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NCLEX-RN® Review

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Question 1.
The nurse assesses a postpartum client and palpates the fundus at 2 cm above the midline and deviated to the right. What is the appropriate nursing action?

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Question 2.
A mother of a 12-hour-old infant says she is tired and would prefer to learn about diapering the baby some other time. The nurse recognizes this behavior is evidence of:

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Question 3.
A nurse is caring for several postpartum clients of different nationalities. Which of the following statements allow the nurse to provide culturally sensitive care? (Select all that apply)

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Question 4.
A nurse is being cross trained to the maternity unit and uses the acronym “BUBBLE-HE” to recall the components of the postpartum assessment. Place the components of the assessment in the correct sequence.

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A 7
B 3
C 8
D 6
E 5
F 1
G 4
H 2
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Question 5.
A mother complains of excessive pain that is unrelieved by medication or comfort measures and continually asks the nurse numerous questions about her physical status. The nurse recognizes these to be symptoms of:

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Question 6.
A nurse brings a baby out to a mother who is recovering from a cesarean section under general anesthesia. Which of the following attachment behaviors would be expected?

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Question 7.
A nurse is discussing involution with a postpartum client. Which of the following statements indicates an understanding of the effect of breastfeeding on the menstrual cycle.

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Question 8.
A nurse is preparing several mothers for discharge. Which of the following mothers is at risk for a negative psychological outcome during the postpartum period?

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Question 9.
The nurse is receiving report on several newly admitted clients. Which of the following conditions places the client at greatest risk for bladder atony?

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Question 10.
A mother is experiencing shaking chills during the hour following birth. What is the nurse’s initial action?

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