In blood pressure measurement the cuff wrapped too loosely results in
a)False low reading.
b)False high reading.
c)False low systolic reading.
d)False low diastolic reading.
Which one of the following stages of pyrexia the body temperature has reached to maximum and remains constant at high level
The first in the sequence for donning personal protective equipment is
b)Mask or respirator.
Which of the following is a pathological waste
A patient is ordered normal saline 2000 ml IV in 24 hour. What is the rate of flow
a)16 to 17 drops / min.
b)20 to 21 drops / min.
c)23 to 24 drops / min.
d)25 to 26 drops / min.
The angle of insertion for intradermal injection is
7 . The tube inserted through the abdominal wall for gastrostomy feeding is
Involuntary loss of urine associated with over distention of the bladder
The stage of sleep characterized by deep sleep is called
a)Non rapid eye movement.
b)Rapid eye movement.
c)Sleep wake cycle.
A system of family centered care to the dying clients
b)Adult day care center.
One once is
Calculating the pediatric dosage of medication for children under the age of 1 year is done using the formula
a) Clark’s rule.
A complication of the hyper viscosity of polycythemia is
Enema given to check bleeding and inflammation
Appropriate nursing actions when caring for a hospitalized patient with severe neutropenia include
a)Perirectal care and platelet administration.
b)Oral care and red blood cell administration.
c)Monitoring lung sounds and invasive blood pressure.
d)Strict hand washing and frequent temperature assessment.
Important nursing responsibility for a patient having invasive cardiovascular diagnostic study is
a)Checking the peripheral pulses and percutaneous site.
b)Informing the patient that general anesthesia will be given.
c)Instructing the patient about radioactive isotope injection.
d)Assisting the patient to do surgical scrub of the insertion site.
An effect of stimulation of the parasympathetic nervous system is
a)Dilation of skin blood vessels.
b)Increased secretion of insulin.
c)Contraction of the urinary sphincters.
d)Decrease in peristalsis.
During admission of a patient with a severe head injury to the emergency department, the nurse places the highest priority on assessment for
a)Patency of airway.
b)Presence of neck injury.
c)Neurologic status with Glasgow coma scale.
d)Cerebrospinal fluid leakage from the ears or nose.
Which one of the following is a cause of hypercalcemia
b)Use of thiazide diuretics.
c)Less intake of Vitamin D.
Glycosylated hemoglobin is reflection of how well blood glucose levels have been controlled
a)For the last 3 to 4 months.
b)For the last 11 to 12 months.
c)for the last 1 to 2 months.
d)for the last 5 to 6 months.
The nurse is instructing a client with hypertension on the importance of choosing foods low sodium. The nurse should teach the client to limit intake of which food
A client with parenteral nutrition infusion has disconnected the tubing from the central line catheter. The nurse assesses the client and suspects an air embolism. The nurse should immediately place the client in which position
a)On the left side, with the head lower than the feet.
b)On the left side, with the head higher than the feet.
c)On the right side, with the head lower than the feet.
d)On the right side, with the head higher than the feet.
The amount of potassium chloride in oral rehydration mixture
Lumbar sympathectomy relieves
a)Spinal cord compression.
The life threatening complication of fracture femur is
Code of ethics for nurses is
a)Set of rules.
b)Guideline for professional behavior.
c)Set of right behavior.
d)set of ethical issues.
A client received a transfusion of platelets. The nurse evaluates that the client is benefiting from this therapy if the client exhibits the finding
a)Increased hematocrit level.
b)Increased hemoglobin level.
c)Decline of elevated temperature to normal.
d)Decreased oozing of blood from puncture sites and gums.
While performing cardiopulmonary resuscitation or CPR on and adult client. When performing chest compressions, the nurse should depress the sternum how many inches
Carpel tunnel syndrome is caused by
a)Pressure on cephalic vein.
b)Damage to lower motor neuron.
c)Pressure on median nerve.
d)Injury to wrist.
Surgical fusion of a joint is known as
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