The NCLEX Genitourinary Disorder is an exam taken by practitioners who have specialized in the treatment of the urinary and the genital organs. Are you in this line of duty and preparing for the exam? Use this quiz to revise.
It's a normal finding caused by blood loss during surgery.
It's a normal finding associated with the client's nothing-by-mouth status.
It's an abnormal finding that requires further assessment.
It's an abnormal finding that will correct itself when the client ambulates
This condition puts her at a higher risk for cervical cancer; therefore, she should have a Papanicolaou (Pap) smear annually.
The most common treatment is metronidazole (Flagyl), which should eradicate the problem within 7 to 10 days.
The potential for transmission to her sexual partner will be eliminated if condoms are used every time she and her partner have sexual intercourse.
The human papillomavirus (HPV), which causes condylomata acuminata, can't be transmitted during oral sex.
The client sets the drainage bag on the floor while sitting down.
The client keeps the drainage bag below the bladder at all times.
The client clamps the catheter drainage tubing while visiting with the family.
The client loops the drainage tubing below its point of entry into the drainage bag.
Decreased clotting time
Drowsiness and lethargy
Urinary incontinence is a normal part of aging.
Urinary incontinence isn't a disease.
Urinary incontinence in the elderly population can't be treated.
Urinary incontinence is a disease.
With pinkish mucus discharge in the appliance bag 2 days after an ileal conduit.
Who has a sodium level of 135 mEq/L and a potassium level of 3.7 mEq/L 7 days after a kidney transplant.
Who, following a kidney transplant, has returned from hemodialysis with a sodium level of 110 mEq/L and a potassium level of 2.0 mEq/L.
Who is experiencing mild pain from urolithiasis.
Start with the first voiding.
Start after a known voiding.
Always be with the first morning urine.
Always be the evening's last void as the last sample.
Initiate a stream of urine.
Turn to the side.
Hold the labia or shaft of the penis.
Increase the I.V. flow rate.
Notify the physician immediately.
Assess the irrigation catheter for patency and drainage.
Administer morphine sulfate, 2 mg I.V., as ordered.
Chronic, excessive acetaminophen use.
Recent streptococcal infection.
Family history of pernicious anemia.
Water and sodium retention secondary to a severe decrease in the glomerular filtration rate.
A decreased serum phosphate level secondary to kidney failure.
An increased serum calcium level secondary to kidney failure.
Metabolic alkalosis secondary to retention of hydrogen ions.
Blood glucose level of 200 mg/dl
White blood cell (WBC) count of 20,000/mm3
Potassium level of 3.5 mEq/L
Hematocrit (HCT) of 35%
They block reabsorption of potassium on the collecting tubule.
They promote sodium secretion into the distal tubule.
They block sodium reabsorption in the ascending loop and dilate renal vessels.
They promote potassium secretion into the distal tubule and constrict renal vessels.
Administering a sitz bath twice per day
Increasing fluid intake to 3 L/day
Using an indwelling urinary catheter to measure urine output accurately
Encouraging the client to drink cranberry juice to acidify the urine
Assess whether the client is a good candidate for surgery.
Help the client cope with the anxiety associated with changes in body image.
Assess suicidal risk postoperatively.
Evaluate the client's need for mental health intervention.
Limit fluid intake to reduce the need to urinate.
Take medication ordered for a UTI until the symptoms subside.
Notify the physician if urinary urgency, burning, frequency, or difficulty occurs.
Wear only nylon underwear to reduce the chance of irritation.
Increased pH with decreased hydrogen ions
Increased serum levels of potassium, magnesium, and calcium
Blood urea nitrogen (BUN) 100 mg/dl and serum creatinine 6.5 mg/dl
Uric acid analysis 3.5 mg/dl and phenolsulfonphthalein (PSP) excretion 75%
A client who underwent surgery 12 hours ago whose suprapubic catheter is draining burgundy-colored urine
A client with uncontrolled diabetes mellitus who underwent radical suprapubic prostatectomy 1 day ago and has an indwelling urinary catheter draining yellow urine with clots
A client diagnosed with renal calculi who must ambulate four times daily and drink plenty of fluids.
A client who requires neurological assessment every 4 hours after sustaining a spinal cord injury in a motor vehicle accident that left him with paraplegia
Notify the physician.
Change the client's position and repeat the examination.
Perform a rectal examination.
Transilluminate the scrotum.
Continuous inflow and outflow of irrigation solution.
Intermittent inflow and continuous outflow of irrigation solution.
Continuous inflow and intermittent outflow of irrigation solution.
Intermittent flow of irrigation solution and prevention of hemorrhage.
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