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NCLEX-PN Style Review Questions



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Question 1.

You are caring for a female client who is 17 years old, 5 foot 6 inches tall, weighs 95 pounds, and who has been admitted with a diagnosis of Anorexia Nervosa. The client's mother says to the nurse: "I am very worried that my daughter has not menstruated." The most appropriate immediate question by the nurse would be which of the following questions?

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Question 2.

The nurse must assess clients suspected of having bulimia nervosa to learn about the client's eating patterns and which compensatory method the client uses for dealing with negative feelings associated with the binge eating. The nurse keeps in mind that the compensatory method used most often by individuals who have bulimia nervosa is which of the following methods?

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Question 3.
When answering questions about the cause of eating disorders, the nurse will discuss the likelihood of multiple factors involved in causation. The nurse will talk about a biological influence because of which of the following reported research findings


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Question 4.
When working with families of clients with anorexia nervosa, as well as the clients themselves, the nurse will most often find which of the following types of behavior?


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Question 5.
The nurse is planning activities for the period right after lunch for a client who has a diagnosis of bulimia anorexia. Which of the following activities would be best?


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Question 6.
If you were the nurse working in a college health center and you wanted to assess the history of symptoms of a student with anorexia nervosa, which of the following sources of information would you believe to be most accurate?


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Question 7.

The father of an adolescent hospitalized with anorexia ervosa, has heard that children can die from complications of this disorder. He asks the nurse, "What percentage of children die from this disorder?" The answer that best matches what is currently published as the mortality rate for this disorder would be which of the following percentages?

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Question 8.
The nurse working in an endocrine outpatient clinic is assessing a client who has metabolic syndrome. When assessing this client and reviewing the client's laboratory reports and recent health records, which of the following would the nurse most likely find?


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Question 9.
You would evaluate that the client with an eating disorder had met the Outcome goals if you found which of the following things to be true?


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Question 10.
The incidence of males with eating disorders is about 10% and is often related to sports participation.


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