Fundamentals of Nursing Practice Exam 2

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Welcome to your Fundamentals of Nursing Practice Exam 2! This exam is carefully curated to help you consolidate your knowledge and gain deeper understanding on the topic.

 

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  • Number of Questions: 40 items
  • Mode: Practice Mode

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💡 Hint

Think about a comprehensive approach that includes multiple aspects of patient safety, from mobility to identification and emergency communication.

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1. Nurse James is conducting a safety check for his patients to ensure their well-being during their hospital stay. He considers various interventions that can enhance patient safety. Which of the following nursing interventions best promotes patient safety?

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Focus on the intervention that directly addresses ease of breathing by adjusting the patient’s position.

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2. Nurse Patel is caring for Mr. Brooks, who recently started experiencing dyspnea and shortness of breath. To best manage his symptoms, Nurse Patel must determine the most appropriate nursing order. What should she prioritize for Mr. Brooks?

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Consider the most supportive and ethical action a nurse can take when helping families navigate complex decisions about organ donation.

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3. Nurse Thompson is assisting the family of an accident victim who has been declared brain-dead and is considering organ donation. She understands the sensitive nature of this situation and the family's potential needs. What should Nurse Thompson prioritize in her approach with the family?

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Consider the stages of growth and development, and times when nutritional demands are higher.

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4. Nurse Lee is discussing nutritional needs with a group of patients, focusing on the importance of Vitamin C during various life stages. She highlights the periods when additional Vitamin C is particularly necessary. Which of the following periods does not typically require an increased intake of Vitamin C?

💡 Hint

Look for the test that directly detects the presence of blood in the stool, a clear indicator of GI bleeding.

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5. During a clinical skills workshop, Nurse Gomez is teaching new staff members how to recognize critical signs that a patient may be experiencing gastrointestinal bleeding. She presents a scenario in which a patient is admitted with nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and severe abdominal pain. She asks the participants to identify which assessment tool or test would immediately indicate the presence of bleeding in the GI tract. What should the staff focus on?

💡 Hint

Consider the position that allows for the most accessible and comprehensive view of the abdomen.

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6. In a training session on proper techniques for conducting an abdominal inspection, Nurse Wilson discusses the optimal patient positioning to facilitate a thorough examination. She presents different positioning options and asks the staff to choose the best one for a patient about to undergo this procedure. Which position is most suitable for an abdominal inspection?

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Each listed position provides access for examination; consider their suitability for different patient comfort levels and physical conditions.

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7. During a clinical skills refresher course, Nurse Johnson is demonstrating proper positioning for a rectal examination. She explains the various positions that can be used and asks the participants to identify which ones are appropriate for this type of examination. What are the suitable positions for a patient undergoing a rectal exam?

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Consider the overall approach to evaluating respiratory health by observing multiple characteristics of breathing.

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8. In a routine patient assessment, Nurse Thompson is evaluating a patient's respiratory function. She explains to a nursing student the various aspects that should be considered when assessing respirations. What should Nurse Thompson check to ensure a comprehensive respiratory assessment?

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Consider the position that best tests a patient’s ability to maintain balance without visual input.

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9. In a neurology skills workshop, Nurse Baxter is teaching about the Romberg test, which assesses balance and neurological function. She explains the initial position a patient should assume for this test and asks the attendees to identify the correct stance. What position is required for conducting a Romberg test?

💡 Hint

Think about substances that are commonly known to have a diuretic effect, enhancing urine production.

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10. During a wellness seminar, Nurse Green discusses diuretics and how certain substances can significantly increase urine production. She explains the effects of various dietary and medicinal substances on urine output to help participants understand their impacts on hydration and kidney health. Which substances are known to increase the amount of urine produced?

💡 Hint

Consider the examples where impaired awareness is directly related to cognitive or consciousness issues rather than functional abilities.

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11. During a clinical team meeting, Nurse Smith discusses the types of patients who might experience impaired awareness, which can impact their safety and care needs. Which of the following examples does not typically fall under impaired awareness?

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Think about the principle that integrates comprehensive care aspects, enhancing both the patient experience and nurse satisfaction.

