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NCLEX Quizzes & Trivia

Calling all nurses out there! On this wing, we have NCLEX (National Council Licensure Examination) quizzes. Imagine yourself in this situation: “A patient of yours is admitted to the hospital with a diagnosis of primary hyperparathyroidism. Upon checking the patient's lab results, you would expect what changes in laboratory findings?” This is just one among the many situations in our quizzes that will greatly help you prepare for you exam.
 
Refresh your memory, and review the fundamentals again. Make sure you still remember the normal ranges in laboratory results, the different acronyms in nursing, and the correct dosages of medicines.
Do you feel that blood rushing in your veins? Do you feel that pulse raising? Well, I hope you can calm yourself down. Proceed now, and be ready for your daily dose of quizzes! 
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Below are Fluids and Electrolytes NCLEX Practice Trivia Questions. If you are practicing to become a nurse, you need to have some information regarding fluids and electrolytes in the human body and how the food and fluids we take...

Questions: 70  |  Attempts: 39066   |  Last updated: Jul 28, 2020
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    A client with hypoparathyroidism complains of numbness and tingling in his fingers and around the mouth. The nurse would assess for what electrolyte imbalance?

Being a nurse is not just about giving care to the ailing; there are also some legal, ethical, and cultural rules that they must follow while they meet their mandate. Are you a nursing student and need some practice for your...

Questions: 53  |  Attempts: 8050   |  Last updated: Aug 11, 2020
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    The best explanation of what Title VI of the Civil Rights Act mandates is the freedom to:

All questions are shown, but the results will only be given after you’ve finished the quiz. You are given 1 minute per question, a total of 15 minutes in this quiz.

Questions: 15  |  Attempts: 5916   |  Last updated: Jul 31, 2017
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    The nurse notes that a client is quite suspicious during an assessment interview and believes that her family is under investigation by the CIA. What would the appropriate nursing interventions be with this client? Select all that apply:



Questions: 10  |  Attempts: 6201   |  Last updated: Nov 26, 2019
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    Nurse Ejay is assigned to a telephone triage. A client called who was stung by a honeybee and is asking for help. The client reports of pain and localized swelling but has no respiratory distress or other symptoms of anaphylactic shock. What is the appropriate initial action that the nurse should direct the client to perform?



Questions: 10  |  Attempts: 5885   |  Last updated: Dec 16, 2019
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    Martin Sanchez is a nine (9)-year-old child admitted to a psychiatric treatment unit accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Sanchez. To establish trust and position of neutrality. which action would the nurse take?
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Which body area would provide the best assessment here?
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What would the nurse do to ensure the client's safety specific to this impairment if a male client has an impairment of cranial nerve II?
1. provide a clear path for ambulation without obstacles -cranial nerve ii is the optic nerve, which governs vision. the nurse can provide safety for the visually impaired client by clearing the path of obstacles when ambulating. testing the shower w
What electrolyte imbalance would be assessed by the nurse?
HypocalcemiaHypoparathyroidism can cause low serum calcium levels. Numbness and tingling in extremities and in the circumoral area around the mouth are the hallmark signs of hypocalcemia. Normal calcium level is 9 to 11 mg/dl.
Which condition is most likely a nurse reviewing a clients laboratory report and notes that the serum calcium level is 4.0 mg/dL? The nurse understands that which condition most likely caused this...
1. prolonged bed rest-rationale: the normal serum calcium level is 8.6 to 10.0 mg/dl. a client with a serum calcium level of 4.0 mg/dl is experiencing hypocalcemia. the excessive ingestion of vitamin d and hyperparathyroidism are causative factors as
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