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NCLEX® Review Questions

This activity contains 10 questions.

Question 1.
Risk factors that increase the risk of the individual with serious mental illness being affected by human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)/acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) include (select all that apply):

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Question 2.
The neuropsychiatric changes observed in HIV are a result of (select all that apply):

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Question 3.
A priority nursing diagnosis for the client with HIV-related dementia is:

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Question 4.
The cognitive changes associated with HIV-related dementia include:

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Question 5.
The nurse is interacting with a client with HIV-related dementia. Appropriate communication techniques include:

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Question 6.
A nurse is instructing a group of teenagers about high-risk sexual behaviors. The nurse recognizes that a student did not understand the concepts when the student states:

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Question 7.
The purpose of a harm reduction approach to HIV risk reduction education is to:

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Question 8.
Which of the following is not a high-risk factor for dysfunctional bereavement for survivors of people with AIDS (SOPWAs)?

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Question 9.
Which of the following statements by the nursing student indicates a need for additional education on how to care for the client who has both HIV/AIDS and a psychiatric disorder?

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Question 10.

A client with depression and AIDS is prescribed acyclovir, zidovudine, and isoniazid. The client reports that he has insomnia and disturbing nightmares each night. The nurse observes that the client is agitated, confused, and anxious. The nurse suspects the client’s symptoms are related to:
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