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12. During a staff meeting focused on improving patient satisfaction and nurse engagement through primary nursing practices, Nurse Lee presents the following principles. She asks the group to identify which principle has been most effective in enhancing satisfaction for both patients and nurses. Which principle should they consider?

💡 Hint

Think about the role of the autonomic nervous system in regulating heart rate and which part tends to slow it down.

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13. During a health education session, Nurse Adams discusses factors that can influence heart rate, focusing on what can cause an increase or decrease in rate. She asks the group to identify which of the following does not typically cause tachycardia. What should they consider?

💡 Hint

Remember the assessment technique that should be performed first to avoid altering an important diagnostic indicator.

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14. During an abdominal assessment training session, Nurse Thompson instructs the nursing staff on the proper sequence for examining a patient's abdomen to ensure accurate results and prevent altering bowel sounds. She presents a choice of sequences and asks the team to select the correct order of techniques. What is the proper sequence for abdominal assessment?

💡 Hint

Focus on the legal terms that directly relate to performing a medical action without the patient's consent.

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15. In a nursing ethics seminar, a scenario is presented where a nurse administers an injection to a patient who explicitly refuses it. The participants are asked to categorize the nurse's action legally. What is the correct classification of this action?

💡 Hint

This nutrient is essential for brain function and is often depleted in individuals who consume excessive amounts of alcohol.

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16. During a health assessment of a patient with a history of chronic alcoholism, Nurse Patel evaluates the patient for nutritional deficiencies that are commonly associated with alcohol misuse. Based on her knowledge, which nutrient deficiency is most frequently observed in individuals with long-term alcohol dependency?

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Pulse pressure is determined by subtracting the diastolic pressure from the systolic pressure.

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17. Nurse Roberts is monitoring Mr. Jensen, who has hypertension. During a routine check-up, she notes that his blood pressure is 150/96 mmHg. Nurse Roberts calculates the pulse pressure to determine the severity of Mr. Jensen's condition. What is the pulse pressure for Mr. Jensen?

💡 Hint

Consider the comprehensive effects of aging on the vascular system, affecting resistance, flow, and cardiac workload.

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18. During a lecture on cardiovascular health in the elderly, Nurse Lewis discusses the various changes in the vascular system that occur with aging. She highlights the physiological changes that impact the cardiovascular system in older adults. Which of the following changes results from aging?

💡 Hint

Focus on the scenario where the nurse's action directly contradicts known safety protocols, leading to significant harm.

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19. During a staff training on preventing nursing malpractice, Nurse Roberts presents various scenarios and asks the team to identify which one specifically constitutes nursing malpractice. Which of the following scenarios is an example of malpractice?

💡 Hint

Consider the best practice for supporting a patient post-surgery, focusing on safety and encouragement.

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20. Nurse Martinez is preparing a male patient who had surgery for head and neck cancer two days ago for his first attempt at walking outside his room. Observing that he is steady on his feet and his vision remains unaffected by the surgery, she considers the most suitable nursing intervention to support his mobility safely. What should Nurse Martinez do?

💡 Hint

Consider the disorder that has a significant impact on overall mental health and is prevalent among elderly individuals.

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21. Nurse Kim is conducting a workshop on mental health in elderly patients. She emphasizes the importance of recognizing common psychogenic disorders in this age group. What is the most common psychogenic disorder among elderly persons?

💡 Hint

Consider the symptoms that indicate the patient is avoiding movements or actions that could exacerbate pain, a behavior that might be more subtly displayed in some cultures.

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22. In a cultural competence training session, Nurse Lee discusses the diverse ways in which patients from different backgrounds might express and experience pain. She presents a scenario involving an Asian patient who has undergone abdominal surgery and asks the staff to identify the signs and symptoms indicative of postoperative pain that might be expected in this patient. What should the staff be attentive to?

💡 Hint

Consider which term describes breathing difficulty that improves when sitting up or standing.

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23. Nurse Anderson notices that Mr. Adams is experiencing increased difficulty in breathing. She quickly elevates the head of his bed to the high Fowler position, which alleviates his respiratory distress somewhat. She prepares to document this specific type of breathing difficulty. How should she record it in Mr. Adams' medical chart?

💡 Hint

Think about the factors that significantly increase the risk of pressure ulcers, such as immobility and incontinence.

