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NCLEX Multiple Choice Questions

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Question 1.
While conducting a health history, the client tells the nurse that he does not practice any particular religion but believes and feels connected with a greater power. Which of the following is this client describing?

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Question 2.
During the examination of a client in the clinic, the nurse learns the client practices bhakti yoga. Which religious group has its roots in this type of yoga?

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Question 3.
During the lunch break the nurse observes a male staff member rinse himself with water and then place a small rug on the floor in the employee lounge. He proceeds to get down on the floor on top of the rug and pray. Which religion is this male staff member practicing?

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Question 4.
A Jewish client dies from a fatal heart attack at 10 am on a Saturday morning. Which of the following individuals can move this client from the intensive care unit to the morgue?

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Question 5.
The nurse assists in the delivery of a 28 week premature infant. Although born alive, death is imminent. The baby's parents are Orthodox Christians. What can this nurse do to prepare the infant for death?

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Question 6.
The nurse is preparing a client for a surgical procedure. The client is refusing to remove a special white garment because it will safeguard against any danger. Which religious group is this client a member?

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Question 7.
The nurse observes a client who is deep in prayer. During the observation, the nurse hears the client speak words that are incomprehensible and is concerned the client is experiencing a stroke or other neurologic event. What might this client be demonstrating?

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Question 8.
During a casual conversation, one nurse explains that she does not believe in God but rather practices the belief of "doing no harm." Which of the following ethical principles is this nurse describing?

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Question 9.
During the assessment process the nurse hears the client blame God for the illness. What type of religious influence is this client's statement an example?

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Question 10.
While planning care, the nurse offers the client a form of treatment to assist with recovering from an illness. The client refuses the treatment because it is "against his religion." What should the nurse do to assist this client?

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