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NCLEX-RN® Review

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Question 1.
In the administration of an antidiuretic hormone, the nurse would recognize that which medication could be easily self-administered by a client?

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Question 2.
Myxedema, which includes fatigue, general weakness, and muscle cramps, is a symptom of which endocrine disorder treated with levothyroxine (Synthroid)?

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Question 3.
Which drug causes increased risk for peptic ulcers, decreased wound healing, and increased capillary fragility?

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Question 4.
Which disease is characterized by increased body metabolism, tachycardia, increased body temperature, and anxiety, and treated with Prophylthiouracil (PTU)?

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Question 5.
In the administration of hydrocortisone (Aeroseb-HC, Alphadern, Cetacort), it is vital that the nurse recognize that this drug might mask which symptoms?

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Question 6.
When hydrocortisone use is discontinued, the nurse must recognize the possibility of what side effect, if this drug is stopped abruptly?

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Question 7.
A client who is taking levothyroxine (Synthroid) begins to develop weight loss, diarrhea, and intolerance. The nurse should be aware that this might be an indication of what hormonal condition?

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Question 8.
Which organ is destroyed when administering radioactive I-131?

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Question 9.
Of what precautions should a client receiving radioactive iodine-131 be made aware?

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Question 10.
In the administration of a drug such as levothyroxine (Synthroid), the nurse must teach the client: (Select all that apply.)

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