that had convulsion 3 days after being given the first DPT Dose
D. DPT Can be given to a child with active convulsion or other neurological disease

Theresa, a mother with a 2 year old daughter asks, “at what age can I be able to take the blood pressure of my daughter as a routine procedure since hypertension is common in the family?” Your answer to this is:

A. At 2 years you may
B. As early as 1 year old
C. When she’s 3 years old
D. When she’s 6 years old

Baby John develops hyperbilirubinemia. What is a method used to treat hyperbilirubinemia in a newborn?

A. Keeping infants in a warm and dark environment
B. Administration of cardiovascular stimulant
C. Gentle exercise to stop muscle breakdown
D. Early feeding to speed passage of meconium
The community/Public Health Bag is:

A. a requirement for home visits
B. an essential and indispensable equipment of the community health nurse
C. contains basic medications and articles used by the community health nurse
D. a tool used by the Community health nurse is rendering effective nursing procedures during a home visit
What is the rationale in the use of bag technique during home visits?

A. It helps render effective nursing care to clients or other members of the family
B. It saves time and effort of the nurse in the performance of nursing procedures
C. It should minimize or prevent the spread of infection from individuals to families
D. It should not overshadow concerns for the patient

In consideration of the steps in applying the bag technique, which side of the paper lining of the CHN bag is considered clean to make a non-contaminated work area?

A. The lower lip
B. The outer surface
C. The upper tip
D. The inside surface

How many words does a typical 12-month-old infant use?

A. About 12 words
B. Twenty or more words
C. About 50 words
D. Two, plus “mama” and “papa”

. During operation, The OR suite’s lighting, noise, temperature and other factors that affects the operation are managed by whom?

A. Nurse Supervisor
B. Surgeon
C. Circulating nurse
D. Scrub nurse

Before and after the operation, the operating suite is managed by the:

A. Surgeon
B. Nurse Supervisor
C. Nurse Manager
D. Chief Nurse

The counting of sponges is done by the Surgeon together with the:

A. Circulating nurse
B. Scrub nurse
C. Assistant surgeon
D. Nurse supervisor

The OR team performs distinct roles for one surgical procedure to be accomplished within a prescribed time frame and deliver a standard patient outcome. While the surgeon performs the surgical procedure, who monitors the status of the client like urine output, blood loss?

A. Scrub Nurse
B. Surgeon
C. Anaesthesiologist
D. Circulating Nurse

Surgery schedules are communicated to the OR usually a day prior to the procedure by the nurse of the floor or ward where the patient is confined. For orthopedic cases, what department is usually informed to be present in the OR?

A. Rehabilitation department
B. Laboratory department
C. Maintenance department
D. Radiology department

In some hip surgeries, an epidural catheter for Fentanyl epidural analgesia is given. What is your nursing priority care in such a case?

A. Instruct client to observe strict bed rest
B. Check for epidural catheter drainage
C. Administer analgesia through epidural catheter as prescribed
D. Assess respiratory rate carefully

The patient’s medical record can work as a double edged sword. When can the medical record become the doctor’s/nurse’s worst enemy?

A. When the record is voluminous
B. When a medical record is subpoenaed in court
C. When it is missing
D. When the medical record is inaccurate, incomplete, and inadequate

Disposal of medical records in government hospitals/institutions must be done in close coordination with what agency?

A. Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG)
B. Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA)
C. Records Management Archives Office (RMAO)
D. Department of Health (DOH)

In the hospital, when you need the medical record of a discharged patient for research you will request permission through:

A. Doctor in charge
B. The hospital director
C. The nursing service
D. Medical records section

You will give health instructions to Carlo, a case of bronchial asthma. The health instruction will include the following, EXCEPT:

A. Avoid emotional stress and extreme temperature
B. Avoid pollution like smoking
C. Avoid pollens, dust, seafood
D. Practice respiratory isolation

As the head nurse in the OR, how can you improve the effectiveness of clinical alarm systems?

A. Limit suppliers to a few so that quality is maintained
B. Implement a regular inventory of supplies and equipment
C. Adherence to manufacturer’s recommendation
D. Implement a regular maintenance and testing of alarm systems

Overdosage of medication or anesthetic can happen even with the aid of technology like infusion pumps, sphygmomanometer and similar devices/machines. As a staff, how can you improve the safety of using infusion pumps?