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24. Nurse Martin is assessing several patients in her care unit to identify which one might be at the highest risk for developing pressure ulcers. She reviews their medical histories and current health status to make an informed judgment. Based on their conditions and mobility, which patient should she consider most at risk?

💡 Hint

Consider which term describes a professional failing to meet the standard of care expected in their duties.

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25. In a legal and ethical training session, a scenario is presented where a registered nurse momentarily turns away to answer a telephone call on a busy pediatric unit. During this brief moment, a 3-month-old infant falls off the scale and sustains a skull fracture. The participants are asked to identify the legal issue the nurse could face due to this incident. What could the nurse be charged with?

💡 Hint

Focus on the action that involves appropriate communication channels and seeks a constructive resolution.

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26. As the new head nurse on a unit, Nurse Gomez is concerned about the inadequate staffing levels during the 11 p.m. to 7 a.m. shift. Considering her position and responsibilities, what is the most appropriate action for her to take?

💡 Hint

Reflect on the physiological impacts that lack of intake can have, particularly related to body temperature regulation.

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27. Nurse Carter is monitoring a patient who has been without food or fluids for 10 hours before an upcoming surgery. At 8 a.m., she notes his oral temperature is 99.8 F (37.7 C). Considering the patient's circumstances, she evaluates what this slight elevation in temperature might suggest. What does this temperature reading most likely indicate?

💡 Hint

Focus on the minimum output threshold that typically indicates inadequate kidney function per hour.

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28. Nurse Wilson is monitoring the hourly urine output of a patient with an indwelling urinary (Foley) catheter to assess his kidney function. She understands the critical thresholds for notifying the physician about potential issues based on the urine output readings. At what point should she alert the physician?

💡 Hint

Think about how the body's response to low oxygen levels can be affected by oxygen therapy, particularly in COPD patients.

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29. Nurse Parker is administering oxygen therapy to a patient with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). She knows it is crucial to provide the correct amount of oxygen to prevent complications. Why is it important to administer a prescribed amount of oxygen to this patient?

💡 Hint

Consider the form of defamation that occurs through spoken statements.

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30. During a professional conduct workshop, Nurse Parker discusses appropriate communication about colleagues in the healthcare setting. A scenario is presented where a patient asks a nurse for her opinion on a physician, and the nurse states that the physician is incompetent. The group is asked to identify the potential legal implication for the nurse's comment. What could the nurse be held liable for?

💡 Hint

Focus on the most critical requirement for immediate physical survival.

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31. During a seminar on Maslow's hierarchy of needs, Nurse Garcia discusses the foundational level of physiological needs, emphasizing the most crucial human requirement. She asks the group to identify which need is considered the highest priority at this level. What is the correct response?

💡 Hint

Consider the symptom that directly affects muscle function and is a hallmark of low potassium levels.

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32. After 1 week of hospitalization, Mr. Gray develops hypokalemia. Nurse Thompson is monitoring him closely for symptoms that indicate the severity of his condition. What is the most significant symptom of hypokalemia that she should be aware of?

💡 Hint

Consider the anatomical landmarks used to locate and assess heart functions effectively.

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33. During a clinical skills review session, Nurse Lee demonstrates various palpation techniques for different assessments. She explains the specific technique of palpating the midclavicular line and asks the group to identify the correct assessment associated with this method. What should the technique be used for?

💡 Hint

Think about the disease that is most frequently associated with memory loss and cognitive decline in older adults.

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34. During a geriatric care seminar, Nurse Harris discusses the various causes of dementia in elderly individuals. She asks the attendees to identify the most common cause of dementia among this population. What is the most frequent cause?

💡 Hint

Identify the core elements that are foundational across various nursing theories and models.

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35. Nurse Edwards is discussing the fundamental concepts that form the basis of all current nursing conceptual models during a staff training session. She outlines the four main concepts that are central to these models. Which set of concepts should she emphasize as being universally included?

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Consider a response that acknowledges the patient's emotions and provides reassurance with factual information.

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36. During a conversation about potential hair loss due to chemotherapy, Nurse Smith notices that Mrs. Johnson begins to cry. To provide comfort and support, what would be the most appropriate response from Nurse Smith?

