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NCLEX-PN Review Questions



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Question 1.
A nurse is caring for a child who has a superficial burn. The nurse should recognize that which of the following is the expected predominant manifestation of a superficial burn in a child?


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Question 2.
A child has suffered a partial-thickness second-degree burn injury of the face and neck. Which of the following is crucial for the nurse to monitor?


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Question 3.
A nurse is caring for a client who suffered an electrical burn injury from household current. What is the best method to measure the total body surface affected by the burn?


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Question 4.
A nurse should assess a client with a burn injury for ineffective thermoregulation, which occurs primarily as a result of which of the following?


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Question 5.
The nurse is aware that a client experiencing septic shock normally undergoes two phases of signs and systems. Which of the following indicates phase one?


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Question 6.
A nurse who is caring for a burn client has an oxygen saturation of below 82%. What should be the desired oxygen saturation of a client suffering with burns?


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Question 7.
The nurse is caring for a client with severe amount of fluid loss due to a fall. Which of the following type of shock is the client experiencing?


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Question 8.
A client is brought to the EC with partial-thickness burns on the face and neck that resulted from an explosion in an auto garage. The nurse is aware besides maintaining an airway, which of the following is critical in the care of this patient?


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Question 9.
A client was brought to the emergency department after experiencing a blow to the head from a car crash. Which of the following can result from receiving a trauma to the head?


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Question 10.
When a verbal telephone consent is obtained, one nurse must document it in the chart.


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