A. Check the functionality of the pump before use
B. Select your brand of infusion pump like you do with your cellphone
C. Allow the technician to set the infusion pump before use
D. Verify the flow rate against your computation

While team effort is needed in the OR for efficient and quality patient care delivery, we should limit the number of people in the room for infection control. Who comprise this team?

A. Surgeon, anesthesiologist, scrub nurse, radiologist, orderly
B. Surgeon, assistants, scrub nurse, circulating nurse, anesthesiologist
C. Surgeon, assistant surgeon, anesthesiologist, scrub nurse, pathologist
D. Surgeon, assistant surgeon, anesthesiologist, intern, scrub nurse

When surgery is on-going, who coordinates the activities outside, including the family?

A. Orderly/clerk
B. Nurse Supervisor
C. Circulating Nurse
D. Anesthesiologist

The breakdown in teamwork is often times a failure in:

A. Electricity
B. Inadequate supply
C. Leg work
D. Communication

To prevent recurrent attacks on client with glomerulonephritis, the nurse instructs the client to:

A. Take a shower instead of tub baths
B. Avoid situations that involve physical activity
C. Continue the same restriction on fluid intake
D. Seek early treatment for respiratory infection

When administering Tapazole, The nurse should monitor the client for which of the following adverse effect?

A. Hyperthyroidism
B. Hypothyroidism
C. Drowsiness
D. Seizure

Post bronchoscopy, the nurse priority is to check which of the following before feeding?

A. Gag reflex
B. Wearing off of anesthesia
C. Swallowing reflex
D. Peristalsis

Changes normally occur in the elderly. Among the following, which is a normal change in an elderly client?

A. Increased sense of taste
B. Increased appetite
C. Urinary frequency
D. Thinning of the lens

Colostomy is a surgically created anus. It can be temporary or permanent, depending on the disease condition.

Skin care around the stoma is critical. Which of the following is not indicated as a skin care barriers?

A. Apply liberal amount of mineral oil to the area
B. Use karaya paste and rings around the stoma
C. Clean the area daily with soap and water before applying bag
D. Apply talcum powder twice a day

What health instruction will enhance regulation of a colostomy (defecation) of clients?

A. Irrigate after lunch everyday
B. Eat fruits and vegetables in all three meals
C. Eat balanced meals at regular intervals
D. Restrict exercise to walking only

After ileostomy, which of the following condition is NOT expected?

A. Increased weight
B. Irritation of skin around the stoma
C. Liquid stool
D. Establishment of regular bowel movement

The following are appropriate nursing interventions during colostomy irrigation, EXCEPT:

A. Increase the irrigating solution flow rate when abdominal cramps is felt
B. Insert 2-4 inches of an adequately lubricated catheter to the stoma
C. Position client in semi-Fowler
D. Hang the solution 18 inches above the stoma

What sensation is used as a gauge so that patients with ileostomy can determine how often their pouch should be drained?

A. Sensation of taste
B. Sensation of pressure
C. Sensation of smell
D. Urge to defecate

In performing a cleansing enema, the nurse performs the procedure by positioning the client in:

A. Right lateral position
B. Left lateral position
C. Right sim’s position
D. Left sim’s position

Mang Caloy is scheduled to have a hemorrhoidectomy, after the operation, you would expect that the client’s position post operatively will be:

A. Knee chest position
B. Side lying position
C. Sims position
D. Genopectoral position

You would expect that after an abdominal perineal resection, the type of colostomy that will be use is?

A. Double barrel colostomy
B. Temporary colostomy
C. Permanent colostomy
D. An Ileostomy

You are an ostomy nurse and you know that colostomy is defined as:

A. It is an incision into the colon to create an artificial opening to the exterior of the abdomen
B. It is end to end anastomosis of the gastric stump to the duodenum
C. It is end to end anastomosis of the gastric stump to the jejunum
D. It is an incision into the ileum to create an artificial opening to the exterior of the abdomen

Larry, 55 years old, who is suspected of having colorectal cancer, is admitted to the CI. After taking the history and vital signs the physician does which test as a screening test for colorectal cancer.

