HAAD Exam Questions For Nurses

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An elderly patient is admitted to the hospital with swollen ankles. The best way to limit the edema of the feet is for the nurse to?

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Which of the following tasks requires specialized education and should be performed by the nurse only after the training has been completed?

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The quantity of blood pumped by each ventricle into the aorta per minute is called?

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A patient is diagnosed with diabetic ketoacidosis. The nurse would expect the physician to prescribe?

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The apical pulse can be best auscultated at the?

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The patient with liver cirrhosis receives 100ml of 25% serum albumin intravenously. Which of the following findings would best indicate the albumin is having its desired effect?

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The nurse should suspect that a patient has bleeding in the upper gastrointestinal tract when the color of the patient’s stool is?

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The patient did not sleep well last night and is anxious about having a bronchoscopy laterthis morning. The priority nursing intervention would be to

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Which of the following actions is the most appropriate when the nurse is responding to apatient during a tonic-clonic seizure?

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The nurse is preparing teaching plans for several patients. The nurse should recognize which of the following patients is at greatest risk for fluid and electrolyte imbalance?

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The police bring a prisoner into the emergency department who is in severe pain. When the nurse is assigned to this patient, the nurse should?

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Collection urine bag should be emptied as necessary and at least every 8 - 9 hours to prevent:

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When caring for a patient with hepatic encephalopathy the nurse may carry out the following orders: give enemas, provide a low protein diet, and limit physical activities. These measures are performed to:

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The best example of documentation of patient teaching regarding wound care is:

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The nurse should place the automatic external defibrillator (AED) electrodes on thepatient's anterior chest with one electrode placed:

Please select 2 correct answers

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The nurse teaches a patient recovering from a total hip replacement that it is important to avoid:

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A deficiency of which of the following vitamins can affect the absorption of calcium?

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A 13-year-old girl with manifestations of rheumatic heart disease is admitted to hospital. Which of the following laboratory blood findings would confirm that she likely has had a streptococcal infection within the past two weeks?

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A patient with severe, protracted vomiting will often have what electrolyte abnormality?

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The mother of a child with nephrotic syndrome asks why her child must be weighed each morning. The nurse's response should be based on the fact that this is important to determine the:

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When taking routine post-operative observations on a patient who underwent an exploratory laparotomy, the nurse plans to monitor which important finding over the next hour?

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When the post-operative patient returns to the surgical unit, the priority is to:

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To prevent post-operative thrombophlebitis, which one of the following measures is effective?

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24. To maintain the airway and promote respiratory function, the best position for the nurse to place the unconscious patient in the Post Anaesthesia Care Unit (PACU) is:

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25. A patient has been taking Aluminium Hydroxide daily for 3 weeks. The nurse should be alert for which of the following side effects?

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