💡 Hint

Think about injuries that significantly impact mobility and independence in elderly individuals.

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37. Nurse Johnson is preparing a presentation on common injuries among elderly patients for a geriatric care seminar. She focuses on identifying the most frequent injury in this population to better tailor prevention strategies. What is the most common injury among elderly persons?

💡 Hint

Reflect on which pulse point might naturally vary in detectability due to physiological or anatomical factors.

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38. In a training session on assessing patient circulation, Nurse Thompson reviews the significance of various pulse points. She discusses scenarios in which the absence of a specific pulse might not be alarming upon a patient's hospital admission. Which pulse absence might not be considered a significant finding in this context?

💡 Hint

Consider the safety and independence of the patient, especially in cases where motor control or awareness is compromised.

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39. Nurse Harris is conducting a patient education session for caregivers of individuals with dysphagia. She highlights key practices to ensure safe and effective feeding. Among the following statements, she asks the caregivers to identify which one is incorrect regarding the care of a patient with dysphagia.

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Focus on the primary issue directly affecting the patient's ability to clear their airway effectively.

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40. Nurse Lopez is caring for a patient experiencing an exacerbation of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). The patient presents with shortness of breath, orthopnea, thick and tenacious secretions, and a dry hacking cough. Considering these symptoms, which nursing diagnosis is most appropriate?

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Welcome to your Fundamentals of Nursing Practice Exam 2! This exam is carefully designed to provide you with a realistic test-taking experience, preparing you for the pressures of an actual nursing exam.

 

Exam Details

  • Number of Questions: 40 items
  • Mode: Exam Mode

Exam Instructions

  1. Exam Mode: This mode is intended to simulate the environment of an actual exam. Questions and choices will be presented one at a time.
  2. Time Limit: Each question must be answered within 90 seconds. The entire exam should be completed within 60 minutes.
  3. Feedback and Grading: Upon completion of the exam, you will be able to see your grade and the correct answers to all questions. This will allow you to evaluate your performance and understand areas for improvement.

Tips For Success

  • Read each question carefully. You have 90 seconds per question, so make sure you understand the question before selecting your answer.
  • Pace yourself. Remember, you have 60 minutes in total, so try to maintain a steady rhythm.
  • Focus on one question at a time. Try not to worry about the questions to come.
  • Stay calm under pressure. Use your knowledge and trust your instincts.
  • Remember, it's not just about the score, but about the learning process.

This exam is not only a measurement of your current understanding, but also a valuable learning tool to prepare you for your future nursing career. Click 'Start Exam' when you're ready to begin. Good luck!

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1. During a health education session, Nurse Adams discusses factors that can influence heart rate, focusing on what can cause an increase or decrease in rate. She asks the group to identify which of the following does not typically cause tachycardia. What should they consider?

2 / 40

2. During a geriatric care seminar, Nurse Harris discusses the various causes of dementia in elderly individuals. She asks the attendees to identify the most common cause of dementia among this population. What is the most frequent cause?

3 / 40

3. During a clinical skills review session, Nurse Lee demonstrates various palpation techniques for different assessments. She explains the specific technique of palpating the midclavicular line and asks the group to identify the correct assessment associated with this method. What should the technique be used for?

4 / 40

4. In a neurology skills workshop, Nurse Baxter is teaching about the Romberg test, which assesses balance and neurological function. She explains the initial position a patient should assume for this test and asks the attendees to identify the correct stance. What position is required for conducting a Romberg test?

5 / 40

5. Nurse Harris is conducting a patient education session for caregivers of individuals with dysphagia. She highlights key practices to ensure safe and effective feeding. Among the following statements, she asks the caregivers to identify which one is incorrect regarding the care of a patient with dysphagia.

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6. During a staff training on preventing nursing malpractice, Nurse Roberts presents various scenarios and asks the team to identify which one specifically constitutes nursing malpractice. Which of the following scenarios is an example of malpractice?

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7. Nurse Kim is conducting a workshop on mental health in elderly patients. She emphasizes the importance of recognizing common psychogenic disorders in this age group. What is the most common psychogenic disorder among elderly persons?