A. Barium enema
B. Carcinoembryonic antigen
C. Annual digital rectal examination
D. Proctosigmoidoscopy

Symptoms associated with cancer of the colon include:

A. constipation, ascites and mucus in the stool
B. diarrhea, heart burn and eructation
C. blood in the stools, anemia, and “pencil shaped” stools
D. anorexia, hematemesis, and increased peristalasis

24 Hours after creation of colostomy, Nurse Violy is correct if she identify that the normal appearance of the stoma is :

A. Pink, moist and slightly protruding from the abdomen
B. Gray, moist and slightly protruding from the the abdomen
C. Pink, dry and slightly protruding from the abdomen
D. Red, moist and slightly protruding from the abdomen

In cleaning the stoma, the nurse would use which of the following cleaning mediums?

A. Hydrogen Peroxide, water and mild soap
B. Providone Iodine, water and mild soap
C. Alcohol, water and mild soap
D. Mild soap and water

When observing a return demonstration of a colostomy irrigation, you know that more teaching is required if pt:

A. Lubricates the tip of the catheter prior to inserting into the stoma
B. Hangs the irrigating bag on the bathroom door cloth hook during fluid insertion
C. Discontinues the insertion of fluid after only 500 ml of fluid has been instilled
D. Clamps of the flow of fluid when felling uncomfortable
What does a sample group represent?

A. Control group
B. Study subjects
C. General population
D. Universe

As a nurse, you can help improve the effectiveness of communication among healthcare givers by:

A. Use of reminders of ‘what to do’
B. Using standardized list of abbreviations, acronyms, and symbols
C. One-on-one oral endorsement
D. Text messaging and e-mail

Myxedema coma is a life threatening complication of long standing and untreated hypothyroidism with one of the following characteristics.

A. Hyperglycemia
B. Hypothermia
C. Hyperthermia
D. Hypoglycemia

Mang Edgardo has a chest tube inserted in place after a Lobectomy. The nurse knows that that Chest tube after this procedure will:

A. Prevents mediastinal shift
B. Promote chest expansion of the remaining lung
C. Drain fluids and blood accumulated post operatively
D. Remove the air in the lungs to promote lung expansion

Mrs. Pichay who is for thoracentesis is assigned by the nurse to any of the following positions, EXCEPT:

A. straddling a chair with arms and head resting on the back of the chair
B. lying on the unaffected side with the bed elevated 30-40 degrees
C. lying prone with the head of the bed lowered 15-30 degrees
D. sitting on the edge of the bed with her feet supported and arms and head on a padded overhead table

Chest x-ray was ordered after thoracentesis. When your client asks what is the reason for another chest x-ray, you will explain:

A. to rule out pneumothorax
B. to rule out any possible perforation
C. to decongest
D. to rule out any foreign body

The RR nurse should monitor for the most common postoperative complication of:

A. hemorrhage
B. endotracheal tube perforation
C. osopharyngeal edema
D. epiglottis

The PACU nurse will maintain postoperative T and A client in what position?

A. Supine with neck hyperextended and supported with pillow
B. Prone with the head on pillow and turned to the side
C. Semi-fowler’s with neck flexed
D. Reverse trendelenburg with extended neck

Tony is to be discharged in the afternoon of the same day after tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy. You as the RN will make sure that the family knows to:

A. offer osterized feeding
B. offer soft foods for a week to minimize discomfort while swallowing
C. supplement his diet with Vitamin C rich juices to enhance healing
D. offer clear liquid for 3 days to prevent irritation

Situation – Rudy was diagnosed to have chronic renal failure. Hemodialysis is ordered so that an A-V shunt was surgically created.

Which of the following action would be of highest priority with regards to the external shunt?

A. Avoid taking BP or blood sample from the arm with the shunt
B. Instruct the client not to exercise the arm with the shunt
C. Heparinize the shunt daily
D. Change dressing of the shunt daily

Diet therapy for Rudy, who has acute renal failure is low-protein, low potassium and low sodium. The nutrition instructions should include:

A. Recommend protein of high biologic value like eggs, poultry and lean meats
B. Encourage client to include raw cucumbers, carrot, cabbage, and tomatoes
C. Allowing the client cheese, canned foods and other processed food
D. Bananas, cantaloupe, orange and other fresh fruits can be included in the diet

The most common causative agent of Pyelonephritis in hospitalized patient attributed to prolonged catheterization is said to be:

A. E. Coli
B. Klebsiella
C. Pseudomonas
D. Staphylococcus

The IVP reveals that Fe has small renal calculus that can be passed out spontaneously. To increase the chance of passing the stones, you instructed her to force fluids and do which of the following?

