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Are you preparing for the Health Educations Systems’ online medical test? Do you see this test as the first step towards carving out a successful career for yourself in the healthcare industry? As the HESI is a test to ensure a professional license for student nurses and a likely success in the NCLEX-RN test, you definitely want to pass it, right?

Take these quizzes to find out how well you have prepared for the test. Know your chances of passing with flying colors and starting off on your dream career! These quizzes are an easy and sure way to find out if you are prepared for one of the most important tests in your career! Find out by simply answering some quiz questions. 
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This is the HESI Grammar and Vocabulary Practice Test. Well, there is no time limit for this practice test, but still, try getting it done in 1-hour and forty-five minutes, so you don't face any time management problem during...

Questions: 105  |  Attempts: 46561   |  Last updated: Jun 5, 2020
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    What sentence is grammatically correct?

Welcome to Maternal and Child Health Nursing (HESI EXAMINATION). Maternity nursing is a form of intensive, informative and knowledgeable care provided by a maternity nurse. In most instances, the maternity nurse provides two...

Questions: 60  |  Attempts: 9645   |  Last updated: Jul 29, 2020
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    Mrs. Puente is visiting the clinic for a prenatal assessment. This is the client's fourth pregnancy. She lost one pregnancy during the ninth week of gestation. One pregnancy resulted in the birth of a stillborn infant at full term, and she has one living child who was born the 35th week of gestation. Which of the following best describes the client?

This is the HESI Reading Comprehension Practice Test. You have thirty minutes to complete 20 questions. Please answer each question and read all directions before beginning a section.

Questions: 20  |  Attempts: 13466   |  Last updated: Nov 12, 2020
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    Blood PressureQuestions 1-4 are about the following passage. Lub-dub! Lub-dub! Lub-dub! This sound is made by the rapid contracting and extending of the chamber doors on the inside of the heart. This ventricular contracting injects roughly 70 milliliters of blood into a vascular system with a given volume at differing pressure. Blood pressure refers to the pressure in the arterial system and is typically taken in the brachial artery of the arm, because the pressure at different places along the circulatory route is different. Blood pressure is simply the force that the blood exerts in all directions within any given area and is the basis for the movement of blood from the heart, through the body, and back to the heart. This pressure is commonly expressed as a ratio of the systolic pressure over the diastolic pressure. The systolic pressure or "high peak" pressure takes place within the arterial system as ventricles contract and force blood into the arteries. The diastolic pressure or "low peak" pressure takes place within this arterial system just before the next ventricular contraction. An increase in blood pressure can occur if the arterial walls lose some of their elasticity with age or disease.What is the main idea of the passage?


Questions: 48  |  Attempts: 12012   |  Last updated: Aug 19, 2020
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Questions: 48  |  Attempts: 4146   |  Last updated: Jan 28, 2013
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HESI Questions & Answers

What does HESI stand for?
HEIS stands for Health Education System Incorporation. It is a US company that offers a comprehensive assessment solution with valid and reliable examination. It also provides study materials to help prepare nursing for the professional licensure exa
What should the nurse tell the client to perform?
Primigravida refers to a pregnant woman who is pregnant with her first child. During any pregnancy, many women will have aches and pains due to the strain the pregnancy puts onto her back and legs. Many times these pregnant women who are pregnant for
How should the nurse respond if a pregnant patient asks the nurse Kate if she can take castor oil for her constipation?
No, it can initiate premature uterine contractions.” Castor oil can initiate premature uterine contractions in pregnant women. It also can produce other adverse effects, but it does not promote sodium retention. Castor oils is not known to inc
What is the cause of this if a pregnant client states that she “waddles” when she walks?
Relaxation of the pelvic jointsDuring pregnancy, hormonal changes cause relaxation of the pelvic joints, resulting in the typical waddling gait. Changes in posture are related to the growing fetus. Pressure on the surrounding muscles causing discomfo
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