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8. In a routine patient assessment, Nurse Thompson is evaluating a patient's respiratory function. She explains to a nursing student the various aspects that should be considered when assessing respirations. What should Nurse Thompson check to ensure a comprehensive respiratory assessment?

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9. Nurse Roberts is monitoring Mr. Jensen, who has hypertension. During a routine check-up, she notes that his blood pressure is 150/96 mmHg. Nurse Roberts calculates the pulse pressure to determine the severity of Mr. Jensen's condition. What is the pulse pressure for Mr. Jensen?

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10. During a clinical team meeting, Nurse Smith discusses the types of patients who might experience impaired awareness, which can impact their safety and care needs. Which of the following examples does not typically fall under impaired awareness?

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11. During a lecture on cardiovascular health in the elderly, Nurse Lewis discusses the various changes in the vascular system that occur with aging. She highlights the physiological changes that impact the cardiovascular system in older adults. Which of the following changes results from aging?

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12. During a conversation about potential hair loss due to chemotherapy, Nurse Smith notices that Mrs. Johnson begins to cry. To provide comfort and support, what would be the most appropriate response from Nurse Smith?

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13. Nurse Patel is caring for Mr. Brooks, who recently started experiencing dyspnea and shortness of breath. To best manage his symptoms, Nurse Patel must determine the most appropriate nursing order. What should she prioritize for Mr. Brooks?

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14. In a legal and ethical training session, a scenario is presented where a registered nurse momentarily turns away to answer a telephone call on a busy pediatric unit. During this brief moment, a 3-month-old infant falls off the scale and sustains a skull fracture. The participants are asked to identify the legal issue the nurse could face due to this incident. What could the nurse be charged with?

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15. Nurse Parker is administering oxygen therapy to a patient with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). She knows it is crucial to provide the correct amount of oxygen to prevent complications. Why is it important to administer a prescribed amount of oxygen to this patient?

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16. Nurse Johnson is preparing a presentation on common injuries among elderly patients for a geriatric care seminar. She focuses on identifying the most frequent injury in this population to better tailor prevention strategies. What is the most common injury among elderly persons?

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17. As the new head nurse on a unit, Nurse Gomez is concerned about the inadequate staffing levels during the 11 p.m. to 7 a.m. shift. Considering her position and responsibilities, what is the most appropriate action for her to take?

18 / 40

18. In a training session on assessing patient circulation, Nurse Thompson reviews the significance of various pulse points. She discusses scenarios in which the absence of a specific pulse might not be alarming upon a patient's hospital admission. Which pulse absence might not be considered a significant finding in this context?

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19. After 1 week of hospitalization, Mr. Gray develops hypokalemia. Nurse Thompson is monitoring him closely for symptoms that indicate the severity of his condition. What is the most significant symptom of hypokalemia that she should be aware of?

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20. Nurse Edwards is discussing the fundamental concepts that form the basis of all current nursing conceptual models during a staff training session. She outlines the four main concepts that are central to these models. Which set of concepts should she emphasize as being universally included?

21 / 40

21. During a staff meeting focused on improving patient satisfaction and nurse engagement through primary nursing practices, Nurse Lee presents the following principles. She asks the group to identify which principle has been most effective in enhancing satisfaction for both patients and nurses. Which principle should they consider?

22 / 40

22. During a professional conduct workshop, Nurse Parker discusses appropriate communication about colleagues in the healthcare setting. A scenario is presented where a patient asks a nurse for her opinion on a physician, and the nurse states that the physician is incompetent. The group is asked to identify the potential legal implication for the nurse's comment. What could the nurse be held liable for?

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23. Nurse James is conducting a safety check for his patients to ensure their well-being during their hospital stay. He considers various interventions that can enhance patient safety. Which of the following nursing interventions best promotes patient safety?

24 / 40

24. Nurse Martin is assessing several patients in her care unit to identify which one might be at the highest risk for developing pressure ulcers. She reviews their medical histories and current health status to make an informed judgment. Based on their conditions and mobility, which patient should she consider most at risk?

25 / 40

25. Nurse Wilson is monitoring the hourly urine output of a patient with an indwelling urinary (Foley) catheter to assess his kidney function. She understands the critical thresholds for notifying the physician about potential issues based on the urine output readings. At what point should she alert the physician?

