Quiz Questions – May 2020 #2

Quiz Questions for May 2020, #2

 

I hope all of my nurse friends are staying healthy. This is a time to be proud of being a nurse.  I am so grateful for all the nurses who are caring for the sick during this deadly pandemic.  Thank you for being so selfless and using your lifesaving skills.

Those of you who are in the process of becoming a nurse – we are so glad you are going to join us. 

Some of you are waiting to take NCLEX and others of you are trying diligently to finish your nursing courses in a new way of learning.  Don’t forget we have the whole NCLEX-RN and NCLEX-PN Reviews available for download.

To help you stay at peak performance for testing I am posting a few questions for you to practice this week. You need to keep practicing questions.  You will note that I have given you a number of “Select all that apply” questions.  I expect you will be seeing more and more of these on NCLEX. Please read the rationales.  The rationales are like another textbook for you.  They help you with content and learning to think like item writers think.  Enjoy the questions.

Welcome to your Quiz Questions May 2020 #2

1) The nurse is caring for an adult who is receiving external radiation. Which statement(s) made by the client indicate the client understands external radiation?

Select all that apply:

2) The nurse is discussing dietary sources of iron with a client who has iron deficiency anemia. Which menu selections indicate the client understands the prescribed diet.


Select all that apply:

3) The nurse is caring for a 60-year old woman who is newly diagnosed with pernicious anemia. The client asks why she must receive vitamin shots instead of pills. What is the best answer for the nurse to give?

4) The nurse is preparing a client for a bone marrow biopsy. Which of these actions is appropriate?

5) A 19-year-old college student reports to the student health service with a sore throat, malaise, and fever of four days duration.  Examination shows cervical lymphadenopathy and splenomegaly.  Temperature is 103oF. Blood is positive for heterophil antibody agglutination test.  The nurse knows the student’s symptoms are most likely caused by: