This week we are practising and revising for the NCLEX exams in video discussions. Here is the link to that as I wish you the absolute best in the licensure exams!
knows when the onset of the insulin occurs?:
(methotrexate) has an order for Wellcovorin (leucovorin). What is the rationale for administering Wellcovorin?:
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The answer to this question is related to diet more than liver diseases. Jaundice is often presented by yellowing of the sclera and the skin including palms of the hands. For dark skinned patients, assessment of the palms and sclera provides a clearer picture.
Howard et al. 2016 and Rinehart et al. 2016
saturation rate of 99%
with an oral temperature of 100.2ºF
shortness of breath
semiprivate room. The most suitable roommate for this client is the client with:?:
Which statement made by the client would require further teaching??:
abdominal aneurysm. Which finding would require further investigation?:
Rhinehart et al. 2017
thrombosis is noted to have dark brown urine in the urine collection
bag. Which action should the nurse take immediately?:
Courtesy of Rhinehart et al. 2017
personality disorder is:
Which of the following is associated with intussusception?:
with biliary atresia?
important to monitor the child for?
All the absolute best with this quick practice questions! A tip that I often found to be useful is to read through the topic or diagnosis independently regardless of the answer you selected. In so doing, you will learn more about the condition incase you come across it in the clinical area or in the actual licensure exams.
Reference Rinehart et al. 2017