Nclex Rn Comprehensive Question And Answers Part 5.5, Nclex Style Exam Sample

10 Questions  I  By Whatisnclex on September 6, 2011
This NCLEX Style Comprehensive Question and Answers Exam includes 100 questions in each volume. This sample includes 10 of the 100 NCLEX test questions from Volume 5.5 of the nclex rn examination. Once finished with this nclex practice test, feel free to try our other nclex sample tests then preview and order the full package we offer that helps more nurses pass the nclex effectively - the first time.

  

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1.  A nurse asks a nursing assistant to help admit an elderly client diagnosed with pneumonia. Which activity is appropriate for the nurse to ask the assistant to perform?
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2.  The nurse monitors the serum electrolyte levels of a client who is taking digoxin (Lanoxin). Which of the following electrolyte imbalances is common cause of digoxin toxicity?
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3.  Assessment of a nulligravid client in active labor reveals the following: complaints of moderate discomfort; cervix dilated 3 cm, 0 station and completely effaced; fetal heart rate of 136 bpm. Which of the following should the nurse plan to do next?
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4.  On entering toddler’s room, the nurse finds the mother sitting about 8 feet from the child and watching television when the toddler is screaming. Which of the following is the most appropriate response by the nurse?
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5.  A potential concern when caring for an older adult who has diminished hearing and vision would be the client’s:
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6.  A client has a reduced serum high-density lipoprotein (HDL) level and an elevated low-density lipoprotein (LDL) level. Which dietary modification is appropriate for this client?
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7.  An 18-year-old client who recently had an upper respiratory infection is admitted with suspected rheumatic fever. Which assessment findings confirm this diagnosis?
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8.  A nurse is teaching a 50-year-old client how to decrease risk factors for coronary artery disease. He’s an executive who smokes, has a type A personality, and is hypertensive. Which risk factor is nonmodifiable?
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9.  A client who is complaining of back and left flank pain is diagnosed with renal calculi. The client is experiencing periods of complete comfort alternating with periods of excruciating pain, accompanied by nausea and difficulty walking. Based on these data, what is the priority nursing diagnosis for this client?
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10.  Which of the following clients is at highest risk for colorectal cancer?
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