Taking the NCLEX-RN® Exam - Test Taking Strategies

NCLEX Test 4

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  • 1. A client develops decreased renal function and requires a change in antibiotic dosage. On which factor should the physician base the dosage change?
  • 2. A history of infection specifically caused by group A beta-hemolytic streptococci is associated with which of the following disorders?
  • 3. A client admitted with a gunshot wound to the abdomen is transferred to the intensive care unit after an exploratory laparotomy. I.V. fluid is being infused at 150 ml/hour. Which assessment finding suggests that the client is experiencing acute renal failure (ARF)?
  • 4. A nurse is reviewing the laboratory test results of a client with renal disease. Which of the following would the nurse expect to find?
  • 5. Which type of medication may be used in the treatment of a patient with incontinence to inhibit contraction of the bladder?
  • 6. After teaching a group of students about the types of urinary incontinence and possible causes, the instructor determines that the student have understood the material when they identify which of the following as a cause of stress incontinence?
  • 7. After undergoing retropubic prostatectomy, a client returns to his room. The client is on nothing-by-mouth status and has an I.V. infusing in his right forearm at a rate of 100 ml/hour. The client also has an indwelling urinary catheter that’s draining light pink urine. While assessing the client, the nurse notes that his urine output is red and has dropped to 15 ml and 10 ml for the last 2 consecutive hours. How can the nurse best explain this drop in urine output?
  • 8. The nurse is caring for a client who is scheduled for the creation of an ileal conduit. Which statement by the client provides evidence that client teaching was effective?
  • 9. Nursing management of the client with a urinary tract infection should include:
  • 10. The most common presenting objective symptoms of a urinary tract infection in older adults, especially in those with dementia, include?
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