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NCLEX RN® Review



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Question 1.
The nurse is reviewing the lab tests of four prenatal clients. Which lab finding would support the diagnosis of hyperemesis gravidarum?


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Question 2.
A prenatal client is receiving home care for severe hyperemesis gravidarum. If the client does not respond to standard treatment, the nurse will anticipate adding which of the following therapies on an outpatient basis?


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Question 3.
A client at 30 weeks gestation is admitted to the maternity unit with vaginal bleeding. What should be the nurse's initial nursing action?


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Question 4.
A client at 36 weeks gestation is admitted to the labor and birth unit. Her chief complaint is abdominal cramping with a sudden gush of clear fluid. What is the priority nursing diagnosis for this prenatal client?


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Question 5.
A prenatal client at 16 weeks gestation presents to the clinic with unexplained, bright red bleeding, cramping, and backache, which she has had for the past two days. A pelvic exam reveals a closed cervix. What type of abortion does this indicate?


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Question 6.
The client asks for information about ectopic pregnancy. The nurse correctly responds by saying ectopic pregnancy is caused by which of the following? Select all that apply.


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Question 7.
A client presents to the physician's office with complaints of right-sided abdominal pain, dizziness, and vaginal bleeding. A pelvic exam determines the client to be 10 weeks gestation with adnexal tenderness. What diagnosis should the nurse suspect?


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Question 8.
A client at 15 weeks gestation presents to the prenatal clinic with "prune juice"-like vaginal bleeding. Other assessment data include a hematocrit of 10 and complaints of severe nausea and vomiting. What diagnosis should the nurse suspect?


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Question 9.
Your client in her fourth month of her pregnancy is suspected to have an incompetent cervix. Which of the following diagnostic measures might the nurse expect to be ordered to confirm the diagnosis? Select all that apply.


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Question 10.
A prenatal nurse is assessing a client at 34 weeks gestation who complains of watery vaginal discharge. What should be the nurse's initial action?


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