A. Balanced diet
B. Ambulate more
C. Strain all urine
D. Bed rest

Sergio is brought to Emergency Room after the barbecue grill accident. Based on the assessment of the physician, Sergio sustained superficial partial thickness burns on his trunk, right upper extremities and right lower extremities. His wife asks what that means? Your most accurate response would be:

A. Structures beneath the skin are damage
B. Dermis is partially damaged
C. Epidermis and dermis are both damaged
D. Epidermis is damaged

During the first 24 hours after the thermal injury, you should asses Sergio for:

A. hypokalemia and hypernatremia
B. hypokalemia and hyponatremia
C. hyperkalemia and hyponatremia
D. hyperkalemia and hypernatremia

All of the following are instruction for proper foot care to be given to a client with peripheral vascular disease caused by Diabetes. Which is not?

A. Trim nail using nail clipper
B. Apply cornstarch to the foot
C. Always check for the temperature of the water before bathing
D. Use Canvas shoes

You are on morning duty in the medical ward. You have 10 patients assigned to you. During your endorsement rounds, you found out that one of your patients was not in bed. The patient next to him informed you that he went home without notifying the nurses. Which among the following will you do first?

A. Make an incident report
B. Call security to report the incident
C. Wait for 2 hours before reporting
D. Report the incident to your supervisor

You are on duty in the medical ward. You were asked to check the narcotics cabinet. You found out that what is on record does not tally with the drugs used. Which among the following will you do first?

A. Write an incident report and refer the matter to the nursing director
B. Keep your findings to yourself
C. Report the matter to your supervisor
D. Find out from the endorsement any patient who might have been given narcotics

You are on duty in the medical ward. The mother of your patient who is also a nurse, came running to the nurses station and informed you that Fiolo went into cardiopulmonary arrest.

A. Start basic life support measures
B. Call for the Code
C. Bring the crash cart to the room
D. Go to see Fiolo and assess for airway patency and breathing problems

When observing a return demonstration of a colostomy irrigation, you know that more teaching is required if pt:

E. Lubricates the tip of the catheter prior to inserting into the stoma
F. Hangs the irrigating bag on the bathroom door cloth hook during fluid insertion
G. Discontinues the insertion of fluid after only 500 ml of fluid has been instilled
H. Clamps of the flow of fluid when felling uncomfortable

Which of the four phases of emergency management is defined as “sustained action that reduces or eliminates long-term risk to people and property from natural hazards and their effects.”?

A. Recovery
B. Mitigation
C. Response
D. Preparedness

Which of the following terms refer to a process by which the individual receives education about recognition of stress reaction and management strategies for handling stress which may be instituted after a disaster?

A. Clinical incident stress management
B. Follow-up
C. Defriefing
D. Defusion

Fires are approached using the mnemonic RACE, in which, R stands for:

A. Run
B. Race
C. Rescue
D. Remove

You are caring for Conrad who has a brained tumor and increased Intracranial Pressure (ICP). Which intervention should you include in your plan to reduce ICP?

A. Administer bowel softener
B. Position Conrad with his head turned toward the side of the tumor
C. Provide sensory stimulation
D. Encourage coughing and deep breathing

Keeping Conrad’s head and neck alignment results in:

A. increased inthrathoracic pressure
B. increased venous outflow
C. decreased venous outflow
D. increased intrabdominal pressure

Earliest sign of skin reaction to radiation therapy is:

A. desquamation
B. erythema
C. atrophy
D. pigmentation

A guideline that is utilized in determining priorities is to asses the status of the following, EXCEPT:

A. perfusion C. respiration
B. locomotion D. mentation

Miss Kate is a bread vendor and you are buying a bread from her. You noticed that she receives and changes money and then hold the bread without washing her hand. As a nurse, What will you say to Miss Kate?

A. Miss, Don’t touch the bread I’ll be the one to pick it up
B. Miss, Please wash your hands before you pick up those breads
C. Miss, Use a pick up forceps when picking up those breads
D. Miss, Your hands are dirty I guess I’ll try another bread shop

In administering blood transfusion, what needle gauge is used?

