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As a medical practitioner, you have to take The National Council Licensure Examination before you are allowed to practice. This particular quiz is on insulin. Take it up and see how good you are. All the best.

Questions: 18  |  Attempts: 4155   |  Last updated: Aug 20, 2020
  • Sample Question
    Which type of insulin has ONSET: 15 minutes, PEAK: 1 hour, DURATION: 3 hours?

Mark the letter of the letter of choice then click on the next button. Score will be posted as soon as the you are done with the quiz.You got 30 minutes to finish the exam. Good luck!

Questions: 25  |  Attempts: 8116   |  Last updated: May 31, 2015
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    A client with pneumacystis carini pneumonia is receiving trimetrexate. The rationale for administering leucovorin calcium to a client receiving Methotrexate is to:

NCLEX-RN Practice 100 Questions

Questions: 100  |  Attempts: 1524   |  Last updated: Feb 22, 2013
  • Sample Question
    A client has a total laryngectomy with a permanent tracheostomy. The nurse plans nutritional intake for the next 3 days. Which of the following is necessary for the nurse to consider regarding the client’s nutrition?

NCLEX-RN 150 Practice Questions

Questions: 31  |  Attempts: 3219   |  Last updated: May 14, 2021
  • Sample Question
    A young adult is involved in a motorcycle accident and is brought to the emergency room. The physician diagnoses a closed head injury with suspected subdural hematoma. Although complaining of a severe headache, the client is alert and answers questions appropriately. The nurse should question which of the following orders?

NCLEX-RN Practice 75 Questions Part 2

Questions: 75  |  Attempts: 1184   |  Last updated: Feb 22, 2013
  • Sample Question
    The nurse supervises care given to a group of patients on the unit. The nurse observes a staff member entering a patient's room wearing gown and gloves. The nurse knows that the staff member is caring for which of the following patients?
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NCLEX RN Questions & Answers


What medications would be contraindicated for a patient who was diagnosed with acute gastritis?
Contraindicated means that the medication should not be taken as it can aggravate the condition of the patient. In this case, the answers are A and D. A should not be taken because it can cause the upper GI tract to become inflamed which can then fur
What is the situation active labor reveals?
Based on the different symptoms that the patient is exhibiting, she is in the first stage of labor. The best thing that the medical professional can do is letter D. This is to assist the client with comfort measures and breathing techniques. The brea
What is the disadvantages of bottle feeding?
1. explain that the newborn will need to receive some medication-question: what is the treatment for thrush? strategy: determine the outcome of each answer choice. needed info: thrush (oral candidiasis): white plaque on oral mucous membranes, gums, o
What is the best method for evaluating the amount of peripheral edema?
Measuring the extremity best method for evaluating the amount of peripheral edema. Weighing the client daily is not a good way to evaluate the amount of peripheral edema. Measuring the intake and output will not evaluate the amount of peripheral ed
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