26 / 40

26. During an abdominal assessment training session, Nurse Thompson instructs the nursing staff on the proper sequence for examining a patient's abdomen to ensure accurate results and prevent altering bowel sounds. She presents a choice of sequences and asks the team to select the correct order of techniques. What is the proper sequence for abdominal assessment?

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27. During a wellness seminar, Nurse Green discusses diuretics and how certain substances can significantly increase urine production. She explains the effects of various dietary and medicinal substances on urine output to help participants understand their impacts on hydration and kidney health. Which substances are known to increase the amount of urine produced?

28 / 40

28. Nurse Lee is discussing nutritional needs with a group of patients, focusing on the importance of Vitamin C during various life stages. She highlights the periods when additional Vitamin C is particularly necessary. Which of the following periods does not typically require an increased intake of Vitamin C?

29 / 40

29. During a clinical skills refresher course, Nurse Johnson is demonstrating proper positioning for a rectal examination. She explains the various positions that can be used and asks the participants to identify which ones are appropriate for this type of examination. What are the suitable positions for a patient undergoing a rectal exam?

30 / 40

30. Nurse Thompson is assisting the family of an accident victim who has been declared brain-dead and is considering organ donation. She understands the sensitive nature of this situation and the family's potential needs. What should Nurse Thompson prioritize in her approach with the family?

31 / 40

31. Nurse Martinez is preparing a male patient who had surgery for head and neck cancer two days ago for his first attempt at walking outside his room. Observing that he is steady on his feet and his vision remains unaffected by the surgery, she considers the most suitable nursing intervention to support his mobility safely. What should Nurse Martinez do?

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32. Nurse Carter is monitoring a patient who has been without food or fluids for 10 hours before an upcoming surgery. At 8 a.m., she notes his oral temperature is 99.8 F (37.7 C). Considering the patient's circumstances, she evaluates what this slight elevation in temperature might suggest. What does this temperature reading most likely indicate?

33 / 40

33. In a cultural competence training session, Nurse Lee discusses the diverse ways in which patients from different backgrounds might express and experience pain. She presents a scenario involving an Asian patient who has undergone abdominal surgery and asks the staff to identify the signs and symptoms indicative of postoperative pain that might be expected in this patient. What should the staff be attentive to?

34 / 40

34. Nurse Lopez is caring for a patient experiencing an exacerbation of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). The patient presents with shortness of breath, orthopnea, thick and tenacious secretions, and a dry hacking cough. Considering these symptoms, which nursing diagnosis is most appropriate?

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35. During a health assessment of a patient with a history of chronic alcoholism, Nurse Patel evaluates the patient for nutritional deficiencies that are commonly associated with alcohol misuse. Based on her knowledge, which nutrient deficiency is most frequently observed in individuals with long-term alcohol dependency?

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36. In a nursing ethics seminar, a scenario is presented where a nurse administers an injection to a patient who explicitly refuses it. The participants are asked to categorize the nurse's action legally. What is the correct classification of this action?

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37. Nurse Anderson notices that Mr. Adams is experiencing increased difficulty in breathing. She quickly elevates the head of his bed to the high Fowler position, which alleviates his respiratory distress somewhat. She prepares to document this specific type of breathing difficulty. How should she record it in Mr. Adams' medical chart?

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38. During a seminar on Maslow's hierarchy of needs, Nurse Garcia discusses the foundational level of physiological needs, emphasizing the most crucial human requirement. She asks the group to identify which need is considered the highest priority at this level. What is the correct response?

39 / 40

39. During a clinical skills workshop, Nurse Gomez is teaching new staff members how to recognize critical signs that a patient may be experiencing gastrointestinal bleeding. She presents a scenario in which a patient is admitted with nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and severe abdominal pain. She asks the participants to identify which assessment tool or test would immediately indicate the presence of bleeding in the GI tract. What should the staff focus on?

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40. In a training session on proper techniques for conducting an abdominal inspection, Nurse Wilson discusses the optimal patient positioning to facilitate a thorough examination. She presents different positioning options and asks the staff to choose the best one for a patient about to undergo this procedure. Which position is most suitable for an abdominal inspection?