A. 18
B. 22
C. 23
D. 24

Before administration of blood and blood products, the nurse should first:

A. Check with another R.N the client’s name, Identification number, ABO and RH type.
B. Explain the procedure to the client
C. Assess baseline vital signs of the client
D. Check for the BT order

The only IV fluid compatible with blood products is:

D. Plain LR

In any event of an adverse hemolytic reaction during blood transfusion, Nursing intervention should focus on:

A. Slow the infusion, Call the physician and assess the patient
B. Stop the infusion, Assess the client, Send the remaining blood to the laboratory and call the physician
C. Stop the infusion, Call the physician and assess the client
D. Slow the confusion and keep a patent IV line open for administration of medication

The nurse knows that after receiving the blood from the blood bank, it should be administered within:

A. 1 hour
B. 2 hours
C. 4 hours
D. 6 hours

During blood administration, the nurse should carefully monitor adverse reaction. To monitor this, it is essential for the nurse to:

A. Stay with the client for the first 15 minutes of blood administration
B. Stay with the client for the entire period of blood administration
C. Run the infusion at a faster rate during the first 15 minutes
D. Tell the client to notify the staff immediately for any adverse reaction

As Leda’s nurse, you plan to set up an emergency equipment at her beside following thyroidectomy. You should include:

A. An airway and rebreathing tube
B. A tracheostomy set and oxygen
C. A crush cart with bed board
D. Two ampules of sodium bicarbonate

Which of the following nursing interventions is appropriate after a total thyroidectomy?

A. Place pillows under your patient’s shoulders.
B. Raise the knee-gatch to 30 degrees
C. Keep you patient in a high-fowler’s position.
D. Support the patient’s head and neck with pillows and sandbags.

If there is an accidental injury to the parathyroid gland during a thyroidectomy which of the following might Leda develop postoperatively?

A. Cardiac arrest C. Respiratory failure
B. Dyspnea D. Tetany

After surgery Leda develops peripheral numbness, tingling and muscle twitching and spasm. What would you anticipate to administer?

A. Magnesium sulfate C. Potassium iodide
B. Calcium gluconate D. Potassium chloride

NURSES are involved in maintaining a safe and healthy environment. This is part of quality care management.

The first step in decontamination is:
A. to immediately apply a chemical decontamination foam to the area of contamination
B. a through soap and water wash and rinse of the patient
C. to immediately apply personal protective equipment
D. removal of the patients clothing and jewelry and then rinsing the patient with water
For a patient experiencing pruritus, you recommend which type of bath.

A. water C. saline
B. colloidal (oatmeal) D. sodium bicarbonate
Induction of vomiting is indicated for the accidental poisoning patient who has ingested.

A. rust remover C. toilet bowl cleaner
B. gasoline D. aspirin

Because severe burn can affect the person’s totality it is important that-you apply interventions focusing on the various dimensions of man. You also have to understand the rationale of the treatment.

A client was rushed in the E.R showing a whitish, leathery and painless burned area on his skin. The nurse is correct in classifying this burn as:

A. First degree burn
B. Second degree burn
C. Third degree burn
E. Partial thickness burn

During the first 24 hours of burn, nursing measures should focus on which of the following?

A. I and O hourly
B. Strict aseptic technique
C. Forced oral fluids
D. Isolate the patient

During the Acute phase of burn, the priority nursing intervention in caring for this client is:

A. Prevention of infection
B. Pain management
C. Prevention of Bleeding
D. Fluid Resuscitation

The nurse knows that the most fatal electrolyte imbalance in burned client during the Emergent phase of burn is:

A. Hypokalemia
B. Hyperkalemia
C. Hypernatremia
D. Hyponatremia

Hypokalemia is reflected in the ECG by which of the following?

A. Tall T waves
B. Widening QRS Complex
C. Pathologic Q wave
D. U wave

Pain medications given to the burn clients are best given via what route?

C. Oral

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Aim. This paper is a report of a study to explore the experience of being a shift-leader, and how these nurses view the m...[Read More]

 Sample NCLEX-RN Exam


Exam type: Multiple Choice
Number of Questions: 10
Topics: All
Complexity Level: Moderate...[Read More]

 Study tips - Studying for Aptitude Tests

Aptitude tests come in several varieties, from the tests used to gain entry into a college or university to tests used to screen job applicants. Unlike an achievement test, an aptitude test does not ...[Read More]


A useful practice exam from Stuffed Nurse

answers are the first ones after the questions

Source : Smeltzer and Bare/ Brunner and Suddarth CD

According to Maslo...[Read More]

 Health Encyclopedia - Diseases and Conditions

Definition of Heart Disease

Heart disease is a general term that refers to any disease or condition of the heart, including coronary heart disease, hypertension, heart failure, congenital h...[Read More]