Prometric DHA HAAD Mock Test - 10
1. 
Which of the following is the drug of choice for treatment of rheumatic fever:

2. 
What disease is associated with a Vitamin C deficiency?

3. 
A 59 year old woman is diagnosed with Hemolyticanemia. What foods would be recommended for her to eat:

4. 
Which nursing diagnosis takes priority for a newly diagnosed patient with a left- sided stroke?

5. 
When caring for a patient with left-sided homonymous hemianopsia resulting from a stroke, which intervention should the nurse include in the plan of care during the acute period of the stroke?

6. 
A patient has a blood glucose level of 60mg/dl. The patient is to receive 15 g of carbohydrate if the blood glucose is less than 70mg/dl. How many mls of orange juice should the patient receive?

7. 
A patient is scheduled for a pneumonectomy in the morning. Which of the following diagnosis is the MOST likely indication for this type of surgery?

8. 
The nurse is caring for a patient with a deep vein thrombosis (DVT). The patient’s heparin sodium infusion has been discontinued and the patient is receiving prescribed warfarin sodium (Coumadin) The nurse should advise the patient that which of the following needs to be continued?

9. 
A patient receiving a total parenteral nutrition through a central line suddenly has difficulty breathing and is restless. Chest auscultation reveals a heart murmur. What is the most appropriate initial nursing action? Blood pressure 90/60 mmhg Heart rate 120/min Respiratory rate 22/min Temperature 37.1 C Oxygen saturation 90% on room air

10. 
A 16 year- old boy fractured his right tibia and fibula during a football match. Eight weeks later, the fractures were successfully healed and the cast was Which range- of- motion exercises would be most beneficial?

11. 
A 65 year- old woman who was diagnosed with hypothyroidism at the age of 45 is brought to the clinic by ambulance. On arrival, she had a severely decreased level of consciousness. Her breathing is shallow and irregular. The skin is cool, dry and pale. There is generalized non- pitting edema of all Blood pressure 70/40 mmhg Heart rate 60/min Respiratory rate 12/ min Body temperature 35.5 C tympanic What is the most appropriate method to re-warm this patient?

12. 
The physician ordered a blood glucose test for the neonates the nurse knows the best site to puncture is usually:

13. 
The nurse is teaching a patient who was recently diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis affecting the hands. Which of the following treatment should the nurse discuss with the patient at this time?

14. 
A 34 year- old quadriplegia patient resides at home with his wife. In order to prevent contractures of all extremities, the community care nurse will instruct the patient’s wife in performance of:

15. 
A six years- old patient has presented to the clinic with fever, malaise, and anorexia. The patient was treated 2 weeks ago for a streptococcal infection of the throat. The nurse should expect the physician to order what test?

16. 
A 40 year- old woman presented with right hip pain. Palpation of the pelvic girdle is normal. An X- ray shows bone deformities, with osteolytic lesions and bone enlargement. The patient has not suffered any trauma and has been generally healthy. Which serum laboratory analysis would be most useful?

17. 
A client complains of itching about 20 minutes after he began his blood infusion, which of the following is the best nursing action his caring nurse must take:

18. 
A 32 year- old woman with diabetes mellitus type 1 underwent a cholecystectomy and is now on day two of The patient’s bowel sounds have returned and she has resumed a normal diet but has been finishing less than half of each meal on the tray. The nurse enters the room to perform a routine assessment and finds the patient confused and shaky Blood pressure 110/60 mmhg Heart rate 96/min Respiratory rate 22/min Temperature 37.0 C oral What is the most appropriate initial intervention?

19. 
A 32 year- old woman with diabetes mellitus type 1 underwent a cholecystectomy and is now on day two of The patient’s bowel sounds have returned and she has resumed a normal diet but has been finishing less than half of each meal on the tray. The nurse enters the room to perform a routine assessment and finds the patient confused and shaky Blood pressure 110/60 mmhg Heart rate 96/min Respiratory rate 22/min Temperature 37.0 C oral What is the most appropriate initial intervention?

