mcqs 1. Using the principles of standard precautions, the nurse would wear gloves in what nursing interventions?
A. Providing a back massage B. Feeding a client
C. Providing hair care
D. Providing oral hygiene
Doing oral care requires the nurse to wear gloves.
mcqs 2. The nurse is preparing to take a vital sign in an alert client admitted to the hospital with dehydration secondary to vomiting and diarrhea. What is the best method used to assess the client’s temperature?
D. Heat sensitive tape
Axilla is the most accessible body part in this situation.
mcqs 3. A nurse obtained a client’s pulse and found the rate to be above normal. The nurse document these findings as:
mcqs 4. Which of the following actions should the nurse take to use wide base support when assisting a client to get up in a chair?
A. Bend at the waist and place arms under the client’s arms and lift
B. Face the client, bend knees and place hands on the client’s forearm and lift
C. Spread his or her feet apart
D. Tighten his or her pelvic muscles
This is the proper way of supporting the client to get up in a chair that conforms to safety and proper body mechanics.
C. Arterial line
MCQs 6. A client who is unconscious needs frequent mouth care. When performing mouth care, the best position of a client is:
A. Fowler’s position
B. Side lying
An unconscious client is best placed on his side when doing oral care to prevent aspiration.
A. Keep unnecessary furniture out of the way
B. Keep the lights on at all time
C. Keep side rails up at all time
D. Keep all equipment out of view
MCQs 9. It is best to describe as a systematic, rational method of planning and providing nursing care for individual, families, group, and community
B. Nursing Process
MCQs 11. The chamber of the heart that receives oxygenated blood from the lungs is the:
A. Left atrium
B. Right atrium
C. Left ventricle
D. Right ventricle
MCQs 12. A muscular enlarge pouch or sac that lies slightly to the left which is used for the temporary storage of food…
B. Urinary bladder
MCQs 13. The ability of the body to defend itself against scientific invading agents such as bacteria, toxin, viruses, and foreign body:
MCQs 14. Hormones secreted by Islets of Langerhans
MCQs 16. Which of the following is included in Orem’s theory?
A. Maintenance of a sufficient intake of air
C. Love and belongingness
D. Physiologic needs
MCQs 17. Which of the following cluster of data belong to Maslow’s hierarchy of needs
A. Love and belonging
B. Physiologic needs
D. All of the above
A. Chronic Illness
B. Acute Illness
MCQs 19. Which of the following is the nurse’s role in the health promotion
A. Health risk appraisal
B. Teach a client to be effective health consumer
C. Worksite wellness
D. None of the above
21. Five teaspoons is equivalent to how many milliliters (ml)?
A. 30 ml
B. 25 ml
C. 12 ml
D. 22 ml
24. The abbreviation for the micro drop is…
25. Which of the following is the meaning of PRN?
A. When advice
C. When necessary
26. Which of the following is the appropriate meaning of CBR?
A. Cardiac Board Room
B. Complete Bathroom
C. Complete Bed Rest
D. Complete Board Room
27. One (1) tsp is equaled to how many drops?
28. 20 cc is equal to how many ml?
29. 1 cup equals to how many ounces?
30. The nurse must verify the client’s identity before the administration of medication. Which of the following is the safest way to identify the client?
A. Ask the client his name
B. Check the client’s identification band
C. State the client’s name aloud and have the client repeat it
D. Check the room number
31. The nurse prepares to administer buccal medication. The medicine should be placed…
A. On the client’s skin
B. Between the client’s cheeks and gums
C. Under the client’s tongue
D. On the client’s conjunctiva
A. Sims left lateral
B. Dorsal Recumbent
33. A client complains of the difficulty of swallowing when the nurse tries to administer capsule medication. Which of the following measures the nurse should do?
A. Dissolve the capsule in a glass of water
B. Break the capsule and give the content with an applesauce
C. Check the availability of a liquid preparation
D. Crash the capsule and place it under the tongue
34. Which of the following is the appropriate route of administration for insulin?
35. The nurse is ordered to administer ampicillin capsule TID p.o. The nurse should give the medication…
36. Back Care is best to describe as:
A. Caring for the back by means of massage
B. Washing of the back
C. Application of cold compress at the back
D. Application of hot compress at the back
A. Bed Bath
B. Bed making
C. Bed shampoo
D. Bed Lining
38. Which of the following is the most important purpose of hand washing
B. To prevent the transfer of microorganism
C. To avoid touching the client with a dirty hand
D. To provide comfort
Hand washing is the single most effective infection control measure.
39. What should be done in order to prevent contaminating of the environment in bed making?
A. Avoid fanning soiled linens
B. Strip all linens at the same time
C. Finished both sides at the time
D. Embrace soiled linen
Fanning soiled linens would scatter the lodged microorganisms and dead skin cells on the linens.
40. The most important purpose of cleansing a bed bath is:
A. To cleanse, refresh and give comfort to the client who must remain in bed
B. To expose the necessary parts of the body
C. To develop skills in bed bath
D. To check the body temperature of the client in bed
41. Which of the following technique involves the sense of sight?
Palpation is a method of feeling with the fingers or hands during a physical examination. Percussion is a method of tapping on a surface to determine the underlying structure and is used in clinical examinations to assess the condition of the thorax or abdomen. Auscultation (based on the Latin verb auscultare “to listen”) is listening to the internal sounds of the body, usually using a stethoscope.
42. The first techniques used examining the abdomen of a client is:
For an abdominal exam, auscultation is performed before palpation because the act of palpation could change what was auscultated. Remember the mnemonic “I-A-Per-Pal’
43. A technique in physical examination that is used to assess the movement of air through the tracheobronchial tree:
44. An instrument used for auscultation is.
A. Sounds created by air-filled lungs
B. Short, high pitch and thudding
C. Moderately loud with musical quality
46. The best position for examining the rectum is:
To assume the genupectoral position the person kneels so that the weight of the body is supported by the knees and chest, with the buttocks raised. The head is turned to one side and the arms are flexed so that the upper part of the body can be supported in part by the elbows.
B. Range of motion
C. Flexion and extension
48. The nurse asked the client to read the Snellen chart. Which of the following is tested:
Cranial Nerve II or the optic nerve is tested through the use of the Snellen chart.
49. Another name for the knee-chest position is:
50. The nurse prepares IM injection that is irritating to the subcutaneous tissue. Which of the following is the best action in order to prevent tracking of the medication:
A. Use a small gauge needle
B. Apply ice on the injection site
C. Administer at a 45° angle
D. Use the Z-track technique
During the procedure, skin and tissue are pulled and held firmly while a long needle is inserted into the muscle. After the medication is injected, the skin and tissue are released. The needle track that forms during this procedure takes the shape of the letter “Z,” which gives the procedure its name. This zigzag track line is what prevents the medication from leaking from the muscle into the surrounding tissue.
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