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Nursing Quizzes & Trivia

Doctors and surgeons usually get most of the credit for making people better; but arguably it's often the care that sick or injured people get from nurses that makes a real difference. Nursing as a modern profession dates from the middle of the 19th century... do you know who was its real pioneer? Hint – she was known as the Lady with the Lamp, from her habit of walking round the wards at night with a lantern. Of course it was Florence Nightingale…and to this day nurses who train at St. Thomas’s, her old hospital in London, are known affectionately as “Nightingales”.

Our quiz on nursing covers not just the history on nursing, but many facts about different aspects of this caring profession...from military nursing to how nurses are trained and certified. Take the quiz to learn lots more!
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  Personal Care Assistant (PCA) Certification Exam Practice Test. Personal care assistants are designed to help nurse people back to health, be it in the hospital or their houses after being discharged. There is a lot that...

Questions: 100  |  Attempts: 14974   |  Last updated: Jul 20, 2020
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    As a Personal Care Assistant, you:

Welcome to a broad Nursing Licensure Exam practice test designed for all of the nursing aspirants out there who are preparing for the same exam and want some excellent practice exercises to crack the process. Well here is the...

Questions: 50  |  Attempts: 16026   |  Last updated: Jul 22, 2020
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    The registered nurse is planning to delegate tasks to unlicensed assistive personnel (UAP).  Which of the following task could the registered nurse safely assigned to a UAP?

During surgery, a surgeon would not be able to have a successful operation if it wasn’t for the perioperative nurses. To be a perioperative nurse, one must first pass their exams and get the certificate. How well prepared...

Questions: 25  |  Attempts: 9189   |  Last updated: Jun 1, 2020
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    The nurse is preparing a client for surgery. What is the most effective method for obtaining an accurate blood pressure reading from the client?

Nursing Quiz: Acid-Base Balance Test! The acid-base balance is a mechanism used by our body to keep its fluids close to neutral pH so that the body can function smoothly. This nursing quiz will test your ability of...

Questions: 17  |  Attempts: 27993   |  Last updated: Aug 31, 2020
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    What is the normal range of carbon dioxide (CO2) in arterial blood?

This quiz is made for all of those aspiring nurses who are preparing for the nursing exams, such as NCLEX. This quiz consists of 25 important fundamental questions of nursing. Try to finish it with 100 percent accuracy, so you...

Questions: 26  |  Attempts: 14653   |  Last updated: Aug 5, 2020
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    Jake is complaining of shortness of breath. The nurse assesses his respiratory rate to be 30 breaths per minute and documents that Jake is tachypneic. The nurse understands that tachypnea means:
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Which position is the best for assisting a patient experiencing a walking weakness in the right side?
If a patient is weak on the right side due to a stroke or other impairment, then the doctor or aide should help that patient on their right side. For example, a patient has a weak right leg because she broke it recently. The patient should not put a
What should the PCA do to prevent bed sores when caring for a patient who is on bed rest?
The correct answer to this question is B. Personal Care Assistants (PCA) are in charge of aging people are in need or medical attention or someone to help them do every day things that they are no longer capabe of doing. PCAs should make sure that t
What do you do as a Personal Care Assistant?
Work as part of the health care team
Which client should be assigned to the medical-surgical nurse? A nurse from the medical-surgical unit is asked to work on the orthopedic unit. The medical-surgical nurse has no orthopedic nursing...
1. a client who had a total hip replacement 2 days ago and needs blood glucose monitoring a nurse from medical-surgical unit floated to the orthopedic unit should be given clients with stable condition, and those whose care are similar to her traini
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