Practice Quiz NCLEX RN Part 8 for your nursing reviews. Subjects include fundamentals of nursing, code ethics, nurse educator, caregiver, advocate, planning, and diagnosis.
Nurses in an acute care hospital are learning how to use a novel pressure-relieving gadget for patients at risk of pressure ulcers at a unit-based education session. Which type of schooling is this?
A. Continuing education
B. Graduate education
C. In-service education
D. Professional Registered Nurse Education
#1. A fever and cough have brought an 18-year-old woman to the emergency room. The nurse takes her vital signs, listens to her heart and lung sounds, assesses her comfort level, and collects blood and sputum samples for testing. Which practice standard is being followed?
#2. Wheezing and shortness of breath have arisen in a patient in the emergency room. The nurse administers the prescribed medicated nebulizer treatment immediately and again in four hours. Which practice standard is being followed?
#3. A nurse is caring for a patient who is nearing the end of his or her life. The patient wants to return home on oxygen and be at ease. The patient's family urges him to undergo a new surgical treatment. The nurse informs the family about the surgery's risks and benefits, as well as the patient's desires. The nurse is the patient's representative
#4. The nurse spends time with the patient and family going over the wound dressing change technique. The spouse of the patient shows how to change the dressing. Which occupation is the nurse performing?
#5. Every state in the United States has the same examination for registered nurse (RN) licensing. This investigation
#6. Nursing in today's world necessitates knowledge and abilities for a wide range of professional positions and responsibilities. Which of the following statements is an example? (Choose all of the options that apply.)
#7. The focus of care will shift as a result of health-care reform. Health-care reform is projected to result in which of the following models?
#8. A nurse collaborates with a qualified dietitian and a physical therapist to create a care plan that focuses on improving a patient's nutrition and mobility. Which of the following is an example of the Quality and Safety in Nurse Education (QSEN) competency?
#9. A critical care nurse is utilizing a computerized decision support system to arrange her ventilated patients correctly in order to prevent pneumonia from collecting respiratory secretions. Which of the following is an example of the Quality and Safety in Nurse Education (QSEN) competency?
#10. Pressure ulcers are becoming more common among patients on an acute care hospital unit, according to the nurses. A nurse consultant makes the decision to compare two treatment options. The first is the current approach for determining the risk of developing a pressure ulcer. The second employs a novel assessment tool to identify patients who are at risk. Which career does the nurse consultant exemplify, given this information?