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    The rationale for inserting a French catheter every hour for the client with epidural anesthesia is:

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    Which roommate would be most suitable for the 6-year-old male with a fractured femur in Russell’s traction?

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    A client with diabetes visits the prenatal clinic at 28 weeks gestation. Which statement is true regarding insulin needs during pregnancy?

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    The nurse working the organ transplant unit is caring for a client with a white blood cell count of During evening visitation. a visitor brings a basket of fruit. What action should the nurse take?

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    The client with color blindness will most likely have problems distinguishing which of the following colors?
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NCLEX Practice Exam Questions & Answers


What should the nurse do first?
1. pick up the implant with long-handled forceps and place it in a lead-lined container.-if a radioactive implant becomes dislodged, the nurse should pick it up with long-handled forceps and place it in a lead-lined container, then notify the radiati
Which state is the easiest to apply for Nclex?
Verify the correct placement of the tube. The enteral feeding tube is a method of supplying nutrients directly into the gastrointestinal tract. Enteral feeding refers to the introduction of a complete liquid formula directly into the stomach or small
Does everyone feel like they failed the Nclex?
Disseminated intravascular coagulation (DIC).Abruptio placentae is a cause of DIC because it activates the clotting cascade after hemorrhage.
How would nurse Betty assess for hyperkalemia a unilateral adrenalectomy?
For those who are not aware, adrenalectomy is the removal of an adrenal gland. It will be called a bilateral adrenalectomy if both adrenal glands are removed. Hyperkalemia is a condition wherein the potassium levels of a person is higher than the amo
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