1) The nurse is preparing to provide a dressing change for a patient. The physician has ordered morphine 2-4 mg for pain q 2 hours. The client is awake and oriented and reports a pain of 1 on a scale of 0-10. What should the nurse do next?

The nurse is preparing to provide a dressing change for a patient. The physician has ordered morphine 2-4 mg for pain q 2 hours. The client is awake and oriented and reports a pain of 1 on a scale of 0-10. What should the nurse do next?

2) The nurse is caring for a patient admited with pneumonia. The nurse notices the patient is diaphoretic. After reviewing the patients vital signs, what should the nurse do next?

The nurse is caring for a patient admited with pneumonia. The nurse notices the patient is diaphoretic. After reviewing the patients vital signs, what should the nurse do next?

3) A client is getting their vital signs checked and has an oxygen saturation of 90% on RA, what should the nurse do next?

4) The nurse is caring for a client with a chest tube that was placed one hour ago. The nurse measures the amount of drainage and notes that it is 100mL's. What should the nurse do next?

5) The nurse just witnessed a client sign an informed consent, which of the following steps does the nurse need to take next? Select all that apply.

6) A 95 year old male reports he isn't feeling very well, but that he took all of his medications today. The nurse asks the patient when he took the medications and the patient is fuzzy on the details stating, "I don't know if I took them this morning or at lunch." The nurse notes that the patient takes a baby aspirin everyday and metoprolol. The nurse knows that if the patient took his metoprolol multiple times by accident today that the patient could possibly have overdosed on the medication. What is the next step the nurse should take?

7) The nurse walks into a clients room and looks at the cardiac monitor. The nurse notices a few PVCs. The nurse starts to do an assessment when the monitor starts to alarm. The nurse looks up and sees the client is in Ventricular Tachycardia. What is the next step the nurse shold do?

8) A patient with severe, uncontrolled hypertension is being evaluated for chronic kidney disease. The physician checks the glomerular filtration rate and determines that it is 22 mL/min. Which stage of chronic kidney disease does this GFR place the patient?

9) A patient who has sustained a head injury is being evaluated in the emergency room. The nurse performs a neurological assessment and notes that the patient is obtunded. Which of the following describes an obtunded patient response? Select all that apply.

10) You are asked to evaluate a young client’s mental and physical development. What things are important to assess? Select all that apply.

I understand I will receive future communications from NRSNG. Privacy Policy. Terms & Conditions.