NP 1 Test Questions

NP 1 Test Questions - NP1 Test 1. When inserting a urinary...

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NP1 Test 1. When inserting a urinary catheter into the urethra, the nurse uses which type of technique? Surgical Asepsis 2. Your client is alert but elderly, bed-bound, and incontinent and has difficulty eating independently. The client has a wound that is located over a body prominence and that is not healing well. The wound is most likely to be: A pressure ulcer 3. A client with a new ileostomy is learning about foods that can thicken the stool. The nurse evaluates that the client has mastered this topic when the client states that which of following foods should be used for this purpose? Bananas 4. Your bed-bound elderly client has a pressure ulcer that looks like a blister or shallow crater. The pressure ulcer is most likely in which stage? Stage II 5. Your client is a mother of 6 month old twins. She is complaining of a lack of sexual interest. She states that she is exhausted caring for the infants, with whom she is up all night every night. What would be the primary nursing diagnosis for this client? Disturbed sleep pattern 6. A client demonstrates signs of apprehension whenever the topic of upcoming surgery is introduced. The nurse selects which of the following nursing diagnosis as much as most appropriate for this client and circumstances? Fear
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7. The purpose of a nursing diagnosis is to: Provide a clinical judgment which the nurse is responsible 8. The nurse would plan to use which of the following appliances to assist in bowel elimination for a client who has a pelvic fracture? Fracture bedpan 9. The nursing care plan for a client with atrial fibrillation who lives in a nursing home will be most beneficial if it: Provides for an individualized approach to the client’s problems or needs 10. Which of the following is an expected outcome statement? State the signs and symptoms of a wound infection 11. Which health care professional most likely worked with a client to link the client with community resources and help answer questions related to insurance policies? Social Worker 12, Which of the following describes the difference between a medical diagnosis and a nursing diagnosis? Nursing diagnosis focus on human responses to health problems 13. What is a nursing intervention? Services performed to reach the goals of supporting and protecting the client
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14. Which health care specialist assisted your rehabilitation team by providing insight into its group dynamics and the processes through which the team was working? Psychologist 15. Your client asks you a question about the duration of his chemotherapy. You do not know the answer. What is your best response? “I don’t know, but I will be happy to see what I can find out for you.” 16. The family of your 50-year-old client states that the client cares only about, and is preoccupied with, the clients own needs, of theirs. According to Erickson’s theory of psychosocial development, the client may be experiencing: Stagnation 17. Teaching in the cognitive domain would include: Providing information about medication side effects
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This note was uploaded on 10/16/2010 for the course NURS 2300 taught by Professor Various during the Spring '10 term at Mid-America.

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