20. 
A Cancer patient wants to stop chemotherapy and change to palliative care, this situation indicates which psychological status:

21. 
What do we call the type of treatment of terminal illness patients?

22. 
Psychiatric patient appear violent for himself and others was put in the room alone during the period of exacerbation, then patient calm down and informed the nurse I am ok now let me with others, but the nurse refused that as a punishment way. At which underline Label will nurse accused under the court:

23. 
Which of the following actions is the first priority of care for a client exhibiting signs and symptoms of coronary artery disease?

24. 
What is the first intervention for a client experiencing MI?

25. 
A patient complains of stable angina presented with chest pain. The physician ordered Nitroglycerine tablet sublingual. The nurse knows that the right dose to give the patient is:

26. 
Cancer patient during the shift and he surrounded by visitor and laughing loudly before the shift end patient call the nurse and asked for pain medication and said that his level of pain 8/10 (sever pain) patient appears not on pain, what is the best intervention for this situation:

27. 
A patient with pain was prescribed Ibuprofen 300 mg q 4 hours PRN and morphine 5mg q 4 hours PRN. After 2 hours of receiving Ibuprofen the patient still complaining of pain, what is the best intervention:

28. 
Which instruction should a nurse give the parents of an infant undergoing cleft lip repair?

29. 
Patient with abdominal incision, seven days postoperatively the patient has pain at the site of incision which increased by walking and the incision appear red and there’s pus surrounding the incision site. This may indicate which of the following:

30. 
A pre schooler is admitted to the hospital the day before scheduled surgery. This is the child’s first hospitalization. Which action will best help reduce the child’s anxiety about the upcoming surgery:

31. 
Which teaching aid provided by the nurse is developmentally appropriate for a preschooler who is about to have a bone marrow puncture:

32. 
A nurse is caring for an infant with spina Which assessment findings suggest hydrocephalus?

33. 
Parents of a new born with a unilateral cleft lip are concerned about having the defect repaired. The nurse explains that a child with a cleft lip usually undergoes surgical repair:

34. 
The hepatitis B vaccine series should begin at what age:

35. 
A school age client admitted to the hospital because of decreased urine output and per-orbital edema and diagnosed with glomerulonephritis. Which of the following interventions would receive the highest priority:

36. 
The nurse is caring for a client with renal failure who is being treated with peritoneal dialysis. Which assessment before and after peritoneal dialysis is most valuable in evaluating the outcome of treatment:

37. 
Which finding provides the best evidence that peritoneal dialysis is achieving a therapeutic effect:

38. 
When the nurse is advising the client about the potential complications associated with peritoneal dialysis, which complication is most important to include:

39. 
A client receiving hemodialysis treatment arrives at the hospital. He complains of shortness of breath, and pedal edema is noted. His last hemodialysis treatment was yesterday. Blood pressure 200/100 Heart rate 110/min Respiratory rate 36/m Oxygen saturation 89% on room air Which of the following interventions should be done first?

40. 
Changes in personality and judgment are often associated with a lesion in which of the following:

41. 
Anterior lobe of the brain is responsible for which of the following:

42. 
A history of smoking, abnormal permanent enlargement of the alveoli, cough, and dyspnea suggest:

43. 
Which of the following is the end of the first stage of labor:

44. 
During the latent phase of the first stage of labor, how often should the nurse plan to assess the fetal heart rate?

45. 
The nurse explains that oxytocin (Pitocin) is given after delivery of the baby and placenta for which purpose:

46. 
A nurse in the delivery room is assisting with the deliveryof a newborn infant. After the delivery of the newborn, the nurse assists in delivering the placenta. Which observation would indicate that the placenta has separated from the uterine wall and is ready for delivery:

47. 
Which vitamin deficiency increase the risk of neural tube defects:

48. 
A client has been diagnosed with folic acid deficiency. The nurse’s discharge teaching will focus on foods high in folic acid. Which of the following foods has the highest folic acid level:

49. 
Which of the following is the recommended daily dose of folic acid during pregnancy:

50. 
Lochia normally disappears after how many days postpartum:

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