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Question 1 of 10
Which of the following statement best suggests what a nurse should do if he/she believes that a health care provider’s prescription was made with poor judgement?Correct
The health care provider’s judgement shouldn't be replaced by a nurse's judgement.Incorrect
The health care provider’s judgement shouldn't be replaced by a nurse's judgement.
Question 2 of 10
Torts is a damage or injury to a person resulting in civil liability rather than criminal liability. Which of the following statement(s) is/are important to prove that negligence or malpractice has occurred?
I. Failure to adhere to the standard of conduct for nursing and inability to reach the standard of care for physical or mental care which causes additional damage or injury.
II. Failure to care or protect the others and there’s a relevance between conduct and the resulting injury.
III. Failure to commensurate with the nurse’s educational knowledge and inability to supervise or administer care.
IV. Failure to keep a person’s information and inability to protect from unauthorized operations.Correct
Option I and II provide the best explanation.Incorrect
Option I and II provide the best explanation.
Question 3 of 10
Which of the following statements best define delegation?Correct
Delegation is best described when the evaluation is done by the nurse. Implementation requires judgment.Incorrect
Delegation is best described when the evaluation is done by the nurse. Implementation requires judgment.
Question 4 of 10
Select the statement(s) that best suggest/s what nursing interventions should be done to prevent injury in clients with DIC.Correct
DIC is a very delicate condition that requires gentle care.Incorrect
DIC is a very delicate condition that requires gentle care.
Question 5 of 10
Select the statement(s) which suggests the nursing actions in avoiding postoperative wound dehiscence and evisceration.
I. When coughing, teaching the client how to splint incision. Inform him that coughing and deep breathing are beneficial for early postoperative.
II. Prevent the client from coughing. Slow, shallow breathing is encouraged.
III. Watch out for signs of infection, malnutrition, and dehydration. Encourage to include high-protein meals for recovery
IV. Encourage a high-fat diet to help prevent infections.Correct
I and III are the correct answer.Incorrect
I and III are the correct answer.
Question 6 of 10
Amphotericin B is a medication used to treat fungal infections. However, there are side effects that can be quite severe. Which of the following is/are the side effect(s) of amphotericin B?Correct
Amphotericin B is an antifungal medication for HIV clients.Incorrect
Amphotericin B is an antifungal medication for HIV clients.
Question 7 of 10
In what way does past experience affect a person’s present pain?Correct
Childhood experience is the greatest influence on adulthood.Incorrect
Childhood experience is the greatest influence on adulthood.
Question 8 of 10
The test tube has disconnected from a bottle or suction apparatus and the chest has been accidentally removed from the client. What prompt action should a nurse do?Correct
Sterilizing the tube, application of occlusive dressing, and immediate notification to health care provider are the correct answer.Incorrect
Sterilizing the tube, application of occlusive dressing, and immediate notification to health care provider are the correct answer.
Question 9 of 10
What is the best way to educate a client with tuberculosis?Correct
Tuberculosis can be transferred through virus coughed and spread by the infected.Incorrect
Tuberculosis can be transferred through virus coughed and spread by the infected.
Question 10 of 10
What is the difference between acute renal failure and chronic renal failure?Correct
Acute renal failure is reversible, chronic renal failure on the other hand is irreversible.Incorrect
Acute renal failure is reversible, chronic renal failure on the other hand is irreversible.