Psychiatric Nursing Practice Quiz Part I

This psychiatric nursing practice quiz is related to neuromuscular, dementia, mental health, anorexia, agitation and narcissistic personality. Bong is experiencing alcohol withdrawal exhibits tremors, diaphoresis and hyperactivity. Blood pressure is 190/87 mmhg and pulse is 92 bpm. Which of the medications would the nurse expect to administer? a. Naloxone (Narcan) b. Benzlropine (Cogentin) c. Lorazepam (Ativan) d. Haloperidol… Read More »

Psychiatric Nursing Question and Rationale Part 1

This psychiatric nursing is related to perception, suicidal tendency, hallucinations, anxiety attack and cognitive development. Marco approached Nurse Trish asking for advice on how to deal with his alcohol addiction. Nurse Trish should tell the client that the only effective treatment for alcoholism is: a. Psychotherapy b. Alcoholics anonymous (A.A.) c. Total abstinence d. Aversion Therapy Rationale: C… Read More »

Medical-Surgical Nursing Practice Quiz Part 1

This medical-surgical nursing practice is related to cancer of the breast, colostomy, rhinorrhea, testicular examinations, ventilator, and Addisonian crisis. A 52 yr-old female tells the nurse that she has found a painless lump in her right breast during her monthly self-examination. Which assessment finding would strongly suggest that this client’s lump is cancerous? a. eversion of the right… Read More »

Medical-Surgical Nursing Questions and Rationale Part 1

This medical-surgical nursing question is related to cerebrovascular, colostomy, celiac disease, glomerulonephritis, cerebral injury, craniotomy, lithotripsy, glucose level, ketoacidosis, and increased intracranial pressure. Here are the Following Question Of Medical-Surgical Nursing After a cerebrovascular accident, a 75 yr old client is admitted to the health care facility. The client has a left-sided weakness and an absent gag reflex.… Read More »

Fundamental of Nursing Practice Quiz Part 1

Test your knowledge about the fundamentals of nursing practice quiz which includes the concept of nursing. If a nurse administers an injection to a patient who refuses that injection, she has committed A. Assault and battery B. Negligence C. Malpractice D. None of the above Rationale: Assault is the unjustifiable attempt or threat to touch or injure another… Read More »

Nursing Question and Rationale Part 1

This nclex nursing exam is related to fundamentals of nursing subject to the concept of nursing interventions and proper techniques from assessment, planning, implementation, and evaluation. The most relevant nursing order for a patient who develops dyspnea A. Assert the patient on strict bed rest at all times B. Maintain the patient in an orthopneic position as required… Read More »