Free NCLEX 3500 Practice Test Questions- Best for Nursing Exam (Updated 2020)

Practice Questions for NCLEX

Download 900 Practice Questions for NCLEX in PDF (Updated for 2020 exams)

Which individual is at greatest risk for developing hypertension?

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A child who ingested 15 maximum strength acetaminophen tablets 45 minutes ago is seen in the emergency department. Which of these orders should the nurse do first?

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Which complication of cardiac catheterization should the nurse monitor for in the initial 24 hours after the procedure?

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A client is admitted to the emergency room with renal calculi and is complaining of moderate to severe flank pain and nausea. The client's temperature is 100.8 degrees Fahrenheit. The priority nursing goal for this client is:

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What would the nurse expect to see while assessing the growth of children during their school age years?

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At a community health fair, the blood pressure of a 62-year-old client is 160/96 mmHg. The client states "My blood pressure is usually much lower." The nurse should tell the client to

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The hospital has sounded the call for a disaster drill on the evening shift. Which of these clients would the nurse put first on the list to be discharged in order to make a room available for a new admission?

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The nurse is preparing to administer an enteral feeding to a client via a nasogastric feeding tube. The most important action of the nurse is

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The nurse anticipates that for a family who practices Chinese medicine the priority goal would be to:

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The nurse prepares the client for insertion of a pulmonary artery catheter (Swan-Ganz catheter). The nurse teaches the client that the catheter will be inserted to provide information about:

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While assessing a 1-month-old infant, which finding should the nurse report immediately?

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A client with multiple sclerosis plans to begin an exercise program. In addition to discussing the benefits of regular exercise, the nurse should caution the client to avoid activities which

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A hospitalized patient is receiving packed red blood cells (PRBCs) for treatment of severe anemia. Which of the following is the most accurate statement?

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A nurse is caring for patients in the oncology unit. Which of the following is the most important nursing action when caring for a neutropenic patient?

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A nurse is caring for a patient with acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL). Which of the following is the most likely age range of the patient?

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Which of the following foods would the nurse encourage the client in sickle cell crisis to eat?

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A client with a total hip replacement requires special equipment. Which equipment would assist the client with a total hip replacement with activities of daily living?

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A patient is admitted to the oncology unit for diagnosis of suspected Hodgkin's disease. Which of the following symptoms is typical of Hodgkin's disease?

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Ricardo was diagnosed with type I diabetes. The nurse is aware that acute hypoglycemia also can develop in the client who is diagnosed with:

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A male client had a nephrectomy 2 days ago and is now complaining of abdominal pressure and nausea. The first nursing action should be to:

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