- 1) Which of the following is not a potential source of acquired immunity?
A Prescribed multivitamins B Antibodies received from the mother C Animal serum D Antibodies received in response to disease
- 2) If a client taking procainamide (Procanbid) intravenously complains of dizziness, the first nursing intervention is to:
A Administer ordered nitroglycerin tablets B Obtain a 12-lead electrocardiogram immediately C Measure the heart rate on the rhythm strip D Auscultate the client’s apical pulse and obtain a blood pressure
3) Before restructuring the nursing assignment process, the nursing manager seeks formal input from every nurse before making a decision. This is an example of which leadership style?
A Democratic leadership B Autocratic leadership C Laissez-faire leadership D Situational leadership
4) The nurse anticipates the following laboratory study to assess the therapeutic effect in the client taking heparin intravenously:
A Hematocrit B Hemoglobin C Prothrombin time D Activated partial thromboplastin time
5) A client has been provided an order for Bupropion (Wellbutrin). When should the nurse administer the order?
A Early in the day B When the patient requests it C On an empty stomach D Immediately before bed
6) A nurse is instructing a group of school children on Lyme disease prevention prior to an outdoor nature lesson. Which of the following statements by a student indicates that the student has not been listening?
A “I should stay on the path and not wander into tall grasses” B “I should bring insect repellent to keep insects away” C “I should wear a hat” D “I should wear a t-shirt and shorts so I can see if I have been bitten”
7) Which of the following is the priority assessment in the client being treated for acute congestive heart failure with bumetanide (Bumex) intravenously?
A Monitoring urine output B Monitoring potassium level C Monitoring blood pressure D Monitoring weight loss
8) The therapy that where a focus on the therapist-client relationship is used to modify a client’s feelings, attitude, and behaviors is:
A Interpersonal psychotherapy B Cognitive therapy C Behavior therapy D Family therapy
9) When monitoring the blood glucose level of a patient receiving parenteral nutrition, the nurse finds a blood glucose level of 220 mg/dL. The nurse should respond by:
A Restricting fluids and administering a diuretic B Administering intravenous dextrose C Notifying the physician and slowing the infusion rate D Notifying the physician and administering oxygen
10) The nurse is in the pre-interaction phase of the nurse-client relationship where the client has been sexually assaulted. During this phase, the nurse should:
A Actively listen to the client express his thoughts and feelings B Identify themes of patterns of patient behavior and possible coping mechanisms C Identify responses related to termination and separation D Explore personal ideas, stereotypes, and biases that may affect the nurse-client relationship